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Arnold  Schönberg

Né: 13 septembre 1874
Mort: 13 juillet 1951
Pays d'origine: Autriche
Upcoming :
Orchestre: Staatsorchester Stuttgart
2020-02-14 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Kunstmuseum — 19:30
Chef d'orchestre: Thomas Eitler-de Lint
Orchestre: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig
2020-02-14 | Leipzig (Allemagne), Schaubühne Lindenfels — 20:00
Arnold Schoenberg was born in Vienna on 13 September 1874 as son of the Jewish merchant Samuel Schoenberg and his wife Pauline. As early as 1882 he took his first violin lessons and made his first attempts at composing. After finishing school in 1890, he started to train as a clerk in a bank and worked for the private bank Werner & Co in Vienna until 1895. In 1894, being a member of the amateur orchestra ’Polyhymnia’, he met his future teacher and brother-in-law Alexander Zemlinsky. In the following years Schoenberg devoted himself mainly to composing and directing workers’ choirs. In 1901, upon recommendation of Richard Strauss, he got a job as musical director at the Berlin cabaret ’Überbrettl’ and in 1902 taught composition at the Stern Conservatoire. In 1903 he returned to Vienna where he set up as a composer and teacher of composition.

Among the pupils he taught at the progressive ’Schwarzwald-Schule’ in Vienna, were Alban Berg and Anton Webern among others. In his ’Harmonielehre’ of 1911 Schoenberg digested his experience of teaching.
Apart from working as a composer, he also turned to painting from 1907. He contributed to the almanac ’Der blaue Reiter’ published by Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc. He was also successful in the field of music with performances of his melodrama cycle Pierrot lunaire Op. 21 (1912) and the world première of Gurrelieder (1913) in Vienna.

After scandal concerts with atonal works and futile attempts to get a university job, Schoenberg began to work again as teacher at the Stern Conservatoire in 1913. From 1915 to 1918 he was called up for military service. After World War I Schoenberg founded the Society for Private Musical Performances (1918-1921) the object of which was, above all, to give public rehearsals and performances of contemporary progressive music. In 1923 he publicly announced his twelve-note serial method of composition.
From 1925 Schoenberg took charge of the master class in composition at the Prussian Academy of Arts in Berlin, in succession to Ferruccio Busoni. During that time he was appointed honorary member of the Academia Santa Cecilia in Rome. In 1932 he finished the opera Moses and Aron.

In 1933, the year the National Socialists took over power, Schoenberg had to give up his post at the Berlin Academy. That year he emigrated to the USA via Paris and found a job as music teacher at the Malkin Conservatoire in Boston. From 1936 to 1944 he held a professorship in music in the University of California at Los Angeles. In 1941 he was granted American citizenship. In 1947 he was elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, in 1949 the city of Vienna conferred the freedom of the city on him. Schoenberg died in Los Angeles on 13 July 1951.

Unlike any other composer of his time, Schoenberg initiated a radical change towards New Music. Nevertheless he always saw his works of the Second Viennese School as logical continuation of Western, particularly Austrian music tradition. As teacher of composition he shaped several generations of important musicians and composers. Since the 1950s the twelve-note technique developed by him has become the basis of serial composition techniques.

