Posts Tagged Egon Wellesz 1. Symphonie

The Observation of Form

The Observation of Form

It is a plea­su­re for me to announ­ce the publi­ca­ti­on of my stu­dy The Obser­va­ti­on of Form — The Form Ana­ly­sis Method of Con­stan­tin Buge­anu in Refe­rence to the 1st and 5th Sym­pho­nies of Egon Wel­lesz with academia.edu. In this paper the form ana­ly­sis method of Con­stan­tin Buge­anu is pre­sen­ted, app­lied to the 1st and 5th sym­pho­nies of Egon Wel­lesz. Both rare­ly known to a wider public, this stu­dy aims to con­tri­bu­te to the know­ledge about them and their work. The stu­dy also con­ta­ins a brief intro­duc­tion to a method of con­duc­ting stu­dies. Any com­ments wel­co­me!

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Egon Wellesz, Symphony No 1 (1945), México City, March 2018

Egon Wellesz, Symphony No 1 (1945), México City, March 2018

On 18 March 1938, Méxi­co filed a for­mal pro­test note to the League of Nati­ons in Gene­va to pro­test — as sole coun­try — against the “Anschluss”, the annexa­ti­on of Aus­tria into Nazi Ger­ma­ny on 12 March 1938. On March 10 and 11, 2018, Jörg Bir­han­ce will con­duct a sym­pho­nic con­cert with the Orques­ta filar­mó­ni­ca de la Ciu­dad de Méxi­co, com­me­mo­ra­ting 80 years of both the Anschluss and the noble-hear­­ted act of Méxi­co. The pro­gram inclu­des the Mexi­can first per­for­mance of Sym­pho­ny No 1 by Egon Wel­lesz (1885–1974), who­se exi­le had begun exact­ly on 12 March 1938, as rep­re­sen­ta­ti­ve of the Aus­tri­an exi­led com­po­sers. Fur­t­her, he will con­duct the ori­gi­nal […]

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