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Schoenberg: Five Pieces for Orchestra; Cello Concerto (after Monn); Piano Quartet (Brahms orch. Schoenberg) ()

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Schoenberg: Five Pieces for Orchestra; Cello Concerto (after Monn); Piano Quartet (Brahms orch. Schoenberg) - Fred Sherry (cello); Robert Craft (conductor)
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  1. Pieces (5) for orchestra, Op. 16
  2. Cello Concerto (transcription of Matthias Georg Monn's "Concerto for keyboard & orchestra in D major") (also for cello & piano)
  3. Transcription for orchestra of Brahms' Piano Quartet No.1 in G minor
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Schoenberg was one of the pioneering composers of the twentieth century and the most important work on this disc is the original, forward-looking expressionistic Five Pieces for Orchestra, the general characteristics of which are brevity and intensity of expression and which falls into his compositional period between those of the late romantic and the twelve-tone or serial. It is the only original work.In contrast, Schoenberg, as Stravinsky, arguably the two compositional giants of the twentieth century, often looked to ...

Schoenberg: Five Pieces for Orchestra; Cello Concerto (after Monn); Piano Quartet (Brahms orch. Schoenberg) 2006, Naxos

UPC: 747313252428

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