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Atonality and an analysis of Atonal Composers Schoenberg and Webern

Atonality and an analysis of Atonal Composers Schoenberg and Webern

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Atonality is a break from the traditions of key, harmony, pitch, and scale; it is a new way of achieving a piece’s unity. An explanation of the evolution of atonality, the 12-tone method, historical backgrounds of the atonal composers Schoenberg and Webern, and analysis of both Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire and Webern’s Five Pieces for Orchestra Op.10, provides an effective way for listeners to fully understand and attempt to appreciate this form of music.
Atonality is a break from the traditions of key, harmony, pitch, and scale; it is a new way of achieving a piece’s unity. An explanation of the evolution of atonality, the 12-tone method, historical backgrounds of the atonal composers Schoenberg and Webern, and analysis of both Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire and Webern’s Five Pieces for Orchestra Op.10, provides an effective way for listeners to fully understand and attempt to appreciate this form of music.

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Published by: CRAIG_FREESE on Oct 04, 2012
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