×

Hinweis

Ich akzeptiere, dass diese Website Cookies verwendet. Achtung: Klicken Sie auf "Ablehnen", können Sie den Online-Shop nicht nutzen bzw. die Seite wird in einzelnen Bereich nicht mehr richtig dargestellt!

Infos zu Cookies und Datenschutz

In einer früheren Sitzung haben Sie die Speicherung von Cookies abgelehnt. Diese Entscheidung kann rückgängig gemacht werden.

Thirty Two Short Films about Glenn Gould: The Sound of Geniusl [94:00]
This film was the culmination of a project that had its beginnings in the late 1970s with three film students at York University who were unabashed fans of Glenn Gould. Their interest in the complex character that was Glenn Gould made the idea of linking multiple film segments into a larger whole the only viable manner in which to bring his work and visions to the audience in a meaningful context.
Rhombus Media (1993)

Kylián Collection [90:38]
This compilation of four ballets choreographed by Jirí Kylián and performed by the Nederlands Dans Theater was recorded between 1982 and 1987. The first, Symphony in D, uses movements from Haydn’s Symphonies No. 101 and No. 73. Silent Cries features a solo dancer and Debussy’s Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune. Schönberg’s Verklärte Nacht, op. 4, receives a somber interpretation, cast in dark green and purple tones, as three couples (4 men and 2 women) incorporate the events of Richard Dehmel’s poem in their gestures. The music of Stamping Ground (Carlos Chavez’s »Toccata for Percussion Instruments«) is preceded by a lengthy period when the dancers are accompanied only by the sounds made as they strike the ground and themselves.
NOS/RM Arts/Nederlands Dans Theater/ZDF (1991)

Rudolf Nureyev [90:00]
This film traces Nureyev’s life beginning in his home town of Ufa near the Ural Mountains, between Moscow and Siberia. Nureyev’s sister, his head mistress, and the dance teacher who first discovered him all share their recollections. Nureyev’s dancing career has been extensively chronicled on film and television, and this biography incorporates archive material and documents Nureyev’s career with extracts from Le Corsaire, Sleeping Beauty, Marguerite and Armond, Apollo, Aureole, Don Quixote, Cinderella, and Pierrot Lunaire.
Antelope/Orfeo/Reiner Moritz (1991)

The Visions of Adrian Marthaler: Classic Visions 3: Mozart, Schönberg [50:44]
Mozart’s Eine kleine Nachtmusik is performed on this recording by the European Community Youth Orchestra. It is presented in a straightforward manner, showing the young people paying close attention to conductor James Judd as they play the work from memory. Schönberg’s Verklärte Nacht, on the other hand, receives a more eccentric portrayal both musically and visually. Instead of choosing either the string sextet version or the string orchestra version of Op. 4, Marthaler (or Judd?) has chosen to splice the two versions together, using the orchestra as timbral and emotional reinforcement to the on-screen narrative. Marthaler interweaves fin-de-siècle themes found in the works of Klimt and Freud with the events of the Dehmel poem on which the work is based, creating a postmodern visual pastiche to accompany the fine performance given by the Brodsky Quartet and members of the Basel Symphony Orchestra.
Swiss Television DRS (1991)

The Glenn Gould Collection: I. Prologue; II. Sonatas and Dialogues [1:56:37]
This documentary – parts 1 and 2 in a series – features interviews with and performances by Glenn Gould, including excerpts of CBC and BBC programs from 1957 to 1975. In the second program Gould is joined by violinist Yehudi Menuhin, and together they perform sonatas by Bach and Beethoven as well as the Schönberg Phantasy for Violin, op. 47.
Sony Classical (1992)

The Glenn Gould Collection: XVI. On the Twentieth Century [58:24]
This compilation – part 16 in a series – of interviews with and performances by Glenn Gould was excerpted from programs produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation between 1966 and 1977. Gould, sometimes in conversation with Humphrey Burton, introduces the musical styles of Scriabin, Schönberg, Webern, Strauss, and Hindemith. Among other selections, he performs the first of Schönberg’s Five Piano Pieces, Op. 23 and the Intermezzo and Menuett from the Suite for Piano, Op. 25.
Sony Classical (1994)

Pierrot lunaire [V001; 75:15]
Marianne Pousseur and others performed Pierrot lunaire in Brussels on 13 February 1988. Their performance of this work was preceded by various clown-costumed figures dancing and singing on stage.
Non-commercial (1988)

Wozzeck; Voices [V002; 3:04:35]
This non-commercial recording includes a broadcast of Wozzeck performed at the Vienna State Opera under the direction of Claudio Abbado, and a performance of Hans Werner Henze’s Voices, performed by the Schönberg Ensemble under the direction of Reinbert de Leeuw.
Non-commercial (late 1980s?)

Voices (cont’d.); Pierrot lunaire (Pousseur); Pierrot lunaire (Sukowa) [V003; 3:04:40]
This tape concludes the performance of Henze’s Voices from V002 and includes four performances of Pierrot lunaire: the first, with Marianne Pousseur, is described in V001 above, the next is a performance from 1984 with the Schönberg Ensemble and vocalist Barbara Sukowa under the direction of Reinbert de Leeuw, the last two are also by the same performers and is described in V010 below.
Non-commercial (1984-1988)

Streichtrio, op. 45 [V004; 59:50]
The Deutsches Streichtrio performs Schönberg’s op. 45 in this program, narrated and directed by Paul Fiebig. It was produced by Südwestfunk, Baden-Baden, and aired in 1987.
Non-commercial (1987)

»Der Narr von Wien«; Lichtspielszene; »Anton Weberns Tod« (Fragment) [V005; 2:03:30]
The first film, about poet Peter Altenberg, was shot on location in Vienna and incorporates dramatizations of many leading intellectual and artistic contemporaries of Altenberg. The next film, directed by Jean-Marie Straub, uses Schönberg’s Begleitungsmusik zu einer Lichtspielszene, op. 34, as background while various people read from the Schönberg-Kandinsky correspondence. The final film seems to be incomplete, but focuses on the circumstances surrounding the death of Anton Webern.
Non-commercial (c. 1986)

Bluebeard’s Castle and Erwartung [V006; 1:52:50]
This recording of a Metropolitan Opera production, conducted by James Levine, features performances by Jessye Norman (as Judith and The Woman) and Samuel Ramey (Bluebeard).
Non-commercial (1989)

Gurre-Lieder [V007; 1:50:00]
Seiji Ozawa and the Boston Symphony Orchestra performed Schönberg’s Gurre-Lieder at Symphony Hall with soloists Jessye Norman, James McCracken, Tatiana Troyanos, and the Tanglewood Festival Chorus. The performance was co-produced by WBGH Boston and aired on public broadcasting stations across the country.
Non-commercial (1982)

Eugene Lehner Interview [V008; 30:30]
This interview, conducted by a reporter for WBGH (Boston), portrays Eugene Lehner, founding member of the Kolisch Quartet, coaching ensembles at Tanglewood and speaking from his studio. Despite several inane questions from the interviewer, Lehner presents himself as a delightful, intelligent, and caring musician and teacher. He discusses his activities with the Kolisch Quartet, his experiences with Bartók and Schönberg, and his own musical development.
Non-commercial (1987)

Gurre-Lieder [V009; 2:17:00]
Claudio Abbado conducts this work with an ensemble composed of the European Community Youth Orchestra, Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, Wiener Jeunesse Chor, Ernst Senff-Chor Berlin, Philharmonischer Chor Berlin, and with soloists Jessye Norman, George Gray, Brigitte Fassbaender, and Barbara Sukowa, among others. This television broadcast was accompanied by a narration of the work’s story and information about the ECYO.
Non-commercial (1988)

Pierrot lunaire [V010A; 3:04:30]
Two performances of Pierrot lunaire by Barbara Sukowa and the Schönberg Ensemble, Paris.

Moses und Aron (Straub) [V010B; 3:04:30]
Moses und Aron by Arnold Schönberg: this film by Jean-Marie Straub and Danielle Huillet uses Schönberg’s unfinished operatic score as the soundtrack for this dramatization filmed on location.
Non-commercial (1986)

Arleen Auger; Gurre-Lieder; 3 kleine Orchesterstücke; etc. [V011; 2:49:41]
1. Outtake from Dutch television documentary about Arleen Auger; 2. Outtakes from televised performance of the St. Matthew Passion by Johann Sebastian Bach, with Arleen Auger as soprano soloist ; 3. Performance of Schönberg’s Gurre-Lieder, Royal Albert Hall, conducted by Pierre Boulez; 4. Performance of Schönberg’s Drei kleine Orchesterstücke, Claudio Abbado conducting an unidentified ensemble. Taped from television, but no indication of where program took place.
Non-commercial (1990?)

