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by Joseph N. Straus,Jonathan Dunsby

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Joseph N. Straus,Jonathan Dunsby
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Its theme was 20th century music and theory, especially after the 1950s .

Its theme was 20th century music and theory, especially after the 1950s. Five guest lecturers discussed theoretical, historical and philosophical aspects of this theme in six articles. Its theme was 20th century music and theory, especially after the 1950s. Music-Theoretical Strategies on 20th Century Music (Collected Writings of the Orpheus Institute).

Its theme was 20th century music and theory, especially after the 1950s

Its theme was 20th century music and theory, especially after the 1950s. In "Music-Analytical Trends of the Twentieth Century," Jonathan Dunsby discusses key features in the development of music analysis from prestructuralist to postmodern times. Joseph N. Straus describes different ways in which intervallic and motivic ideas of the musical surface in atonal music are projected over larger spans.

John Rink (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press), 225-36. Chamber Music and Piano’, The Cambridge History of Nineteenth-Century Music, ed. Jim Samson (Cambridge, CUP), 500-21. Memory’, ‘Performance’, The Revised New Grove Dictionary of Music (NGIl) (London, Macmillan).

The period from 1979 to 1982 was a key developmental time for Rihm. Starting from his time in Rome as recipient of the German Art Academy Fellowship, he commenced a series of works some of which were not completed until a year or more after his return from Italy.

In Music-Analytical Trends of the Twentieth Century, Jonathan Dunsby discusses key features in the .

In Music-Analytical Trends of the Twentieth Century, Jonathan Dunsby discusses key features in the development of music analysis from prestructuralist to postmodern times. In Music-Analytical Trends of the Twentieth Century, Jonathan Dunsby discusses key features in the development of music analysis from prestructuralist to postmodern times.

Collected writings of the Orpheus Institute ;

Collected writings of the Orpheus Institute ; General Note: Conference held Ap.

Dunsby, . Straus, Joseph . Knockaert, . Paddison, Max. & Boehmer, K. (2004). In Leuven: Leuven University Press. (2003). Stravinsky as devil: Adorno's three critiques'. In The Cambridge Companion to Stravinsky.

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Ships from and sold by Cherry Books. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items. Thomas Christensen is Professor of Music and the Humanities at the University of Chicago. Series: Collected Writings of the Orpheus Institute (Book 9). Paperback: 136 pages. ISBN-13: 978-9058678287.

Order and Disorder is the result of the first International Orpheus Academy for Music Theory, held in 2003. Its theme was 20th century music and theory, especially after the 1950s. Five guest lecturers discussed theoretical, historical and philosophical aspects of this theme in six articles. In "Music-Analytical Trends of the Twentieth Century," Jonathan Dunsby discusses key features in the development of music analysis from prestructuralist to postmodern times. Joseph N. Straus describes different ways in which intervallic and motivic ideas of the musical surface in atonal music are projected over larger spans. Yves Knockaert investigates the controllability of non-intention in Cage's work, the compositional approach of Morton Feldman's "floating thoughts" and the "raw state" of Wolfgang Rihm's music of the 1980s. In "Nature and the Sublime: the Politics of Order and Disorder in Twentieth-Century Music," Max Paddison exposes a history of the concept of nature in relation to music with some references to literature and the visual arts. Konrad Boehmer analyses several aspects of the political economy of music in "Music and Politics." In "Towards a Terza Prattica," he focuses on the perspectives of the paradigmatic change which electric music has caused.