Arnold Schoenberg on KKSM Radio!
Arnold Schoenberg on the terrible reception he received from conservative Viennese audiences
On Wednesday, July 20 at 12 noon PST on KKSM Radio, AM 1320, the radio revolution, and www.palomarcollegeradio.com Mary Ellen’s guest will be Arnold Schoenberg on…
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Short history of Arnold Schoenberg!
Arnold Schoenberg was born Sept. 13, 1874 to a lower middle-class family to Pauline Nachod and Samuel Schoenberg in Vienna and died on July 13 1951. His development of the twelve-tone series in the field of music and atonal music are the two greatest developments that the twentieth century had seen. Schoenberg’s works added vigor to the maturing romantic period. Arnold Schoenberg’s life helped to inspire one of the great novels of the twentieth century, Thomas Mann’s ‘Doctor Faustus’.
He will share with you
How being self-taught ended up in crazy music
Thoughts on the Sex-tet poem Transfigured Night
Handling the riotous, conservative Viennese audiences
How bankers are girly men
How teaching and eating go together
How he was always the first in the family to try…
His strange remembrance of the words of Pierrot Lunaire
The meaning of 12 tone music – 6 pack vs. 12 pack
What it means to be an undecipherable genius
and much more.
And we will hear excerpts of his music:
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Variations for Orchestra Op 31 (1934) 9:22
Verklarte Nacht ( Transfigured Night ) Op. 4 Part 1 11:50
Friede auf Erden (Peace on Earth), op. 13 9:43
Deinem Blick mich zu bequemen (To Submit to Your Sweet Glance) 3:04
Die glückliche Hand, op. 18 (The Lucky Hand) 8:33
String Quartet In D Major (1897) – 1. Allegro molto 6:20
Schoenberg, Pierrot Lunaire (Op. 21, 1912) Movements I-VII 13:41
Five Piano Pieces 14:55
Suite for Piano Op 25 (1921) 15:43
A Survivor from Warsaw 8:21
Psalm 130 opus 50b from 1950, 6:05
A few facts about Schoenberg
- When he was just nine years old, he started composing and much of what he learned and understood during this time was self-taught.
- Second Viennese School of music was the main force in developing atonal and the twelve tone music in the twentieth century.
- Promulgated several important theories of composition, the most important one being his theory of atonality, meaning music without a key or tonal center.
- Gustav Mahler supported Schoenberg in composing atonal pieces.
- Symphonic poem Pelleas und Melisande; in this score occurs the first use of a trombone glissando.
- The “American” period is quite different in flavor. He embraced a return, in varying degrees, to “tonality, with pieces based on baroque and neo-classical styles.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear from Arnold Schoenberg.
You’ll laugh; you’ll cry; you’ll be transported to a world of laughter and beautiful music on KKSM Radio, AM 1320, The Radio Revolution, Oceanside CA, worldwide at www.palomarcollegeradio.com.
Mary Ellen Wilson
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