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Author Schoenberg, Arnold, 1874-1951, auteur.

Title Schoenberg's program notes and musical analyses / edited by J.Daniel Jenkins.

Published New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2016].
©2016.

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 UniM Southbank  780.92 SCHO    DUE 26-09-19
Uniform title Oeuvres en prose. Extraits. Anglais.
Physical description xxix, 468 pages : illustrations, musique notée ; 25 cm.
Series Schoenberg in words ; v. 5.
Schoenberg, Arnold, 1874-1951. Schoenberg in words ; v. 5.
Notes Epilogue. Melodrama and choir : Retrospective/looking back, Undated.
Bibliography Comprend des références bibliographiques (pages 445-453), unediscographie (pages 455-456) et un index.
Contents 1. On development and influences. Who am I?/My evolution (Retrospective/Looking back), November 29, 1949 -- My models, June 6, 1928 -- A self-analysis (Maturity), March 3, 1948 -- Schoenberg looks backward-and ahead,September 26, 1948.
2. On the radio. Discussion over Radio Berlin with Preussner and Strobel, March 30, 1931 -- First American radio broadcast, November 19, 1933 -- Interview with Max van Leuven Swarthout, Fall 1935 -- Radio interview with Raoul Gripenwaldt, July 7, 1948 -- To the birthday of Broadcasts of Contemporary Music, September 12, 1948 -- For the broadcast, August 22, 1949 -- For my broadcast, August 23, 1949.
3. On modern music. Polytonalists (I), April 21, 1923, and Polytonalists (II), November 29, 1923 -- Notes for an essay entitled, "The contemporary situation in music, " 1929 -- What have people to expect from music? November 7, 1935 -- Teaching and modern trends, June 30, 1938 -- Advice for beginners in composition with twelve tones, 1951 -- This is probably thesolution to the problem, Undated.
4. On compositions: 1898-1907. Polytonality in my works, December 12, 1924 -- Arnold Schoenberg writes the following about himself and his string quartet (sic), October 21, 1902 -- Program notes to the Second Arnold Schoenberg evening (Chamber music in large halls), June 3, 1919 -- Excerpt from the Harmonielehre about ninth chords in inversion, 1922 -- Constructives in Verklèarte Nacht, 1932 -- Letter to Bruno Walter, December 23, 1943 -- Liner notes for the Capitol Records release of Verklèarte Nacht, August 26, 1950 -- Symphonic introductory music to Pelleas und Melisande by Maeterlinck, Perhaps 1902 -- Proposed program of Pelleas und Melisande, 1902-3 -- Letter to Alexander von Zemlinsky, February 20, 1918 -- Excerpts from the Harmonielehre about whole-tone chords and chords in fourths, 1922 -- Keywords for a "free" lecture in Boston with the aid of Slonimsky, January 4, 1934 -- Liner notes for the Capitol Records release of Pelleas und Melisande, 1949 -- Foreword to a broadcast of the Capitol recording of Pelleas und Melisande, February 17, 1950 -- Excerpts from an analysis of Eight songs, op. 6, no. 7, "Lockung, " 1948 -- Private program for the First string quartet, 1904 -- Analysis of the First string quartet, 1907 -- Cues for a lecture on the First string quartet at the University of Southern California, ca. 1935 -- Excerpts from The musical idea and the logic, technique, and art of its presentation, 1934-37 -- Liner notes for the Dial Records release of the First chamber symphony, 1949 -- Rigoletto and Kammersymphonie, an analysis, Perhaps 1936 -- Class analyses of the Kammersymphonie, op. 9, After 1944 -- Letter to Hermann Scherchen, June 23,1923.
5. On compositions, 1908-1922. Class analyses of the Second string quartet, After 1944 -- Program notes for the Society of Art and Culture : New compositions by Arnold Schoenberg, January 14, 1910 -- Introduction to the Three pieces for piano, July 27, 1949 -- Excerpt from the Berlin diary, January 28, 1912 -- Excerpt from the Harmonielehre about Erwartung, 1922 -- Letter to Leopold Stokowski, July 2, 1945 -- At the time when I painted, April 5, 1948 -- Introductory remarks for a New York Philharmonic Society broadcast of "Lied der Waldtaube" from Gurrelieder, October 30, 1949 -- Notes on the Gurrelieder, January 12, 1951 -- Notes for the Columbia Records release of Pierrot lunaire, 1941 -- Breslau lecture on Die glèuckliche Hand, March 24, 1928 -- The simplified study/conductor's score : foreword to the Four orchestral songs, op. 22, September 1917 -- Analysis of the Four Orchestra Songs, op. 22, February21, 1932 -- Program and plan for a symphony, Before May 27, 1914.
6. On compositions : 1923-1934. Two letters to Nicholas Slonimsky, June 3, 1937, and January 2, 1940 -- About Wilhelm Werker's Study of the symmetry of fugues, etc. in Bach, September 20, 1928 -- Method of composing with twelve tones only related to one another, 1935 -- Preliminary remarks about opp. 27 and 28 to be placed after the title page, before the first page of score (unused), Early 1926 -- (Definite) Foreword to opp. 27 and 28, 1926 -- Movement titles for the Suite, op. 29, 1924 -- Excerpt from a letter to Rudolf Kolisch, July 27, 1932 -- Interview with myself (Ideas of Arnold Schoenberg), October 6, 1928 -- Radio lecture on the Variations for orchestra, March 22, 1931 -- A letter and a draft of a letter to Olin Downes, November 8, 1938 -- Radio lecture for a performance of Von heute auf morgen, February 27, 1930 -- Draft of a foreword for a publicity flier for Von heute auf morgen, After April 1, 1930 -- Danger-Fear, 1929 -- Letter to Walter Eidlitz, March 15, 1933 -- The transplanted composer, 1950 -- Letter to Pablo Casals, February 20, 1933 -- About the String quartet concerto, Before February 17, 1935 -- Draft of a foreword to the Suite for string orchestra for college orchestra composed by Arnold Schoenberg, perhaps 1935 -- Draft of a letter to Olin Downes, October1935.
7. On compositions : 1936-1947. Letter to Louis Krasner, March 3, 1939 -- Program notes to and audio commentary for the Kolisch Quartet recording of the Four string quartets, 1936 -- Program notes for the Juilliard String Quartet performance of the Four string quartets, end of December 1949 or early January 1950 -- Letter to Alfred V. Frankenstein, March 18, 1939 -- To Kol nidre, 1938 or later -- Draft of a letter to Elliot E. Cohen, January 28, 1950 -- Radio interview with Lisa Sergio, November 1940 -- Table of motives, 1948 -- Letter to Donald W. Gray, April 19, 1950 -- How I came to compose the Ode to Napoleon, Perhaps 1944 -- Program for the Piano Concerto, 1942 -- Two documents about the Theme and variations, Perhaps 1944 -- My fatality, March 9, 1949 -- Excerpt from a letter to Kurt List, November 1, 1948. 505 8 $a Epilogue.Melodrama and choir : Retrospective/looking back, Undated.
Language notes Traductions en anglais.
Other author Jenkins, J. Daniel (John Daniel), 1973- éditeur intellectuel.
Subject Atonality.
Music -- 20th century -- Analysis, appreciation.
Music -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
ISBN 0195385578
9780195385571 (hardcover ;) (alkaline paper)