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Complete Webern [6 CD Box
Complete Webern [6 CD Box
Complete Webern [6 CD Box
Complete Webern [6 CD Box
Complete Webern [6 CD Box
Complete Webern [6 CD Box
Complete Webern [6 CD Box
Complete Webern [6 CD Box

Complete Webern [6 CD Box Set]

Product ID : 3574846


Galleon Product ID 3574846
UPC / ISBN 028945763729
Shipping Weight 1.32 lbs
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Manufacturer WEBERN,A.
Shipping Dimension 5.59 x 5.2 x 2.13 inches
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Brand WEBERN,A.
Format Box Set
Number Of Discs 6
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2000-05-09
Release Date 2000-05-09
UPC 028945763729
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Complete Webern [6 CD Box Features

  • BOULEZ PIERRE / BERLIN P. O.

  • MUSICA CLASICA

  • INTERNATIONAL

  • MUSIC


About Complete Webern [6 CD Box

Pierre Boulez's Complete Webern Edition appears just over two decades after his last traversal. Well, it's not literally complete, but does have enough early works to set the mature ones in the right context. These days, Webern is no longer seen so much as a new music guru as he is a major composer, pure and simple--his expression as concise as it is intense. Performancewise, there's a quality of musicianship here that few previous recordings have matched; familiarity with the idiom certainly plays its part, but so does Boulez's belief that what we're hearing needs to be presented with conviction. Try the Passacaglia, sensuous music that combines the soundworld of Brahms and Mahler, or the string quartet or orchestra pieces--miniatures in duration, but whole dramas of expression.Ease of performance doesn't always make this music easy to come to grips with: the song cycles need several listenings to grasp the meaning behind the compression, while the later instrumental and choral works have a luminous austerity that looks back to Bach and beyond to Renaissance masters such as Schütz and Isaac. While much of Webern's music has long been admired, only now is it becoming possible to respond to it through the heart as well as the brain. This set, superbly packaged and comprehensively documented, marks a major step forward, and deserves investigating by anyone keen to appreciate something of the music's quiet, calm essence in an often strident, dislocated century. --Richard Whitehouse