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Music and text in the works of Arnold Schoenberg: The critical years, 1908-1922 (Studies in musicology) epub

by Alan Philip Lessem


Music and text in the works of Arnold Schoenberg: The critical years, 1908-1922 (Studies in musicology) epub

ISBN: 0835709957

ISBN13: 978-0835709958

Author: Alan Philip Lessem

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Language: English

Publisher: UMI Research Press (1979)

Pages: 247 pages

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Schoenberg: The critical years, 1908-1922 (Studies in musicology).

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The Book of the Hanging Gardens (German: Das Buch der hängenden Gärten), Op. 15, is a fifteen-part song cycle composed by Arnold Schoenberg between 1908 and 1909, setting poems of Stefan George. George's poems, also under the same title, track the failed love affair of two adolescent youths in a garden, ending with the woman's departure and the disintegration of the garden. The song cycle is set for solo voice and piano.

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Alan Lessem analyzes the Book of the Hanging Gardens in his book .

Alan Lessem analyzes the Book of the Hanging Gardens in his book Music and Text in the Works of Arnold Schoenberg. However, how to interpret the work remains debated. Lessem maintained that the meaning of the song cycles lay in the words, and one critic finds his proposed relation of words and music fits Hanging Gardens better than the other songs treated in his book, and speculates that this may be because the theory was originally inspired by this cycle. Lessem treats each interval as a symbol: "cell a provides material. Music and Text in the Works of Arnold Schoenberg: The Critical Years, 1908–1922.

Alan (Philip) Lessem . Musicologist, teacher, administrator, b Salisbury, Rhodesia (Harare, Zimbabwe), 29 Nov 1940, naturalized Canadian 1981, d Toronto 5 Oct 1991; BA (Cape Town) 1963, B MUS (Cape Town) 1963, M LITT (Cambridge) 1967, PH D (Illinois) 1973. Lessem began teaching at York University in 1970. Music and text in Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire,' Current Musicology, vol 19, 1975. Music and Text in the Works of Arnold Schoenberg: The Critical Years, 1908-1922 (Ann Arbor, Mich, 1979). Schoenberg, Stravinsky and neo-classicism: the issues re-examined,' MQ, vol 68, Oct 1982.

Music and Text in the Works of Arnold Schoenberg. Studien zur Entwicklung des dodekaphonen Satzes bei Arnold Schoenberg, Copenhagen, 1972. Scott Messing, Neoclassicism in Music. Arnold Schoenberg:Notes, Sets, and Forms, Cambridge University Press, 1992.

vii, 247 p. : music ;, 24 cm. Title: Studies in musicology ; no. 8. General Note: Includes index. Personal Name: Schoenberg, Arnold, 1874-1951 Criticism and interpretation. Download Music and text in the works of Arnold Schoenberg : the critical years, 1908-1922 by Alan Philip Lessem. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags

Alan Lessem analyses the Book of the Hanging Gardens in his book Music and Text in the Works of Arnold .

Alan Lessem analyses the Book of the Hanging Gardens in his book Music and Text in the Works of Arnold Schoenberg.

The composer speaks: arnold schoenberg. In the last hundred years the concept of harmony has changed tremendously through the development of chromaticism

The composer speaks: arnold schoenberg. Form in the arts, and especially in music, aims primarily at comprehensibility. The relaxation which a satisfied listener experiences when he can follow an idea, its development, and the reasons for such development is closely related, psychologically speaking, to a feeling of beauty. In the last hundred years the concept of harmony has changed tremendously through the development of chromaticism. The idea that one basic tone, the root, dominated the construction of chords and regulated their succession - the concept of tonality - had to de-velop first into the concept of extended tonality.