listening test 2 - Composer Debussy B 1862 D 1918 1 There...

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Composer Debussy B. 1862 D. 1918 1. There is no strong tonal center to his music 2. He starts with one orchestration in order to change the idea he changes the orchestration. 3. English horn outlines a tritone unstable used as a color- without worrying about resolving it 4. uses octonic scales with no need to resolve 5. Harp and flute used to resemble gamolan. History 1. Programmatic however it is not true program music 2. worked for von mech getting Russian influence 3. her was a critic and a publisher this is how he earned his living Composer Arnold Schoenberg B. 1874 D. 1951 1. Developing variation and most subsidiary voice evolve from germinal motives 2. Non-repetitive this extends to the instrumental grouping/combinations of instruments unique. 3. integration of harmony and melody collection of pitches could be transposed 4. Chromatic saturation all 12 tones of the scale within a segment of music History 1. A part of the 2 nd Viennese school 2. immigrated because of what was happening to the Jews
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course MUS 361 taught by Professor Scott during the Spring '08 term at Washington State University .

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