Five songs after poems by Richard Dehmel, for voice and piano. by Anton Webern

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Published by C. Fischer in New York .

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Subjects:

  • Dehmel, Richard, -- 1863-1920 -- Musical settings,
  • Songs (High voice) with piano

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LC ClassificationsM1621 W4 S7
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Pagination23p.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17276575M

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Five Songs after Poems by Richard Dehmel Himmelfahrt Contributor Names Webern, Anton -- (composer) Notes Three Poems for Voice and Piano. Genre/Form: Musical settings: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Webern, Anton, Five songs after poems by Richard Dehmel.

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The songs vary in style and quality. 1 of the group is one of Strauss' best-known songs. Wiegenlied, Op. 41, No. 1, uses a text by Richard Dehmel ( - ), a nearly exact contemporary of Strauss and one of his most frequent sources of texts.

The source is a very long set of poems called Die Verwandlungen der Venus (The Transformations. "Befreit" ("Released" or "Liberated") is an art song for voice and piano composed by Richard Strauss insetting a poem by the German poet Richard Dehmel.

The song is part of the collection Fünf Lieder für hohe Singstimme mit Pianofortebegleitung (Five songs for high voice with piano accompaniment).

Strauss orchestrated the song in Five Songs after poems by Richard Dehmel for voice and piano () Four Stefan George Songs for voice and piano () Five Orchestra Pieces () Three Orchestral Songs () (Webern, George) book crowded with anecdotes, personal letters, and. Five Songs for Voice and Piano, Op.

39 Five Songs for Voice and Piano, Op. 39 (Funf Lieder fur Gesang und Klavier, Op. 39) Richard Strauss - Forberg Musikverlag Composed inthe complete opus 39 for voice and piano is based on texts by Richard Dehmel and Otto Julius Bierbaum and inspired by his wife, soprano Pauline de Ahna.

manuscript score | 1p., 4p., 1p.: ink ; 35x27 cm. | Vorfrühling, text by Ferdinand Avenarius. Following the closing double bar, a setting of the phrase "Leise tritt auf" for voice, oboe, two horns in E-flat, and harp, 4m.

Nachtgebet der Braut, text by Richard Dehmel. Fromm, text by Gustav Falke. Vorfrühling and Fromm appear on the recto and verso of one leaf, and are signed.

Nachtgebet der. "Der Arbeitsmann" (English: The workman) is an art song for voice and piano composed by Richard Strauss insetting a poem by the German poet Richard Dehmel.

The song is part of the collection Fünf Lieder for voice and piano. book hohe Singstimme mit Pianofortebegleitung (English: Five songs for high voice with piano accompaniment). Strauss orchestrated the. five pieces for orchestra (5 pieces pour orchestre) op.

10 Five songs after poems by Richard Dehmel: for voice and piano / Webern From Pierrot to Marteau: an international conference and concert celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute, University of Southern California School of Music, March Voice and Piano.

Three Poems for voice and piano (–) Eight Early Songs for voice and piano (–04) Three Songs after Ferdinand Avenarius (–04) Five Songs after Richard Dehmel (–08) Op. 3, Fünf Lieder (Five Songs) for voice and piano, on Der Siebente Ring by Stefan George (–08).

Eight Early Songs. Five Songs after Poems by Richard Dehmel. Three Poems. Three Songs after Poems by Ferdinand Avenarius. For Voice and Piano. From the Composer's Autograph Manuscripts in the Moldenhauer Archive by Anton von Webern (pp.

After the two less than entirely successful songs of Opus 1, Arnold Schoenberg engaged himself in a thorough re- evaluation of both his own aesthetic direction and, more particularly, the nature of his piano writing; by the appearance of Opus 2 in lateboth these issues had been largely solved, at least for the time being.

Here are four songs for non-specific voice and piano, in three. Donne songs. Down East suite: Epigraph: for symphony orchestra: Etiudy. Études-caprices. Etudes for harp: selected from Bach Sonatas and Partitas for unaccompanied violin: Figaro: from the "Barber of Seville": a concert transcription: Five songs: after poems by Richard Dehmel: for voice and piano: Forty Progressive Etudes: for trombone.

