“Two people are walking through a bare, cold wood; the moon keeps pace with them and draws their gaze. The moon moves along above tall oak trees, there is no wisp of cloud to obscure the radiance to which the black, jagged tips reach up.”
Arnold Schönberg’s Transfigured Night highlights a program of music transformed and transcribed from the original score.
Adagio arr. for violin (clarinet and piano)
Sonata No. 2 for violin and piano, Op. 100 (for clarinet and piano, arr. R. Woolfrey)
Hungarian Folk Melodies (vor violin and cello, arr. K. Kraeter)
Verklärte Nacht (for violin, cello and piano)
op. 4 (arr. E. Steuermann)