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Atonality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


... sometimes used to describe music that is neither tonal nor serial , especially the pre- twelve-tone music of the Second Viennese School , principally Alban Berg , Arnold Scho-enberg , and Anton Webern ( Lansky, Perle, and Headlam 2001 ). ...

Arnold Schoenberg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


... composer and painter, associated with the expressionist movement in German poetry and art, and leader of the Second Viennese School . With the rise of the Nazi Party , by 1938 Schoenberg's works were labelled as degenerate music ...

Serialism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


... Modes of limited transposition Octatonic scale Whole tone scale Genres and schools Twelve-tone technique Row List Second Viennese School Serialism Spectral music Tech-niques and concepts Chromaticism Cyclic set Dissonant counterpoint ...

Classical period (music) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


... Baroque/Classical transition c. 1730–1760 3.2 Circa 1750–1775 3.3 Circa 1775–1790 3.4 Circa 1790–1820 4 First Viennese School 5 Classical influence on later composers 6 Classical period instruments 6.1 Strings 6.2 Woodwinds 6.3 ...

Semitone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


... Inversion Retrograde inversion Multiplication Notable composers Milton Babbitt Pierre Boulez Josef Matthias Hauer Second Viennese School Alban Berg Arnold Schoenberg Anton Webern Charles Wuorinen ... more ... All-interval twelve-tone row ...

Milton Babbitt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


... music with Philip James and Marion Bauer . There he became interested in the music of the composers of the Second Viennese School and went on to write a number of articles on twelve tone music , including the first description of combinato ...

Anton Webern - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


... listen ) ; 3 December 1883 – 15 September 1945) was an Austrian composer and co-nductor . He was a member of the Second Viennese School . As a student and significant follower of Arnold Schoenberg , he became one of the best-known ...

George Perle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


... "twelve-tone tonality". This technique was different from, but related to, the twelve-tone technique of the Second Viennese School , [ 2 ] of which he was an "early admirer" and whose techniques he used aspects of but never fully adopted. ...

Avant-garde music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


... Minimal music Musique concrète New Complexity No wave Noise music Post-rock Prog-ressive rock Rock in Opposition Second Viennese School Serialism Spectral music Stoch-astic music Textural music Totalism Twelve-tone technique Literature and ...

Musical form - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


... rather than acted—by the singers. The sonata, symphony, and concerto were all devel-oped by major composers of the Viennese school ( Haydn , Mozart and Beethoven primarily) along the same formal lines into distinctively musical forms ...

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