Schoenberg

Schoenberg - Charles Rosen - Acantilado
Publisher name: 
Acantilado
Pages: 
128
Book size:
13x21cm
Encuadernacion: 
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In 1936, Schoenberg stated that if "times were normal - in the sense that they were before 1914 - the music of our day would be in a different situation." The celebrated pianist and music teacher Charles Rosen helps us understand both the intellectual universe of Arnold Schoenberg and his time and the challenges that his complex music posed to traditional musical forms. For Rosen the work of the Viennese composer, with his atonality and dissonance, establishes an unusual balance between the form and the emotion that produces "the most expressive music that has ever been composed". A concise and accessible book that admirably integrates biography, cultural history, sociology and musical analysis, aimed at both experts and lay people in the work of one of the most remarkable composers of the twentieth century.

Libro

Book: Schoenberg

ISBN: 9788416011209
Precio de lista: $345.00
Descuento: 25%
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