Schönberg Quartett [V012; 81:30]
The Schönberg Quartett performed 22 February 1988 at the Piccolo Teatro Studio in Milan, Italy. Their program included a String Quartet by Anton Webern (1905), Schönberg’s Trio, op. 45, and Beethoven’s op. 132.
Non-commercial (1988)

Pierrot lunaire [V013; 51:00]
The Schönberg Ensemble, under the direction of Reinbert de Leeuw, performed Pierrot lunaire with Barbara Sukowa at the Holland Festival in 1984. This broadcast program includes an interview with de Leeuw, Sukowa, and Schönberg Ensemble violist, Henk Guittart.
Non-commercial (1984)

Arnold Schönberg: Father of Modern Music [V014; 58:30]
In two 25-minute broadcasts, host Truman Fisher introduces the works and innovations of Arnold Schönberg to his television audience. His shows include footage of Gertrud Schönberg giving a tour of the Rockingham house, a demonstration of Schönberg’s 12-tone devices, and interviews with Gertrud and Lawrence Schoenberg and Rudolf Kolisch.
Non-commercial (1966)

»Arnold Schönberg: una mostra da ascoltare« [V015; 22:10]
This program features the multi-media exhibit designed by Nuria Nono Schoenberg and Lawrence Schoenberg (on tour in Europe, 1996-1997). It provides an introduction to Schönberg’s life and work through photos and contemporary film footage. It includes interviews with Nuria Nono Schoenberg and Roman Vlad.
Non-commercial (1997)

Traum und Wirklichkeit: Wien 1870-1930 [V016; 30:00]
Documentation for the exhibition of the same name at the Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien in 1985. The exhibition was dedicated to the theme of the spirit of life in the city on the Danube. Architecture, sculpture, painting, music, literature, philosophy, as well as the social and political life of turn-of-the-century Vienna formed the basis of this examination. The focus was the work of the architects Otto Wagner and Adolf Loos, the composers Gustav Mahler and Arnold Schönberg (including a brief discussion of Schönberg’s paintings), as well as the artists Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka.
SHB Medienzentrum (1985)

The Language of New Music [V017; 67:41]
The Language of the New Music: Ludwig Wittgenstein and Arnold Schönberg demonstrates that the lives of the Danish philosopher and the Austrian composer show a remarkable similarity, although the two never met.
Non-commercial (1986)

RAI Cultura News [V018; 33:10]
One of the stories aired in this Italian cultural information program was an introduction to the multi-media exhibit, »Arnold Schönberg: una mostra da ascoltare,« organized by Nuria Schoenberg Nono and Lawrence Schoenberg. Nuria Schoenberg Nono is interviewed, and she highlights various items in the exhibit.
Non-commercial (1996)

»His Evolution« [V019; 30:00]
Designed and produced by Lawrence Schoenberg and Nuria Schoenberg Nono, this film was the prototype for UCLA’s Arnold Schönberg: My Evolution (V020).
Non-commercial (1988)

Arnold Schönberg: My Evolution [V020; 49:59]
This documentary includes the full text of Schönberg’s 1949 address »My Evolution« recorded live, which describes his path from the romantic idiom of Verklärte Nacht to the serialism of Serenade, Op. 24. Various topics, such as »Rhythm,« »Horizontal relationships,« and »Motives,« are illustrated with musical examples.
UCLA (1990)

Thirty Two Short Films about Glenn Gould: The Sound of Genius [V021; 94:00]
This film was the culmination of a project that had its beginnings in the late 1970s with three film students at York University who were unabashed fans of Glenn Gould. Their interest in the complex character that was Glenn Gould made the idea of linking multiple film segments into a larger whole the only viable manner in which to bring his work and visions to the audience in a meaningful context.
Rhombus Media, 1993

»Degenerate Art« [V022; 57:30]
This video was produced in conjunction with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and was based on the museum’s exhibition, »Degenerate Art«: The Fate of the Avant-Garde in Nazi Germany. The video focuses on the »Degenerate Art« exhibit in Munich (1937), the Nazi artistic aesthetic, and the effect of Nazi policies on avant-garde artists. Interviews with cultural historians (Sander Gilman), art critics (Robert Hughes, Peter Selz), witnesses of the Munich exhibition, and families of those artists exhibited there are all included in this excellent introduction.
David Grubin Productions, Inc. (1993)

The Schönberg Violin Concerto: A Panel Discussion [V023; 43:00]
Panelists at this Tanglewood event were John Harbison, Rose Mary Harbison, Louis Krasner, and Leonard Stein. Krasner and R. M. Harbison provide insights into the violinist’s struggle and joy with this piece. Krasner describes the first performance, and he and Stein relate their personal experiences with Schönberg regarding this work and others with whose performance Schönberg was personally involved.
Non-commercial (1992)

Sinfonietta [V024; 2:30:00]
Pianist Paul Crossley has written and presented the three shows recorded on this videotape. With the help of the London Sinfonietta, he discusses works by Charles Ives and Anton Webern (»The Universal Singing«), Arnold Schönberg (»Ghosts: Arnold Schönberg«), and Alban Berg (»Labyrinth«). Works performed include excerpts from Three Places in New England, 5 Pieces for Orchestra, Pierrot lunaire, and the Chamber Concerto.
Non-commercial (1989)

Les Musiciens du Quatuor: Vienne, 1er Mouvement [V025; 62:00]
This documentary – the first of four parts – examines the string quartet during the Vienna classic period and includes the music of Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart, and Schubert. Performing are the Alban Berg Quartet and Amadeus Quartet. Interviews with violinist Norbert Brainen and violist Hatto Beyerle are also included.
Institut National de l’Audiovisuel (1991)

Les Musiciens du Quatuor: Variations sur un Thème Européen, 2me Mouvement [V026; 60:00]
This documentary – the second of four parts – examines the string quartet in Eastern Europe (Hungary and the Czech Republic) and includes the music of Bártok, Beethoven, Debussy, Janácek, and Schubert. Performing is the Martinu Quartet among others. Interviews with Hatto Beyerle, Sándor Devich, Walter Levin, Yehudi Menuhin, András Mihály, Günter Pichler, and Sándor Vegh among others are also included.
Institut National de l’Audiovisuel (1991)

Les Musiciens du Quatuor: Largo desolato, L’exil [V027; 51:00]
This documentary – the third of four parts – presents extensive interviews with Eugene Lehner and Louis Krasner as well as live footage of Alma Mahler-Werfel in its investigation of compositions for strings and string quartets before and during World War II. Music includes Berg’s Lyric Suite and Schönberg’s string quartets, opp. 7 and 10, along with his Violin Phantasy, op. 47.
Institut National de l’Audiovisuel (1991)

Les Musiciens du Quatuor: Reprise, Dernier Mouvement [V028; 60:25]
This documentary concludes the four-part series by interviewing several emigré musicians and those American performers associated with emigré composers, including Eugene Lehner, Leonard Stein, Louis Krasner, and Eleanor Aller-Slatkin of the Hollywood Quartet. This final installment features musical clips of works by Bartók, Berg, and Schönberg (Verklärte Nacht, op. 4).
Institut National de l’Audiovisuel (1991)

Channel 7 News (Los Angeles) [V029; 0:20]
On 2 May 1995 Channel 7 News aired an extremely brief story on the legacy’s imminent move, stating only that the University of Southern California has not lived up to its contract and the family will be removing the collection.
Non-commercial (1995)

»The Life of Erich Itor Kahn« [V030; 78:00]
Hesse Television (Frankfurt) aired this documentary on the life of Schönberg’s student, Erich Itor Kahn, in 1993. The film includes interviews with Kahn’s widow and with musicians familiar with his music and career. The Kahn documentary is followed by a news story on the bauhaus movement in Germany.
Non-commercial (1993)

City of Strangers: Welcome to Paradise [V031; 48:00]
From its producers and directors to its actors and musicians, the Hollywood film industry was created largely by émigrés from central and eastern Europe. This documentary – the first of three parts – chronicles the beginnings of that industry and the lives and careers of its leaders. The documentary includes footage from Hollywood and German films of the 1920s and ’30s. It also includes interviews with the children and students of European émigrés.
BBC (1992)

City of Strangers: Driven into Paradise [V032; 45:00]
This documentary – the second of three parts – explores the enrichment of cultural life of Los Angeles during 1930s when musicians, writers, and artists began to flee Nazi Germany. Special attention is devoted to their contributions to the young Hollywood film industry. The film includes interviews with surviving émigrés and their children and students.
BBC (1992)

City of Strangers: A Sense of Difference [V033; 50:00]
This documentary elaborates on the contributions of Austro-German émigrés to cultural life in Los Angeles during and after the Second World War. The film combines photos, stock footage, and Hollywood film clips, with interviews with the children and colleagues of leading artistic figures like Schönberg, Brecht, Eisler, Stravinsky, and Mann.
BBC (1992)

Home Movies [V034; 12:11]
This video is a compilation of three home movies. The first (ca. 1938), taken by Serge Hovey, shows Schönberg and friends such as Ira Gershwin, Thomas Mann, Bertrand Russell, and Mischa Seligmann at a beach party in Malibu. The second (mid-1920’s), taken by Josef Gorner, shows Schönberg and members of the Kolisch Quartet on a rooftop in Salzburg. The last movie (late 1930’s) is negative footage of Arnold and Gertrud Schönberg playing tennis.
Non-commercial

My War Years: Arnold Schönberg [V035; 81:57]
This documentary focuses on Schönberg’s personal experiences and creative output between 1906 and 1923. The film combines photos, location footage in Vienna and the Austrian countryside, and »interviews«* with his friends and students, with performances by Pierre Boulez and Michael Tilson Thomas, among others. My War Years offers a well-crafted introduction to Schönberg’s works from this period.
*The interviews, spoken by actors on location in Vienna, are in English and German (with subtitles).
Rhombus Media (1992)

Philip Kahgan Collection: Arnold Schönberg conducting [V036; 1:23]
Silent, black and white footage of Schönberg conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic in a rehearsal of Op. 4 (arr. for string orchestra) in March 1935. Philip Kahgan, violist of the Philharmonic, recorded on 16mm film more than 30 conductors and performers in rehearsals at the Hollywood Bowl during the 1930s. He donated his extensive collection of programs, photos, and memorablilia to the UCLA School of the Arts.
Non-commercial

Gershwin Home Movies (1934-1937) [V037; 2:25]
This short, silent film shows Arnold and Gertrud Schönberg cavorting on the tennis court with members of the Kolisch Quartet, George Gershwin, his mother and dog.
Non-commercial

Erwartung, Verklärte Nacht, Messiaen’s Des Canyons aux Étoiles (Part I) [V038; 2:03:15]
This tape is a compilation of works that were broadcast on German and Dutch television. The film of Erwartung was directed by Götz Friedrich, and the broadcast included his own introductory remarks. The film of Verklärte Nacht by Adrian Marthaler has been released commercially (see V076 below). Messiaen’s Des Canyons aux Étoiles is performed in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw by various ensembles, conducted by Reinbert de Leeuw. The broadcast of this concert also included an interview (in Dutch) with de Leeuw.
Non-commercial

Messiaen’s Des Canyons aux Étoiles (Part II) [V039; 61:30]
This performance of Messiaen’s work is continued from V038.
Non-commercial

The Exiles [V040; 1:56:00]
Producer/director Richard Kaplan has interviewed many of the leading intellectual and political refugees from Hitler’s Europe. Their personal testimonies to the lives they left behind, as well as their countless contributions to American life, are recounted in this film. The film also deals with America’s varied response to the European crisis; both its isolationism and xenophobia and its humanistic concern are reflected through contemporary footage and interviews. The presentation is divided into two parts: the first hour is devoted to the period 1932-1940 and the second hour continues with 1941 to the present.

