Schonberg

[ US /ˈʃɑnbɝɡ/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States composer and musical theorist (born in Austria) who developed atonal composition (1874-1951)
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  • Some products of the avant-garde keep their edge longer than others-Joyce, Picasso and Schonberg still have the capacity to shock after nearly a century.
  • That's a fantastic micro-dispute to consider, since Eisler, far from undertaking a wholesale genre-stripping or programmatic levelling of still-too-high and auratic elegiac verse, instead so virtuosically runs Schubertian and Schumannesque lieder, French chanson, and Schönbergian twelve-tone composition in and out of one another, that it is hard to miss the settings 'recognizably Modernist tour de force of newly-achieved form and voice. Intervention & Commitment Forever!: Shelley in 1819, Shelley in Brecht, Shelley in Adorno, Shelley in Benjamin
  • Schonberg started the township ballet class during South Africa's racist apartheid days after some dinner party guess set him off.
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  • Boubil and Schonberg created a score with countless showstoppers linked with recitative that is melodious and easily understood.
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