Pierrot-lunaire



[pee-uh-roh loo-nair; French pye-roh ly-ner] /ˌpi əˈroʊ luˈnɛər; French pyɛ roʊ lüˈnɛr/

noun
1.
a cycle of 21 songs (1912) for voice and instruments, by Arnold Schönberg, written in Sprechgesang style and set to poems of Albert Giraud in German translation.

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