Philharmonic chamber music: Dream sequences and harlequinades

Franz Schreker and Arnold Schoenberg were among the musical visionaries of belle époque Vienna. Schreker, as Der Wind shows, remained attached to the sensuous tonal language of the fin de siècle. Schoenberg also made use of this style in his opulent early work Verklärte Nacht. Shortly after, he broke new ground with the avant-garde Pierrot lunaire. All three works captivate the listener with their dreamlike, rapturous atmosphere.

Members of the Berliner Philharmoniker

Stanley Dodds

Tabatha McFadyen

Constantine Costi

Shannon Bruns

Programme Guide

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Franz Schreker composer
Stanley Dodds Violin, conductor
Martin Löhr cello
Andraž Golob clarinet
Stefan Dohr Horn
Arnold Schoenberg composer
Marlene Ito violin
Naoko Shimizu viola
Tobias Reifland viola
Jelka Weber flute

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