Please visit the website of the Arnold Schoenberg Center www.schoenberg.at


1874
Born in Vienna on 13 September
1882
First violin lessons
1893
Composes his first fully extant work "In hellen Träumen hab ich Dich oft geschaut"
1894
Meets Alexander Zemlinsky as member of the amateur orchestra ‘Polyhymnia’
1895
Conductor of the metalworker choir in Stockerau
1898
Conversion to Protestantism
1899
Composes the string sextet "Verklärte Nacht" Op. 4
1901
Marries Mathilde Zemlinsky
1902
Birth of daughter Gertrude on 8 January
1904
Co-founds the "Vereinigung schaffender Tonkünstler" [Society of Creative Musicians] 
Alban Berg, Anton Webern and Egon Wellesz become pupils of Schönberg.
1905
World premiere of "Pelleas et Melisande" Op. 5 in Vienna
1906
Birth of son Georg on 22 September
1907
World premiere of the "Kammersymphonie" Op. 9 in Vienna
1908
World premiere of "String Quartet No. 2" Op. 10 in Vienna
1909
Composes "Fünfzehn Gedichte" aus 'Das Buch der hängenden Gärten' von Stefan George" Op. 15, "Fünf Orchesterstücke" Op. 16 and the monodrama "Erwartung" Op. 17
1910
Occupies himself intensively with painting 
Exhibition of Schönberg’s paintings at the Heller Gallery in Vienna
1911
Meets Wassily Kandinsky 
Paintings of Schönberg are displayed in the exhibition "Der blaue Reiter" at the Thannhauser Gallery in Munich. 
Schönberg completes the work on his "Harmonielehre". 
Composes "Sechs kleine Klavierstücke" Op. 19
1912
World premiere of "Pierrot lunaire" Op. 21 in Berlin
1913
World premiere of "Gurre-Lieder" in Vienna 
‘Skandalkonzert’ or ‘Watschenkonzert’ [Scandalous Concert] at the Vienna Concert Society with works by Schönberg and his pupils
1917
Composes "Die Jakobsleiter". The work remains unfinished.
1918
‘Seminar for Composition’ at the Schwarzwald School in Vienna 
Founds the Society for Private Musical Performances
1919
Hanns Eisler, Rudolf Kolisch and Karl Rankl become pupils of Schönberg.
1923
Composes the first dodecaphonic works: "Fünf Klavierstücke" Op. 23, "Suite für Klavier" Op. 25, "Serenade" Op. 24
1924
Marries Gertrud Kolisch
1925
Directs the master class for composition at the Berlin Academy of Arts (in succession to Ferruccio Busoni)
1930
World premiere of the first dodecaphonic stage work "Von Heute auf Morgen" Op. 32
1932
Birth of daughter Dorothea Nuria on 7 May
1933
Dismissed from the Academy and emigrates to Paris after the National Socialists have come to power 
Reconversion to the Jewish faith 
Emigrates to the USA 
Teaches at the Malkin Conservatoire in Boston and New York
1934
Moves to Los Angeles, CA
1935
Holds lectures at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles
John Cage takes private composition lessons with Schönberg.
1936
Professor of Music at the University of California
1937
Birth of son Ronald on 26 May
1938
World premiere of the choral work "Kol Nidre" Op. 39 in Los Angeles
1941
Birth of son Lawrence on 27 January
1944
World premiere of the "Concerto for Piano and Orchestra" Op. 42
1947
Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters
1948
World premiere of "A Survivor from Warsaw" Op. 46
1950
Publication of the essay collection "Style and Idea" 
Completes the work "Preliminary Exercises in Counterpoint"
1951
Named honorary president of the Israel Music Academy in Jerusalem 
World premiere of "Der Tanz um das Goldene Kalb" [The Dance Round the Golden Calf] from the fragmentary opera "Moses und Aron" in Darmstadt
_____
Schönberg dies in Los Angeles,CA on 13 July.
Orchestre: Staatsorchester Stuttgart
2020-02-14 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Kunstmuseum — 19:30
Chef d'orchestre: Thomas Eitler-de Lint
Orchestre: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig
2020-02-14 | Leipzig (Allemagne), Schaubühne Lindenfels — 20:00
Chef d'orchestre: Thomas Eitler-de Lint
Orchestre: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig
2020-02-15 | Leipzig (Allemagne), Schaubühne Lindenfels — 20:00
Chef d'orchestre: Thomas Eitler-de Lint
Orchestre: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig
2020-02-16 | Leipzig (Allemagne), Schaubühne Lindenfels — 18:00
Chef d'orchestre: Hans-Christoph Rademann
2020-05-08 | Saarbrücken (Allemagne), Congresshalle
Chef d'orchestre: Hans-Christoph Rademann
2020-05-09 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Liederhalle
Chef d'orchestre: Hans-Christoph Rademann
2020-05-23 | Rot (Allemagne), St. Verena — Schwäbischer Frühling
Chef d'orchestre: Hans-Christoph Rademann
2020-05-24 | Weingarten (Allemagne), Kultur- und Kongresszentrum — Bodenseefestival
Chef d'orchestre: Hans-Christoph Rademann
2020-05-31 | Ludwigsburg (Allemagne), Residenzschloss Ludwigsburg, Forum am Schlosspark — Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele
Chef d'orchestre: Patrick Lange
Orchestre: Hessisches Staatsorchester Wiesbaden
2020-06-03 | Wiesbaden (Allemagne), Kurhaus

