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    I reached the end of a week's listening to Berg and this has been quite a problematic one for me as there are so many fine accounts and I liked them for many different reasons. Someone said earlier that the 4th movement is the emotional heart of this quartet. I disagree. I don't think this...
  2. Orchestral Music
    One of the most colourful, concentrated and expressive collection of related works. Interestingly, combining all the Webern's into one set would have a total duration of only about three minutes longer than the Berg.
  3. Classical Music Discussion
    This stuff is wild , kinda jazzy and random, i thought schoenberg and webern were challenging but this guys music his more so... Alban berg music fit whit the universe of philip k dick in some odd way, dont says im wierd please, it's just an opinion or a vision of his musical work.
  4. Orchestral Music
    Let's see how many of you get this right. Do not vote if you haven't heard both concertos (duh).
  5. Classical Music Discussion
    Apologies in advance - you've probably had something similar to this a few times before! I am just starting to get to know the Beethoven String Quartets, loving what I have heard (Razumovsky 3, op.32 - OK, not much thus far) and have decided that I should take the plunge and get to know the...
  6. Classical Music Discussion Polls
    Just curious, I don't expect to achieve anything here. Which of the "Second Viennese School" (Schoenberg, Webern, Berg) is your favourite? Any reason?
  7. Solo & Chamber Music
    Hello, friends I'm here to ask for your help in a research i'm making. I'm doing an psychoanalytical analysis on the mentioned work. But, although i have some good books about Berg, none seems to talk specifically about the sonata or about his earlier compositions. So, i would like to know if...
  8. Orchestral Music
    One of the most intuitive of the 2nd Viennese School, Alban Berg's music is atonal, and serial, but also contains a rhapsodic quality which ties him to the late romantics. It is a music completely relevant to the first third of the 20th century - there is longing, and anxiety. His Three Pieces...
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