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The Classical Serialism Dictonary Page on Classic Cat

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... of pieces. Contents 1 Basic definitions 1.1 Twelve-tone serialism 1.2 Non-twelve-tone serialism 2 History of serial music 2.1 Twelve-tone music 2.2 Serialism and high modernism 2.3 Reactions to and against serialism 3 Theory of twelve-tone ...


The Classical Dictionary Page at Classic Cat

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... lation Rehearsal Renaissance music Resolution Rests Rhythm Riff Ritornello Romantic music S Scale Scale degree Semitone Serialism Set_theory Sheet music Simultaneous Solo Sonata form Spectral music Staccato Staff Stage fright Subdominants ...


The Classical Serialism Dictonary Page on Classic Cat

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... or only for some sections of pieces. Contents 1 Basic definitions 1.1 Twelve-tone seri-alism 1.2 Non-twelve-tone serialism 2 History of serial music 2.1 Twelve-tone music 2.2 Serialism and high modernism 2.3 Reactions to and against ...


The Classical Music theory Dictonary Page on Classic Cat

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... The term serialism does not necessarily refer only to twelve-tone technique, especially in the German language; many composers have explored serialism using fewer than 12 notes, repeating tones inside of the row, serialism of microtonal ...


The Classical Atonality Dictonary Page on Classic Cat

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... of music : pitch, attack character, intensity, and duration) of Olivier Messiaen , would be taken as the inspiration for serialism (du Noyer 2003, 272). Atonality emerged as a pejorative term to condemn music in which chords were organized ...


The Classical Hexachord Dictonary Page on Classic Cat

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... Combinatoriality Hexachordal complementation Mystic chord Sources ^ Whittall, Arnold. 2008. The Cambridge Introduction to Serialism , p.23. Cambridge Introductions to Music. New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-86341-4 ...


The Classical Interval class Dictonary Page on Classic Cat

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... Atonal Theory . ISBN 0-02-873160-3 . For forumala definitions only. Whittall, Arnold (2008). The Cambridge Introduction to Serialism . New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-68200-8 (pbk). Further reading Friedmann, Michael ...


Aaron Copland Books

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... populism of the Great Depression and the urgencies of World War II, to postwar political backlash and the rise of serialism in the 1950s and the cultural turbulence of the 1960s. Continually responding to an ever-changing political and ...


The Classical Tropes Dictonary Page on Classic Cat

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... zur Musikwissenschaft 28. Regensburg: G. Bosse. ISBN 3-7649-2219-2 Whittall, Arn-old. 2008. The Cambridge Introduction to Serialism . Cambridge Introductions to Music. New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-86341-4 (hardback) ...


The Classical Tone row Dictonary Page on Classic Cat

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... as in Arabic music . Musical set theory Unified field Side-slipping Sources ^ Arnold Whittall, The Cambridge Introduction to Serialism , Cambridge Introductions to Music (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008): 2. ISBN 978-0-521-68200 ...


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