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  1. String Trio

    String Trio

    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    op. 45
    Instrumentation : violon, alto et violoncelle
    Édition : Partition d'étude
    N° Réf. : BOE 19184
    21,95 €  *

    Épuisé

  2. Der Erste Psalm

    Der Erste Psalm "O Du mein Gott"

    für Sprecher, vierstimmigen gemischten Chor und Orchester
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    op. 50c
    Instrumentation : speaker, mixed choir and orchestra
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
    Langue : allemand
  3. Moses und Aron

    Moses und Aron

    Oper in drei Akten
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    Librettiste : Schönberg, Arnold
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
    Langue : allemand - anglais
  4. Von Heute auf Morgen

    Von Heute auf Morgen

    Oper in einem Akt von Max Blonda
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    op. 32
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
    Langue : allemand - anglais
  5. Moses und Aron

    Moses und Aron

    Der Tanz um das Goldene Kalb
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    Ecrivain : Schönberg, Arnold
    Instrumentation : solistes (SATTBar), choeur mixte et orchestre
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
    Langue : allemand - anglais
  6. Sechs kleine Klavierstücke, op. 19

    Sechs kleine Klavierstücke, op. 19

    für Kammerensemble bearbeitet von Heinz Holliger (2006)
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    Adaptateur : Holliger, Heinz
    Instrumentation : Ensemble
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
  7. Kol Nidre

    Kol Nidre

    for narrator, mixed chorus and orchestra
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    op. 39
    Instrumentation : récitants, choeur mixte et orchestre
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
    Langue : anglais
  8. A Survivor from Warsaw

    A Survivor from Warsaw

    for narrator, men's chorus and orchestra
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    Ecrivain : Schönberg, Arnold
    op. 46
    Instrumentation : récitant, choeur d'hommes et orchestre
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
    Langue : anglais - hébreu
  9. Arnold Schönberg

    Arnold Schönberg

    List of Published Works by Schott
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    Édition : Matériel publicitaire gratuit
    N° Réf. : KAT 3280-99
    0,00 €  *
  10. Selected Works for Piano

    Selected Works for Piano

    Edited from the autographs, manuscript copies and original editions and their revisions
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    Instrumentation : Piano
    Édition : Urtext
    N° Réf. : UT50195
    46,50 €  *

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Profil
Arnold Schoenberg was born in Vienna on 13 September 1874 as son of the Jewish merchant Samuel Schoenberg and his wife Pauline. As early as 1882 he took his first violin lessons and made his first attempts at composing. After finishing school in 1890, he started to train as a clerk in a bank and worked for the private bank Werner & Co in Vienna until 1895. In 1894, being a member of the amateur orchestra ’Polyhymnia’, he met his future teacher and brother-in-law Alexander Zemlinsky. In the following years Schoenberg devoted himself mainly to composing and directing workers’ choirs. In 1901, upon recommendation of Richard Strauss, he got a job as musical director at the Berlin cabaret ’Überbrettl’ and in 1902 taught composition at the Stern Conservatoire. In 1903 he returned to Vienna where he set up as a composer and teacher of composition.

Among the pupils he taught at the progressive ’Schwarzwald-Schule’ in Vienna, were Alban Berg and Anton Webern among others. In his ’Harmonielehre’ of 1911 Schoenberg digested his experience of teaching.
Apart from working as a composer, he also turned to painting from 1907. He contributed to the almanac ’Der blaue Reiter’ published by Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc. He was also successful in the field of music with performances of his melodrama cycle Pierrot lunaire Op. 21 (1912) and the world première of Gurrelieder (1913) in Vienna.

After scandal concerts with atonal works and futile attempts to get a university job, Schoenberg began to work again as teacher at the Stern Conservatoire in 1913. From 1915 to 1918 he was called up for military service. After World War I Schoenberg founded the Society for Private Musical Performances (1918-1921) the object of which was, above all, to give public rehearsals and performances of contemporary progressive music. In 1923 he publicly announced his twelve-note serial method of composition.
From 1925 Schoenberg took charge of the master class in composition at the Prussian Academy of Arts in Berlin, in succession to Ferruccio Busoni. During that time he was appointed honorary member of the Academia Santa Cecilia in Rome. In 1932 he finished the opera Moses and Aron.

