Music Since the First World War

Music Since the First World War

Book - 1977
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This survey of the most significant modern composers and their techniques has become a standard work on the constantly shifting musical developments during the greater part of the twentieth century. In a concise and accessible narrative, Whittall examines the continued but declining commitmentto tonality, twelve-note serialism, and the gradual emergence of new aesthetic attitudes and concepts of musical form.
Publisher: London : J.M. Dent, c1977.
ISBN: 9780460042550
Branch Call Number: 780.904 Whi
Characteristics: vii, 277 p. :ill.


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