The Works of Arnold Schoenberg: A Catalogue of His Compositions, Writings, and Paintings

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THE WORKS OF ARNOLD SCHOENBERG
A Catalogue of his Compositions, Writings and Paintings

by JOSEF RUFER

Translated by DIKA NEWLIN

FABER AND FABER 24 Russell Square London

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 5
  • Preface 9
  • Table of Contents 11
  • List of the Facsimile Reproductions And Illustrations 13
  • Foreword 15
  • Introduction 17
  • English Publisher's Note 19
  • Music 21
  • I. Published Works 23
  • Ii. Unpublished Works 98
  • Iii. Sketchbooks 126
  • Writings 131
  • I. Theoretical Works 133
  • Ii. Poems - Lectures - Essays - Notes 152
  • Oil Paintings Water-Colours Drawings 181
  • Oil Paintings, Water-Colours, And Drawings Found in the Legacy 183
  • Recordings Microfilms 187
  • Recordings 189
  • Complete List of Works Chronological List Of Works Dates of World Prèmieres 191
  • Dates of World Premiéres 200
  • Appendix 205
  • Index of Names 211
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