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Webern, Anton (1883-1945)

Anton Webern (1912). Public Domain

Alternative last name spellings
Alternative first name spellings: Anton Friedrich Wilhelm Webern. Anton Von Webern
Alias: –

Music is natural law as related to the sense of hearing


Description: Anton Webern was an Austrian composer, conductor and musicologist, member of the Second Viennese School. He is one of the best known exponents of dodecaphonism, and imposed the basis of serialism.
Sex: Male Occupation: Musicologist, Composer, conductor.
Place of Birth / Death: Vienna, Austria / Mittersill, Salzburgo, Austria.
Country Tags: Austria
Periods: 19th Century. 20th Century Genres: Symphonic music, Orchestral music, Choral music, Chamber music, Vocal music, Instrumental music, Concert, Opera.
Styles: Post-Romanticism, Dodecaphonism, Serialism, Avant-Garde. School / Group: The Second Viennese School.
Instruments: – Relatives: –
Patrons: – Master: Arnold Schoenberg. Guido Adler.



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External links



  • Burkholder, J. Peter. Jay Grout, Donald. Palisca, Claude V. (2015). Historia de la música occidental. Madrid: Alianza música.
  • Carr, Jonathan (1998). Mahler: A Biography. Woodstock, NY: The Overlook Press.
  • Michels, Ulrich. (1992) Atlas de música, vol. 2. Madrid: Alianza Editorial.
  • Moldenhauer, Hans (1961). The death of Anton Webern; a drama in documents. Philosophical Library. United States.
  • Morgan, Robert P. (1999). La música del siglo XX. Madrid: Akal.
  • Onnen, Frank. (1967). Enciclopedia de la música. Madrid: Afrodisio Aguado.
  • Pajares Alonso, Roberto L. (2010). Historia de la Música en 6 bloques. Madrid: Visión libros
  • Ross, Alex. (2013). El ruido eterno. Escuchar al siglo XX a través de su música. Barcelona: Seix Barral.
  • Turina, Joaquín. (2000). Enciclopedia abreviada de la música. Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva.