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Serialism In the European classical music theory, serialism is a set of methods for composing ... until the series repeats. The terms total serialism, integral serialism, and multiple serialism describe music which is serial in ...
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Serialism   (translated from French)
Serialism This article is one ébauche to be ... Schoenberg and Anton Webern inter alia, it serialism is a musical movement which integrated a ...
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Talk:Serialism Article quality As someone who has devoted ... who can be described as practitioners of serialism, I just want to say (civilly) that ... performances and performance history and influence of serialism as a technique and as an idea ... on this site, clearly and sensibly explains 'serialism'. I therefore wish to point out to ... that they have no idea. Mark D. Serialism vs twelve tone I've scribbled ...
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Lists of pieces which use serialism
Lists of pieces which use serialism Lists of pieces, by composer: By style ... Nationalism) Palle Mikkelbourg Aura "Influenced deeply by serialism and the inspiration of Gil Evans, Mikkelbourg ...
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Olivier Messiaen
... a short period Messiaen experimented with "total serialism", in which field he is often cited ... particularly pp. 104-106. Tristan and serialism Shortly after his release from Görlitz in ... Pierrot lunaire, he became interested in using serialism himself, taking the concept further than previous composers by introducing serialism of timbres, intensities and durations. The results ... described as the first works of total serialism. During this period he also experimented ...
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Talk:Tone row
... way is to place the article at Serialism (around 7000 Google matches) or Serial music ... dynamics, the method of attack, etc). However, serialism could cover all these things, "total serialisation ... but you can put them both at serialism, because all twelve-tone pieces are serial ... ve convinced myself that an article at serialism or, if there is another meaning of ... happened with the above - we currently have serialism which covers twelve tone music as ...
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Alexander Goehr
... which bridges the gap between Prokofiev and serialism (Prokofiev had died in March of that ... first time the characteristic modally inflected harmonic serialism which was to remain his main technical ... scale application of Goehr's new modal serialism came in his 'Little Symphony' of 1962 ... viability and flexibility of Goehr's modal serialism. Goehr's first opera, 'Arden Must Die ... Goehr composed using his personal form of serialism. With 'Psalm 4' he abandoned sereialism ...
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Contemporary classical music
... In the '50s contemporary music generally meant serialism, in the '60s serialism, indeterminacy, electronic music including computer music, mixed ... high modernist schools of composing, such as serialism are no longer as rhetorically central, the ... include rock and world instrumentation and rhythms, serialism, and many other techniques. Kyle Gann considers ...
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20th century classical music
... such distant sound-worlds as the complete serialism of Pierre Boulez, the simple triadic harmonies ... in 20th century music, including neo-classicism, serialism, experimentalism, conceptualism can be traced to this ... idea. The "Second Viennese School", atonality and serialism (See atonality) Arnold Schoenberg is one of ... reaction to and made possible by both serialism and indeterminism. (See also experimental music) Post ...
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User talk:Tarquin/Archive 1
... 23:23 Oct 15, 2002 (UTC) Re serialism versus twelve tone technique: they are different ... s best that they all live at serialism, at least for now. So yes, I ... think redirects from twelve tone technique to serialism are right. I'll fiddle with the serialism article a bit to make it clear ...
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