Dreimal sieben Gedichte aus Albert Girauds "Pierrot lunaire" ("Three times Seven Poems from Albert Giraud's 'Pierrot lunaire'"), commonly known simply as Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21 ("Moonstruck Pierrot" or "Pierrot in the Moonlight"), is a melodrama by Arnold Schoenberg. It is a setting of 21 selected poems from Albert Giraud's cycle of the same name as translated to German by Otto Erich Hartleben.
Pierrot Lunaire is a music studio album recording by PIERROT LUNAIRE (Prog Folk/Progressive Rock) released in 1974 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Pierrot Lunaire started their recording career with a really interesting album. The predominantly acoustic instrumentation, the delivery of pleasant melodic lines all throughout the repertoire, and the lack of a specific drummer (guitarist Vincenzo Caporaletti handles drum duties in some pieces) are the clear symptoms of a bucolic orientation of the band's prog offering, not unlike Celeste, for example.
Complete your Pierrot Lunaire collection. Pierrot Lunaire – Pierrot Lunaire. Style: Folk Rock, Art Rock, Avantgarde, Prog Rock. Pierrot Lunaire (LP, Album, Promo).
Album · 1991 · 22 Songs. Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21, Part I. Mondestrunken. Ensemble Musique Oblique, Marianne Pousseur & Philippe Herreweghe. 2. Colombine. 3. Der Dandy. 4. Eine Blasse Wäscherin. 5. Valse de Chopin
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After the second album Pierrot Lunaire ceased to exist as a group. Stalteri and Chiocchio were involved in Emma Muzzi Loffredo's Tu ti nni futti album from 1976, also on It label, while Gaio Chiocchio and Jacqueline Darby collaborated in 1977 with the American composer Kay Hoffman on her album Floret silva. Arturo Stalteri released an instrumental solo album in 1979, André sulla luna. Gaio Chiocchio became musical director for the It label, subsequently forming the electro pop Effetto Notte in the 80's and had a solo single in 1982 on RCA subsidiary Una Sors Coniunxit. MP Records issued in 2011 a CD, entitled Tre, containing some songs recorded in 1978 for the never-released third album, along with some alternative recordings of old tracks and a series of cover versions of Pierrot Lunaire songs played by other artists.
Pierrot lunaire: rondels bergamasques (Moonstruck Pierrot: bergamask rondels) is a collection of fifty poems published in 1884 by the Belgian poet Albert Giraud (born Emile Albert Kayenburgh), who is usually associated with the Symbolist Movement. The protagonist of the cycle is Pierrot, the comic servant of the French Commedia dell'Arte and, later, of Parisian boulevard pantomime. Arnold Schoenberg and Pierrot lunaire. Re-enter Giraud: the French poems renascent. Beyond both Giraud and Hartleben: Pierrot lunaire reimagined.
|1||–Il Segno Del Comando||Lady Ligeia|
|2||–Gran Turismo Veloce||Il Re Di Raipure|
|3||–Sciarada||Dietro Il Silenzio|
|5||–Claudio Milano, Feat. Liir Bu Fer*||Gallia|
|6||–Central Unit||Giovane Madre|
|8||–Pierrot Lunaire||Sonde In Profondità (Versione Alternativa)|
|9||–Pierrot Lunaire||Mein Armer Italiener|
|10||–Pierrot Lunaire||TRE: Soldato|
|11||–Pierrot Lunaire||TRE: Cilla|
|12||–Pierrot Lunaire||TRE: What'D You Say|
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