Arnold Schönberg citátov
Dátum narodenia: 13. september 1874
Dátum úmrtia: 13. júl 1951
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Citáty Arnold Schönberg
— Arnold Schoenberg, kniha Style and Idea
from New Music, Outmoded Music, Style and Idea (1946); as quoted in Style and Idea (1985), p. 124
Schoenberg, Arnold. 1975, in Style and Idea: Selected Writings of Arnold Schoenberg. Edited by Leonard Stein, with translations by Leo Black. p. 137
As quoted in an interview with José Rodriguez (c. 1936) in Schoenberg (1971) by Merle Armitage, p. 149
Kontext: I see the work as a whole first. Then I compose the details. In working out, I always lose something. This cannot be avoided. There is always some loss when we materialize. But there is compensating gain in vitality.
"An Artistic Impression" (1909) in Style and Idea (1985), p. 190
Kontext: Market value is irrelevant to intrinsic value. … Unqualified judgment can at most claim to decide the market-value — a value that can be in inverse proportion to the intrinsic value.
As quoted in "The Red Gaze"' in Expressionism (2004) by Norbert Wolf, p. 92
„Now we will throw these mediocre kitsch-mongers into slavery, and teach them to venerate the German spirit and to worship the German God.“
Arnold Schoenberg, in a letter to Alma Mahler, 1914 (after the outbreak of the First World War); as quoted in "Impressions of War" http://www.gramophone.co.uk/feature/impressions-of-war by Philip Clark, The Gramophone, 4 August 2014
Schoenberg's quote regarding: 'the bourgeois tendencies of musical reactionaries such as Stravinsky and Maurice Ravel'
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„An artistic impression is substantially the resultant of two components. One what the work of art gives the onlooker — the other, what he is capable of giving to the work of art.“
"An Artistic Impression" (1909) in Style and Idea (1985), p. 189
Genette, Gérard. 1997. Immanence and Transcendence, translated by G. M. Goshgarian. p. 102
On his Violin Concerto (Op. 36), as quoted in Schoenberg (1971) by Merle Armitage, p. 149
„I believe that he (Strauss) will remain one of the characteristic and outstanding figures in musical history. Works like Salome, Elektra and Intermezzo, and others will not perish.“
Arnold Schoenberg, (1946); as quoted in A Schoenberg reader - Documents of a life, edited by Joseph Auner, Yale University Press 2003, page 316-17
„My work should be judged as it enters the ears and heads of listeners, not as it is described to the eyes of readers.“
As quoted in an interview with José Rodriguez (c. 1936) in Schoenberg (1971) by Merle Armitage, p. 143
„Although our "gentle air" cannot improve the way hate and envy look, it does seem not to encourage firmness and decision. All is compromise; caution and refinement are everywhere. Everything has to "make a good impression" — whether or not it is any good: the impression is the main thing.“
"About Music Criticism" (1909), in Style and Idea (1985), p. 196
„There is a great Man living in this country — a composer. He has solved the problem how to preserve one's self and to learn. He responds to negligence by contempt. He is not forced to accept praise or blame. His name is Ives.“
Note of 1944; as quoted in the Charles Ives profile at Decca Classics http://www.deccaclassics.com/music/composers/ives.html
Stuckenschmidt, Hans Heinz. 1977, in Schoenberg: His Life, World and Work; translated from the German by Humphrey Searle. p. 349.
"Hauer's Theories" (Notes of 9 May 1923), in Style and Idea (1985), p. 209