Anton Webern

Arranged by Wallace McKenzie
Edited by Wallace McKenzie
Full Score - Large
Performing Ensemble: String Quartet
Instrumentation: Violin I, Violin II, Violin I, Cello, Cello, Violin II, Viola, Viola
Item Number: BE5F
Number of Pages: 16
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print


Quick Overview

Rondo, one of the early Webern works discovered by Hans Moldenhauer, is a romantic piece in one kaleidoscopic movement. This title is available as a set of score and parts together (previously the study score was available separately from the set of parts). First performed by the Philadelphia String Quartet on August 1, 1968, during the Fourth International Webern Festival at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. Rondo is classic of early 20th-century string chamber music.


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Arranger McKenzie, Wallace
Editor McKenzie, Wallace