Richard Dehmel by Emil Ludwig (Book) Ausgewählte Briefe aus den Jahren bis by Richard Dehmel Five songs after poems by Richard Dehmel: and other songs: for voice and piano by Arnold Schoenberg. Mein Leben by Richard Dehmel (Book) Die Dehmels und das Kinderbuch by Roland Stark and other songs: for voice and piano by Arnold Schoenberg Five songs after poems by Richard Dehmel.

After realizing the bulk of his conception for the Gurrelieder () and completing Pelléas und Mélisande (July February ) Schoenberg turned once again to writing songs. The songs of Op.

6 are settings of poems by eight contemporary poets, and were composed at different times. Three Poems for voice and piano (–) Three Songs after Ferdinand Avenarius (–04) Rondo for piano () Five Songs after Richard Dehmel (–08) Four Songs after.

Voice and orchestra. Waldgespräch (T: Joseph von Eichendorff) for soprano, two horns, harp and strings () Maiblumen blühten überall (T: Richard Dehmel) for soprano and string sextet (c) Sechs Gesänge after poems by Maurice Maeterlinck, Op.

13 (/13, orchestrated /21). "Der Arbeitsmann" (English: The workman) is an art song for voice and piano composed by Richard Strauss insetting a poem by the German poet Richard Dehmel.

The song is part of the collection Fünf Lieder für hohe Singstimme mit Pianofortebegleitung (English: Five songs for high voice with piano accompaniment). Strauss orchestrated the song in Richard Fedor Leopold Dehmel was a German poet and writer. His poems use a range of metrical patterns, and have been set to music by composers such as Richard Strauss, Arnold Schoenberg, and Kurt Weill.

His poetry often focused on themes of love and sensuality, and he was tried for obscenity and blasphemy in the late s. See Full Entry. Delivering music since JW Pepper ® is your sheet music store for band, orchestra and choral music, piano sheet music, worship songs, songbooks and more.

Download and buy printable sheet music online at JW Pepper. 4 Songs for Voice and Piano: Tony Arnold: 4 Songs, op. Robert Craft: 5 Movements for String Orchestra: Robert Craft: Five Songs After Poems by Richard Dehmel: David Peiton: Four Lieder, op.

13 (Halina Lukomska, sop. 1/14/68) Witold Rowicki: Four Pieces for Violin and Piano, op, 7. I chose "Die stille Stadt" for my recital, primarily because it best accommodates my lyric soprano voice.

Many of Alma's songs require a dramatic instrument and a range more commonly associated with a mezzo-soprano, Alma's fach. Richard Dehmel wrote the poetry. Also from the 5 Lieder Op. 39, the orchestral song Der Arbeitsmann (The Workman; ) is based on a text by Richard Dehmel. Strauss’s sombre setting of Dehmel’s socially critical poem – it depicts the sense of entrapment and alienation experienced by the working class in the modern industrial world – reflects the oppression and.

Five Songs after Poems by Richard Dehmel Himmelfahrt manuscript score | 4p.: ink ; 34x26 cm. | Moldenhauer Archives at the Library of Congress (Source). [?]. (Date). Dated in pencil. Number III of cycle. Three Poems for Voice and Piano Vorfrühling, Nachtgebet der Braut.

Slavnosti života (Celebration of Life), Cycle of 4 Songs for medium voice and piano, Op. 8 (–); words by Richard Dehmel Z Moravy (From Moravia), 7 Folk Songs for voice and piano.

Hermann Zilcher (born Aug in Frankfurt am Main – 1 January in Würzburg) was a German composer, pianist, conductor and music teacher. He was the father of actress Eva Zilcher () and the conductor Heinz Reinhart Zilcher ().

Zilcher received early piano lessons from his father, the composer and piano pedagogue Paul Zilcher (), who was known as a.

