Schönberg Ensemble (The Hague)

Collection, 1924-1995: 1 box (16 folders (416 leaves)), oversize (3 folders (14 leaves, 1 folio), 7 posters), 5 audio recordings, 18 video recordings

The Schönberg Ensemble--founded (1974) by musicians generally associated with the Koninklijk Conservatorium of The Hague. The Ensemble performs music of the 19th and 20th centuries, especially the works of Schoenberg. The Schönberg Kvartet was founded (1976) by members of the Ensemble. The violist of the Quartet, Henk Guittart, is a proponent of the music of Schoenberg, and has been the organizing force behind many Schoenberg-related projects and events.

Contents


finding aids (7 leaves)
biographical material (37 leaves)
book, Arnold Schoenberg: een analyse by Markus (Amsterdam, 1981)
clippings (6 items: 1935-1989)
correspondence (7 items: 1989-1995)
Kolisch Quartet performance data (112 leaves: 1924-1937)
music (Opp. 11, 20, 24, Gurre-Lieder Fanfare) (19, 10, 55, 31 leaves)
periodicals (2 items: 1989-1991)
photographs (10 items) of a sculpture of Schoenberg in Holland, Schoenberg, Paul Stefan, the Schönberg Ensemble, the Schönberg Quartett
posters (7 items: 1983-1994)
programs (37 items: 1951-1996)
Verlichte Nacht--prints inspired by Verklärte Nacht (36 leaves, 1 folio of 9 leaves)
recordings (4 items)
video cue sheet, Journey to Schönberg (3 leaves: 1991?)
video recordings (18 items: 1984-1988)

Correspondents

ASI (R. Wayne Shoaf (2 items: 1993-1994)
Felix Khuner (1 item: 1989)
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (Truus de Leur (1 item: 1995))
Schönberg Ensemble (1 item: 1989)
Schönberg Kvartet (Henk Guittart (2 items: 1993-1995))

Music cited

Programs, posters, clippings: Opp. 1, 3, 4, 6-10, 12, 14-17, 19, 21-25, 29-31, 33a, 33b, 34, 37, 38, 41, 42, 45, 46-48, Brettllieder, Gurre-Lieder, Gurre-Lieder Fanfare, 3 kleine Orchesterstücke, "Lied der Waldtaube", Ein Stelldichein, Weihnachtsmusik
Video, audio recordings: Opp. 4, 7, 9, 16-18, 21, 34, 45, 47, Gurre-Lieder, 3 kleine Orchesterstücke, "Lied der Waldtaube", Moses und Aron
 

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