Schoenberg and the Schrammel Brothers | Col Legno WWE1CD20276

Schoenberg and the Schrammel Brothers

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Label: Col Legno

Cat No: WWE1CD20276

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Release Date: 28th April 2008

Contents

Works

Schoenberg
Marsch from Serenade, op.24

Leicht
I und der Mond

Schoenberg
Mondestrunken; Colombine from Pierrot Lunaire

Schrammel
Der Schwalbe Gruss

Schoenberg
Tanzszene from Serenade

Strohmayer
Tanz

Schoenberg
Eine blasse Wascherin; Valse de Chopin from Pierrot Lunaire

Schrammel
Morgengruss (Walzeridyll)

Schoenberg
Parodie from Pierrot Lunaire

Cerha
Wenn der Puls der Frau Schulz from Eine Art Chansons

Schrammel
Der Schwalbe Gruss (voc.)

Schoenberg
Lieder ohne Worte from Serenade

Stelzmuller
Stelzmuller-Tanze

Cerha
Der Wien from Eine Art Chansons

Schoenberg
Raub; Rote Messe; Galgenlied from Pierrot Lunaire

Rieder
Wann I amal stirb

Schoenberg
Finale from Serenade

Cerha
Haiku from Eine Art Chansons

Schoenberg
O alter Duft from Pierrot Lunaire

Schrammel
Das letzte Glocklein

Artists

Jenny Renate Wicke
Walter Raffeiner
Klanforum Wien

Works

Schoenberg
Marsch from Serenade, op.24

Leicht
I und der Mond

Schoenberg
Mondestrunken; Colombine from Pierrot Lunaire

Schrammel
Der Schwalbe Gruss

Schoenberg
Tanzszene from Serenade

Strohmayer
Tanz

Schoenberg
Eine blasse Wascherin; Valse de Chopin from Pierrot Lunaire

Schrammel
Morgengruss (Walzeridyll)

Schoenberg
Parodie from Pierrot Lunaire

Cerha
Wenn der Puls der Frau Schulz from Eine Art Chansons

Schrammel
Der Schwalbe Gruss (voc.)

Schoenberg
Lieder ohne Worte from Serenade

Stelzmuller
Stelzmuller-Tanze

Cerha
Der Wien from Eine Art Chansons

Schoenberg
Raub; Rote Messe; Galgenlied from Pierrot Lunaire

Rieder
Wann I amal stirb

Schoenberg
Finale from Serenade

Cerha
Haiku from Eine Art Chansons

Schoenberg
O alter Duft from Pierrot Lunaire

Schrammel
Das letzte Glocklein

Artists

Jenny Renate Wicke
Walter Raffeiner
Klanforum Wien

About

A fascinating CD which ‘brings together’ some of Schoenberg’s more extrovert music, from his ‘Serenade’ and Pierrot Lunaire, mixed with pieces by the Schrammel brothers, who were pub musicians (but of the highest class!) in the Vienna of Schoenberg’s youth. Did they influence the “father” of modern music? This disc may or may not provide the answer! But it is surely worth hearing, as an attempt to put the revolutionary music of the ‘Second Viennese School’ into some kind of context.

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