Arnold Schoenberg Video (DVD)

Arnold Schoenberg had a unique approach to art that set him apart as both a painter and a composer. He was associated with Germany's expressionist movement until the rise of the Nazi party forced him to move to the United States to start anew. The legacy he left has been called some of the most influential music in the 20th century. Anyone with an interest in music will delight in the tidbits of wonder hidden away in this DVD about Arnold Schoenberg's life and life works.
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Arnold Schoenberg was a brave man in the musical world, turning away from traditional compositions and creating atonal works that led to him developing a unique, groundbreaking Twelve-Tone system. This DVD features two musicologists -- David Rosen and Michel Fischer -- discussing Schoenberg's dramatic changes to music and some of the history surrounding his life. Some of the amazing performances featured on the DVD include Moses and Aaron, Transfigured Night, Glenn Gould's rendition of Pieces for Piano, extracts from A Survivor from Warsaw and Erich Leinsdorf conducting Chamber Symphony Number One. If you've never sat down to enjoy Arnold Schoenberg's works, prepare to be amazed.

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  • Length: 28 minutes
  • ISBN: 978-0-7365-6290-4
  • Closed Captioned

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