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Luigi Dallapiccola - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Ferruccio Busoni would figure prominently in his later work, but his biggest influence would be the ideas of the Second Viennese School , which he encountered in the 1930s, particularly Alban Berg and Anton Webern . Dallapiccola's ...


Modernism (music) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Post-Impressionism Postminimalism Postmodernism Reactionary modernism Metamo-dernism Remodernism Romanticism Second Viennese School Structural film Surrealism Symbolism Synchromism Tonalism v t e Musical modernism Genres and techniques ...


Octatonic scale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... used, respectively containing all, and only, the notes of each of these scales. Liszt was to become an idol of the Russian school, and starting with Glinka 's opera Ruslan and Lyudmila (first performed 1842) the diminished scale was ...


Trope (music) - 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 ...


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 ). ...


Duration series - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Ernst Krenek Bruno Maderna Donald Martino Luigi Nono Juan Carlos Paz George Perle Henri Pousseur Humphrey Searle Second Viennese School Alban Berg Arnold Schoenberg Anton Webern Roger Sessions Nikos Skalkottas Karlheinz Stockhausen Richard ...


American Five - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... New Jewish School Neue Einfachheit Cologne School Ny Enkelhed New York School composers Notre Dame school Oeldorf Group Roman School Saint Martial school Serbo-Byz-antine school Les Six The Turkish Five Venetian School Viennese School First ...


Punctualism - 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 ...


Composition school - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Dame school Oeldorf Group Roman School Saint Martial school Serbo-Byzantine school Les Six The Turkish Five Venetian School Viennese School First Viennese School Second Viennese School Third Viennese School Retrieved from " http://en.wikip ...


Fortepiano - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... today in specialist workshops. Contents 1 Construction 2 Sound 3 History 3.1 Cristofori 3.2 Silbermann fortepianos 3.3 Viennese school of builders 3.3.1 Stein 3.3.2 Other builders 3.4 English builders 3.4.1 Zumpe/Shudi 3.4.2 Backers/Broadw ...


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