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Pierrot lunaire [sound recording] ; Trio for violin, viola & cello, op. 45 / Arnold Schoenberg



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Creatore: Schoenberg, Arnold, 1874-1951 Visualizza persona
Titolo: Pierrot lunaire [sound recording] ; Trio for violin, viola & cello, op. 45 / Arnold Schoenberg
Link to work: Pierrot lunaire Visualizza cluster
Pubblicazione: [France] : CBS, 1989
Estensione: 1 sound disc : digital, mono./stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Soggetto-Autore: Giraud, Albert, 1860-1929 -- Musical settings
Creatori/Collaboratori: Giraud, Albert, , 1860-1929
Hartleben, Otto Erich, , 1864-1905
Stiedry-Wagner, Erika
Kolisch, Rudolf, , 1896-1978
Auber, Stefan
Steuermann, Edward
Posella, Leonard
Bloch, Kalman
Schoenberg, Arnold, , 1874-1951 Visualizza persona
Schoenberg, Arnold, , 1874-1951 Visualizza persona
Accesso ente: Juilliard String Quartet
Note generali: First work for narrator & instrumental ensemble.
Text of 1st work freely tr. into German by Otto Hartleben after Albert Giraud's original French poems.
Compact disc.
First work originally issued on Columbia 78 rpm set M-461; subsequently in 1951 on 33 1/3 rpm ML 4471; 2nd work originally issued in 1967.
Durations: 33:35 ; 21:33.
Program notes by George Perle & Marc Vignal in English, Hans-Klaus Jungheinrich & Vignal in German, & Marcel Marnat & Vignal in French, and German vocal text of 1st work with English & French translations inserted in container.
Partecipanti/interpr.: Erika Stiedry-Wagner, reciter, Rudolf Kolisch, violin & viola, Stefan Auber, violoncello, Eduard Steuermann, piano, Leonard Posella, flute & piccolo, Kalman Bloch, clarinet & bass clarinet, the composer, conductor (1st work) ; Juilliard Quartet members (Robert Mann, violin, Raphael Hillyer, viola, Claus Adam, violoncello) (2nd work).
Data luogo evento: Recorded in Los Angeles, Sept. 24-26, 1940 (1st work), & New York City in 1966 (2nd work).
Collana: Masterworks portrait
Formato: CD musicali
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione: Tedesco
Record Nr.: 1034206
Lo trovi qui: Yale University
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