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One Hundred Years of Music

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Provides an account of the history of music from the death of Beethoven. This book shows how music has developed! and thus provid... Weiterlesen
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Zusammenfassung Provides an account of the history of music from the death of Beethoven. This book shows how music has developed! and thus provides a connected history. It includes a chronology and a full bibliography and index. It offers commentary on developments in music techniques. Informationen zum Autor Gerald Abraham was well-known as a teacher! editor and writer on musical and literary subjects. He was a professor of music in Liverpool University! editor of Monthly Musical Record! and! President of the International Society for Music Education. He was general editor of "The History of Music in Sound!" Secretary to the Editorial Board of the New Oxford History of Music! and author of many books! both technical and general in nature. Klappentext One Hundred Years of Music provides a full account of the history of music from the death of Beethoven to the modern era. It covers a period of exceptional interest. The last hundred years coincide roughly with the rise and decline of Romanticism! include the various nationalist movements! and extend to the advent of "neo-classicism!" the twelve-tone system! and still more modern techniques. Abraham devotes ample space to modernist and avant garde music! in which he explains the dif culties we experience in listening to the work of such composers as Sch nberg! Bart k! and Berg. He also throws new light on many more familiar topics.

Autorentext

Gerald Abraham was well-known as a teacher, editor and writer on musical and literary subjects. He was a professor of music in Liverpool University, editor of Monthly Musical Record, and, President of the International Society for Music Education. He was general editor of "The History of Music in Sound," Secretary to the Editorial Board of the New Oxford History of Music, and author of many books, both technical and general in nature.

Klappentext

One Hundred Years of Music provides a full account of the history of music from the death of Beethoven to the modern era. It covers a period of exceptional interest. The last hundred years coincide roughly with the rise and decline of Romanticism, include the various nationalist movements, and extend to the advent of "neo-classicism," the twelve-tone system, and still more modern techniques. Abraham devotes ample space to modernist and avant garde music, in which he explains the dif culties we experience in listening to the work of such composers as Sch nberg, Bart k, and Berg. He also throws new light on many more familiar topics.

Produktinformationen

Titel: One Hundred Years of Music
Untertitel: After Beethoven and Wagner
Autor:
EAN: 9780202361949
ISBN: 978-0-202-36194-9
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Taylor and Francis
Genre: Musik
Anzahl Seiten: 320
Gewicht: 544g
Größe: H234mm x B156mm
Jahr: 2008
Auflage: 3. A.