Arnold Schönberg

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Aliases: Schoenberg, Schonberg

Life

Born: 13 September 1874

Died: 13 July 1951

Biography

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View the Wikipedia article on Arnold Schönberg.

List of choral works

  • Ei, du Lütte (late 1890s)
  • Friede auf Erden, Op. 13 (1907, printed 1911; see Request:Friede auf Erden (Arnold Schoenberg))
  • Die Jakobsleiter (1917/22, unfinished)
  • 3 Satiren, Op. 28 (1925/26)
  • 3 Volksliedsätze (1929)
  • 6 Stücke for Male Chorus, Op. 35 (1930)
  • 3 Folksongs, Op. 49 (1948)
  • Dreimal tausend Jahre, Op. 50a (1949)
  • Psalm 130 "De profundis", Op. 50b (1950)
  • Modern Psalm, Op. 50c (1950, unfinished)

Lieder

  • 2 Gesänge for baritone, Op. 1 (1898)
  • 4 Lieder, Op. 2 (1899)
  • 6 Lieder, Op. 3 (1899/1903)
  • 8 Brettllieder (1901)
  • 8 Lieder for soprano, Op. 6 (1903/05)
  • 2 Balladen, Op. 12 (1906)
  • 2 Lieder, Op. 14 (1907/08)
  • 15 Gedichte aus Das Buch der hängenden Gärten by Stefan George, Op. 15 (1908/09)
  • "Am Strande" (1909)
  • Herzgewächse for high soprano (with harp, celesta & harmonium) Op. 20 (1911)
  • Pierrot lunaire, Op. 21 (1912) (reciter with 5 instruments)
  • "Petrarch-Sonnet" from Serenade, Op. 24 (1920/23) (bass with 7 instruments)
  • 4 Deutsche Volkslieder (1929)
  • Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte for speaker, piano and string quartet, Op. 41 (1942). (Byron's poem)
  • 3 Songs, Op. 48 (1933)

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