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Tavern band Act II, sc. In addition to the instrumental groups which appear on stage, Berg also asks for a chamber orchestra in Act II, sc. The chamber orchestra instrumentation explicitly matches that of Schoenberg's Chamber Symphony No. Operas ; Theatrical Works ; For voices, mixed chorus, orchestra ; Scores featuring the voice ; Scores featuring mixed chorus ; Scores featuring the orchestra ; For voices and chorus with orchestra ; German language ; For voice, orchestra arr ; For voices with orchestra arr ; Scores featuring the voice arr ; Scores featuring the soprano voice arr ; Scores featuring the orchestra arr.
This score is from the personal collection of Egon Wellesz. Page three contains handwritten corrections. Arranger Composer. Early 20th century. Wikipedia article. Publication history.
Alban Berg: Wozzeck
Translation: Booklet. Universal Edition UE Published by Universal Edition. With Standard notation. Translation: Universal Edition UE Translation: Piano sheet music. Opera in three acts.
Wozzeck, Op.7 (Berg, Alban)
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Alban Berg Opera Wozzeck Orchestral Full Score
It was composed between and and first performed in He adapted the libretto himself, retaining "the essential character of the play, with its many short scenes, its abrupt and sometimes brutal language, and its stark, if haunted, realism The plot depicts the everyday lives of soldiers and the townspeople of a rural German-speaking town. Prominent themes of militarism , callousness, social exploitation, and casual sadism are brutally and uncompromisingly presented. Toward the end of act 1, scene 2, the title character Wozzeck murmurs, "Still, all is still, as if the world died," with his fellow soldier Andres muttering, "Night! We must get back! A funeral march begins, only to transform into the upbeat song of the military marching band in the next scene.
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