Definition of Schoenberg, Arnold in English:

Schoenberg, Arnold

proper noun

  • (1874–1951), Austrian-born American composer and music theorist. His major contribution to modernism was the development of atonality and serialism. He introduced atonality into his second string quartet (1907–8), while Serenade (1923) is the first example of the technique of serialism.

Pronunciation

Schoenberg, Arnold

/ˈʃəːnbəːɡ/