What defines something as "modern" in music?.
Can something such as a work of art be
considered modern music if it was composed a hundred years ago?
What is the relationship between time, or temporality, and modernity music?
Do the cultural and creative activities and products of today project a spirit of modernism music?
How is it different from or contrary to early twentieth-examples of modernism?
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