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20th Century Music Unit 1

Timeline Overview
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Kathleen Kastner

on 27 January 2017

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Transcript of 20th Century Music Unit 1

Century Music
Unit 1

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Germany-Austria
France
20th
Eric Satie
Les Six
Francis Poulenc
Darius Milhaud
Ballet Russes
Igor Stravinsky
Neo-classicism
Sergei Diaghilev
FRANCE - 1890-1920
Claude Debussy
Maurice Ravel
Gustav Mahler
Richard Strauss
Claude Debussy
Jean Cocteau
Schola Cantorum
Impressionism
Futurism
George Antheil
Dada
Renoir: The Umbrellas
Renoir: The Anchor at Sea
Monet: Waterlilies
Monet: The Artist's Garden
Picabia: Comic Wedlock
Picabia: New York
Boccioni: Riot in the Gallery
Goncharova: Cyclist
Balla: Figure in movimento
Intonarumori
Picabia: New York
Why is the 20th century so different?
1. Rapid speed of 20th century achievements
2. Compelling search for originality
3. Two great political revolutions:
Communism and Fascism
4. Influence of a wider world view
5. TECHNOLOGICAL ACHIEVEMENTS
Two major cycles of development in the 20th century
1900-1945
1945-end of the century
Germany-Austria
Gustav Mahler
Germany-Austria
Richard Strauss
Balla: Swifts
Balla: Figure in movimento
Picabia: Dada Movement
Milhaud: Le Boeuf
Sur Le Toit
Musical Materials of the 20th Century
Melody
Harmony
Rhythm
Formal Structure & Organization
Texture
Tone Color/Timbre
Practice and Performance
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