In 1933, the year the National Socialists took over power, Schoenberg had to give up his post at the Berlin Academy. That year he emigrated to the USA via Paris and found a job as music teacher at the Malkin Conservatoire in Boston. From 1936 to 1944 he held a professorship in music in the University of California at Los Angeles. In 1941 he was granted American citizenship. In 1947 he was elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, in 1949 the city of Vienna conferred the freedom of the city on him. Schoenberg died in Los Angeles on 13 July 1951.

Unlike any other composer of his time, Schoenberg initiated a radical change towards New Music. Nevertheless he always saw his works of the Second Viennese School as logical continuation of Western, particularly Austrian music tradition. As teacher of composition he shaped several generations of important musicians and composers. Since the 1950s the twelve-note technique developed by him has become the basis of serial composition techniques.

Please visit the website of the Arnold Schoenberg Center www.schoenberg.at


œuvre
Chronologie
1874
Born in Vienna on 13 September
1882
First violin lessons
1893
Composes his first fully extant work "In hellen Träumen hab ich Dich oft geschaut"
1894
Meets Alexander Zemlinsky as member of the amateur orchestra ‘Polyhymnia’
1895
Conductor of the metalworker choir in Stockerau
1898
Conversion to Protestantism
1899
Composes the string sextet "Verklärte Nacht" Op. 4
1901
Marries Mathilde Zemlinsky
1902
Birth of daughter Gertrude on 8 January
1904
Co-founds the "Vereinigung schaffender Tonkünstler" [Society of Creative Musicians] 
Alban Berg, Anton Webern and Egon Wellesz become pupils of Schönberg.
1905
World premiere of "Pelleas et Melisande" Op. 5 in Vienna
1906
Birth of son Georg on 22 September
1907
World premiere of the "Kammersymphonie" Op. 9 in Vienna
1908
World premiere of "String Quartet No. 2" Op. 10 in Vienna
1909
Composes "Fünfzehn Gedichte" aus 'Das Buch der hängenden Gärten' von Stefan George" Op. 15, "Fünf Orchesterstücke" Op. 16 and the monodrama "Erwartung" Op. 17
1910
Occupies himself intensively with painting 
Exhibition of Schönberg’s paintings at the Heller Gallery in Vienna
1911
Meets Wassily Kandinsky 
Paintings of Schönberg are displayed in the exhibition "Der blaue Reiter" at the Thannhauser Gallery in Munich. 
Schönberg completes the work on his "Harmonielehre". 
Composes "Sechs kleine Klavierstücke" Op. 19
1912
World premiere of "Pierrot lunaire" Op. 21 in Berlin
1913
World premiere of "Gurre-Lieder" in Vienna 
‘Skandalkonzert’ or ‘Watschenkonzert’ [Scandalous Concert] at the Vienna Concert Society with works by Schönberg and his pupils
1917
Composes "Die Jakobsleiter". The work remains unfinished.
1918
‘Seminar for Composition’ at the Schwarzwald School in Vienna 
Founds the Society for Private Musical Performances
1919
Hanns Eisler, Rudolf Kolisch and Karl Rankl become pupils of Schönberg.
1923
Composes the first dodecaphonic works: "Fünf Klavierstücke" Op. 23, "Suite für Klavier" Op. 25, "Serenade" Op. 24
1924
Marries Gertrud Kolisch
1925
Directs the master class for composition at the Berlin Academy of Arts (in succession to Ferruccio Busoni)
1930
World premiere of the first dodecaphonic stage work "Von Heute auf Morgen" Op. 32
1932
Birth of daughter Dorothea Nuria on 7 May
1933
Dismissed from the Academy and emigrates to Paris after the National Socialists have come to power 
Reconversion to the Jewish faith 
Emigrates to the USA 
Teaches at the Malkin Conservatoire in Boston and New York
1934
Moves to Los Angeles, CA
1935
Holds lectures at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles
John Cage takes private composition lessons with Schönberg.
1936
Professor of Music at the University of California
1937
Birth of son Ronald on 26 May
1938
World premiere of the choral work "Kol Nidre" Op. 39 in Los Angeles
1941
Birth of son Lawrence on 27 January
1944
World premiere of the "Concerto for Piano and Orchestra" Op. 42
1947
Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters
1948
World premiere of "A Survivor from Warsaw" Op. 46
1950
Publication of the essay collection "Style and Idea" 
Completes the work "Preliminary Exercises in Counterpoint"
1951
Named honorary president of the Israel Music Academy in Jerusalem 
World premiere of "Der Tanz um das Goldene Kalb" [The Dance Round the Golden Calf] from the fragmentary opera "Moses und Aron" in Darmstadt
_____
Schönberg dies in Los Angeles,CA on 13 July.
Représentations
Orchestre: Staatsorchester Stuttgart
2020-02-14 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Kunstmuseum — 19:30
Chef d'orchestre: Thomas Eitler-de Lint
Orchestre: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig
2020-02-14 | Leipzig (Allemagne), Schaubühne Lindenfels — 20:00
Chef d'orchestre: Thomas Eitler-de Lint
Orchestre: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig
2020-02-15 | Leipzig (Allemagne), Schaubühne Lindenfels — 20:00
Chef d'orchestre: Thomas Eitler-de Lint
Orchestre: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig
2020-02-16 | Leipzig (Allemagne), Schaubühne Lindenfels — 18:00
Chef d'orchestre: Hans-Christoph Rademann
2020-05-08 | Saarbrücken (Allemagne), Congresshalle
Chef d'orchestre: Hans-Christoph Rademann
2020-05-09 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Liederhalle
Chef d'orchestre: Hans-Christoph Rademann
2020-05-23 | Rot (Allemagne), St. Verena — Schwäbischer Frühling
Chef d'orchestre: Hans-Christoph Rademann
2020-05-24 | Weingarten (Allemagne), Kultur- und Kongresszentrum — Bodenseefestival
Chef d'orchestre: Hans-Christoph Rademann
2020-05-31 | Ludwigsburg (Allemagne), Residenzschloss Ludwigsburg, Forum am Schlosspark — Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele
Chef d'orchestre: Patrick Lange
Orchestre: Hessisches Staatsorchester Wiesbaden
2020-06-03 | Wiesbaden (Allemagne), Kurhaus
Produits

