Schoenberg's theory of "composition with twelve tones" dominated international composition through most of the 20th century — and this edition collects the first steps of the composer's revolution. Pelleas und Melisande
(1902) reveals Schoenberg's expanding chromatic language while Five Orchestral Pieces
renounces motivic connections as well as tonality.
Reprint of Five Orchestral Pieces, C. F. Peters, Leipzig, 1912, and Pelleas und Melisande, Universal Edition, Vienna, 1912.
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