Juilliard: Pierrot lunaire, choreographed by Glen Tetley [V041; 76:50]
Choreographer Glen Tetley worked with students and faculty from Juilliard in the fall of 1996, culminating in this performance of Pierrot lunaire, among other works. The performance was preceded by a discussion between Tetley and Benjamin Harkarvy, Artistic Director of the Juilliard Dance Division.
Non-commercial (1996)

Kammersymphonie, op. 9; multi-media exhibit [V042; 42:45]
This video documents the multi-media exhibit organized by Nuria Nono Schoenberg and Lawrence Schoenberg that toured Europe during 1996 and 1997 (see V015). The video includes a recital of Schönberg’s Kammersymphonie, op. 9, performed in the exhibition space.
Non-commercial (1997)

Five Orchestral Pieces [V043; 54:00]
Michael Gielen rehearses and performs Schönberg’s op. 16 with the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic. Each of the five movements is interspersed with interviews as Gielen, Carl Schorske, and Charles Rosen discuss various aspects of Schönberg’s life and works. Rosen also performs Schönberg’s op. 11, no. 3.
Allegri Film (1994)

Victor Ullmann [V044; 5:30]
This short news story (Kulturszene, 12 January 1995), occasioned by the performance of Ullmann’s opera Der Sturz des Anti-Christ, gives a brief biography of Ullmann and his experience under the Third Reich. After studying composition with Schönberg in Vienna and living as composer and music teacher in Prague, Ullmann was deported to Theresienstadt in 1942. There he organized concerts of new music including many of his own works. He died in Auschwitz in 1944, leaving his music manuscripts in the hands of friends.
Non-commercial (1995)

Los Angeles History Project: Upon First Impression [V045; 26:11]
This documentary summarizes the development of Los Angeles from its earliest inhabitants to the 20th century. Incorporating interviews with various native Angelinos, the film also mentions the attraction of southern California to European émigrés during World War II.
KCET (1988)

Visualizing Music [V046; 2:05]
This tape of abstract graphics in motion was submitted by Mary Beth Haggarty as a requirement for the Master of Science degree in Visualization Sciences at Texas A&M University, December 1995.
Non-commercial (1995)

String Quartet, op. 7 [V047; 45:30]
The Schönberg Kwartet (Netherlands) performs Schönberg’s First String Quartet in this television production. The detailed camera work highlights the players individually as they play main themes and together as they play in ensemble.
Non-commercial (1992)

String Quartet, op. 10; String Trio, op. 45 [V048; 54:30]
The Schönberg Kwartet (Netherlands) performs Schönberg’s Second String Quartet (with soprano Arleen Auger) and his String Trio in this television production. As in V047, the camera guides the listener by alternating between musicians as they play the main musical material.
Non-commercial (1992)

String Quartet, op. 30 [V049; 33:00]
The Schönberg Kwartet (Netherlands) performs Schönberg’s Third String Quartet. The players are portrayed individually within various geometric shapes in this television production.
Non-commercial (1992)

String Quartet, op. 37 [V050; 35:20]
The Schönberg Kwartet (Netherlands) completes their performance of the Schönberg string quartets in this television production.
Non-commercial (1992)

Verklärte Nacht; String Quartet in D major [V051; 59:00]
The Schönberg Kwartet (Netherlands) performs these early Schönberg chamber works in this television production. As in the videos listed above, the screen is often split among the various performers but never shows them all together.
Non-commercial (1992)

The Journey to Schönberg [V052; 1:53:15]
Hans Hulscher directed this two-part documentary of the Schönberg Kwartet, their performances in Los Angeles, and their work with Eugene Lehner, violist of the Kolisch Quartet. The video includes footage from several concerts and rehearsal sessions, along with interviews with Lehner and members of the Schönberg family.
Non-commercial (1990)

Pierre Boulez speech on Moses und Aron [V053; 20:00]
Boulez spoke at the Schönberg exhibit displayed at the Salzburg Festival in August 1996. Unfortunately, the video recording does not play at normal speeds.
Non-commercial (1996)

Schönberg Ensemble (1990) [V054; 61:40]
Reinbert de Leeuw conducts the Schönberg Ensemble in this performance of Liszt’s Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe, Schönberg’s Sechs Orchesterlieder, op. 8, and Webern’s Passacaglia, op. 1. Soprano Maria Oran sings the Schönberg work in this performance that was televised from the Amsterdam Concertgebouw.
Non-commercial (1990)

Schönberg in Amerika [V055; 43:27]
This film describes Schönberg’s life and works after moving to America, especially after moving to California in 1934. It includes interviews with his children Nuria Schoenberg Nono, Ronald and Lawrence Schoenberg, as well as interviews with Leonard Stein, Martha Feuchtwanger, Jakob Gimpel, and Albert Olson. It combines photos and contemporary footage of California with home movies. Works mentioned include the Fourth String Quartet, op. 37, Ode to Napoleon, op. 39, A Survivor from Warsaw, op. 46, and Phantasy for Violin, op. 47.
Bayerischer Rundfunk (1983)

Reiziger in Muziek [V056; 59:15]
Henk Guittart, violist of the Schönberg Kwartet, speaks with Han Reiziger about music of the Second Viennese School in this Dutch television production. The program includes performances of songs by Zemlinsky, Berg, Webern, and Schönberg, as well as further instrumental selections by Schönberg.
Non-commercial (1991)

»Warsaw: September 1, 1939« [V057; 90:00]
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Hitler’s march into Poland, Leonard Bernstein and friends performed a benefit concert in Warsaw. Works include the Polish National Anthem, Beethoven’s Leonora Overture No. 3, Schönberg’s A Survivor from Warsaw, a song from Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn, a movement from Penderecki’s Polish Requiem, Chopin’s A-flat minor Polonaise, and Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms. The concert is interspersed with a moving narrative by Samuel Pisar, a Polish survivor of Auschwitz.
Non-commercial (1989)

Entartete Musik [V058; 35:00]
This promotional video for Decca’s forthcoming series of releases provides a useful orientation to the music of Jewish and avant-garde composers whose works were banned under the Third Reich. It includes interviews with composers Ernst Krenek and Berthold Goldschmidt, conductors Lothar Zagrosek and John Mauceri, and musicologists Norman Lebrecht and Albrecht Dümling. The video also contains contemporary footage of Weimar Germany and Hollywood in the 1930s and ’40s.
Decca (1993)

Schönberg Institute Concert (25 October 1989) [V059; 77:30]
In October 1989 pianist Franghiz Ali-zadeh visited the Schönberg Institute and gave a concert of works including Schönberg’s Six Little Piano Pieces, op. 19. This video documents her performance and includes interviews with Leonard Stein and Nuria Schoenberg Nono following the concert.
Non-commercial (1989)

»Anton Webern: zum 100. Geburtstag« [V060; 65:00]
This commemorative broadcast is hosted by Cesar Bresgen and includes interviews with Ernst Krenek, Maria Halbich (Webern’s daughter), Hans Moldenhauer, and Peter Stadlen. Bresgen gives an overview of Webern’s career, his intellectual interests, and his relationship to Schönberg and Berg. The video also features performances of several Webern works. The Webern documentary is followed by an early French film by Réné Claire, after a story by Francis Picabia, with music by Eric Satie (»Entr’acte«).
Non-commercial (1983)

A Survivor from Warsaw; Kammersymphonie, op. 9 [V061; 31:35]
Horst Stein conducts Hermann Prey and the Bamberger Symphoniker in this performance of Schönberg’s A Survivor from Warsaw; and Erich Leinsdorf conducts the Orchester des Südwestfunks in the Kammersymphonie, op. 9.
Non-commercial (1984)

Schönberg piano concerto, op. 42 [V062; 33:50]
In this broadcast by the Netherlands Broadcasting Corporation, Mitsuko Uchida gives an intelligent and sensitive performance of Schönberg’s sole piano concerto. She is ably accompanied by the Rotterdam Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Jeffrey Tate. The performance is preceded by a 10-minute interview with Uchida in which she discusses the difficulties and pleasures of performing Schönberg’s work.
Non-commercial (1992)

