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Claude Debussy
1862-1918
Aaron Copeland
1900-1990
Pulcinella
1920 Stravinsky
Maurice Ravel
1875-1937
Absolute music
Music that has no literary, dramatic, or pictorial program; also, pure music; music expressively self-sufficient and intelligible without the aid of a text or a program.
Jean Cocteau
1889-1963. French poet, writer, artist, and film maker.
Richard Strauss
1864-1949
Dada
a movement in art and literature based on deliberate irrationality and negation of traditional artistic values
Paul Hindemith
1895-1963
Bela Bartok
1881-1945
Le Sacre
1913 Stravinsky
World War I
1914-1918
Igor Stravinsky
1882-1971
Sprechstimme
A vocal style in which the melody is spoken at approximate pitches rather than sung on exact pitches. The Sprechstimme was developed by Arnold Schoenberg.
Cage
1912-1992
Anton von Webern
1883-1945
Revue Blanche
THE Revue Blanche was an influential literary and artistic journal published in Paris by the brothers Thadée, Alexandre, and Alfred Natanson from 1891 to 1903
Arnold Schoenberg
1874-1951
Pierrot Lunaire
1912 Schoenberg. Known for use of sprechtstimme
Additive rhythm
Patterns of beats that subdivide into smaller, irregular groups (e.g., 2 + 3 + 2 + 3 = 10)
The Futurist Manifesto
1909 Marinetti. Founding essay of Futurism movement. Anti romanticism, embracing loud, fast, new, cities, and all that made modern comforts possible.
Alban Berg
1885-1935
Craft of Musical Composition
Paul Hindemith 1937. Written while professor of music at Berlin Hoschchule fur musik
Social realism
Social Realism is a form of naturalistic realism focusing specifically on social problems and the hardships of everyday life. The term most commonly refers to the urban American Scene artists of the Depression era,