Austrian Composer Anton Webern Died On This Day in 1945 [ON-THIS-DAY]
Austrian composer and conductor Anton Webern died on this day in 1945 – aged 61
Austrian composer and conductor Anton Webern died on this day in 1945 – aged 61.
A protégé of Arnold Schoenberg, Webern is remembered for his innovations with serialism and schematic organisation of pitch, rhythm and dynamics.
His major contributions to the violin repertoire include 2 String Quartet, 2 String Trios, 'Four Pieces' for Violin and Piano, 'Two Pieces' for Cello and Piano and 'Three Little Pieces' for Cello and Piano.
KYUNG-WHA CHUNG & KEVIN KENNER | WEBERN | 4 PIECES FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO | 2015
Bartók: Violin Sonatas; Webern: Four Pieces for Violin and Piano |CD|
Isaac Stern, Violin
Alexander Zakin, Charles Rosen, Piano
Release Date: April 1996
12novAll Day24China Shenzhen International Piano Concerto Competition(All Day) Shenzhen Concert Hall, 2016 Fuzhong 1st Rd, 福田ＣＢＤ Futian District, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China, 518048Event Type :competitions
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