Solidarity Song: The Hanns Eisler Story [V063; 84:20]
Hanns Eisler was one of the most politically engaged musicians of his generation, and his colorful career as composer and activist is recounted in this comprehensive documentary. Director Larry Weinstein draws on imaginative performances of Eisler’s works, archival film footage, and interviews with Eisler’s colleagues and family to create a memorable picture of Eisler’s contributions to music and his age.
Rhombus Media (1996)

Vienna: End of an Empire: Turn of the Century [V064; 54:00]
Vienna at the end of last century witnessed the short career of Hugo Wolf and the beginning of Gustav Mahler’s term as Court Opera director. In art and architecture Vienna was home to Gustav Klimt, the Secession artists, and Otto Wagner. These are the main themes discussed in this film, which also includes excerpts from performances of Mahler’s 4th and 5th Symphonies, his Kindertotenlieder, and a song by Wolf.
A Granada Production (1989)

Vienna: End of an Empire: The New Music [V065; 55:00]
This continuation of the two-part series examines the innovations of the Second Viennese School and includes excerpts from performances of Schönberg’s Ode to Napoleon, Berg’s Violin Concerto and Wozzeck, and a song by Webern. The discussion then turns to post-war composers, including Schönberg’s student, Alexander Goehr, and Messiaen’s students, Boulez and Stockhausen.
A Granada Production (1989)

Second Annual FASI Membership Party [V066; 56:00]
The Second Annual Membership Party for the Friends of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute was held at the Schönberg home on Rockingham, June 20, 1987. Pianist Jakob Gimpel and violinist Felix Galimir were honored with lifetime memberships to the Friends of the ASI.
Non-commercial (1987)

Third Annual FASI Membership Party [V067; 53:00]
On June 10, 1988 the Friends of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute granted honorary lifetime memberships to Grant Beglarian and Milton Babbitt. The party was held in the garden of the Schönberg home on Rockingham.
Non-commercial (1988)

Fourth Annual FASI Membership Party [V068; 82:40]
The Friends of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute held their fourth annual party on 10 June 1989 at the Rockingham home. Honorary lifetime memberships were awarded to Nicolas Slonimsky and Mel Powell. This video documents conversations and comments by party guests including Nuria Schoenberg Nono, David Raksin, Nicolas England, Randy Schoenberg, and Judith Rosen.
Non-commercial (1989)

Fifth Annual FASI Membership Party [V069; 85:30]
The Fifth Annual FASI Membership Party was held again at the Schönberg home on Rockingham in June 1990. Lifetime membership awards were granted to Pia Gilbert and Leon Kirchner. Judith Rosen, founding President of the Friends, introduces many of the party guests on this video recording.
Non-commercial (1990)

Sixth Annual FASI Membership Party [V070; 57:50]
The Hollywood Bowl was the site of the sixth annual Friends party in June 1991. At this event no lifetime memberships were granted but rather a new award for »Distinguished Patrons« was instituted and first granted to architect, William Alexander. At this occasion many tributes were also given to Leonard Stein, outgoing director of the ASI.
Non-commercial (1991)

Rudolf Nureyev [V071; 90:00]
This film traces Nureyev’s life beginning in his home town of Ufa near the Ural Mountains, between Moscow and Siberia. Nureyev’s sister, his head mistress, and the dance teacher who first discovered him all share their recollections. Nureyev’s dancing career has been extensively chronicled on film and television, and this biography incorporates archive material and documents Nureyev’s career with extracts from Le Corsaire, Sleeping Beauty, Marguerite and Armond, Apollo, Aureole, Don Quixote, Cinderella, and Pierrot Lunaire.
Antelope/Orfeo/Reiner Moritz (1991)

Glenn Gould: A Portrait [V072; 1:45:00]
This documentary examines the many roles Glenn Gould played as an explorer of the world of sound. He was more than an extraordinary pianist, he was an essayist, radio documentarian, film scorer and composer. This program contains interviews with his father, friends and colleagues, combined with performance footage that reflect his range of repertoire, including the works of Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Strauss, Prokofiev, Schönberg, Wagner, and his own piano transcriptions.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (1985)

The Glenn Gould Collection: II. Sonatas and Dialogues [V073; 59:00]
This documentary – part 2 in a series – features interviews with and performances by Glenn Gould, including excerpts of CBC and BBC programs from 1965. Gould is joined by violinist Yehudi Menuhin, and together they perform sonatas by Bach and Beethoven as well as the Schönberg Phantasy for Violin, op. 47.
Sony Classical (1992)

The Glenn Gould Collection: X. Rhapsodic Interludes [V074; 54:00]
Gould made his own transcriptions for piano of much orchestral repertoire, and in this compilation of performances and interviews he presents works by Richard Strauss, Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, and Arnold Schönberg (selections from Pierrot lunaire). This footage, taken from private films and CBC and BBC programs, dates from 1958 to 1974.
Sony Classical (1992)

Vienna 1900: Recollections of a Viennese Girl in Paris [V075;53:00 ]
Vienna 1900 uses a fictional character named Anna to narrate her experiences in turn-of-the-century Vienna. She sees elegance and tradition in the waltz and café culture, but she also notices the seeds of modernism in the architectural designs of Adolf Loos and Otto Wagner, in the writings of Hermann Bahr and Karl Kraus, in the psychotherapeutic explorations of Sigmund Freud, and in the music and painting of Arnold Schönberg. The film includes photos and live footage from the period.
RM Arts (1986)

Classic Visions: First Look [V076; 21:24]
This sampler of Adrian Marthaler’s Visions includes excerpts from works by Ravel, Saint-Saëns, Milhaud, Haydn, Mozart, Salieri, and Schönberg. The visual accompaniment to these musical selections is characteristically esoteric. Marthaler seems to be appealing to an audience more familiar with the music video than the concert hall.
Swiss Television DRS (1991)

The Visions of Adrian Marthaler: Classic Visions 3: Mozart, Schönberg [V077A; 50:44]
Mozart’s Eine kleine Nachtmusik is performed on this recording by the European Community Youth Orchestra. It is presented in a straightforward manner, showing the young people paying close attention to conductor James Judd as they play the work from memory. Schönberg’s Verklärte Nacht, op. 4, on the other hand, receives a more eccentric portrayal both musically and visually. Instead of choosing either the string sextet version or the string orchestra version of Op. 4, Marthaler (or Judd?) has chosen to splice the two versions together, using the orchestra as timbral and emotional reinforcement to the on-screen narrative. Marthaler interweaves fin-de-siècle themes found in the works of Klimt and Freud with the events of the Dehmel poem on which the work is based, creating a postmodern visual pastiche to accompany the fine performance given by the Brodsky Quartet and members of the Basel Symphony Orchestra.
Swiss Television DRS (1991)

Verklärte Nacht op. 4 (Film by Adrian Marthaler) [V077B; 32:50]
Film version of Arnold Schönbergs Verklärte Nacht op. 4 with Brodsky Quartet and Members of the Basel Symphony Orchestra.

The Music of Man: Programs 7 & 8 [V078; 2:00:00]
Program 7: The Known and the Unknown: Between the two World Wars the pace of life quickened. Jazz became enormously popular in both Europe and America. In classical music, Aaron Copland and Arnold Schönberg opened new horizons. Radio and sound movies popularized all forms of music, from Toscanini to the Big Bands. – Program 8: Sound or Unsound: The post-war explosion of music, impelled by the LP, the transistor radio and the television, has taken Western music beyond early jazz into folk, rock, and electronic music. Yet as old rules are questioned, man (sic) clings to the forms of music that will always remain rooted in the deepest instincts of his nature.
CBC Enterprises (1987)

Amerika [V079; 3:00:00]
This video encompasses four 45-minute programs intended for television broadcast. The theme, as the title reflects, is loosely organized around the topic »American music« – everything from Little Richard and the Rolling Stones to Dvorák and Ives appears with no guiding narration. Although it includes many interesting film clips and photos, none of the performers, films, or people interviewed is identified. The speakers interviewed often seem amateurish, and their comments are of little use without an extablished context.
Pinguin-Film

A Personal Search: For the Complementarity of Music and Visual Art [V080; 27:15]
Film and computer artist John Whitney demonstrates his ideas about the complementarity of music and visual art using computer-generated sound and graphics. Whitney describes the influences on his artistic development, influences which include Schönberg’s method of 12-tone composition.
Pyramid Film and Video (1992)

Multi-media exhibit (Vienna) [V081; 1:30]
The Arnold Schönberg multi-media exhibit, organized by Nuria Nono Schoenberg and Lawrence Schoenberg, was displayed in Vienna during September and October of 1996. This short news story gives footage of the exhibit in the Messepalast and includes an interview with Nuria Schoenberg regarding the possibility of moving the archive to Vienna.
Non-commercial (1996)

Pierrot lunaire (Richardson) [V082; 37:00]
Australian soprano Marilyn Richardson performs Pierrot lunaire as a succession of cabaret scenes in this commercial video. Richardson gave the first complete performance of the work in Australia in Sydney in 1959, and has since performed Pierrot extensively throughout Australia and Europe.
Jamari Films (1994)

Impact: USC School of Journalism [V083; 4:05]
Student reporter Susan Lenser completed a story on the Arnold Schoenberg Institute for a journalism project. Her report includes interviews with ASI director, Paul Zukofsky, and ASI archivist, Wayne Shoaf.
Non-commercial (1992)

