Ernestus Krenek

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Ernestus Krenek (23 Augusti 190022 Decembris 1991) fuit compositor Austriacus et deinde Americanus originis Cechicae. Atonalitatem et alios modos musicos modernos exploravit, nonnullosque libros divulgavit, inter quos fuerunt Music Here and Now (1939), studium Ioannis Ockeghem (1953), et Horizons Circled: Reflections on My Music (1974). Krenek duas res falso nomine Thornton Winsloe conscripsit.

Vindobonae natus est nomine Ernst Křenek (IPA |ˈkr̝ɛnɛk|), filius militis Cechici in exercitu Austro-Hungarico meruentis. Ibi et Berolini cum Francisco Schreker studebat antequam in variis Germanis theatris operaticis munus conductoris orchestralis sustinebat. Per bellum mundanum II, in exercitum Austriacum conscriptus Vindobonaeque locatus, studia musica continuabat. Anno 1922 in Almam, Gustavi Mahler viduam, et Annam filiam incidit, cui suam Symphoniam 2 dicavit, et quam Martio 1924 duxit. Matrimonium autem per divortium ante primum diem anniversarium finitum est.

Die anniversario octogensimo quinto Krenekiano, urbs Vindobona primum Praemium Ernesti Krenek concessit.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bischof, Günter, et Anton Pelinka, eds. 2003. The Americanization/Westernization of Austria. New Brunswick Novae Caesareae: Transaction Publishers. ISBN 076580803X.
  • Bowles, Garrett H.. 1989. Ernst Krenek: A Bio-bibliography. Novi Eboraci et Londinii: Greenwood Press. ISBN 0313252505.
  • Bowles, Garrett H. 2001. Krenek, Ernst. The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, ed. Stanley Sadie et John Tyrrell. Londinii: Macmillan.
  • Dreyfus, Kay. 2003. Alma Moodie and the Landscape of Giftedness. Australasian Music Research. 7:1–14. Situs venalis.
  • Krenek, Ernst. 1943. New Developments of the Twelve-Tone Technique. The Music Review 4(2):81–97.
  • Krenek, Ernst. 1964. A Composer's Influences. Perspectives of New Music 3(1):36-41.
  • Lawson, Colin. 1995. The Cambridge Companion to the Clarinet. Cambridge Companions to Music. Cantabrigiae et Novi Eboraci: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521470668. ISBN 0521476682 (charta).
  • Lev, Ray (1947). Album notes for Franz Schubert — Piano Sonata no. 15 in C Major (Unfinished); Allegretto in C Minor. Ray Lev, piano (78 RPM). [N.p.]: Concert Hall Society, Release B3.
  • Ogdon, Will, and Ernst Krenek. 1972. "Conversation with Ernst Krenek". Perspectives of New Music 10, no. 2 (Spring-Summer): 102–10.
  • Purkis, Charlotte. 1992a. Karl V. The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, ed. Stanley Sadie, 4 vols. Londinii: Macmillan Press. ISBN 0333734327.
  • Purkis, Charlotte. 1992b. Krenek, Ernst. The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, ed. Stanley Sadie, 4 vols. Londinii: Macmillan Press. ISBN 0333734327.
  • Stewart, John L. 1991. Ernst Krenek: The Man and His Music. Berkeleiai: University of California Press. ISBN 0520070143.
  • Tregear, Peter John. 2001. Musical style and political allegory in Krenek's Karl V. Cambridge Opera Journal 13:55-80.
  • Taylor-Jay, Claire. 2004. The Artist Operas of Pfitzner, Krenek and Hindemith: Politics and the Ideology of the Artist. Aldershot Hants Angliae; Burlingtoniae Montis Viridis: Ashgate. ISBN 0754605787.
  • Wührer, Friedrich. Ca. 1955. Commentarii de albo Franz Schubert Piano Sonatas, vol. 3 (LP). Vox VBX 11.

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