Music 101 Notes 3-31-08

Music 101 Notes 3-31-08 - Neoclassical-took old music and...

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Music 101 Notes 3/31/08 Modernism o Extension of romanticism o In terms of history, a little bit different o Romanticism isn’t just about romance, modernism isn’t just about modern Historical era You can listen to something without musicians right in front of you Technology Life in general is speeding up Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) o Represents modernist composers o Became known with a set of ballet scores o “The Rite of Spring”, “Firebird” o Later career includes a neoclassical period and serialist period.
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Unformatted text preview: Neoclassical-took old music and made it modern Serialism Ballets Russes o Serge Diaghilev (impresario) Really good at starting groups Found people who worked well together Started ballets russes o Vaslav Nijinsky (choreographer) Rite of Spring (1913), score by Stravinsky warm at the end of the mysterious phrase at the beginning o Primitivism Rite of Spring o Scores provided by. Many different composers...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course MUSI 101 taught by Professor Robbins during the Spring '08 term at UVA.

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