Anton Webern

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Anton Webern in Stettin, October 1912

(*1883†1945)

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de / Deutsch : 
Anton Webern. Österreichischer Komponist · Biografie
en / English : 
Anton Webern. Anton Friedrich Wilhelm von Webern (December 3, 1883 – September 15, 1945) was an Austrian composer and conductor. He was a member of the Second Viennese School. As a student and significant follower of Arnold Schoenberg, he became one of the best-known proponents of the twelve-tone technique; in addition, his innovations regarding schematic organization of pitch, rhythm and dynamics were formative in the musical technique later known as total serialism. · Biography
es / Español : 
Anton Webern. Compositor austríaco. · Biografía
fr / Français : 
Anton Webern. Compositeur autrichien. · Biographie


ru / русский : 
Антон Веберн. Австрийский композитор и музыкальный мыслитель. · Биография


Works

Music

  • Op. 1. Passacaglia for Orchestra (1908)
  • Op. 2. Entflieht auf Leichten Kaehnen (1908)
  • Op. 3. Five Songs from Der Siebente Ring (1908-1909)
  • Op. 4. Five Songs on poems by Stefan George (1908-1909)
  • Op. 5. Five Movements for String Quartet (1909)
  • Op. 6. Six Pieces for Large Orchestra (1909)
  • Op. 7. Four Pieces for Violin and Piano (1910)
  • Op. 8. Two Songs of Poems by Ranier Maria Rilke (1910)
  • Op. 9. Six Bagatelles for String Quartet (1911)
  • Op. 10. Five Pieces for Orchestra (1911)
  • Op. 11. Three Little Pieces for Violincello and Piano (1914)
  • Op. 12. Four Songs for Voice and Piano (1915-17)
  • Op. 13. Four Song for Voice and Orchestra (1914-18)
  • Op. 14. Six Songs on Poems of George Trakl (1917-21)
  • Op. 15. Five Sacred Songs(1917-22)
  • Op. 16. Five Canons on Latin Texts (1924)
  • Op. 17. Three Traditional Rhymes (1924)
  • Op. 18. Three Songs (1925)
  • Op. 19. Two Songs (1926)
  • Op. 20. String Trio (1926-1927)
  • Op. 21. Symphony (1927-1928)
  • Op. 22. Quartet (1928-1930)
  • Op. 23. Three Songs From "viae inviae" (1934)
  • Op. 24. Concerto (1931-1934)
  • Op. 25. Three Songs on Poems by Hildegard Jone (1934)
  • Op. 26. Das Augenlicht ("Durch unsre offnen Augen") (1935)
  • Op. 27. Variations for Piano (1935-1936)
  • Op. 28. String Quartet (1936-1938)
  • Op. 29. First Cantata (1938-1940)
  • Op. 30. Variations for Orchestra (1940)
  • Op. 31. Second Cantata (1943)

Letters — Письма

On Webern and his work / О Веберне и его творчестве

Texts set to Music

Gallery / Галерея

See also

External links

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