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Noisy Nora (full orchestra with narrator) by David Keeffe : Work : ...

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... the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work: The compositi-onal style might be described as "serialism with a grin". 12-tone techniques have been used to produce a broadly consonant and symmetric work. Commission ...


Malcolm Williamson's organ works: 'fascinating music, ripe ...

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... London with his family before settling permanently in Britain. There he studied with Eli-sabeth Lutyens, a noted exponent of serialism, and later with Erwin Stein (a pupil of Sch-oenberg and friend of Benjamin Britten). Williamson was ...


Teaching Contemporary Music : Blog Article : Australian Music Centre

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... to understand. But the 20th and 21st centuries have given rise to an extraordinary variety of different styles, from serialism and ‘new complexity’ to minimalism and the influences of world music, jazz and rock. Understanding that ...


Creativity and crisis: some thoughts on self-management : Feature ...

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... This paradox exists in creative work where planning and spontaneity do, at times, battle. In music, one might think of both serialism and minimalism as examples of strategic plans and, sometimes, alas, just as dull. It seems to me that a ...


Composing against the tide : Feature Article : Australian Music ...

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... composed, and used an unoriginal and copied idiom. Did these composers venture into the compositional trends of the time - serialism, neo-classicism, used modes of their own devising? Or was it because the music was badly composed and had ...


Book: Views across the moat / edited by Marguerite Boland and Allan ...

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... or extraordinary coincidence? / Greta Mary Hair -- Recurring imagery as a structural device (and a free approach to serialism) in the song cycle 'Music in the Mirabell Garden' by Larry Sitsky / Lawrence Whiffin -- Harmonic ...


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