Der Maler Arnold Schönberg [V084; 20:30]
Georg Eisler presents an introduction to the paintings and drawings of Schönberg. He discusses the artistic movments in Vienna at the beginning of the 20th century, as well as Schönberg’s relationships to artists Richard Gerstl and Wassily Kandinsky. The film includes footage from the Arnold Schoenberg Institute, Vienna’s Musikvereinsaal, and the house on Liechtensteinstrasse where Schönberg lived.
ORF (1989)

Vortragsabend Ufa 2004: Schönberg, George [V085; 36:41]
Concert dedicated to Arnold Schönberg and Stefan George, including »Buch der hängenden Gärten« op. 15. Deutsche Tage in Baschkortostan 14. – 21. Mai 2004
Non-commercial (2004)

Koalitionsschach, Probespiel [V086; 19:42]
On the occasion of the opening of the exhibition “Arnold Schönbergs Schachzüge – Dodekaphonie und Spielekonstruktionen” (Arnold Schönberg’s Brilliant Moves – Dodecaphony and Game Constructions) Stefan Kindermann, Tunk Hamarat, Hans Petschar, and Ernst Strouhal, played Arnold Schönberg’s Coalition Chess.
The chess board has 10 x 10 squares. This chess is played by four players: yellow and black are super powers, red and green are lesser powers. Each player is assigned space for formation.
Non-commercial (2004)

Arnold Schönberg 1874 – 1951 [V088; 27:54]
The Arnold Schönberg multi-media exhibit, organized by Nuria Nono Schoenberg and Lawrence Schoenberg, was displayed in Padova in 1998. This short documentary gives footage of the exhibit in Pallazzo del Monte.
Non-commercial (1998)

ZIB 2, 2. März 2005, »Der Maler Arnold Schönberg« [V089; 18:32]
The paintings and drawings of Arnold Schönberg, the composer, music theorist, painter, teacher, and mentor of classical modernism in music, were the subject of a major special exhibition at the Arnold Schönberg Center (3 March – 26 June 2005).
ORF (2005)

Treffpunkt, 8. März 2005, »Der Maler Arnold Schönberg« [V090; 7:43]
The paintings and drawings of Arnold Schönberg, the composer, music theorist, painter, teacher, and mentor of classical modernism in music, were the subject of a major special exhibition at the Arnold Schönberg Center (3 March – 26 June 2005). Including an interview with Nuria Schoenberg Nono.
ORF (2005)

Eröffnung der Ausstellung »Der Maler Arnold Schönberg« [V091; 58:10]
Opening of the exhibition »Arnold Schönberg, the Painter« at the Arnold Schönberg Center in Vienna, including speeches by Nuria Schoenberg Nono and Dr. Heinz Fischer, Austrian president.
Non-commercial (2005)

Mödling Open House, 1. Mai 2005 [V092; 73:56]
Ensemble Wiener Collage, conducted by René Staar, performing Arnold Schönberg’s Serenade op. 24 in the garden of the Schönberg House in Mödling near Vienna.
Non-commercial (2005)

Warten auf Godot [V093; 17:04]
Wiener Vorstadttheater / integratives theater österreichs, directed by Manfred Michalke.
Including Arnold Schönberg: Fünf Orchesterstücke op. 16
Non-commercial (2003)

Der biblische Weg (szenische Lesung) [V094; 103:10]
Arnold Schönberg’s zionist drama »The Biblical Way«, performed semi-staged at the Wiener Festwochen in 2001 (directed by Hermann Beil).
Non-commercial (2001)

Arnold Schönberg Center [V095; 5:55]
Photographs of Arnold Schönberg and his family, Home-Movies, video clips of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute and the Arnold Schönberg Center (during renovation)
Non-commercial (1998)

Pierrot lunaire [V096; 31:58]
Actress Maddalena Crippa performing Pierrot. Ensemble conducted by Walter Le Moli (Teatro Stabile di Parma, 1995). Directed by Peter Stein.
Non-commercial (1995)

Schönberg Trilogie [V097; 98:42]
Performance of Erwartung op. 17. Die glückliche Hand op. 18 and Von heute auf morgen op. 32 (De Nederlandse Opera, NPS 2005), directed by Pierre Audi, conducted by Oliver Knussen.
Non-commercial (2005)

Lenbachhaus München [V098; 25:40]
Japanese documentation on the Lenbachhaus in Munich, a museum dedicated to the pictorial works of »The Blue Rider«.
NHK (?)

Arnold Schönberg 1874 – 1951. Documentaire [V099; 26:00]
Documentary for ARTE, directed by Philippe Orreindy and Marie-Dominique Blanc-Hermeline.
ARTE (1998)

Arnold Schönberg. Werk und Persöndlichkeit [V100; 26:00]
Including Interviews with Nuria Schoenberg Nono, Michael Gielen, Gottfried von Einem, Rudolf Kolisch, Ernst Krenek.
ORF (1974)

VIP-Tipp [V101; 2:00]
Announcement of the »Schoenberg Festival« on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Schönberg’s death in Vienna (Arnold Schönberg Center, Konzerthaus, Wiener Staatsoper, Schönberg Haus Mödling). Including statements by pianist Stefan Vladar.
ORF (2001)

Los Angeles International Airport – Schwechat [V102; 6:30]
Private recording of the transfer of Arnold Schönberg’s legacy (formerly kept at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles) to Vienna. Arrival of containers at Vienna Airport.
Non-commercial (1998)

Hello Austria, Hello Vienna [V103; 2:00]
Austria's International TV-Magazine, Show 39/1998, feature on the Arnold Schönberg Center in Vienna.
ORF (2003)

Report, 12. April 2000 [V104; 8:40]
Including a short sequence about the exhibition »Schönberg – Kandinsky, Blauer Reiter und die russische Avantgarde« at the Arnold Schönberg Center in 2000.
ORF (2000)

Fremde Passagiere. Auf den Spuren von Viktor Ullmann [V105; 2:00]
Documentary on Arnold Schönberg’s pupil Viktor Ullmann from his time at Theresienstadt/Terezin until his deportation to Auschwitz.
ORF (2001), a commercial DVD has been released in 2003.

Willkommen Österreich [V106; 7:20]
Maddalena Crippa performing »Galathea«, a Cabaret Song by Arnold Schönberg. On the occasion of an upcoming performance at the Arnold Schönberg Center.
ORF (1998)

ZIB 1 - Kultur, 14. September 1999 [V107; 2:11]
Report on the lawsuit between the republic of Austria and the heirs of Adele Bloch-Bauer concerning restitution of Klimt paintings, formerly in Galerie Belvedere, including statements by Randol E. Schoenberg, grandson of Arnold Schönberg and attorney of Maria Altmann.
ORF (1999)

Schönberg auf der Baustelle [V108; 9:10]
Pre-opening event at the Arnold Schönberg Center. With music, performance, sound installations. Directed by Michael Sturminger and Christoph Wagner-Trenkwitz.
Non-commercial (1998)

Fest für Europa (Ein Überlebender aus Warschau [V109; 7:04]
Performance of Arnold Schönberg’s »A Survivor from Warsaw« op. 46 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Austrian Staatsvertrag on Heldenplatz in Vienna. Gottfried Hornik (narrator), Wiener Symphoniker.
ORF (2005)

3 Video Pieces [V110; 22:55]
Journal (David Felder), Begleitungsmusik zu einer Lichtspielszene op. 34 (Arnold Schönberg), The unanswered Question (Charles Ives). Designed and directed by Jaap Drupsteen. Radio Chamber Orchestra, Peter Eötvös (Holland Festival, 1999)
Non-commercial (1999)

Echo - Kandinsky - Echo [V111; 2:11]
Echo, [Wassily] Kandinsky, Echo: a stage triptych with performances of Kandinsky’s »Grüner Klang« and »Schwarz und Weiss«.
Berlin Hochschule der Künste, 1987
Non-commercial (1987)

Der gelbe Klang/Bilder einer Ausstellung [V112; 113:00]
Wassily Kandinsky: Der gelbe Klang, directed by Wolfgang Schön. Music by Thomas A. Hartmann (arrangement byGunther Schuller), Theater im National, Bern, 1987
Wassily Kandinsky – Bilder einer Ausstellung, reconstruction of the first performance at the Friedrich-Theater Dessau, directed by Martin Rupprecht. Music by Modest Mussorgsky. Sender Freies Berlin, 1984
Non-commercial (1984)

Eröffnung der Wiener Festwochen 1995 [V113; 89:19]
Opening night of the Wiener Festwochen with a performance of Arnold Schönberg’s »A Survivor from Warsaw« op. 46. Wiener Philharmoniker, conducted by Zubin Metha, Klaus Maria Brandauer (narrator).
ORF (1995)

Schönberg und Wagner Tage 1998 [V114; 41:20]
»Schönberg and Wagner«, Graz-Deutschlangsberg, 2–4 October 1998.
Students present their compositions. Including Schönberg op. 11 (played by Vesna Podruk).
Speeches by Heinrich Weyringer, Gerhard Brunner, Josef Lienhart, Helmut Strobl, Mathias Schmidt, Jürg Stenzl, Nuria Schoenberg Nono, Christoph Wagner-Trenkwitz, Claudia Maurer-Zenck, Reinhard Kapp.
Excerpt of »Moses und Aron« (Graz Opera)
Non-commercial (1998)

Ausstellung »Regards«, Paris 1995 [V115; 15:50]
Tour through the exhibition »Regards« (Arnold Schönberg’s paintings and drawings) at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville Paris.
Non-commercial (1995)

Report, 7. März 2006 [V116; 49:00]
Report on the lawsuit between the republic of Austria and the heirs of Adele Bloch-Bauer concerning restitution of Klimt paintings, formerly in Galerie Belvedere, including statements by Randol E. Schoenberg, grandson of Arnold Schönberg and attorney of Maria Altmann.
ORF (2006)

