Suite For Piano, Op. 25 First Movement - Daniel T Politoske - Music [Second Edition]
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Arnold Schoenberg's Suite for Piano (German: Suite für Klavier), Op. 25, is a tone piece for piano composed between and The work is the earliest in which Schoenberg employs a row of "12 tones related only to one another" in every movement:  the earlier 5 Stücke, Op. 23 (–23) employs a tone row only in the final waltz movement, and the Serenade, Op.
Schoenberg experimented with the serialization of smaller groups of notes before applying the idea to all twelve; some of these experiments appear in the Five Piano Pieces, Op. Schoenberg's first compositions in the new, twelve-tone idiom were published in the Suite for Piano. Op. 25, in which each of the six pieces is dodecaphonic.
Universal Edition Belmont Music Publishers the Serenade Op. 24 and the Suite for piano Op. 25 during the time up to it would doubtless be a fine model for the last movement of the Suite, a work replete with innovative drive and yet tellingly attuned to musical history and tradition.