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  1. String Trio

    String Trio

    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    op. 45
    Instrumentation : violon, alto et violoncelle
    Édition : Partition d'étude
    N° Réf. : BOE 19184
    21,95 €  *

    Épuisé

  2. Der Erste Psalm

    Der Erste Psalm "O Du mein Gott"

    für Sprecher, vierstimmigen gemischten Chor und Orchester
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    op. 50c
    Instrumentation : speaker, mixed choir and orchestra
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
    Langue : allemand
  3. Moses und Aron

    Moses und Aron

    Oper in drei Akten
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    Librettiste : Schönberg, Arnold
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
    Langue : allemand - anglais
  4. Von Heute auf Morgen

    Von Heute auf Morgen

    Oper in einem Akt von Max Blonda
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    op. 32
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
    Langue : allemand - anglais
  5. Moses und Aron

    Moses und Aron

    Der Tanz um das Goldene Kalb
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    Ecrivain : Schönberg, Arnold
    Instrumentation : solistes (SATTBar), choeur mixte et orchestre
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
    Langue : allemand - anglais
  6. Sechs kleine Klavierstücke, op. 19

    Sechs kleine Klavierstücke, op. 19

    für Kammerensemble bearbeitet von Heinz Holliger (2006)
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    Adaptateur : Holliger, Heinz
    Instrumentation : Ensemble
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
  7. Kol Nidre

    Kol Nidre

    for narrator, mixed chorus and orchestra
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    op. 39
    Instrumentation : récitants, choeur mixte et orchestre
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
    Langue : anglais
  8. A Survivor from Warsaw

    A Survivor from Warsaw

    for narrator, men's chorus and orchestra
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    Ecrivain : Schönberg, Arnold
    op. 46
    Instrumentation : récitant, choeur d'hommes et orchestre
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
    Langue : anglais - hébreu
  9. Arnold Schönberg

    Arnold Schönberg

    List of Published Works by Schott
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    Édition : Matériel publicitaire gratuit
    N° Réf. : KAT 3280-99
    0,00 €  *
  10. Selected Works for Piano

    Selected Works for Piano

    Edited from the autographs, manuscript copies and original editions and their revisions
    Compositeur : Schönberg, Arnold
    Instrumentation : Piano
    Édition : Urtext
    N° Réf. : UT50195
    46,50 €  *

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