Nuria Schönberg/Stefan Litwin, Gesprächskonzert [V118; 127:00]
Lecture/Recital by Nuria Schoenberg-Nono and Stefan Litwin, piano
(Denmark, Humblebaek/Louisiana Museum of Art) Nuria Schoenberg-Nono, Arnold Schoenberg’s daughter and widow of the Italian composer Luigi Nono is joined by pianist Stefan Litwin.
Non-commercial (2002)

Chansons & Lieder II - Georg Schönberg [V119; 120:00]
Lectures by Nancy Bogen and Arnold Greissle (Arnold Schönberg’s grandson) on Arnold and Georg Schönberg; inlcluding music by Arnold (op. 19) and Georg Schönberg (Chansons).
Non-commercial (2001)

Österreichbild - »Wenn du nur schon bey mir waerest ...« [V120; 24:25]
Love stories from the Salzkammergut in Upper Austria, including footage of Traunkirchen, where Schönberg and his family spent their holidays, and a short feature on the affair, Schönberg’s wife Mathilde had with the painter Richard Gerstl.
ORF (2001)

Charles Dutoit’s Encyclopedia of Music for Young People [V121; 60:00]
Japanese TV-feature on Viennese classical music, introductory notes by Swiss conductor Charles Dutoit. Including music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Josef Schrammel, Johann Strauß, and Arnold Schönberg (Verklärte Nacht op. 4), including footage of Vienna (0:53:00)
Non-commercial (2005?)

Concerto - A Survivor from Warsaw op. 46 [V122; 77:00]
Claudio Abbado conducts John Shirley-Quirk and the European Community Youth Orchestra in this performance of Schönberg’s A Survivor from Warsaw.
Non-commercial (1994)

Schönberg Haus, Mödling [V123; 03:00]
Feature on the occasion of the opening of the Arnold Schönberg House in Mödling near Vienna in 1999. In March, 1997, as one of its founders, the International Schönberg Society deeds Arnold Schönberg’s residence in Mödling (1918-1925) to the newly founded Arnold Schönberg Center Private Foundation. Arnold Schönberg's composition classes in Mödling achieved historic importance with the development of the “Method of Composing with Twelve Tones Which are Related Only with One Another.” The house, which is a living monument for the intellectual activity of Schönberg’s Viennese circle, contains a museum (open to the public since September 1999). Including interviews with Richard Hoffmann and Christian Meyer.
RT (1999)

Leonard Stein im Interview [V124; 53:36]
Leonard Stein was a revered musical resource in Los Angeles. He was Arnold Schönberg’s teaching assistant at UCLA, personal assistant until 1951, edited Schönberg’s Style and Idea as well as other theoretical and musical works of Schönberg, and became founding Director of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute at the University of Southern California from 1975 until his retirement in 1991.
On the occasion of the move of the Institute from Los Angeles to Vienna, Leonard Stein has been interviewed by Christian Meyer.
Non-commercial (1998)

IInd Chamber Symphony op. 38B Leonard Stein und Johannes Marian [V125; 81:06]
Leonard Stein and Johannes Marian interpreting Arnold Schönberg: Kammersymphonie Nr. 2 für zwei Klaviere op. 38B at the occasion of the opening of the symposium “Arnold Schoenberg in America”.
Non-commercial (2001)

Leonard Stein, 1906–2004 [V126; 07:36]
Tribute to Leonard Stein, pupil and assistant of composer Arnold Schoenberg in Los Angeles. Compiled on the occasion of a memorial Tribute to Leonard Stein at the Arnold Schönberg Center in Vienna.
Non-commercial (2006)

Arnold Schoenberg in America, Round table, 2001 [V127; 77:15]
The Third International Symposium at the Arnold Schönberg Center was dedicated to the influence of Arnold Schönberg as composer, theorist and pedagogue in America. Schönberg's works from the 1930s and 40s have provoked controversy. Some have been irritated by the mixture tonal, atonal, and dodecaphonic compositional techniques, others by the prominence of religious and political sentiments in several of these pieces.
Arnold Schönberg.
Round table »Schoenberg Remembered«
Dika Newlin, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond
Richard Hoffmann, Oberlin College
Leonard Stein, Los Angeles
Nuria Schoenberg Nono and Lawrence Schoenberg, Venice and Los Angeles
Non-commercial (2001)

Hakoah Lischot/Watermarks; Yaron Zilberman (2004) [V128; 80:00]
“Watermarks” tells the story of champion women swimmers at Hakoah Vienna, the legendary Jewish sports club. Closed by the Nazis in 1938, Hakoah, which means strength in Hebrew, trained winning athletes in many sports for 30 years. Their women swimmers dominated Austria's national competitions for a generation. Sixty-five years later, Zilberman located and visited these vibrantly accomplished women, now in their 80s and living on three continents. These women - funny, smart, and brave - are the film's heart. Persuaded to reunite in Vienna, the former teammates share a moving and complex journey into the past. In the film, they swim together once more in their old competition pool.
In 1933 Arnold Schönberg wrote a series of Aphorisms for the Hakoah, to be published in 1934 in the “Nachrichtenblatt des Schwimmklub Hakoah”.
ORF (2004)

Schumann: Dichterliebe - Schönberg: Pierrot lunaire (2002) [V129; 2:06:00]
Dichterliebe - A story of Red and Blue Liederzyklus Op. 21 by Robert Schumann Dichterliebe, a film directed by Oliver Herrmann, is more than a simple account of a recital of Schumann's song cycle. As in the composer's time, the songs are performed in an intimate setting, placed in a low-lit night club in the centre of Berlin.
Soprano - Christine Schäfer Piano - Natascha Osterkorn
Produced by Robert Zimmermann / Edited & Directed by Oliver Herrmann
Pierrot Lunaire - One Night. One Life. based on Pierrot Lunaire Op. 21 by Arnold Schönberg
In this highly acclaimed Pierrot Lunaire - On Night. One Life. director Oliver Herrmann has created onscreen a surreal and grotesque modern-day metropolis through which Pierrot (Christine Schäfer) wanders like a ghost, adrift in the time and space.
Text by Albert Giraud/Otto Erich Hartleben
Pierrot - Christiane Schäfer/Ensemble Intercontemporain
Conducted by Pierre Boulez
Flute and Piccolo - Sophie Cherrier
Clarinet and Bass Clarient - Alan Damiens
Piano - Florent Boffard
Violin and Viola - Jeanne-Marie Conquer
Violoncello - Jean-Guihen Queyras
Produced by Robert Zimmermann
Directed by Oliver Herrmann
Sound Recording by courtesy of Deutsche Grammophon
Special Feature/Interview Christine Schäfer
Art House (2002)

Jakobsleiter; Uraufführung; Wien (1961) [V130; 80:00]
Rafael Kubelik and the Kölner Rundfunk-Sinfonie-Orchester performed the world premiere of Arnold Schönberg’s oratorio fragment “Die Jakobsleiter” at the Konzerthaus in Vienna (X. Internationales Musikfest der Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft, Sonderkonzert IGNM) on 16 June 1961, with soloists Günter Reich (Gabriel), Thomas Stewart (der Auserwählte), Josef Traxel (ein Berufener), Julius Patzak (ein Aufrührerischer), Hans Herbert Fiedler (ein Ringender), Helmut Krebs (der Mönch), Ilse Hollweg (der Sterbende, die Seele); Hamburger Rundfunkchor, Kölner Rundfunkchor
ORF (1961)

Schönberg/Schössow: Die Prinzessin [V131; 19:00]
Book-presentation of Arnold Schönberg’s fairy tale “Die Prinzessin” (The Princess), illustrated by Peter Schössow, at the Arnold Schönberg Center in Vienna, with Nuria Schoenberg Nono, Matthias Henke, Peter Schössow, and Christian Meyer.
Non-commercial (2006)

Arnold Schönberg – Ein Wiener kehrt heim (ASC, 1998) [V132; 30:00]
Documentary feature on the Arnold Schönberg Center in Vienna. Including interviews with Leonard Stein, pupil and assistant of Arnold Schönberg in Los Angeles, Christian Meyer, former director of the Arnold Schönberg Center, former city councellor Peter Marboe, as well as Schönberg’s children Nuria Schoenberg-Nono, Ronald and Lawrence Schoenberg.
ASC/ORF (1998)

Moses und Aron (Wiener Staatsoper, 2006) [V133; 2:23:00]
Daniele Gatti and the Wiener Staatsopernorchester performed Schönberg’s unfinished opera “Moses und Aron” at the Vienna State Opera with soloists Franz Grundheber (Moses), Thomas Moser (Aron), and the Wiener Staatsopernchor. Stage director: Reto Nickler; Video: fettFilm (Momme Hinrichs und Torge Möller)
Premiere: 3. Juni 2006
3-sat (2006)

Von heute auf morgen. Begleitmusik zu einer Lichtspielscene [V134; 78:00]
Schönberg’s opera Von heute auf morgen op. 32, directed by Jean-Marie Straub (1996) (62:00) / Michael Gielen (conductor), Radio-Sinfonieorchester Frankfurt, Richard Salter (Mann), Christine Whittlesey (Frau), Annabelle Hahn (Kind), Claudia Barainsky (Freundin), Ryszard Karczykowski (Sänger).
The next film, directed by Jean-Marie Straub, is an Introduction to Arnold Schoenberg's Accompaniment to a Cinematic Scene (17:00)
Commercial (2006)

