Schoenberg and Words disentangles significant aspects of the composer's complex relationship to fin-de-siecle modernism, especially in its Viennese variety. The eleven new essays examine the texts and contexts of works Schoenberg composed from the mid-1890s through 1916 and his writings on theoretical, aesthetic, and ethical issues.
|Translated title of the contribution||Schoenberg and German Poetry|
|Title of host publication||Schoenberg and Words: The Modernist Years|
|Editors||Russell Berman, Charlotte Cross|
|Publisher||Garland (New York and London)|
|Pages||1 - 29|
|Number of pages||29|
|Publication status||Published - 2000|