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Serenade op. 24

Serenade op. 24


Louis-Jacques Rondeleux: bass / Guy Deplus: clarinet / Louis Montaigne: bass clarinet / Paul Grund: mandolin / Paul Stingl: guitar / Luben Yordanoff: violin / Serge Collot: viola / Jean Huchot: violoncello / Pierre Boulez: conductor


  • Edition: CD, 44-page booklet
  • Year: 2017
  • Order No.: WER 67802
€18.50  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.18 kg

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Description
WERGO's unique "studio reihe" series continues with a rather special CD release:

Arnold Schoenbergs “Serenade”, op. 24 for seven instruments and low male voice is one of the historically significant musical works of the early 1920s. This was the period when Schoenberg began to develop what came to be known as “twelve tone” music or as “composition with twelve tones related to each other” – to use Schoenbergs terminology. The “Serenade”, op. 24 is one of Schoenberg’s early compositions that demonstrate twelve-tone technique in its most rudimentary form.  The fourth movement, a sonnet by Petrarch and interpreted by Louis-Jacques Rondeleux, deserves special attention; it contains a rather simple sequence of twelve tones which are applied to a hendecasyllabic metre each.

The sound recordings were released on the WERGO LP WER 60002 in 1963 and are now remastered in DSD. The recording was made under the direction of Pierre Boulez.

With “studio reihe neuer musik”, WERGO created a trademark of advanced contemporary music in the Sixties of the past century already.
Details
Content text: Serenade for clarinet, bass clarinet, mandolin, guitar, violin, viola,
violoncello and male voice, op. 24
EAN: 4010228678024
Performance duration: 30'46"
Publisher: Wergo
WERGO's unique "studio reihe" series continues with a rather special CD release:

Arnold Schoenbergs “Serenade”, op. 24 for seven instruments and low male voice is one of the historically significant musical works of the early 1920s. This was the period when Schoenberg began to develop what came to be known as “twelve tone” music or as “composition with twelve tones related to each other” – to use Schoenbergs terminology. The “Serenade”, op. 24 is one of Schoenberg’s early compositions that demonstrate twelve-tone technique in its most rudimentary form.  The fourth movement, a sonnet by Petrarch and interpreted by Louis-Jacques Rondeleux, deserves special attention; it contains a rather simple sequence of twelve tones which are applied to a hendecasyllabic metre each.

The sound recordings were released on the WERGO LP WER 60002 in 1963 and are now remastered in DSD. The recording was made under the direction of Pierre Boulez.

With “studio reihe neuer musik”, WERGO created a trademark of advanced contemporary music in the Sixties of the past century already.
Content text: Serenade for clarinet, bass clarinet, mandolin, guitar, violin, viola,
violoncello and male voice, op. 24
EAN: 4010228678024
Performance duration: 30'46"
Publisher: Wergo