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The Resource Introduction to contemporary music, Joseph Machlis

Introduction to contemporary music, Joseph Machlis

Label
Introduction to contemporary music
Title
Introduction to contemporary music
Statement of responsibility
Joseph Machlis
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1906-
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Machlis, Joseph
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • music
Index
index present
LC call number
ML197
LC item number
.M11 1979
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Music
  • Music appreciation
Label
Introduction to contemporary music, Joseph Machlis
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 661-668) and index
Contents
  • New concepts in sonority
  • (1908-), Benjamin Britten
  • (1913-1976), Karlheinz Stockhausen
  • (1928-), Pierre Boulez
  • (1925-)
  • Four representative American composers
  • John Cage
  • (1912-) Elliott Carter
  • (1908-), Milton Babbitt
  • (1916-), George Crumb
  • (1929-)
  • New conceptions of form
  • Dictionary of contemporary composers and their recorded works
  • Appendices
  • Basic concepts
  • Texts and translations of vocal works
  • A reading list of books and articles on twentieth-century music
  • Synoptic table
  • Before World War I
  • (1900-1914)
  • After Romanticism
  • The postromantic generation
  • Gustav Mahler
  • (1860-1911)
  • Richard Strauss
  • (1864-1949)
  • The first revolution
  • Other composers of the postromantic era
  • Impressionism
  • The impressionist movement
  • Impressionist methods
  • Claude Debussy
  • (1862-1918)
  • Maurice Ravel
  • (1875-1937)
  • Other impressionists--
  • Away from impressionism : Erik Satie
  • The old and the new
  • (1866-1925)
  • Three revolutionary works
  • Bela Bartok : Allegro Barbaro
  • Igor Stravinsky : Le sacre du printemps
  • Arnold Schoenberg : Pierrot lunaire
  • Between the wars
  • (1920-1940)
  • The central group
  • New trends: the flight from romanticism
  • The new classicism
  • The classic-romantic tradition
  • Igor Stravinsky
  • (1882-1971)
  • Two works by Stravinsky
  • Bela Bartok
  • (1881-1945)
  • Two works by Bartok
  • Paul Hindemith
  • Les six
  • The Russians
  • Sergei Prokofiev
  • Melody in twentieth-century music
  • (1891-1953)
  • Dmitri Shostakovitch
  • (1906-1976)
  • Twelve-tone music
  • Arnold Schoenberg
  • (1885-1951)
  • Two works by Schoenberg
  • Alban Berg
  • (1883-1945)--
  • Anton Webern
  • Harmony in twentieth-century music
  • (1883-1945)
  • Other significant figures
  • Loes Janacek
  • (1854-1928)
  • Ralph Vaughan Williams
  • (1872-1958)
  • Kurt Weill
  • (1900-1950)
  • Other European composers between the wars (I)
  • Other European composers between the wars (II)
  • New conceptions of tonality
  • The American scene
  • Music in America
  • American impressionists
  • Charles Ives
  • (1874-1954
  • (1874-1954)
  • The twenties
  • Edgard Varese
  • (1883-1965)
  • Carl Ruggles
  • Rhythm in twentieth-century music
  • (1876-1971)
  • Experimental composers of the twenties
  • The thirties
  • George Gershwin
  • (1898-1937)
  • Aaron Copland
  • (1900-)--
  • Roger Sessions
  • (1896-)
  • Other composers between the wars : Douglas Moore, Walter Piston, Virgil Thomson, Howard Hanson, Roy Harris, Randall Thompson, others
  • Texture in twentieth-century music
  • Latin America : Heitor Villa-Lobos, Carlos Chavez, others
  • The second revolution
  • After World War II
  • The postwar scene
  • European masters in America
  • New trends
  • New sounds
  • Aspects of music
  • Aspects of new music
  • Four representative European composers : Olivier Messiaen
Control code
ocm04496437
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xxv, 694 p.
Isbn
9780393090260
Lccn
78010327
Other physical details
ill., music
Label
Introduction to contemporary music, Joseph Machlis
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 661-668) and index
Contents
  • New concepts in sonority
  • (1908-), Benjamin Britten
  • (1913-1976), Karlheinz Stockhausen
  • (1928-), Pierre Boulez
  • (1925-)
  • Four representative American composers
  • John Cage
  • (1912-) Elliott Carter
  • (1908-), Milton Babbitt
  • (1916-), George Crumb
  • (1929-)
  • New conceptions of form
  • Dictionary of contemporary composers and their recorded works
  • Appendices
  • Basic concepts
  • Texts and translations of vocal works
  • A reading list of books and articles on twentieth-century music
  • Synoptic table
  • Before World War I
  • (1900-1914)
  • After Romanticism
  • The postromantic generation
  • Gustav Mahler
  • (1860-1911)
  • Richard Strauss
  • (1864-1949)
  • The first revolution
  • Other composers of the postromantic era
  • Impressionism
  • The impressionist movement
  • Impressionist methods
  • Claude Debussy
  • (1862-1918)
  • Maurice Ravel
  • (1875-1937)
  • Other impressionists--
  • Away from impressionism : Erik Satie
  • The old and the new
  • (1866-1925)
  • Three revolutionary works
  • Bela Bartok : Allegro Barbaro
  • Igor Stravinsky : Le sacre du printemps
  • Arnold Schoenberg : Pierrot lunaire
  • Between the wars
  • (1920-1940)
  • The central group
  • New trends: the flight from romanticism
  • The new classicism
  • The classic-romantic tradition
  • Igor Stravinsky
  • (1882-1971)
  • Two works by Stravinsky
  • Bela Bartok
  • (1881-1945)
  • Two works by Bartok
  • Paul Hindemith
  • Les six
  • The Russians
  • Sergei Prokofiev
  • Melody in twentieth-century music
  • (1891-1953)
  • Dmitri Shostakovitch
  • (1906-1976)
  • Twelve-tone music
  • Arnold Schoenberg
  • (1885-1951)
  • Two works by Schoenberg
  • Alban Berg
  • (1883-1945)--
  • Anton Webern
  • Harmony in twentieth-century music
  • (1883-1945)
  • Other significant figures
  • Loes Janacek
  • (1854-1928)
  • Ralph Vaughan Williams
  • (1872-1958)
  • Kurt Weill
  • (1900-1950)
  • Other European composers between the wars (I)
  • Other European composers between the wars (II)
  • New conceptions of tonality
  • The American scene
  • Music in America
  • American impressionists
  • Charles Ives
  • (1874-1954
  • (1874-1954)
  • The twenties
  • Edgard Varese
  • (1883-1965)
  • Carl Ruggles
  • Rhythm in twentieth-century music
  • (1876-1971)
  • Experimental composers of the twenties
  • The thirties
  • George Gershwin
  • (1898-1937)
  • Aaron Copland
  • (1900-)--
  • Roger Sessions
  • (1896-)
  • Other composers between the wars : Douglas Moore, Walter Piston, Virgil Thomson, Howard Hanson, Roy Harris, Randall Thompson, others
  • Texture in twentieth-century music
  • Latin America : Heitor Villa-Lobos, Carlos Chavez, others
  • The second revolution
  • After World War II
  • The postwar scene
  • European masters in America
  • New trends
  • New sounds
  • Aspects of music
  • Aspects of new music
  • Four representative European composers : Olivier Messiaen
Control code
ocm04496437
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xxv, 694 p.
Isbn
9780393090260
Lccn
78010327
Other physical details
ill., music

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