Four Pieces for Violin and Piano, op. Two Songs on Poems of Rainer Maria Rilke, op. 8 "Du, der ichs nicht sage" "Du machst mich allein" Six Bagatelles for String Quartet, op.

Five Pieces for Orchestra, op. Three Little Pieces for Violoncelle and Piano, op. Four Songs for Voice and Piano, op. 12 "Der Tag ist vergangen". After intermission Ms. Fleming leapt to a work from“Songs From ‘The Book of Hours: Love Poems to God,’ ” settings of Rilke texts by the jazz pianist and composer Brad Mehldau.

Befreit topic “Befreit” “Released” or “Liberated” is an art song for voice and piano composed by Richard Strauss insetting a poem caciliee the Cqcilie poet Richard Dehmel. On the first manuscript, he added a verse by Austrian poet Franz Grillparzer: After making her professional debut in as a mezzo-soprano in Gluck’s opera Orfeo.

Five Songs Eichendorff 10 Three Songs Detlev von Lilencron, Eichendorff for Medium Voice 11 Five Songs Friedrich Hebbel, Ludwig Jacobowski, Eichendorff, Richard Dehmel, Carl Hermann Busse: No. 4, 5 Orchestrated – Untreu und Trost. It is possible that Richard Strauss’ setting of Georg Henckel’s Winterweihe (“Winter Consecration”), published inwas Schönberg’ inspiration to compose the poem himself, since – unlike many volumes of poetry by Richard Dehmel and Stefan George – this text is not among the books in Schönberg’s library.

Ferdinand Avenarius, Richard Dehmel u. Gustav Falke. - Concerto in D major, for the piano, with the orchestral acc. arr. for a second piano by Joseph Haydn ().

Cäcilie (“Wenn du es wüsstest”), song for voice & piano (or orchestra), Op. 27/2 (TrV /2) It is not listed in von Asow’s catalog. Views Read Edit View history. Strauss ‘ through-composed musical setting of Heinrich Hart ‘s poem at once denies the poem’s strophic construction and confirms the passion of.

The composing of the 'Dehmel Songs' marks a pivotal juncture both in Webern's oeuvre and in the history of music in general. The years that saw the birth of this cycle of five songs,comprise what is generally regarded as a period of transition, in the work of Schoenberg, Webern and Berg, from a 'late tonal' style of composition to an early 'atonal' style.

In this study I approach the. The Classical Net web site offers a comprehensive collection of information and news on classical music subjects including articles and CD reviews, composers and their music, the basic repertoire, recommended recordings and a CD buying guide.

The site now features over files of information including thousands of CD, Book, Concert, DVD and Blu-ray reviews and more than links to. The Poet's Echo, Op. 76 by Benjamin Britten; A Solemn Music II (Blest Pair of Sirens), for Soprano and Chamber Orchestra by Niccolò Castiglioni; Three Songs after Poems by Ferdinand Avenarius by Anton von Webern, Ferdinand Avenarius; Five Songs after Poems by Richard Dehmel by Anton von Webern, Richard Dehmel; Three Poems by Anton von Webern.

Johannes Brahms: Two songs for voice, violoncello and piano op. 91 (/84) Robert Schumann:»Song cycle«after lines of Joseph von Eichendorff; singing voice and piano op. 39 () Arnold Schönberg:»Transfigured Nights«after a poem of Richard Dehmel op.

4 (). Alma Mahler: | | | |Alma Mahler| | | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive. In the composition “Alles” (“Everything”) on a poem by Richard Dehmel, an interval structure with minor seconds is responsible for the formal construction; two themes developing from this are counterpointed by a movement of sixteenth notes which runs through almost the whole song.Szymanowski composed Five Songs op.

13 inhis inspiration being the Modernist German poetry, in particular poems by Richard Dehmel (song No. 1 Stimme im Dunkeln / Voice in the Twilight and No. 3 Auf See / On the Sea), Friedrich Bodenstedt (song No. 4 Zuleikha) and Otto Julius Bierbaum (song no. 5 Die schwarze Laute / The Black Lute).Song No.

2, Christkindleins Wiegenlied, sets lyrics.

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