Arnold Schoenberg

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United States composer and musical theorist (born in Austria) who developed atonal composition (1874-1951)

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Unless specified otherwise, all references to Schoenberg's works: Arnold Schoenberg, Samtliche Werke (Mainz: Schott, 1966-).
Arnold Schoenberg was born in Vienna to a shopkeeper father and a mother who came from a family of chazzanim.
3) was displayed in Amsterdam alongside a headset playing music by Arnold Schoenberg.
The celebration of the John Cage centennial in 2012 will certainly owe a debt to Cage's mentor, Arnold Schoenberg, one of the most influential innovators of modern music.
Musical functionalism; the musical thoughts of Arnold Schoenberg and Paul Hindemith.
Y el extraordinario y poco manido programa musical con el que lo hizo, bajo la batuta de su director asociado, el ahora mismo muy activo Jose Arean (su reciente trabajo al frente de la Orquesta del Teatro de Bellas Artes con Le fille du regiment de Donizetti fue mas que decoroso), ha estado a la altura de las circunstancias: la Fantasia Sinfonica sobre la opera La mujer sin sombra de Richard Strauss (1864-1949), el ciclo de canciones Kindertotenlieder de Gustav Mahler (1864-1911) y la Transcripcion (Orquestal de Arnold Schoenberg 1874-1951) del Cuarteto para piano y cuerdas en Sol menor (Opus 25) de Johannes Brahms (1833-1897).
An unlikely choice, at first consideration, would be the 18th century's Georg Frideric Handel and the 20th century's Arnold Schoenberg.
When Gershwin died two years after "Porgy and Bess" premiered, Arnold Schoenberg wrote: "Directness of his kind is only given to great men, and there is no doubt he was a great composer.
hile traditional classical music follows strict patterns and formula that allow the brain to make sense of the sound, modern symphonies by composers such as Arnold Schoenberg and Anton Webern simply confuse listeners' brains, the book by Philip Ball claims.
Randol Schoenberg is the grandson of Arnold Schoenberg and Eric Zeisl, Jewish composers who lived in Vienna at a time when Wagner's views - that Jews could not be great artists unless they abandoned their Jewish roots - were influential.
If there is one composer born in the 19th century whose name still strikes dread into the heart of the average concertgoer, it is surely Arnold Schoenberg.
El Coro de Camara de la Universidad del Sarre, Alemania, interpretaria obras de compositores contemporaneos de diversas nacionalidades, entre ellas Mi amor querido, Alumbranos querido sol y Mayo llega con alegrias, de Arnold Schoenberg (Austria 1874-1951); pasajes de Catulli Carmina, de Carl Orff (1895-1982), Noche y Manana, de Gyorgy Ligeti (Hungria, 1923-2006), asi como Estro I y II, de Manuel de Elias (Mexico, 1939).
Rather than present composers in biographical blocks, Ross has them come and go in the passing parade, turning up in different chapters and settings: Igor Stravinsky in Paris and later in America, Arnold Schoenberg in Vienna and America.
Walter Frisch is one of the foremost musicologists of nineteenth- and twentieth-century music, author of both specialized and general studies of, principally, Johannes Brahms, Arnold Schoenberg, and Franz Schubert.
The program brought the music of Alexander von Zemlinsky, brother-in-law of Arnold Schoenberg, into the public eye.