Who would assume today that after it's premiere in 1910 Ernst von Dohnányi's dance pantomime spread like a wildfire over the stages of the world. The 'Wedding Waltz' from Der Schleier der Pierrette could regularly be heard on musical request programmes on the radio, enjoying similar popularity to the waltz sequence from Richard Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier. Dohnanyi's choice of the genre of pantomime was entirely in keeping with the spirit of the age that, following the large-scale, plot-laden ballets of late Romanticism, sought to find in pantomime a more intimate and more naturalistic form of expression. It may come as a surprise that the source for Dohnányi derived from none other than Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931), one of the salient representatives of fin-de-siècle Austria. With this first complete recording again an important gap is closed in the knowledge of repertoire of this fascinating epochal time of musical history.
Who would assume today that after it's premiere in 1910 Ernst von Dohnányi's dance pantomime spread like a wildfire over the stages of the world. The 'Wedding Waltz' from Der Schleier der Pierrette could regularly be heard on musical request programmes on the radio, enjoying similar popularity to the waltz sequence from Richard Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier. Dohnanyi's choice of the genre of pantomime was entirely in keeping with the spirit of the age that, following the large-scale, plot-laden ballets of late Romanticism, sought to find in pantomime a more intimate and more naturalistic form of expression. It may come as a surprise that the source for Dohnányi derived from none other than Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931), one of the salient representatives of fin-de-siècle Austria. With this first complete recording again an important gap is closed in the knowledge of repertoire of this fascinating epochal time of musical history.
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Format: CD
Label: CIO
Rel. Date: 02/07/2020
UPC: 845221053882

Veil of Pierrette a.k.a. Der Schleier der Pierrette
Artist: ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra
Format: CD
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Who would assume today that after it's premiere in 1910 Ernst von Dohnányi's dance pantomime spread like a wildfire over the stages of the world. The 'Wedding Waltz' from Der Schleier der Pierrette could regularly be heard on musical request programmes on the radio, enjoying similar popularity to the waltz sequence from Richard Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier. Dohnanyi's choice of the genre of pantomime was entirely in keeping with the spirit of the age that, following the large-scale, plot-laden ballets of late Romanticism, sought to find in pantomime a more intimate and more naturalistic form of expression. It may come as a surprise that the source for Dohnányi derived from none other than Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931), one of the salient representatives of fin-de-siècle Austria. With this first complete recording again an important gap is closed in the knowledge of repertoire of this fascinating epochal time of musical history.