Schoenberg (arr. Nelson) Kleine Klavierstucke Op 19

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Schoenberg (arr. Nelson) Kleine Klavierstucke Op 19

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This arrangement considers three perspectives through which the players can approach the piece. While Schöenberg was composing Opus 19, Gustav Mahler died. Anton Webern, a student of Schöenberg was at the time active as a conductor, championing works by Schöenberg, Mahler, Debussy, and Bruckner. Opus 19 straddles the end of romanticism, as Schöenberg was about to commence upon his journey into serial music. It is suggested that the players apply the lyricism of Mahler, the playfulness of Schöenberg, and the humor of Webern. - Jon Nelson (BQ-196) [for sale only in the U.S.]

Each of the six players (brass quintet plus percussion) has a complete score. The pieces are short and there are no page turns. A sample of the first page is here included:

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