Student ID_ Due February 20, 2008 Chapter Preview Chapter 31 part 2: Modernism and the Classical Tradition, Stravinsky, Bartok 1. Outline Stravinsky's life. Was he one of the diapsora that emigrated? What countries did he live in before arriving in t
Student ID:_ Chapter 33/2 Preview Between the World Wars: The Classical Tradition DUE MONDAY, March 31 1. What were the two new trends in American composition? (2) Experimentalist or ultramodernist focused on developing new musical resources America
What is verismo? Name composers associated with it and some notable examples of it.
Verismo is a 19th century operatic movement that presents everyday people in familiar situations, often depicting sordid or brutal events. Composers associated with
Arnold Schoenberg I was born in Vienna and began to take violin lessons at the age of eight; I began to teach myself composition by imitating the music that I heard. After my father passed away I was very lucky to have Alexander von Zemlinsky who was
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 worryi