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Twentieth-century music : an introduction 4th ed

Twentieth-century music : an introduction 4th ed (3회 대출)

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Salzman, Eric.
서명 / 저자사항
Twentieth-century music : an introduction / Eric Salzman.
판사항
4th ed.
발행사항
Upper Saddle River, NJ :   Prentice Hall ,   c2002.  
형태사항
xiv, 337 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
총서사항
Prentice-Hall history of music series
ISBN
0130959413 9780130959415
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Music -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
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CONTENTS
FOREWORD = ⅸ
PREFACE = xi
part one Introduction = 1
 1 TWENTIETH-CENTURY MUSIC AND THE PAST = 1
  Bibliographical Notes = 6
part two The Breakdown of Traditional Tonality = 7
 2 THE SOURCES = 7
  Bibliographical Notes = 15
 3 THE REVOLUTION : PARIS = 17
  Debussy = 20
  After Debussy = 24
  The Russians = 26
  Bibliographical Notes = 30
 4 THE REVOLUTION : VIENNA = 33
  Schoenberg = 33
  Berg and Webern = 37
  Bibliographical Notes = 43
part three The New Tonalities = 45
 5 STRAVINSKY AND NEO-CLASSICISM = 45
  Bibliographical Notes = 52
 6 NEO-CLASSICISM AND NEO-TONALITY IN FRANCE = 54
  Ravel = 55
  D'Indy and Roussel = 57
  "Les Six" = 57
  Bibliographical Notes = 61
 7 THE DIFFUSION OF NEO-CLASSICISM AND NEO-TONALITY = 62
  Hindemith and Gebrauchsmusik = 62
  The Diffusion of Neo-classicism = 65
  Bibliographical Notes = 67
 8 NATIONAL STYLES = 69
  Eastern Europe : Bart$$o'$$k = 70
  Eastern Europe : Hungary, Poland, and Czechoslovakia(Czech Republic) = 74
  Eastern Europe : Russia = 76
  Northern Europe : Scandinavia = 79
  Northern Europe : Great Britain = 81
  Southern Europe : Italy and Spain = 83
  Latin America = 85
  The United States = 87
  Bibliographical Notes = 91
 9 OPERA AND MUSICAL THEATER = 95
  Puccini and Verismo = 96
  The Wagnerian Tradition and Expressionist Opera = 97
  The Mixed Genre and Chamber Opera = 101
  Opera in English = 106
  Bibliographical Notes = 107
part four Atonality and Twelve-tone Music = 111
 10 THE VIENNESE SCHOOL = 111
  Schoenberg and the Twelve-tone Idea = 111
  Berg and Webern = 117
  Bibliographical Notes = 120
 11 THE DIFFUSION OF TWELVE-TONE MUSIC = 123
  Central Europe = 124
  Elsewhere in Europe = 125
  The United States = 129
  Bibliographical Notes = 132
part five The Avant-garde = 133
 12 INTRODUCTION : BEFORE WORLD WAR Ⅱ = 133
  Sources = 135
  Ives = 136
  Other Innovators ; Var$$\bprime e$$se = 139
  Cowell : Non-Western Influences = 145
  Bibliographical Notes = 146
 13 TECHNOLOGICAL CULTURE AND ELECTRONIC MUSIC = 149
  The Background = 150
  Principal Centers = 152
  Bibliographical Notes = 155
 14 ULTRA-RATIONALITY AND SERIALISM = 157
  Babbitt and American Serialism = 158
  European Serialism = 159
  Bibliographical Notes = 162
 15 ANTI-RATIONALITY AND ALEATORY = 163
  Cage and His "School" = 163
  Bibliographical Notes = 168
 16 THE NEW PERFORMED MUSIC : THE UNITED STATES = 170
  The New Virtuosity in America = 172
  "Third Stream" : The New Performance Practice = 178
  Bibliographical Notes = 180
 17 POST-SERIALISM : THE NEW PERFORMANCE PRACTICE IN EUROPE = 182
  Stockhausen = 183
  Boulez = 186
  Italy = 188
  Xenakis and Eastern Europe = 190
  Bibliographical Notes = 192
part six Post-modernism = 195
 18 BEYOND MODERN MUSIC = 195
  The Setting for Post-modernism = 196
  The Transition from Modern to Post-Modern : Happenings, Concept Art, and New Ensembles = 198
  Sound as Image : Music and Language = 204
  Bibliographical Notes = 207
 19 BACK TO TONALITY = 210
  The Darmstadt Controversy = 210
  Minimalism = 213
  Neo-Romanticism in America = 219
  Neo-Expressionism and New Tonality in Europe = 222
  Bibliographical Notes = 229
 20 POPULAR AND WORLD MUSIC = 231
  Jazz and Rock = 231
  Non-Western Currents and New Age Music = 238
  Bibliographical Notes = 243
 21 MEDIA AND THEATER = 246
  Introduction = 246
  Media and Multi-media = 247
  Performance Art and Music-Theater = 253
  The New Musical Culture = 262
  Bibliographical Notes = 263
APPENDIX : MUSIC EXAMPLES = 265
INDEX = 327


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