The Resource Twentieth-century music : a history of musical style in modern Europe and America, Robert P. Morgan

Twentieth-century music : a history of musical style in modern Europe and America, Robert P. Morgan

Label
Twentieth-century music : a history of musical style in modern Europe and America
Title
Twentieth-century music
Title remainder
a history of musical style in modern Europe and America
Statement of responsibility
Robert P. Morgan
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Morgan, Robert P
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
ML197
LC item number
.M675 1990
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The Norton introduction to music history
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Music
  • Style, Musical
  • Musique
  • Style musical
  • Music
  • Style, Musical
  • Muziek
  • História da música (século 20)
  • Musique
  • Musik
Label
Twentieth-century music : a history of musical style in modern Europe and America, Robert P. Morgan
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction. The nineteenth-century musical background -- pt. I. Beyond tonality : from 1900 to World War I -- 1. The historical context : Europe at the turn of the century -- 2. Some transitional figures -- Austria : Mahler -- Germany : Richard Strauss -- Busoni -- Pfitzner -- Reger -- France : Debussy -- Satie -- Russia : Skryabin -- 3. The atonal revolution -- Schoenberg -- Schoenberg as theorist and teacher -- Webern -- Berg -- 4. New tonalities -- Stravinsky -- Bartók -- 5. Other European currents -- Russia : Rachmaninov and others -- Italy : the futurists -- Czechoslovakia : Janáček -- Hungary : Kodály -- Scandinavia : Sibelius and Nielsen -- France : Ravel -- 6. Beyond the continent -- Music in England -- Vaughan Williams -- Holst -- Charles Ives and American music
  • pt. II. Reconstruction and new systems : between the wars -- 7. The historical context : Europe after World War I -- 8. Neo-classicism -- The "new spirit" in France -- Satie -- Les Six -- Poulenc -- Milhaud -- Honegger -- Stravinsky and neo-classicism -- Bartók -- 9. The twelve-tone system -- Schoenberg -- Webern -- Berg -- 10. The influence of politics -- Germany -- Hindemith -- Weill -- Russia -- Prokofiev -- Shostakovich -- 11. Other Europeans -- Italy : Casella, Malipiero, and Dallapiccola -- Germany : Orff -- Austria : Hauer -- Krenek -- Poland : Szymanowski -- Czechoslovakia : Hába -- Spain : Falla -- 12. England after World War I -- Walton -- Britten -- Tippett -- 13. The United States -- The new American traditionalists -- Copland -- Sessions -- The experimental tradition in American music -- Cowell -- Partch -- Varèse -- 14. Latin America -- Villa-Lobos -- Chávez -- Ginastera -- Other Latin Americans
  • pt. III. Innovation and fragmentation : from World War II to the present -- 15. The historical context : the world and World War II -- 16. Integral serialism -- The postwar compositional mood -- The serial revolution in France : Messiaen and Boulez -- Serialism in Germany : Stockhausen -- American serialism : Babbitt -- Stravinsky and serialism -- 17. Indeterminacy -- Cage and other Americans -- Indeterminacy in European music -- Notational innovations -- 18. Innovations in form and texture -- The implications of serialism and indeterminacy -- From pointillism to group composition -- Textural music -- New instrumental resources -- Stochastic music -- Corresponding developments in American music -- 19. The new pluralism -- The post-serial age -- Quotation and collage -- Jazz, rock, and popular influences -- Ethnic sources -- 20. A return to simplicity : minimalism and the new tonality -- Minimalism -- The rediscovery of tonality -- Microtonality -- 21. Music and the external world -- New approaches to language -- Extensions in music theater -- Multimedia -- Traditional opera -- The encroachment of reality -- Environmental music -- Music and politics -- 22. Developments in technology : electronic music -- Antecedents -- Musique concrète -- Electronic studios -- Synthesizers -- Live and electronic mixtures -- Live electronic music -- Computer music -- The impact of technology on twentieth-century music -- 23. Epilogue : music today -- The current musical scene -- The culture of musical pluralism -- Musical tradition today -- A glimpse at the future
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xvii, 554 pages
Isbn
9780393952728
Lccn
90006986
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)21228669
  • (OCoLC)ocm21228669
Label
Twentieth-century music : a history of musical style in modern Europe and America, Robert P. Morgan
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction. The nineteenth-century musical background -- pt. I. Beyond tonality : from 1900 to World War I -- 1. The historical context : Europe at the turn of the century -- 2. Some transitional figures -- Austria : Mahler -- Germany : Richard Strauss -- Busoni -- Pfitzner -- Reger -- France : Debussy -- Satie -- Russia : Skryabin -- 3. The atonal revolution -- Schoenberg -- Schoenberg as theorist and teacher -- Webern -- Berg -- 4. New tonalities -- Stravinsky -- Bartók -- 5. Other European currents -- Russia : Rachmaninov and others -- Italy : the futurists -- Czechoslovakia : Janáček -- Hungary : Kodály -- Scandinavia : Sibelius and Nielsen -- France : Ravel -- 6. Beyond the continent -- Music in England -- Vaughan Williams -- Holst -- Charles Ives and American music
  • pt. II. Reconstruction and new systems : between the wars -- 7. The historical context : Europe after World War I -- 8. Neo-classicism -- The "new spirit" in France -- Satie -- Les Six -- Poulenc -- Milhaud -- Honegger -- Stravinsky and neo-classicism -- Bartók -- 9. The twelve-tone system -- Schoenberg -- Webern -- Berg -- 10. The influence of politics -- Germany -- Hindemith -- Weill -- Russia -- Prokofiev -- Shostakovich -- 11. Other Europeans -- Italy : Casella, Malipiero, and Dallapiccola -- Germany : Orff -- Austria : Hauer -- Krenek -- Poland : Szymanowski -- Czechoslovakia : Hába -- Spain : Falla -- 12. England after World War I -- Walton -- Britten -- Tippett -- 13. The United States -- The new American traditionalists -- Copland -- Sessions -- The experimental tradition in American music -- Cowell -- Partch -- Varèse -- 14. Latin America -- Villa-Lobos -- Chávez -- Ginastera -- Other Latin Americans
  • pt. III. Innovation and fragmentation : from World War II to the present -- 15. The historical context : the world and World War II -- 16. Integral serialism -- The postwar compositional mood -- The serial revolution in France : Messiaen and Boulez -- Serialism in Germany : Stockhausen -- American serialism : Babbitt -- Stravinsky and serialism -- 17. Indeterminacy -- Cage and other Americans -- Indeterminacy in European music -- Notational innovations -- 18. Innovations in form and texture -- The implications of serialism and indeterminacy -- From pointillism to group composition -- Textural music -- New instrumental resources -- Stochastic music -- Corresponding developments in American music -- 19. The new pluralism -- The post-serial age -- Quotation and collage -- Jazz, rock, and popular influences -- Ethnic sources -- 20. A return to simplicity : minimalism and the new tonality -- Minimalism -- The rediscovery of tonality -- Microtonality -- 21. Music and the external world -- New approaches to language -- Extensions in music theater -- Multimedia -- Traditional opera -- The encroachment of reality -- Environmental music -- Music and politics -- 22. Developments in technology : electronic music -- Antecedents -- Musique concrète -- Electronic studios -- Synthesizers -- Live and electronic mixtures -- Live electronic music -- Computer music -- The impact of technology on twentieth-century music -- 23. Epilogue : music today -- The current musical scene -- The culture of musical pluralism -- Musical tradition today -- A glimpse at the future
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xvii, 554 pages
Isbn
9780393952728
Lccn
90006986
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)21228669
  • (OCoLC)ocm21228669

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