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Related to Anton Webern: Arnold Schoenberg, Alban Berg, Igor Stravinsky

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 (vā′bərn), Anton Friedrich Wilheim von 1883-1945.
Austrian composer whose works, many of them written using twelve-tone techniques, are noted for their brevity and sparseness of musical texture.

Webern

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(Biography) Anton von (ˈantoːn fɔn). 1883–1945, Austrian composer; pupil of Schoenberg, whose twelve-tone technique he adopted. His works include those for chamber ensemble, such as Five Pieces for Orchestra (1911–13)

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Anton von, 1883–1945, Austrian composer.
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Much of his most telling music has been almost as compact as the ultra-subliminal Austrian miniaturist Anton Webern, disciple of Mahler and pupil of Schoenberg.
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Konstantin Voight, associate professor at the Universitt Wrzburg in Germany, will give a THEME Colloquium lecture titled, "Verse-text and Musical Prose: Towards the Role of Verse Structures in the Atonal Songs of Arnold Schoenberg and Anton Webern.
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Such luminaries as J S Bach, Robert Schumann, Frederic Chopin, Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky, Anton Webern, Alfred Cortot and Willem Mengelberg all were known to have expressed anti-Semitic views in their lives.
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Essays address music functioning within esoteric and scientific traditions and theories and works by authors like Marsilio Ficino, Tommaso Campanella, Athanasius Kircher, Johannes Kepler, Marin Mersenne, Abu Ma'shar, and Giovanni Battista della Porta, or the influence of those traditions on musical works, such as pieces by John Dowland, Ferruccio Busoni, Orlando di Lasso, Alexander Scriabin, and Anton Webern.
Music by Debussy, Gyorgy Kurtag, Anton Webern, Liszt, Michael Blake, Gamal Abdel-Rahim, Paul Hanmer, JH Kwabena Nketia, Joshua Uzoigwe and Kevin Volans will also be performed.
This critical material could possibly defeat a reader, and it might have been better to include short biographical outlines of Blinding Moment's subjects: Anton Webern, Beethoven, Handel, and Olivier Messiaen.
30pm with the moving Symphonic Elegy by Austrian-born composer Ernst Krenek, written in memory of his friend Anton Webern, and concludes with the stirring First Symphony by Brahms.
And the New Music Ensemble, directed by Aaron Cassidy, will perform pieces by Andrew Hamilton, Morton Feldman and Anton Webern Tickets are pounds 6 for adults, pounds 3 (concessions) on 01484 472426.