Schoenberg

[ US /ˈʃoʊnbɝɡ/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States composer and musical theorist (born in Austria) who developed atonal composition (1874-1951)
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How To Use Schoenberg In A Sentence

  • Schoenberg got it right: serialism is the result of a neo-Classical impulse, not a Romantic one. Naming of Parts
  • Arnold Schoenberg is undoubtedly one of the most important western composers in the twentieth century.
  • In Example 105 Schoenberg creates a beautifully delicate harmony, which seems to float along on a distant astral plane.
  • In Example 105 Schoenberg creates a beautifully delicate harmony, which seems to float along on a distant astral plane.
  • In time the best of Schoenberg will, of course, survive and time will discover the proper values.
  • The documentary section is dominated by a complete translation of the 1912 Festschrift, the first discrete publication devoted to Schoenberg.
  • In the early twentieth century, however, composers led by [Arnold] Schoenberg began to rally against the traditional conventions of music to produce compositions which lack tonal centres, known as atonal music. The Atonal President
  • Out of this dialectical imitation, this not wholly fictive dialogue, Schoenberg's twelve-tone sonata locates itself in the German tradition, which is made to anticipate and authorize his development of that tradition.
  • Formative influences included a flamboyant teacher who assigned nonclassical pieces, as well as a galvanizing encounter with the music of Schoenberg and other modernists at Pomona College in California. A Pianist Evolves With Her Instrument
  • He also for a brief time came under the influence of Schoenberg and wrote serial music, all of which (if I remember right) he destroyed.
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