Arnold Schoenberg - Give Schoenberg's work a chance
Tom Service: Daniel Barenboim is determined to give Schoenberg's 'difficult' work its due during his residency at the South Bank – a battle the composer knew would be tough 80 years ago
Arnold Schoenberg
Chamber Symphony op. 9; Sinfonieorchester des Südwestfunks, conducted by Erich Leinsdorf (recorded 1984). Score available at www.universaledition.com.
Arnold Schoenberg - Pierrot Lunaire (operatic version)
Scenic version of Pierrot Lunaire by Schönberg staged by Rudolf Werthen.
Arnold Schoenberg - Pierrot Lunaire
Tempus Fugit perform Pierrot Lunaire Op. 21(1) Mondestrunken by Arnold Schönberg. Conductor: Christian Gohmer, Soprano: Karla Muñoz, Flauta: Anibal Robles Ke...
Arnold Schoenberg - Pierrot Lunaire
Tempus Fugit perform Pierrot Lunaire Op. 21(1) Mondestrunken by Arnold Schönberg. Conductor: Christian Gohmer, Soprano: Karla Muñoz, Flauta: Anibal Robles Ke...
Arnold Schoenberg - Video
Introduction to the life of Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951), Austrian composer.
Robert Eisler
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Gurre-Lieder
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Hugo Botstiber
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Egon Wellesz
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Friedrich Buxbaum
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Erwartung
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Norbert Brainin
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Georg Kreisler
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Wittgenstein's Mistress
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Stefan Zweig
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Adolfo Winternitz
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Gustav Nossal
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Hans Kronberger (physicist)
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Otto Redlich
Otto Redlich (November 4, 1896–August 14, 1978) was an Austrian physical chemist and chemical engineer who is best known for his development of equations of state like Redlich-Kwong equation. Besides ...
Martha Bernays
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Maria Altmann
Maria Altmann (February 18, 1916 – February 7, 2011) was a Jewish refugee from Nazi Austria, noted for her ultimately successful legal campaign to reclaim from the Government of Austria five fam...
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Wittgenstein's rod
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Fritz Spiegl
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Ernest Saunders
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Ruth Maier
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American College of Orgonomy
The American College of Orgonomy (ACO) is a college with the purpose of advancing research in the study of orgonomy, a field originally developed by the erstwhile psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich. The ACO ...
Suite for Piano (Schoenberg)
Arnold Schoenberg's Suite for Piano (German: Suite für Klavier), Op. 25, is a twelve tone piece for piano composed between 1921 and 1923.The work is the earliest in which Schoenberg employs a row of "...
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