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SCHÖNBERG A.: Verklärte Nacht Op.4 - Zjasněná noc (CD)

Bavarian State OrchestraZubin Mehta"The dawn of new music.""All music, everything created by man has a skeleton, a blood circulation, a... celý popis
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Číslo produktu:B108042
EAN kód:4025438080420
Vydavatel:Farao Classics
Nosič:CD Audio
Zvuk:Stereo DDD
Format / Balení:1CD
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  • SCHÖNBERG A.: Verklärte Nacht Op.4 - Zjasněná noc (CD)
    SCHÖNBERG A.: Verklärte Nacht Op.4 - Zjasněná noc (CD)
    SKLADEM
    399,00 Kč
    329,75 Kč bez DPH
Popis produktu
Bavarian State OrchestraZubin Mehta"The dawn of new music.""All
music, everything created by man has a skeleton, a blood circulation,
and a nervous system. I would like to see my music understood as a
sincere and intelligent person, who comes to us and says something
which he feels deeply and which is meaningful to us all."This appeal for living art comes from someone who was often regarded only in a theoretical way: Arnold Schönberg (1874 – 1951).It
has always been incredible that a self taught composer, of all people,
should break away from the major-minor key system, and that a Jewish
cobbler’s son from the 2nd Vienna precinct, who had to learn about
sonata form from a dictionary, should in the first third of the century
redefine the meaning of music composition. The key words – effective
to this day – which are connected to the phenomenon called Schönberg
are purely theoretical ones: Emancipation of dissonance, Atonality,
Twelve tone row. They are even more familiar than the compositions of a
man who was concerned with just one thing: making music.The
present recording contains the “Verklärte Nacht” (Transfigured night)
after a poem by Richard Dehmel dating from 1899, ( in the revised
version for string orchestra from 1943) and the Chamber Symphony Nr 1,
Op. 9 from 1906.
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