otarafa: magical contamination butarafa: Mahlukat
Pierrot Lunaire by Arnold Schoenberg

cevap ver  alper   15/12/13

Pierrot Lunaire (Moonstruck Pierrot) for Soprano and ensemble. Movements 1 through 6. Meagan Brus, soprano; Jesse Tatum, flute; James T Shields, clarinet/bass clarinet; David Felberg, violin/viola; James Holland, cello; Conor Hanick, piano. Brent Stevens, audio engineerl Performed at the Centennial Concert November 9, 2012 in the St. Francis Auditorium, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Dreimal sieben Gedichte aus Albert Girauds 'Pierrot lunaire' ("Three times Seven Poems from Albert Giraud's 'Pierrot lunaire'"), commonly known simply as Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21 ("Moonstruck Pierrot" or "Pierrot in the Moonlight"), is a melodrama by Arnold Schoenberg. It is a setting of twenty-one selected poems from Otto Erich Hartleben's German translation of Albert Giraud's cycle of French poems of the same name. The première of the work, which is between 35 and 40 minutes in length, was at the Berlin Choralion-Saal on October 16, 1912, with Albertine Zehme as the vocalist.

The narrator (voice-type unspecified in the score, but traditionally performed by a soprano) delivers the poems in the Sprechstimme style. Schoenberg had previously used a combination of spoken text with instrumental accompaniment, called "melodrama", in the summer-wind narrative of the Gurre-Lieder, and it was a genre much in vogue at the end of the nineteenth century. The work is atonal but does not use the twelve-tone technique that Schoenberg would devise eight years later.


boşlukları doldurun

bunlara da göz atabilirsiniz:

otarafa: magical contamination butarafa: Mahlukat

iletişim - şikayet - kullanıcı sözleşmesi - gizlilik şartları