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Anton von Webern, a chronicle of his life and work

Hans Moldenhauer

Anton von Webern, a chronicle of his life and work

[by] Hans Moldenhauer and Rosaleen Moldenhauer.

by Hans Moldenhauer

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Published by distributed by Random House, 1979, c1978. in New York, Knopf .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Webern, Anton, -- 1883-1945,
  • Composers -- Austria -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index. Bibliography: p. [757]-773.

    ContributionsMoldenhauer, Rosaleen
    The Physical Object
    Pagination803 p., 8 leaves of plates. ;
    Number of Pages803
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18786565M


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Works with opus numbers The works with opus numbers are the ones that Webern saw fit to have published in his own lifetime, plus a few late works published after his death. They constitute the main body of his work, although several pieces of juvenilia and a few mature pieces that do not have opus numbers are occasionally performed today.

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The book explores the idea that modern music is obscure by setting Webern's technical advances against the Romantic inheritance of 19th century Austro-Germany/5(1). A concise biographical study of the life and work of Anton von Webern.

The book explores the idea that modern music is obscure by setting Webern's technical advances against the Romantic inheritance of 19th century Austro-Germany.

The text traces the development of Webern and his s: 1. Anton von Webern, a chronicle of his life and work. Responsibility: Hans und Rosaleen Moldenhauer ; Deutsche Übersetzung [von] Ken W.

Bartlett. The Death of Anton Webern: A Drama in Documents New York: Philosophical Library. OCLC ; Moldenhauer, Hans, and Rosaleen Moldenhauer. Anton von Webern: A Chronicle of His Life and Work. New York: Alfred A.

Knopf. ISBN London: Gollancz. ISBN Life. The remarkable Austrian composer, Anton (Friedrlch Willhelm) von Webern (he removed the nobiliary particle "von" in when such distinctions were outlawed in Austria), received his first instruction in music from his mother, an amateur pianist; then studied a chronicle of his life and work book, cello, and theory with Edwin Komauer in Kiagenfurt.

Musicologist. Director, Moldenhauer Archives. President, Spokane Conservatory of Music and Allied Arts, Inc., Washington. Author of Anton von Webern: A Chronicle of His Life and Work and others.

Anton von Webern. A Chronicle of His Life and Work (Book): By Hans Moldenhauer and Rosaleen Moldenhauer revd by Edward Rothstein.

In his biography, Anton von Webern: A Chronicle of His Life and Work, Moldenhauer, writing in collaboration with his wife, Rosaleen, describes how, upon arriving at Mittersill after the war, Webern’s son-in-law Mattel tried to purchase black-market goods from the American soldiers stationed in.

Anton von Webern. By Alain Galliari. Anton von Webern. By Alain Galliari. Whittall, Arnold ments and augmented with interviews by some parent, smoothly flowing stream that conveys of the participants shedding light on the practi- little sense of the music’s mystery or magic, still cal effects on musical life.

What was allowed. less of its repressed turbulence and sharply. The Jone poetry reading is discussed briefly in Hans and Rosaleen Moldenhauer, Anton von Webern: A Chronicle of His Life and Work (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, ), pp. [ Return to text ] Webern's manuscript contains only the texts for completed compositions (i.e., opp.

23, 25, 26, 29, and 31), not those for abandoned or incomplete projects. Moldenhauer, Anton von Webern: A Chronicle of His Life and Work (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, ), p. 2Letter of 12 Julytranslated in Moldenhauer, p. his most programmatic work. In Januaryseveral months before Schoenberg was to conduct the premiere of the Op.

6 set, Webern wrote to him explaining in intimate detail the. Malcolm Hayes Anton Von Webern (20th-Century Composers) Phaidon Press, ; ISBN ; pages A concise biographical study of the life and work of Anton von Webern. The book explores the idea that modern music is obscure by setting Webern's technical advances against the Romantic inheritance of 19th century Austro-Germany.

Buy Anton Von Webern: Perspectives by Hans Moldenhauer (Compiled by) online at Alibris. With one of the largest book inventories in the world, find the book you are looking for. To help, we provided some of our favorites. Anton von Webern: A Chronicle of His Life and Work Starting at $ Duo-pianism; a dissertation.

Starting at $ The large-scale structure of Anton Webern's String Quartet () is an ongoing conundrum in music scholarship. Initially inspired by Giovanni Segantini's Trittico della natura, the quartet has been interpreted by most commentators in terms of a tripartite episodic h the lens of rotational theory, this article puts forward an understanding of the quartet that interprets it in.

The influence of Anton Webern in the two decades following World War II exceeded that of any other composer including his teacher Arnold Schoenberg.

