Concerto pour Violon Op. 36 : Concerto pour Piano Op. 42

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Title: Concerto pour Violon Op. 36 : Concerto pour Piano Op. 42
Otros títulos: Concierto para Violín Op. 36 : Concierto para Piano Op. 42
Intérprete/ Colaborador: Arnold Schoenberg; Pierre Amoyal; Peter Serkin; London Symphony Orchestra; Pierre Boulez
Código CDU: Scho.01
Forma Musical: Concertos (Violin), Concertos (Piano)
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. Concerto for ... Poco allegro (Vivace).mp3 12:27 17.08Mb Unknown mp3
2. Concerto for ... 36 - Andante grazioso.mp3 8:54 12.21Mb Unknown mp3
3. Concerto for ... 36 - Finale (Allegro).mp3 12:19 16.88Mb Unknown mp3
4. Concerto for piano and Orchestra Op. 42.wav 21:04 212.6Mb WAV audio wav
Concerto for vi ... stra Op. 36 - Completo.wav 33:34 338.8Mb WAV audio wav

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