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    OK, after a week of Schoenberg SQ4 performances I've gotta say I really enjoyed this one far more than I thought I would. I can happily say that there were no poor recordings of this quartet and the majority were very good or better but there were a few that really stood out. Although I'm going...
  2. Classical Music Discussion
    Don't blame Schoenberg, he leed the way to need paralel the classical Wagnerism and American Jazz,also an art-school oddities maker,there are quite remarkable Le Pierrot Lunaire Opus.27 I.e is just one exemple, this man complete achievement. I say to Wagner fans listen to mister Schonberg, I say...
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    How Bizzaro bizarre, but this is obvious, everyone prefers the Guerrelieder and Le Pierrot Lunaire, but I really like six orchestral songs very much and Herzgewachse opus.20 is not to be miss, these are crucial Schoenberg or Schonberg works if you disagree you probably lie a bit, to contradicted...
  4. Classical Music Discussion
    Hi guys, Perhaps no other composer is more demanding of his listeners than Arnold Schoenberg. For those among us that have given interest in his music, it becomes evident that a certain conscious effort must be made in order to endure the performance, even when done by remarkable musicians, and...
  5. Classical Music Discussion
    I confessed & admited, at first i did not like Lee pierrot Lunaire opus.27, now it's one of my favorite schonberg works, this is quantum physic, a hard to swallow mix of conceptual theatrical dark jazz operatic symbiosis.Now im thinking of buying an Lp of 1951 conducted by Arnold Schonberg, i...
  6. Classical Music Discussion Polls
    This is a place to discuss the Second Viennese School, particularly lesser-known members and their merits as composers living under the relative shadow of the "big three". I've also added a poll just for fun, because I know how much everybody loves those...
  7. Classical Music Discussion
    First one: Stravinsky: The Soldier's Tale Second: Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire
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    Did mister Schoenberg done some chamber symphony ,our orchestral song non released or bootleg. Schoenberg remain the classical composer that is uttermost emotional and human. One of my two favorite Herzgewaschse, quit a mysterious piece whit sutch climax and i like Die gluckeliche hand. among...
  9. Orchestral Music
    Can anyone help with recommendations for Schoenberg recordings? It can be orchestral music, but also his vocal compositions. What are your favourite Schoenberg recordings? Thank you for help and recommendations :)
  10. Classical Music Discussion
    What is Schoenberg evil twin, did his music had any impact on the younger generation of modern classical composer like neo-serrialist or semi serrialist His Schoenberg a singular case in the 20th century beside his pupil Webern and Berg.Any classical composer outside germany worship arnold...
  11. Classical Music Discussion
    Any recommendations on Schoenberg music?
  12. Classical Music Discussion Polls
    Who do you pick, my friends? Stravinsky? Schoenberg? Sergi Prokofiev?
  13. Classical Music Discussion
    Well, after his sufficiently fantastic performance of Hosokawa's Horn Concerto and pretty decent Bruckner Ninth, I have decided to investigate and listen to his "legacy": [No Gramophone or British sources' citations.] He's conducted Brahms, Beethoven, Bruckner, Mahler, Hosokawa [^^]...
  14. Orchestral Music
    A continuation of the Saturday Symphonies Tradition: Welcome to another weekend of symphonic listening! For your listening pleasure this weekend: Arnold Schoenberg (1874 - 1951) Chamber Symphony #2 in E-flat minor, Op. 38 1. Adagio 2. Con fuoco --------------------- Post what recording...
  15. Solo & Chamber Music
    Any fav recordings for all those lovely Schoenberg string quartets? ITunes preferred.
  16. Classical Music Discussion
    This is a hard question to answer since i heard more of Schoenberg's work and very little of Anton Webern. Sometime Schoenberg annoy me but Webern captivated me instantly, The ambience of passacaglia is dramatic and very grim. When i think of Webern it feel like he was trapped in a regime an...
  17. Classical Music Discussion
    Ockay before in the past i did not like Schoenberg at all except for his chamber orchestra vol 1-2. I had countless lisen to la nuit transfigure but the result was unfructueous, meaning i simply could'aint follow or understand the masterpiece.. i had to be in the right mood.... Until a night i...
  18. News, Concerts and Events
    [That "Schoeberg" may compute better as 'Schoenberg'] On 9 April 2015 Heras-Cassado and the San Francisco Symphony gave a concert - which was broadcast. Among the works presented were: Adams: Chamber Symphony Schoenberg: Chamber Symphony No. 1 The Adams work is lighthearted, imaginative, and...
  19. Classical Music Discussion
    Okay, so the forum is probably long overflowing with this most hackneyed of subjects. "Modern music" :rolleyes: "Do you enjoy it; Is this stuff even music?! Were you bewitched by these snotty academics and tricked into liking this nonsensical twaddle?" - and so on and so forth. Understood. But...
  20. Classical Music Discussion
    Here's how I'm beginning to sum-up Schoenberg: he was a consummate craftsman, and a traditionalist who understood tonality totally. Then he wanted to get more abstract (letters to Kandinsky), by using 'Brahmsian' motives and angular, expressionistic 'themes' and melodies, as this 'ugly,'...
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