Josef Matthias Hauer - Steffen Schleiermacher - Atonale Musik Op. 20 album flac
- Recorded At – Fürstliche Reitbahn Arolsen
- Composed By – Josef Matthias Hauer
- Engineer [Tonmeister] – Friedrich Wilhelm Rödding
- Painting [Cover Painting: Horizontal - Vertical ] – Johannes Itten
- Piano, Liner Notes – Steffen Schleiermacher
- Producer – Reimund Grimm, Werner Dabringhaus
© + ℗ 2003, Made in Germany
Recording: November 2002, Fürstliche Reitbahn Bad Arolsen
Total Time: 63:44
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 760623118024
- Label Code: LC 06768
- SPARS Code: DDD
- Rights Society: GEMA
Josef Matthias Hauer (1883-1959): Atonale Musik o. 0, Klavierstücke 1922 (Den Freunden und Gönnern meines Werkes gewidmet) - Steffen Schleiermacher.
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Release group by Josef Matthias Hauer; Steffen Schleiermacher. Atonale Musik, op. 20. CD. 2003. DE. Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm.
Josef Matthias Hauer (March 19, 1883 – September 22, 1959) was an Austrian composer and music theorist. He is most famous for developing, independent of and a year or two before Arnold Schoenberg, a method for composing with all 12 notes of the chromatic scale. Hauer was also an important early theorist of twelve-tone music and composition. 20 (1922). Cantata Wandlungen, Op. 53 (1927) – Premiere conducted by Hermann Scherchen.
Hauer, Josef Matthias. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IJH 1. v'ts/Sec's. Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
20: XX Steffen Schleiermacher. Unknown Submit Tempo you can also upload the audio file to get the Tempo. Top Songs Steffen Schleiermacher. 20: VI. 20: IX.
Nowadays Josef Hauer (1883-1959) has just a walk-on part in the history of musical modernism. But in the 1920s he was a vociferous rival of Schoenberg, claiming to be the "creative originator" of serial music. He had invented a method of composing with "tropes", a system of organising 12-note series that was very mechanical in comparison with Schoenberg's techniques. The set of 29 piano pieces he composed in 1922 under the title of Atonale Musik (not meaning "atonal" music, as we understand it now, but music without a rhythmic profile) were the first in which he used his tropes. They make achingly dull listening. Steffan Schleiermacher is a fine pianist, but breathing life into these vacuous miniatures is beyond even his powers.