Arnold Schönberg - Prague Piano Duo - Five Pieces Op. 16, Chamber Symphonies album flac
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FIVE PIECES, O. 6 (1906), two pianos score by Anton von Webern (1913) CHAMBER SYMPHONY n., O. (1906), arranged for piano, four hands CHAMBER SYMPHONY n. o. 8b, original version for two pianos by Arnold Schömberg PRAGUE PIANO DUO Zdeňka and Martin HRŠEL PRD 250 11. Arnold SCHOENBERG : CHAMBER SYMPHONIES Nos 1 &. FIVE PIECES O. 6 - Prague Piano Duo. In stock.
Viisi orkesterikappaletta; Cinq pièces pour orchestre; Five Pieces for Orchestra; 5つの管弦楽曲 (シェーンベルク); Cinco piezas para orquesta; П'ять п'єс для оркестру; Пять пьес для оркестра. Viisi kappaletta orkesterille; Cinco piezas para orquesta (Schonberg); Fünf Orchesterstücke Op. 16. Authorities. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IAS 26. v'ts/Sec's. Vorgefühle", Sehr rasch. Vergangenes", Mäßige Viertel. Scores featuring the piano. Pages with arrangements.
Although both the O. Chamber Symphony and Five Orchestral Pieces O. 6 broke new ground not only in Schoenberg’s own output but the fastdeveloping history of orchestral music around the turn of the 20th century, piano duet arrangements of such works were still regarded as obligatory, as they had been for Brahms.
Chamber Symphony No. 1, Op. 9 (four-hands piano version by Alban Berg) Five orchestral pieces, Op. 16 (two pianos version by Anton Webern) Chamber Symphony No. 2, Op. 38b (two pianos version by Arnold Schoenberg). Performers: Piano Duo Matteo Fossi, piano Marco Gaggini, piano. Recording: January 2016, Piano&Forte Studio, Perugia, Italy. -+-+ Download from free file storage.
5 Pieces for Orchestra, Op. 16: I. Vorgefühle. 3. 5 Pieces for Orchestra, Op. 16: II. Vergangenes. 4. 16: III. Farben. 5. 16: IV. Peripetie. 6. 16: V. Das obligate Rezitativ. More Arnold Schoenberg. Listen to Schoenberg Chamber Symphonies, Five Pieces, Op. 16 now. 16 in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Arnold Schönberg in Payerbach, 1903. Arnold Schoenberg was born into a lower middle-class Jewish family in the Leopoldstadt district (in earlier times a Jewish ghetto) of Vienna, at "Obere Donaustraße 5". His father Samuel, a native of Pressburg (now Bratislava), was a shoe-shopkeeper, and his mother Pauline Schoenberg (née Nachod), a native of Prague, was a piano teacher (Helm 2006–2017). Featuring hexachordal combinatoriality between its primary forms, P1 and I6, Schoenberg's Piano Piece, Op. 33a tone row Play (help·info) contains three perfect fifths, which is the relation between P1 and I6, and a source of contrast between "accumulations of 5ths" and "generally more complex simultaneity" (Leeuw 2005, 155–57). Chamber Symphony No. 9. Five Pieces for Orchestra, Op. Variations for Orchestra, Op. 31. 38. Concertante.
Soprano Phyllis Bryn-Julson succeeds brilliantly in the free-form and often difficult-to-follow Erwartung, Op. 17 (Angst-dream). The only thing that could make this set a better choice for listeners would be a more comprehensive set of liner notes that included the text for Erwartung.
Arnold Schönberg (1874-1951): Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, O. 2: 1I. Andante05:54. 2II. Molto allegro02:47. The Chicago Symphony is one of the greatest orchestras I have ever conducted, and I have had no greater glory in music than I have experienced here.
|Five Pieces Op. 16||15:57|
|1||I Vorgefühle (Sehr Rasch)/Premonitions||2:02|
|2||II Vergangen (Mäßige Viertel - Viertel Etwas Langsamer)/The Past||4:43|
|3||III Farben (Mäßige Viertel)/Chord-Colours||2:46|
|4||IV Peripetie (Sehr Rasch)/Peripetia||2:28|
|5||V Das Obligate Rezitativ (Bewegte Achtel)/The Obbligato Recitative||3:42|
|6||Chamber Symphony No. 1 Op. 9||23:35|
|Chamber Symphony No. 2 Op. 38b||18:51|
|8||II Con Fuoco - Molto Adagio - Largo||11:47|
- Arranged By [Reduction For Two Pianos] – Anton von Webern* (tracks: 1 to 5)
- Composed By – Arnold Schönberg*
- Edited By – Karel Soukeník
- Engineer – Václav Roubal
- Ensemble – Prague Piano Duo
- Liner Notes – Pierre-E. Barbier*
- Liner Notes [English Translation] – John Tyler Tuttle
- Liner Notes [German Translation] – Prof. Jean Isler*
- Piano – Martin Hršel, Zdeňka Hršel*
- Producer – Jaroslav Rybár*
NotesRecorded Prague 4&7/1998
World première recording of tracks 1 to 5
Made in Germany by Sonopress
℗ 1998 AMC Paris
© 1998 Praga Productions
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- Barcode: 794881 453627
- Matrix / Runout: V-6951/ PRD250119 A
- Other (SID Mould Code): IFPI 0776
- Other (Rights Societies): SACEM, SDRM
- Other (Spars Code): DDD