DOI:10.2307/843772
Corpus ID: 170422410
Schoenberg on Ornamentation and Structural Levels
J. Boss
Published 1994
Philosophy

Journal of Music Theory
In his 1932 radio lecture on his Vier Lieder, op. 22, Arnold Schoenberg makes a claim about a particular pitch in "Seraphita," the first song.' See example 1.2 Schoenberg calls the A4 in his example… Expand
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