Musik, Angst und Erinnerung: Gedanken zum Verständnis von Arnold Schönbergs politischem Hauptwerk A survivor from Warsaw opus 46

Autor(en): Müssgens, Bernhard 
Herausgeber: Sonntag, Brunhilde
Stichwörter: Zimmermann, Udo -- works -- Weisse Rose; opera—general -- 20th c. -- therapeutic function; politics -- Schoenberg, Arnold -- A survivor from Warsaw, op. 46; Schoenberg, Arnold -- works -- A survivor from Warsaw, op. 46; psychology -- fear -- relation to 20th-c. opera; 28: Western art music -- History. 1910 to present (history); religion and music -- opera -- 20th c.
Erscheinungsdatum: 1991
Herausgeber: Lit Verlag
Journal: "Nach Frankreich zogen zwei Grenadier": Zeitgeschehen im Spiegel von Musik
Musik, Kunst & Konsum
Startseite: 122
Seitenende: 136
Schoenberg's cantata A survivor from Warsaw is based on a combination of religious and political motivation, and represents a type that has served as a model for socially committed music since the early 1950s. Furthermore, it contains specific forms of aesthetically mediated processing of anxiety and the mastering of fear. These were first employed in Schoenberg's early expressionist music dramas, and were then imported into A survivor from Warsaw. Udo Zimmermann's chamber opera Weiße Rose, 1984, is another instance of the combining of politics, religion, and a therapeutic approach to the problem of anxiety.

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