FOURTH SEASON, 1929-30
Held privately in THE CENTRAL HALL,
Compositions by ARNOLD SCHÖNBERG
ERIKA WAGNER (Reciter)
THE VIENNA 'PIERROT LUNAIRE' ENSEMBLE
RUDOLF KOLISCH (Violin and Viola)
BENAR HEIFETZ (Violoncello)
FRANC WANGLER (Flute and Piccolo)
VIKTOR POLATSCHEK (Clarinet and Bass
EDUARD STEUERMANN (Pianoforte)
ERWIN STEIN (Conductor)
Kammersinfonie (Chamber Svmphonv) in E
(Op. 9) (1906)
Arranged for 'Pierrot Ensemble' by ANTON WEBERN
' Pierrot Lunaire' (Op. 21) (1912)
Three times seven poems by Albert Guiraud.
German translation by Otto Erich Hartleben , for Recitation with instrumental accompaniment.
Mondestrunken (Moon.drunk); Columbine ; Der Dandy ; Eine blasse Wiischerin (A Pale Laundress); Valse de Chopin ; Madonna ; Der kranke Mond (The Ailing Moon)
Nacht (Night); Gebet an Pierrot (Prayer to Pierrot) ; Raub (Robbery) ; Rote Messe (Red Mass); Galgenlied (Gallows Song) ; Enthauptung (Beheading); Die Kreuze (The Crosses)
Heimweh (Homesickness); Gomeinheit (Profanity) ; Parodie ; Der Mondfleck (The Moon-stain) ; Serenade ; Heinfahrt (Homecoming) i 0 alter Duft (Fragrance of old)
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