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Atonality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... 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

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... 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

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... 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

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... 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

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... 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

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... 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

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... 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

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... "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

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... 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

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... 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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