Great music of the 20th century

by Greenberg, Robert, 1954-

Format: Book on CD 2018
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Contents
Disc 1. 20th century music: be afraid no longer!
Setting the table and parsing out blame
Debussy and Le Francais in musical action
Russia and Igor Stravinsky
Disc 2. Stravinsky's The rite of Spring
The paradox of Arnold Schoenberg
The emancipation of melody!
The secon Viennese school
Disc 3. The "New" classicism
Schoenberg and the 12-tone method
Synthesis and Nationalism: Bela Bartok
America's musical gift
Disc 4. American Iconoclasts
The world turned upside down
Electronic music and European Ultraserialism
Schoenberg in exile
Disc 5. Stravinsky in America
For every action an equal reaction
The California avant-garde
Rock around the clock
Disc 6. East meets West: South meets North
Postmodernism: New Tonalty and Eclecticism
The new Pluralism
Among friends.

Additional Information
Series Great courses (Compact disc)
Subjects Music -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Music appreciation.
Publisher Chantilly, VA :2018
Other Titles Great music of the twentieth century
Contributors Teaching Company, publisher.
Participants/Performers Lectures presented by Professor Robert Greenberg.
Language English
Notes "Course Number 7006."
Contains twenty-four 45 minute lectures.
Description 24 audio discs (18 hr.) : digital, CD audio ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (vi, 239 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm).
ISBN 1629975168
9781629975160
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