Includes String Quartet No. 3 by Berg; Three Pieces for String Quartet by Stravinsky; and Five Pieces for String Quartet by Webern. Reprinted from various editions.
Contents: String Quartet No. 2 in F sharp minor with soprano, Op. 10, by Schoenberg -- 6 Bagatelles, Op. 9, by Webern -- Lyric Suite, by Berg. Performed by the Quatuor Diotima. With Sandrine Piau, soprano; and Marie-Nicole Lemieux, contralto.
Saxophonist O'Gallagher remakes the music of Webern for his seven-piece jazz ensemble.
This biography will be an aid to those seeking a better understanding and enjoyment of Webern's music. As in all Phaidon biographies, the number and quality of the illustrations is exceptional. Classified list of works, bibliography, discography, index.
An opera based on the 194 killing of Webern by American soldiers. With Kevin Short -- Eric McConnell -- Chris O'Connor -- Tony Boutté -- Zaray Rodriguez -- Mia Rojas -- Ana Collado -- Adam Cahill -- Mario Almonte -- Jeffrey Williams -- Maria Fenty Denison -- Carl DuPont -- Esther Jane Hardenbergh --…
Pierre Boulez, Berlin Philharmonic.
Webern's lyricism & other techniques not usually associated with Webern are studied. Previously unpublished entries from Webern's diaries. All the row tables for his twelve-tone music. Comprehensive bibliography. 7 illustrations
A recording by the Cuarteto Quiroga. Schoenberg: String Quartet in D major. Berg: String Quartet, Op. 3. Webern: Sechs Bagatellen, Op. 9 -- Rondo.
Composer and lecturer in music Julian Johnson studies Webern's works in relation to nature in order to explain "the way a society constructs an idea of nature and the role that art and music may have in the articulation of that idea." Music ex, vocal texts, appendices, notes, bibliography, index.
The Belcea Quartet plays music of the Second Viennese School.
A book and CD set. Berg: Piano Sonata. Schoenberg: Klavierstücke Op. 11, 19, 23, 25 and 33. Webern: Variationen.
Contents: Form / Stefan Wolpe -- Piano / Morton Feldman -- Form IV, Broken Sequences / Wolpe -- Variations, Op. 27 / Anton Webern -- Palais de Mari / Feldman.
This volume contains information on primary source, materials, biographies of Webern, writings about his works, and more. Also includes lists of websites, videos, and other media. With a preface and indices.
Studies about Mahler's performance markings, Stravinsky's law study, Webern's Rilke songs, Frank Martin's violin concerto sketches. Albi Rosenthal on facsi- mile as sources of mistakes. Appendix: Paul Sacher and 20th-century music. Music examples, facsimiles.
Schubert composed these dances in 1824. Webern's arrangement was created in 1931, and calls for two flutes, two oboes, two clarinets, two bassoons, two horns, and strings. Duration ca. 9 minutes.
On Webern's opus 14.
Schleiermacher performs piano music by Webern, as well as music by Eisler, Spinner, Herscovici and Wolpe.
This is a study of the works of Schoenberg, Berg and Webern, the artistic milieu that produced them, and the influence that they exerted upon musical culture.
A close examination of Webern's Piano Variations, considered to be one of the key works of the 20th century. With a preface, bibliography and index. Many music examples. 10 figures. 4 graphs.