8 thoughts on “ 5. Valse De Chopin - Arnold Schoenberg / Stravinsky* - Pierrot Lunaire / Dumbarton Oaks (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Jan 13,  · Igor Stravinsky and Arnold Schoenberg: towering geniuses of classical music, pitted against each other by critics and professors as the two great rivals of the early 20th-century. But take away Arnold’s filter-tips and Igor’s pince-nez, toss them in a metal cage, and let’s see who’s the last man standing—the dour Austrian professor who emancipated dissonance,.
  2. 5. Valse de Chopin 6. Madonna 7. Der kranke Mond Part Two 1. Nacht (Passacaglia) 2. Gebet an Pierrot 3. Raub (Theft) 4. Rote Messe 5. Galgenlied 6. Enthauptung (Beheading) 7. Die Kreuze Part Three 1. Heimweh 2. Gemeinheit! 3. Parodie 4. Der Mondfleck 5. Serenade 6. .
  3. Dec 02,  · Arnold Schoenberg's Piano Concerto, Op. 42, was the composer's first work since the Violin Concerto, Op. 36 to employ his "method of composing with .
  4. This CD contains very finely executed performances and interpretations of all of Chopin's waltzes - a complete selection including all the posth. works for a total of 19 waltzes, plus Frederic Monpou's ( ) Valse-Evocation (Variations on a theme of Chopin 57) included as a closing homage to Chopin as a final echo/5(46).
  5. Pierrot lunaire, Op. 21 () (reciter with 5 instruments) "Petrarch-Sonnet" from Serenade, Op. 24 (/23) (bass with 7 instruments) 4 Deutsche Volkslieder [4 German folksongs] () Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte for voice, piano and string quartet, Op. 41 (). Based on Lord Byron's poem of the same name. 3 Songs, Op. 48 () Canons.
  6. H SCHOENBERG: 5 Pieces for Orchestra, Op IS/WEBERN: Cantata No 1, Op 29/STRAVINSKY: Dumbarton Oaks Cto for Ch Orch H WERNER: The Curious Musical-Instrument Calendar H MOZART: Serenade No 4, K. /3 Marches, K.
  7. Chopin* / Rubinstein* ‎– Chopin: Valses, Impromptus Label: RCA Red Seal ‎– , Sony Classical ‎– , Sony Music ‎– , RCA Victor Red Seal ‎– LSC

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