Gurre-Lieder (semi-staged; Japan 2005) Seji Ozawa [V135; 1:57:02]
Seiji Ozawa and the Seito Kinen Orchestra performed Schönberg’s Gurre-Lieder (semi-staged) at Matsumoto Peforming Arts Center (Seito Kinen Festival) with soloists Thomas Moser (Waldemar), Christine Brewer (Tove), Michelle DeYoung (Waldtaube), John Mark Ainsley (Klaus Narr), Franz Grundheber (Bauer/Sprecher), and the Tokyo Opera Singers. Set and Lighting Design: Atsushi Moriyasu.
Non-commercial (2005)

Mozart und Schönberg (ASC, Ausstellung, 2006) [ V136; 08:30]
Documentary feature on the exhibition “Mozart and Schönberg” at the Arnold Schönberg Center (at the occasion of a sponsor event of the insurance company UNIQA). The special exhibition “Mozart and Schönberg – Viennese Classics and Viennese School” focuses on Schönberg’s stylistic evolution along the path from Viennese Classicism, and highlights the manifold artistic and theoretical reflections of the Viennese classical composers. Numerous documents from the archive illustrate the importance of Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven to Schönberg’s creative process and teaching. They also permit glimpses into Schönberg’s manner of composition, exemplified and contrasted with that of Wolfgang A. Mozart.
Non-commercial (2006)

Home Movies (long version without titles) [ V137; 12:55:00]
Includes Arnold Schoenberg Home Movies; George Gershwin Home Movies; Arnold Schoenberg conducting (from Philip Kahgan collection)

Moses und Aron (Straub) [ V138; 127:00]
Moses und Aron by Arnold Schönberg: this film by Jean-Marie Straub and Danielle Huillet uses Schönberg’s unfinished operatic score as the soundtrack for this dramatization filmed on location.
Symphonieorchester des Österreichischen rundfunks, Michael Gielen (conductor); Günter Reich (Moses); Louis Devos (Aron).
Commercial (2006)

Egon Wellesz im ORF-Fernseharchiv (Ausschnitte) [ V139; 15:36]
1. Interview with Emmy Wellesz, October 1985 on the occasion of Egon Wellesz' 100th birthday (ORF)
2. Egon Wellesz under discussion with Otto F. Beer on the occasion of his 85th birthday at the » Österreichische Gesellschaften für Musik« (ORF)
3. Franz Zoglauer under discussion with Emmy Wellesz on the occasion of Egon Wellesz' 100th birthday (ORF)

Salzburg und Umgebung [ V140; 55:53]
Historical film-documents showing the city of Salzburg and its environment.
(c) Film-Archiv Austria, 2001

Schoenberg Reminiscences [ V141; 18:56]
Two films, made on the occasion of Nuria Schoenberg's 75th birthday and Ronald Schoenberg's 70th birthday. About Arnold Schoenberg, remembered by his son Ronald and his daughter Nuria Schoenberg.

Recreation and Humor [ V142; 4:20]
Film made from material of multidedia exhibition. On Arnold Schoenberg's extramusical pursuits and humor.

Big Alma [ V143; 50:00]
Documentary about Alma Mahler.

Images to Accompany Music for a Film Scene by Arnold Schönberg [ V144; 10:40]
Film made for Arnold Schönbergs »Begleitungsmusik zu einer Lichtspielszene, made by Graham Parkes. (c) 2007

Lawrence Schoenberg on his brother Ronald Schoenberg [ V145]
Lawrence Schoenberg talks about his brother Ronald Schoenberg. Filmed in the Schoenberg Home, Brentwood Park. Private Recording.

Mozart und Schönberg [ V146; 9:30]
Film made for the exhibition »Mozart und Schönberg« at the Arnold Schönberg Center, September 2006 – September 2007

Richard Hoffmann on Arnold Schönberg [ V147; 61:00]
Richard Hoffmann, student and assistant of Arnold Schönberg, talking about his teacher, sitting at the piano in the Schönberg house in Mödling, 1998.

From Mao to Mozart [ V148; 114:00]
Murray Lerner's Oscar-winning film From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China chronicles the violinist's 1979 visit to China. Stern had accepted the government's invitation to attend a rehearsal and give one recital but instead wound up playing a formal concert, touring two cities, and teaching many master classes. Directed by Murray Lehner. (c) New Video Group 2001

Mughen Noh (Pierrot lunaire) [ V149; 14:15]
Japanese film on a performance of Pierrot lunaire, including elements of Noh-theatre. Directed by Akiko Nakajima. With Masakuni Asami (Noh-Dancer) and Niels Muus (Conductor)

Arnold Schönberg: Pelleas und Melisande op. 5 [ V150; 40:00]
Performance with Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, conducted by Claudio Abbado. Directed by Hans Hulscher. Produced by Euro Arts/Music International. (c) Arte 2007

Leonard Stein plays Arnold Schönberg [V151; 92:30]
Leonard Stein plays Schönberg's complete piano music on Schönberg's Ibach piano in the Schönberg house, Mödling. Talk with Richard Hoffmann about the music follows performance. 1998.

Die Stadtgängerin - Wohnen in Wien [ V152; 30:00]
Documentary on residential architecture in vienna. Contains historical film material from vienna, ca. 1920/30. (c) 3sat/ORF 2007.

Mödling Open House, 1. Mai 2007 [ V153; 45:00]
Private recording from Schönberg house, Mödling, mainly in the garden. Nederlands Vocaal Laboratorium performs works by Schönberg and others.

Schönberg house in Mödling [ V154; 43:00]
Location shots of the Schönberg house in Mödling.

Schönberg in Wien vor 1900. Zwischen Tradition und Moderne / Schönberg in Vienna before 1900. Between the Traditional and the Modern [V155a/b; 12:45]
German/English version of the film for the exhibition The Young Schoenberg, Arnold Schönberg Center, 14 September – 1 February 2008. Realized by Christoph Edtmayr.

Home Movies Sundays at Malibu Encinal [V156; 6:35]
Complete Version of first part from V034. It shows Schönberg and friends such as Ira Gershwin, Thomas Mann, Bertrand Russell, and Mischa Seligmann at a beach party in Malibu. Filmed by Serge Hovey, around 1938.

Tamara Hovey Gold on her lessons with Arnold Schoenberg [V157; 15:00]
Tamara Hovey Gold, student of Arnold Schoenberg in the early 1940s, talking about the time when she was studying with Schoenberg at UCLA. Filmed by Barbara Zeisl-Schoenberg, 2008.

Im Wienerwald. Genüsse und Geheimnisse [V158;4:00]
Documentary on Niederösterreich/Wienerland. A film by Brigitta Ashoff, Saarländischer Rundfunk 2008. With short passage on the Schönberg-House, Mödling.

Strindberg, Schönberg, Munch. Videos for the Special Exhibition [V159a; 30:00]
Two videos, realized by Christoph Edtmayr, for the Special Exhibition Strindberg Schönberg Munch. Nordic Modernism in Schoenberg's Vienna around 1900, Arnold Schönberg Center, 28 September 2008 – 18 January 2009: 1 - Arnold Schönberg: Texte Ideen Designs / August Strinberg: Aus den Blaubüchern (17:00); 2 - Strindberg Schönberg Munch. Nordische Moderne in Schönbergs Wien um 1900 (13:00).

City of Dreams. Vienna 1900 – 1935 [V160]
Films produced for a concert series of the Philharmonia Orchestra, London. Interviews with Christian Meyer, Footage from the Schönberg Center; Documentary on Arnold Schönberg's time in Vienna; Interview with conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen and Schoenberg-family.

Rossarzt der Seele, gib mir mein Lachen wieder! [V161; 45:00]
Peter Konwithschny stages Arnold Schönbergs Pierro lunaire op. 21, Leipzig 2008. With Young-Hee Kim (Sprechstimme) and Johannes Harneit (Conductor). Produced by SAT 1.

Gurre-Lieder [V162; 129:00]
Recording of Gurre-Lieder Performance, Bayerisches Fernsehen, 13/20 December 2009, directed by Brian Large. With Deborah Voigt (Tove); Mihoko Fujimura (Waldtaube); Stig Andersen (Waldemar); Herwig Pecoraro (Narr): Michael Volle (Bauer/Sprecher); NDR Chor, MDR Rundfunkchor Leipzig, Chor und Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunk; conductor: Mariss Jansons.

Wege zu Schönberg. Das Schönberg Quartett / Eugene Lehner erzählt [V163; 68:00]
German Version of The Journey to Schoenberg (V052).

Transfigured Night [V164; 27:33]
Ballet version of Verklärte Nacht op. 4, choregraphy by Jiri Kylián, with Nederlands Ballet Orchestra, conducted by Ed Spanjaard (1982).

Highlights - das Kulturmagazin. Star-Geigerin: Hilary Hahn [V165; 2:49]
Interview with Hilary Hahn at the Arnold Schönberg Center. ATV, 14 February 2010.

Moses und Aron. Ruhrtriennale 2009 – 11 [V166; 106:00]
Filmed performance of the opera "Moses und Aron" at the Jahrhunderthalle Bochum, Ruhrtriennale, WDR/arte 2009. With Dale Duesing (Mose); Andreas Conrad (Aron); Soloists; ChorWerk Ruhr; Bochumer Symphoniker; Michael Boder (conductor); directed by Willy Decker

Proms 2010. Berliner Philharmoniker / Sir Simon Rattle [V167; 113:32]
Concert with Berliner Philharmoniker / Sir Simon Rattle, and Karita Mattila, soprano. BBC 2010. With documentation on Schönberg, Berg and Webern in Vienna, directed by David Thompson.
1 - Wagner: Vorspiel zu Parsifal; 2 - Strauss: Vier letzte Lieder; 3 - Schönberg: Fünf Orchesterstücke op. 16; 4 - Webern: Sechs Orchesterstücke op. 6; 5 - Berg: Drei Orchesterstücke

Wassily Kandinsky. Der Klang der Farbe [V169; 50:00]
Directed bei Angela Lizius; Bayerischer Runfunk / arte 2008.

