String Trio Op. 45 : Six Little Piano Pieces Op. 19 : Woodwind Quintet Op. 26

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Title: String Trio Op. 45 : Six Little Piano Pieces Op. 19 : Woodwind Quintet Op. 26
Otros títulos: Trío de Cuerdas Op. 45 : Seis Piezas pequeñas para Piano Op. 19 : Quinteto de Vientos Op. 26
Intérprete/ Colaborador: Arnold Schoenberg; Janneke van der Meer; Wim de Jong; Henk Guittart; Viola de Hoog; Schoenberg Quartet; Susan Narucki; Jan Erik van Regteren Altena; Taco Kooistra; Sepp Grotenhuis; Michael Grandage; Arnhem Philharmonic Orchestra; Roberto Benzi
Código CDU: Scho.03
Forma Musical: String Trios, String Quintets (Violins (2), Viola, Violoncellos (2)), String Sextets (Violins (2), Violas (2), Violoncellos (2))
Abstract: Arnold Schoenberg remains one of the most controversial figures in the history of music. From the final years of the nineteenth century to the period following the World War II, Schoenberg produced music of great stylistic diversity, inspiring fanatical devotion from students, admiration from peers like Mahler, Strauss, and Busoni, riotous anger from conservative Viennese audiences, and unmitigated hatred from his many detractors. Born in Vienna on 13 September 1874, into a family that was not particularly musical, Schoenberg was largely self-taught as a musician. An amateur cellist, he demonstrated from early age a particular aptitude for composition. He received rudimentary instruction in harmony and counterpoint from Oskar Adler and studied composition briefly with Alexander Zemlinsky, his eventual brother-in-law. Early in his career, Schoenberg took jobs orchestrating operettas, but most of his life was spent teaching, both privately and at various institutions, and composing. His ...


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1. String Trio Op. 45 (1946) - Part 1.mp3 1:56 2.655Mb Unknown mp3
2. String Trio Op. 45 (1946) - First Episode.mp3 5:30 7.546Mb Unknown mp3
3. String Trio Op. 45 (1946) - Part 2.mp3 3:32 4.844Mb Unknown mp3
4. String Trio Op. 45 (1946) - Second Episode.mp3 2:51 3.925Mb Unknown mp3
5. String Trio Op. 45 (1946) - Part 3.mp3 5:30 7.548Mb Unknown mp3
6. Six Little P ... (1911) - I Leicht zart.mp3 1:34 2.143Mb Unknown mp3
7. Six Little P ... 19 (1911) - II Langsam.mp3 49 1.133Mb Unknown mp3
8. Six Little P ... Sehr langsame Viertel.mp3 59 1.362Mb Unknown mp3
9. Six Little P ... - IV Rasch aber leicht.mp3 28 658.8Kb Unknown mp3
10. Six Little ... (1911) - V Etwas rasch.mp3 40 931.5Kb Unknown mp3
11. Six Little ... 911) - VI Sehr langsam.mp3 1:00 1.371Mb Unknown mp3
12. Quintet for ... 923-4) - I Schwungvoll.mp3 11:53 16.30Mb Unknown mp3
13. Quintet for ... und heiter scherzando.mp3 9:26 12.93Mb Unknown mp3
14. Quintet for ... as langsam Poco adagio.mp3 9:40 13.25Mb Unknown mp3
15. Quintet for ... 26 (1923-4) - IV Rondo.mp3 8:49 12.10Mb Unknown mp3
String Trio Op. 45 (1946) - Completo.wav 19:08 193.1Mb WAV audio wav
Six Little Pian ... 19 (1911) - Completo.wav 5:16 53.19Mb WAV audio wav
Quintet for Flu ... 26 (1923-4) - Completo.wav 39:40 400.3Mb WAV audio wav

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