Klarinet Archive - Posting 000488.txt from 1998/03
From: Labadorf <Labadorf@-----.com>
Subj: Re: Re: companion piece to 'Pierrot Lunaire"?
Date: Sat, 7 Mar 1998 23:40:34 -0500
The publisher of the score and parts for the transcriptions prepared by
Schoenberg or his students is:
Belmont Music Publishers
P.O. box 231
1221 Bienveneda Avenue
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
You should be able to find the phone number using Switchboard or some other
internet phone directory. When you write them, ask to be put on their mailing
list. They put out a periodic news flier on all topic re: Schoenberg and the
Schoenberg Institute. They are very enthusiastic and very encouraging to
anyone interested in playing any of Schoenbergs music.
BTW, I heard a few years ago that the Schoenberg Institute was going to move -
from and to where I can't remember. Does anyone know the latest?
Clarinetist, U. S. Coast Guard Band
Adjunct Instructor, Connecticut College, New London CT
Adjunct Instructor, Hartt College of Music, Community Division
On Thu, 26 Feb 1998 Labadorf@-----.com wrote:
> You should consider some works presented by Schoenberg's "Society for
> Musical Performances." This Society was established in 1918, organized by
> If you want to know more about the Society, you should read a dissertation
> Judith Meibach, _Schoenberg's "Society for Musical Private Performances,"
> Vienna 1918-1922 - A Documentary Study_ presented to Univerity of Pittsburg
> 1984 (University Microfilms) This is an excellent resource containing not
> Let me know if you are interested, and I can dig for the publisher and
Tom, I'm not the person who asked, but if you have a chance, could you dig