The Early Works of Arnold Schoenberg, 1893–1908

  PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  A NOTE ON ABBREVIATIONS

 collapse sectionPART I—  SCHOENBERG AND THE BRAHMS TRADITION, 1893–1897
 expand sectionChapter One—  The "Brahms Fog":  A Context for Early Schoenberg
 expand sectionChapter Two—  The Instrumental Works
 expand sectionChapter Three—  The Songs

 collapse sectionPART II—  EXPANDED TONALITY, EXPANDED FORMS 1899–1903
 expand sectionChapter Four—  The Dehmel Settings of 1899
 collapse sectionChapter Five— Verklärte Nacht , op. 4 (1899)
 Form in Verklärte Nacht
 Thematic Style and Structure
 Tonal-Harmonic Relationships
 The Tonal-Formal Structure and Revisions of Part II
 expand sectionChapter Six— Gurrelieder (1900–1901)
 expand sectionChapter Seven— Pelleas und Melisande , op. 5 (1902–1903)

 collapse sectionPART III—  "THE DIRECTION MUCH MORE MY OWN," 1904–1908
 expand sectionChapter Eight—  The First String Quartet, op. 7 (1904-1905)
 expand sectionChapter Nine—  The First Chamber Symphony, op. 9 (1906)
 expand sectionChapter Ten—  The Second Chamber Symphony, op. 38, and the Second String Quartet, op. 10 (1906–1908)

  APPENDIX OF LONGER MUSICAL EXAMPLES
  BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS CITED
 expand sectionINDEX OF SCHOENBERG'S COMPOSITIONS AND WRITINGS
 expand sectionGENERAL INDEX

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