Chapter23.1+_4_11_

Chapter23.1+_4_11_ - Coming events: Nothing new to report;...

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Coming events: Nothing new to report; keep checking the Course Calendar on the class website.
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Finishing up with electronic music in the earlier 20 th century:
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Theremin, played by Leon Theremin c. 1920
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Theremin Advertising Collage
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The RCA Theremin
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Ondes Martenot with Speakers c. 1928
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Early Ondes Martenot
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The Legendary Hammond B-3 Organ c. 1934
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The Legendary Leslie Speaker System
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The RCA Mark II Synthesizer: a Whole Roomful in the late 1950s
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Milton Babbitt and the RCA Mark II
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By Barbara Russano Hanning Based on J. Peter Burkholder, Donald J. Grout, and Claude V. Palisca, A History of Western Music , Eighth Edition Concise History of Western Music Fourth Edition The Robert Moog Synthesizers: 1964 and beyond
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The (trans-)Portable Moogs
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The Mini-Moog c. 1972
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Electronic tone production since the 1970s Polyphonic synthesizers could play more than one note at a time 1966: first sequencers; mass marketed in the 1980s MIDI standard Samplers 1960s: used electronic organ technology 1970s: tape-based Late 1980s: computer-based.
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By Barbara Russano Hanning Based on J. Peter Burkholder, Donald J. Grout, and Claude V. Palisca, A History of Western Music , Eighth Edition Concise History of Western Music Fourth Edition Chapter 23 Music, Politics, and the People in the European Twentieth Century
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PRELUDE
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Music and politics in the nineteenth century Some writers felt that music transcended politics Musicology focused on the styles and procedures of past music, not on its social functions, but classical music still could not escape its association with the social elite and nationalism.
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Audience reception Twentieth-century composers were concerned by the gap between modernism and audiences They began to compose in more
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course MUS 2116 taught by Professor Howell during the Spring '07 term at Virginia Tech.

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