#64 Stravinsky and Schoenberg: 100 Years Part II

This week in our exploration of the past 100 years of modernism in music we take a look at the legacy of Arnold Schoenberg. The 1912 performance of Pierrot Lunaire created a model of atonality that continues to influence modern composers in the present day.

Hosted by Seth Boustead
Produced by Jesse McQuarters

Arnold Schoenberg – Pierrot Lunaire Part One
Ensemble Intercontemporain

Anton Webern – Five Movements for String Quartet, op. 5
Emerson String Quartet

Alban Berg – Violin Concerto
Anne-Sophie Mutter

Pierre Boulez – Structures Book 1

Milton Babbitt – String Quartet No. 2

Bernard Rands – Concertino

Augusta Read Thomas – In My Sky at Twilight

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