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Gurre-Lieder is a large cantata for five vocal soloists, narrator, chorus and large orchestra, composed by Arnold Schoenberg, on poems by the Danish novelist Jens Peter Jacobsen (translated from Danish to German by Robert Franz Arnold).
Gurre-Lieder (Schoenberg, Arnold). However, it is in the public domain in Canada (where IMSLP is hosted) and other countries where the term is life-plus-50 years (such as China, Japan, Korea and many others worldwide). These files are part of the Orchestra Parts Project. Percussion: (ne/Triangle/Small Drum/Cymbals/Bass ). Arnold, Robert Franz/Translator. Jacobsen, Jens Peter/Librettist.
Arnold Schönberg: Gurre-Lieder. Chor der New Symphony Society of Paris. Recording Supervision. Conductor, Primary Artist. Orchester der New Symphony Society of Paris.
Album · 2006 · 7 Songs. Gurre - Lieder: Prelude. By Arnold Schoenberg - Orchestra Of The New Symphony Society Of Paris. 7. Gurre - Lieder: Interlude.
Figure 1. Arnold Schönberg in Payerbach, 1903. Arnold Schoenberg was born into a lower middle-class Jewish family in the Leopoldstadt district (in earlier times a Jewish ghetto) of Vienna, at Obere Donaustraße 5. His father Samuel, a native of Bratislava, was a shopkeeper, and his mother Pauline was native of Prague. Arnold was largely self-taught. His first wife died in October 1923, and in August of the next year Schoenberg married Gertrud Kolisch (1898–1967), sister of his pupil, the violinist Rudolf Kolisch. She wrote the libretto for Schoenberg’s one-act opera Von heute auf morgen under the pseudonym Max Blonda. At her request Schoenberg’s (ultimately unfinished) piece, Die Jakobsleiter was prepared for performance by Schoenberg’s student Winfried Zillig. 39, for chorus and orchestra (1938), the Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte, Op. 41 (1942), the haunting Piano Concerto, Op.
René Leibowitz, Chorus and Orchestra of the New Symphony Society, Paris, Arnold Schönberg: Gurre-Lieder, Richard Lewis, Ethel Semser, Nell Tangement, John Riley, Ferry Gruber, Morris Gesell. Vox Records 222943-311 (rec. 1953, CD issue 2005). Rafael Kubelik, Symphonie-Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Schoenberg: Gurre-Lieder, Herbert Schachtschneider, Inge Borkh, Hertha Töpper, Kieth Engen, Lorenz Fehenberger, Hans-Herbert Fiedler.
Schoenberg was a good friend of the painter Kandinsky, and while Kandinsky pioneered the break from representation to total abstraction in painting, Schoenberg pioneered the break with tonality in music. Discs Seven and Eight From Schoenberg's early Wagnerian period, this is GURRE-LIEDER, a vast oratorio "for soloists, chorus and orchestra," recorded in 1974.
|A||Part One (Beginning)||21:00|
|B||Part One (Continued)||25:00|
|C||Part One (Concluded)||21:00|
|D||Part Three (Beginning) Die Wilde Jagd (Beginning)||16:00|
|E||Part Three (Concluded) Die Wilde Jagd (Concluded)||19:00|
|F||Part Three (Concluded) Des Sommerwindes Wilde Jagd||14:00|