Webern introduced new forms for new contents, and imposed a sensibility challenging that of the modern music of the day—for example, a Bartok Orchestra Concerto, a Schoenberg Piano Concerto, or a [ ]. Anton Webern Anton Friedrich Wilhelm von Webern was born in Austria in Shreffler provides a brief overview of him, highlighting that he was “fiercely loyal to his teacher Arnold Schoenberg and to his friends and colleagues” but “openly hostile to nonsympathetic outsiders.” 20 One.

songs discovered at the time, see Hans Moldenhauer, Anton von Webern: A Chronicle of his Life and Work (London: Victor Gollancz, ), – The few scholarly considerations of these songs include Allen Forte, “The Golden Thread: Octatonic Music in Anton Webern’s Early Songs, with Certain Historical Reflections,” in Webern Studies.

In Hans Moldenhauer launched an attempt to obtain papers from Army files relating to the incident. He succeeded in contacting several persons involved, and he published his findings in the book The Death of Anton Webern (Philosophical Library, ).

To summarize Moldenhauer's conclusions, Mattel had been approaching American soldiers wanting to buy such items as sugar and coffee to sell on the. Anton Webern was born on 3 Decemberin Vienna, Austria.

Named Anton Friedrich Wilhelm von Webern at birth, he never used his middle names and later gave up ‘von’ to comply with the reforms of the Austrian government. The Austrian composer Anton Webern (), one of the first important disciples of Schoenberg, carried many of that master's ideas to their logical extremes.

Webern's music was very influential on postwar European composers. Anton von Webern was born in Vienna on Dec. 3,to the mining engineer Karl von Webern and his wife, Amalia. When he was. Rosaleen Moldenhauer, Anton von Webern: A Chronicle of His Life and Work (New York: Alfred A.

Knopf, ), pp. 2 Webern's manuscript contains only the texts for completed compositions (i.e., opp. 23, 25, 26, 29, and 31), not those for abandoned or incomplete projects. An illustration of an open book.

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Addeddate External_metadata_update TZ Identifier. Anton von Webern Perspectives. Edited by Demar Irvine, with an introductory interview with Igor Stravinsky. Seattle: University of Washington Press. Moldenhauer, Hans, and Rosaleen Moldenhauer.

Anton von Webern: A Chronicle of His Life and Work. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. ISBN London: Gollancz. ISBN   Anton von Webern (Vienna, Salzburg, Austria, ) Austrian studied musicology in on, he began as a theatrical conductor in Vienna, Teplizt, Danzig and Prague, and directed the symphonic concerts for the workers in Vienna ().He was musical director of Austrian radio and worked at the Universal Edition in Vienna.

Anton Webern's "Mein Weg geht jetzt vorüber," op. 15, No During the years from tiWebern was preoccupied almost exclusively with the composition of ing over forty settings (complete and fragmentary) of Latin liturgical texts, pious folk texts and poems by George Trakl, these songs chronicle his continued experimentation with atonal writing and gradual adoption of.

Life Early years. Anton was born Anton von Webern. Webern’s father was a mining engineer who later got an important government job. The family had belonged to the nobility which is why they had “von” before the family name.

In a law was made in Austria to stop people from using “von” as part of their name, and so from then onwards he was always known as “Anton Webern”. Webern, Anton (Friedrich Wilhelm) vonWebern, Anton (Friedrich Wilhelm) von, remarkable Austrian composer (he removed the nobiliary particle “von” in when such distinctions were outlawed in Austria); b.

Vienna, Dec. 3, ; d. (accidentally shot and killed by an American soldier) Mittersill, Sept. 15, He received his first instruction in music from his mother, an amateur pianist. Arnold Schoenberg, Anton von Webern, and Paul Hindemith employed the technique extensively in the 20th century.

Bela Bartok A Hungarian composer and pianist, he studied and analyzed folk-life songs. Nick Chadwick, "From 'Freund Heine' to Hermann Hesse: Hermann Watznauer and His Friendship with Alban Berg," Music & Letters 79 (), /.

Author of Aufführungspraxis bei Vivaldi, Die Solokonzertform bei Vivaldi, Anton Webern, Musikinstrumentenkunde, Antonio Vivaldi,Anton Webern, Einführung in Werk und Stil, Antonio Vivaldi, Antonio Vivaldi: his life and work.

Quoted comments are from the Book Review. A thorough reconstruction of the great novelist's life and of his age, a work of “splendid breadth and rich humanity.” ANTON VON WEBERN.Webern's only published work for solo piano, the Variations are one of his major instrumental works and a signal example of his late style.

Webern dedicated the work to pianist Eduard Steuermann. However, it was premiered (after months of coaching from Webern) by Peter Stadlen on 26 October in Vienna. Much later Stadlen produced the definitive interpretive edition of Op. 27, published by.