Hommage an die Abstraktion. 100 Jahre Begegnung Wassily Kandinsky und Arnold Schönberg [V170; 62:00]
Concert at the Arnold Schönberg Center, 20 January 2011 (Excerpt); Zemlinsky Quartet, Anna Maria Pammer, Sopran, Siegfried Mauser, Klavier, Rasmus Max Wirth and James Newton read from the correspondence between Arnold Schönberg and Wassily Kandinsky; with projections.

Richard Strauss: Elektra [V171; 109:00]
With Eva Marton, Brigitte Fassbaender, Cheryl Studer, Franz Grundheber; Chor und Orchester der Wiener Staatsoper / Claudio Abbad; Stage director: Harry Kupfer. Recording of a live performance from 1989. Arthaus Musik 2009.

Alban Berg: Wozzeck [V172; 97:00]
With Franz Grundheber, Hildegard Behrens, Walter Raffeiner, Philip Langridge, Heinz Zdenik, Aage Haugland; Chor und Orchester der Wiener Staatsoper / Claudio Abbado; Stage Director: Adolf Dresen. oRecordinf of a live performance from 1987. Arthaus Musik.

Gesamtkunstwerk Expressionismus [V173; 25:00]
Video produced for an exhibition at Mathildenhöhe Darmstadt. Mathildenhöhe Darmstadt / deutsches filmmuseum frankfurt am main 2010.

Von Heute auf Morgen. Teatro La Fenice, December 18th/20th 2008 [V174; 60:00]
With Georg Nigl (Husband), Brigitte Geller (Wife), Sonia Visentin (Friend), Mathias Schulz (Singer), Michelangelo d'Adamo (Child); Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice, Eliahu Inbal; Director: Andreas Homoki
Dynamic 2011

The Philharmonics. Waltzes by Johann Strauss arranged by Schoenberg, Berg & Webern [V175; 64:20]
The Philharmonics, an ensemble founded by members of the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra, play Strauss waltzes arranged by Schoenberg, Berg and Webern. Recorded live at Café Sperl in Vienna, 9 March 2011. Directed by Tilo Krause
Accentus Music / arte 2011

Gurrelieder [V176; 120:00; Bonus 30:00]
With Melanie Diener (Tove), Charlotte Hellekant (Waldtaube), Nikolai Schukoff (Waldemar), Francisco Vas (Klaus-Narr), José Antonio López (Bauer), Barbara Sukowa (Speaker); Cor Lieder Càmera, Cor Madrigal, Orfeó Català, Polifònica de Puig-Reig, Jove Orquestra Nacional de Catalunya, Joven Orquestra Nacional de Espana, Josep Pons; Igor Cortadellas (director and documentary video)
Fundació Jove Orquestra Nacional de Catalunya / Universal Music 2011

»Meine Zeit wird kommen ...« Gustav Mahler in den Erinnerungen von Nathalie Bauer-Lechner [V178; 56:00]
With Petra Morzé (Nathalie Bauer-Lechner), Robert Ritter (Gustav Mahler) etc. Written and directed by Beate Thalberg. ORF / BR / 3sat / bmukk / SF / unitel / tellux film 2010

Eric(h) Zeisl. An Unfinished Life [V179; 79:36]
Documentary on the composer Eric Zeisl. With Barbara Zeisl-Schoenberg, Karin Wagner, Malcom S. Cole etc. Written and directed by Herbert Krill. Vaughan Video KG 2012

Shadows in Paradise. Hitler's Exiles in Hollywood [V180; 55:00]
The documentary portrays the vibrant atmosphere of the Los Angeles German-speaking exile community during the 1930s and 1940s. The many émigrés who settled in southern California, such as Arnold Schönberg, Erich Wolfgang Korngol, Ernst Krenek, Thomas Mann, Bertolt Brecht and Fritz Lang, briefly transformed the area into one of the capitals of world culture, and profoundly altered the horizons of American music, literature, and the arts. Produced and directed by Peter Rosen.
WDR / Arte / PRP / Euroarts 2011

Konzert Ensemble Wiener Collage, 16 June 2009 [V181; 71:00]
With pieces by Ramon Lazkano, Johannes Maria Staud, Norbert Sterk (conducted by René Staar) and René Staar, Pierre Boulez, Arnold Schönberg (conducted by Pierre Boulez). film+co 2009

Roman Vlad: »Arnold Schönberg e l’Italia«, May 2010 [V182; 21:14]
The composer and festival director Roman Vlad talks about Arnold Schoenberg in Italy. Italian with German subtitles. Private recording 2010

Educational Visions 2007 [V183; 56:30]
Lecture by Lawrence Schoenberg. Arnold Schönberg Center, 29 August 2007. Private recording 2007

Schönberg kling schön! [V184; 85:00]
Educaton program for children aged 7 to 11, 26 April 2007. Private recording 2007

The Cobweb [V185; 125:00]
Motion picture, directed by Vincente Minelli. The film score was composed, conducted and orchestrated by Schönberg's student Leonard Rosenman. The music distinguishes itself by being the first predominantly twelve-tone score ever written for a motion picture. Schönberg's student Oscar Levant has an appearance, too. MGM 1955.

Concert Saint Denis, 19 June 2012 (Verklärte Nacht op. 4) [V186; 106:24]
Festival de Saint-Denis, Basilique Cathédrale, 19 June 2012. Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Daniel Harding, with Arnold Schönberg: Verklärte Nacht op. 4 and Franz Schubert: Messe in Es-Dur D590
Regie: Jérémie Cuvillier; © Festival de Saint Denis / Radio France / Arte

John Cage. Alles ist möglich [V187; 59:20]
Documentary about John Cage.
Script and Regie: Thomas von Steinäcker; Studio.TV.Film © 3Sat / ZDF 2012

Against the specialist [V188; 68:48+80:00]
Exhibition Austrian Cultural Forum New York, 12 September 2012. Interview with artists by Julia Fisher, Lecture by Christian Meyer.
Private recording, sound partly damaged.

100 Jahre Pierrot lunaire [V189; 97:56]
Konzerthaus Wien, 17 October 2012
Arnold Schönberg: Pierrot lunaire op. 21, with Barbara Sukowa, members of Berliner Philharmoniker, conducted by Michael Hasel
Uri Caine: Moonsongs, with Uri Caine Ensemble
Private recording.   

Europa-Konzert from Athens [V190; 127:00]
Herodes Atticus Odeon, Athens, 1 May 2004
Johannes Brahms: Piano Quartet No. 1 in G Minor op. 25, arranged by Arnold Schönberg. Berliner Philharmoniker, conducted by Sir Simon Rattle.
Regie: Bob Coles; Production: Paul Smaczny © Euroarts 2004/05

The Salzburg Concerts [V191; 125:00]
Großes Festspielhaus Salzburg, 13 August 2007
Arnold Schönberg: Variationen für Orchester op. 31. West Eastern Divan Orchestra, conducted by Daniel Barenboim.
Video director: Agnes Méth; Production: Bernhard Fleischer © Unitel/Major 2007/11

Tracking Pierrot [V192; 23:00]
Film by Aron Kitzig, with documentary by Ingo Woelke »Tracking Tracking Pierrot«
Earle Brown: Tracking Pierrot. Ensemble 29,46°, Manuel Nawri
© Testklang 2012

Mahlermania [V193; 100:00]
Live-Recording from at Tischlerei, Deutsche Oper Berlin, December 2012
With Arnold Schönberg's Arrangement of Gustav Mahler: Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Stage director: Nicola Hümpel; Stage design: Oliver Proske; Dramaturgy: Jörg Königsdorf; Video director: Susanna Boehm
A production of EurArts Music International in cooperation wi8th rbb & Arte © Euroarts 2014.

Östliche Romanze. Liederabend [V194; 60:00]
Concert at the Bundesverwaltungsgericht Leipzig 8 May 2013
Olena Tokar, soprano; Igor Gryshyn, piano | including: Arnold Schönberg: Vier Lieder op. 2
© Hochschule für Musik und Theater Leipzig 2014

Nacht und Verklärung. Spaziergang in Musik und Dichtung [V195; 64:00]
Concert performance with recitation of works by Schönberg, Dehmel, Wagner, Nietzsche and Schubert
Ensemble de Chambre de Strasbourg; Jacques Bachelier, reciter | including: Arnold Schönberg: Verklärte Nacht op. 4 (Arr. Steuermann)
© Ensemble de Chambre de Strasbourgh 2008

Der düstere Dandy - ein Abend mit Pierrot. Aus dem Leben eines alternden Geniessers [V196; 79:53]
Staged concert performance, arrangement of pieces by Schönberg, Max Kowalski, Johannes Schöllhorn, Otto Vriesland, Olivier Cuendet, Rico Gubler. Live recording 30 September 2007
Leila Pfister, Mezzosopran; Peter Schweiger, Sprecher; Ensemble TaG; Petra Ronner, piano;  | including: Arnold Schönberg: Pierrot lunaire op. 21
Directed by Olivier Cuendet; Production: Franziska Weber
ComMedia Video / Jost Nyffeler Bern