Zemlinsky's first quartet is in four movements, and in late romantic style. Reprint edition. Parts are available separately.
Following his English edition of Alma Mahler-Werfel's "Diaries 1898-1902," Antony Beaumont presents both the first comprehensive biography of the composer and conductor Alexander Zemlinsky and a critical assessment of his works. With several b&w plates, numerous music examples, appendices, index.
Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel. Zemlinsky: Die Seejungfrau. Emmanuel Krivine conducts Orchestre Philharmonique de Luxembourg.
…Part II: Prague and the Zemlinsky Era. Part III: Berlin and the Aftermath. With a preface, chronology, afterword by James Conlon, list of works, discography by Jerome F. Weber, bibliography, and index. With black & white photos. The first biography of Zemlinsky intended for general audiences.
This edition contains the piano parts only for Zemlinsky's piano duet arrangement of the orchestral part of The Creation. No vocal parts are included.
Contents: Piano Trio, Op. 3 / Zemlinsky -- Piano Trio, Op. 33 / Goldmark -- Piano Trio, Op. 49b / Gal. With Thomas Albertus Irnberger, violin; Attilia Kiyoko Cernitori, cello; and Evgueni Sinaiski, piano.
Contents: Piano Trio in D Minor, Op. 3 -- 3 Nocturnes -- Piano Trio in D Major, Op. 1. Performed by The Pacific Trio.
The Phoenix Ensemble plays music from the early 20th century.
The author discusses the radical staging of several operas, while arguing that the genre of opera is unsettled by its very nature. With a preface, appendix, index, 26 plates and 11 music examples.
ZEMLINSKY: Sechs Gesänge, Op. 13 -- SCHREKER: Fünf Gesänge -- MAHLER: Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen. With the Ensemble voix Etouffees, and Camerata de Versailles.
… des 20. Jahrhunderts. This book studies the use of African musical and textual ideas in Zemlinsky's Symphonische Gesänge, and Reich's Drumming. With an introduction and bibliography. Music examples.
Zemlinsky was a key link between late romanticism and the 20th century avant garde. This book is equal parts a biography of the man and an examination of his output of songs. With an introduction, notes, bibliography, works list, indices, and musical examples.
An arrangement for one piano, four hands of Haydn's famous work. This is a reprint of the original Universal edition of this arrangement.
Also: Two Movements (1927). Performed by the Zemlinsky Quartet. SACD.
The Zemlinsky Quartet performs these works by Mendelssohn. SACD.
Two works for orchestra by Zemlinsky. James Judd conducts the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
Performed by the Prazak Quartet; Zemlinsky Quartet; violist Petr Holman; and cellist Vladimir Fortin. SACD.
The Zemlinsky Quartet finishes their cycle of the quartets of Dvorak. SACD.
Ernst sings music by Franz Schreker, Alexander Zemlinsky, Wilhelm Kienzl, and Michael Salamon.