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Mit welchem Werk hat Martin Luther die größte Wirkung erzielt, in seiner Zeit und bis heute? Nicht mit den 95 Thesen gegen den Ablass, auch nicht mit seiner Bibelübersetzung, sondern mit seinen 36 geistlichen Liedern, die allesamt aus den praktischen Bedürfnissen der Gemeinden entstanden und sich unvergänglich ins protestantische Gedächtnis eingeschrieben, eingesungen haben.
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Franz Schreker conducted the premiere of the work in Vienna on 23 February 1913. By this time, Schoenberg was disenchanted with the style and character of the piece and was even dismissive of its positive reception, saying „I was rather indifferent, if not even a little angry. I foresaw that this success would have no influence on the fate of my later works. It would be wrong to assume that Schoenberg considered Gurre-Lieder a composition of no merit, however. A few months after the premiere he wrote to Wassily Kandinsky, „I certainly do not look down on this work, as the journalists always suppose. The Dutch first performance, directed by Schoenberg himself, was in March 1921 in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. A performance of Gurre-Lieder without intermission runs over an hour and a half.

Riccardo Chailly’s 1990 Decca recording, for example, lasts more than 100 minutes and takes two compact discs. The cantata is divided into three parts. Whereas the first two parts are scored for solo voices and orchestra only, the third part introduces a further two soloists, a narrator, three four-part male choruses as well as a full mixed chorus. Waldemar for Tove and the theme of misfortune and impending death are recounted in nine songs for soprano and tenor with orchestral accompaniment. A long orchestral interlude leads to the Wood Dove’s Song which tells of Tove’s death and Waldemar’s grief.

Waldemar calls his dead vassals from their graves. The undead’s restless roaming and savage hunt around the castle at night is thunderously depicted by the male chorus, until the horde, driven by the radiance of the sunrise, recedes back into death’s sleep. Princeton Glee Club, Fortnightly Club, Mendelssohn Club, Philadelphia Orchestra Chorus. Cor Lieder Càmera, Cor Madrigal de Barcelona, Orfeó Català, Polifònica de Puig-Reig. Dika Newlin: Bruckner, Mahler, Schoenberg, rev. Aidan Soder: „Sprechstimme in Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire. Schoenberg’s Gurrelieder in Full Glory“ by George Loomis, The New York Times, 15 September 2014.

The 9 April performance was released on two ‚Pearl‘ CDs in 1993. 5 May 1932, Discography of American Historical Recordings, s. Achenbach, „Michael Gielen conducts Schoenberg’s Gurrelieder“, classicalsource. Arnold Schönberg: Gurrelieder, Universal Edition Nr. Vocal Das Buch der hängenden Gärten, Op.