Anton Webern

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Anton Webern (1883-1945) was a modernist Austrian composer and a member of what is called the Second Viennese School.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
String Quartet, Op. 28 1938 07:24 Chamber Music
Variations for piano, Op. 27 1935 06:21 Keyboard
Variations for orchestra, Op. 30 1940 07:17 Orchestral
Movements (5) for string quartet, Op. 5 1909 10:24 Chamber Music
Cantata No. 2 for soprano, bass, chorus & orchestra, Op. 31 1941 14:24 Choral
Symphony, Op. 21 1927 09:48 Symphony
Concerto for 9 instruments, Op. 24 1934 06:41 Concerto Chamber Music
Quartet for clarinet, saxophone, piano & violin, Op. 22 1928 06:22 Chamber Music
Pieces (6) for orchestra, Op. 6 1909 09:34 Orchestral
Pieces (5) for orchestra, Op. 10 1911 04:31 Orchestral
Bagatelles (6) for string quartet, Op. 9 1913 03:36 Chamber Music
Canons (5) on Latin Texts for voice, clarinet & bass clarinet, Op. 16 1923 03:14 Vocal Music
String Trio, Op. 20 1927 09:35 Chamber Music
Songs (5) from Der siebente Ring, for voice & piano, Op. 3 1908 04:00 Vocal Music
Songs (3) for soprano, E flat clarinet & guitar, Op. 18 1925 03:37 Vocal Music
Lieder (5) nach Gedichten von Stefan George, Op. 4 1908 06:55 Vocal Music
Little Pieces (3) for cello & piano, Op. 11 1914 02:31 Chamber Music
Passacaglia for orchestra, Op. 1 1908 11:03 Orchestral
Pieces (4) for violin & piano, Op. 7 1910 05:12 Chamber Music
Songs (3) from "Viae inviae" for voice & piano, Op. 23 1933 07:32 Vocal Music
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