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Viktor Ullmann, Arnold Schönberg - Viktor Ullmann · Arnold Schönberg album mp3
Viktor Ullmann · Arnold Schönberg
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Viktor Ullmann (1 January 1898, in Teschen – 18 October 1944, in KZ Auschwitz-Birkenau) was a Silesia-born Austrian composer, conductor and pianist. Viktor Ullmann was born on 1 January 1898 in Těšín (Teschen), modern Český Těšín, Cieszyn. It belonged then to Silesia in the Austro-Hungarian Empire and is now divided between Cieszyn in Poland and Český Těšín in The Czech Republic. Both his parents were from families of Jewish descent, but had converted to Roman Catholicism before Viktor's birth

Silesia-born Austrian, later Czech composer of modern classical music of Jewish origin (1 January 1898, in Teschen, Silesia, Austro-Hungarian Empire, then divided between Cieszyn in Poland and Český Těšín in the Czechoslovakia – 18 October 1944, in KZ Auschwitz-Birkenau).

Uniform Title: Variationen und Doppelfuge über ein Thema von Arnold Schönberg. Varying Form of Title: Variations, fantasy and double fugue. Personal Name: Schoenberg, Arnold, 1874-1951. Kleine Klavierstücke.

Viktor Ullmann's Studio for New Music concert programme, 1944. Courtesy of Pamatnik Terezin. Viktor Ullmann: Piano Sonata 7: 1. Allegro, leisurely half 2. Alla marcia, ben misurato 3. Adagio, ma non moto 4. Scherzo. Allegretto grazioso - Trio - Scherzo 5th Theme, Variations and Fugue on a Hebrew folk song. Born in Tesin (Silesia) on 1 January 1898, Ullmann grew up and was educated in Vienna. Following unsuccessful efforts to find work in London or South Africa, Ullmann was trapped in Prague after the German invasion in March 1939. In 1942 he was deported to Terezin. Max Bloch, ‘Viktor Ullmann: A Brief Biography and Appreciation,’ Journal of the Arnold Schönberg Institute, Vol. Ill, No. 2, October 1979.

Schönberg: Orgelwerk.

Austrian-American composer. Arnold Franz Walter Schoenberg. named as. Arnold ( Arnold Schoenberg, dit ) SCHÖNBERG.

Arnold Schönberg was born to an Ashkenazi Jewish family in the Leopoldstadt district (in earlier times a Jewish ghetto) in Vienna. Although his mother Pauline, a native of Prague, was a piano teacher (his father Samuel, a native of Bratislava, was a wealthy shopkeeper), Arnold was largely self-taught, taking only counterpoint lessons with the composer Alexander von Zemlinsky, who was to become his first brother-in-law.

Arnold Schönberg (13 September 1874 – 13 July 1951) was an Austrian composer and painter, associated with the expressionist movement in German poetry and art, and leader of the Second Viennese School. After his move to the United States in 1934, he altered the spelling of his surname from Schönberg to Schoenberg. Schönberg's approach, both in terms of harmony and development, has been one of the most influential of 20th-century musical thought.

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1 Viktor Ullmann Die Weise Von Liebe Und Tod Des Cornets Christoph Rilke (12 Stücke Aus Der Dichtung Rilkes Für Sprecher Und Klavier)
Composed By – Viktor UllmannNarrator [Sprecher] – Gert WestphalPiano – Michael Allan Text By [Dichtung] – Rilke*
2 Arnold Schönberg* Sechs Kleine Klavierstücke, Op. 19
Composed By – Arnold Schönberg*Piano – Günther Herzfeld
3 Viktor Ullmann Variationen Und Doppelfuge Über Ein Thema Von Arnold Schönberg Für Klavier, Op. 3a (1925/34)
Composed By – Viktor UllmannPiano – Günther Herzfeld
4 Arnold Schönberg* Ode An Napoleon Buonaparte Für Streicher, Streichquartett Und Klavier, Op. 41
Cello – Michael SanderlingComposed By – Arnold Schönberg*Piano – Frank-Immo ZichnerText By – Lord Byron*Translated By [Deutsche Fassung] – Arnold Schönberg*Viola – Stefan FehlandtViolin – Frank Reinecke , Tim Vogler

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This CD is housed in a small book (14,3 cm * 13,9 cm, 72 pages)

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  • Label Code: LC 6597
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