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Schoenberg: Moses und Aron / Kluttig, Schöne, Merritt, et al

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>Schoenberg, Arnold : Moses und Aron, biblical drama in 3 acts (unfinished)
Performers Conductor Ensemble Composer

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In 1921 Arnold Schoenberg was forced to leave his holiday home in Austria because of the rising tide of anti-Semitism in Europe. This experience caused him to re-evaluate his Jewish identity, and was eventually to lead to the composition of his "fragmentary masterpiece" 'Moses und Aron'. The opera draws its figures and motifs from the Book of Exodus, and the conflict between the beliefs of the two central characters is reflected in the music. Schoenberg died six years before its premiere, but he regarded 'Moses und Aron' as his most important work.



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>Schoenberg, Arnold : Moses und Aron, biblical drama in 3 acts (unfinished)
  • Performers: Chris Vocal] (Tenor); Sasa Vrabac (Bass); Michael Ebbecke (Baritone); Irena Bespalovaite (Soprano); Ilona Wirgler (Voice); Barbara Kosviner (Voice); Alois Riedel (Tenor); Ingrid Zielosko (Voice); Naomi Ishizu (Voice); Wolfgang Schöne (Bass); Ulrich Frisch (Bass); Helga Indridadóttir (Soprano); Siegfried Laukner (Voice); Karl-Friedrich Dürr (Bass Baritone); Peter Schaufelberger (Voice); Stephan Storck (Bass); Emma Curtis (Alto); Bernard Schneider (Voice)
  • Conductor: Roland Kluttig
  • Ensemble: Stuttgart State Opera Chorus
  • Notes: Staatsoper Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany (12/08/2003/12/10/2003)
  • Running Time: 10 min. 2 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Written: 05/1930-03/1932
  • Studio/Live: Live