“Eisler’s album of songs composed in exile, later entitled the Hollywood Songbook, contains settings that cover all his compositional styles. Today it has become common practice for a selection of some 40 of… Continue reading
Arnold Schoenberg’s letter of condolence to Erich Wolfgang Korngold after the death of his father, the equally revered and feared critic Julius Korngold.
Erich Wolfgang Korngold playing ‘Pierrots Tanzlied’ (from his 1920 opera Die tote Stadt) at a party in Hollywood.
The autograph score of Eisler’s ‘Über die Dauer des Exils’… his 1939 setting of Brecht (a poem also set by the Austrian exile pianist and composer Eduard Steuermann).
Schoenberg’s obituary of Mahler, courtesy of www.schoenberg.at