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Debussy to Stravinsky to Schoenberg

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Lisette Gibson

on 23 February 2017

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Suite for Piano,
Opus 25
perf. Glenn Gould
Dodecaphony Blues(Blues em 12)
http://www.picassohead.com/
Primitivism?
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, detail (Left) 1907
Museum of Modern Art,
New York
Mask, Etoumbi region, People's Republic of the Congo (Right)
Musee Barbier-Muller, Geneva.
(W. Rubin, Primitivism in 20th Century Art, p. 263)
Pablo Picasso
http://www.pablopicasso.org/index.jsp
"I saw in imagination a solemn pagan rite; sage elders, seated in a circle, watched a young girl dance herself to death. They were sacrificing her to propitiate the god of spring.” – Igor Stravinsky (1911)



“No one had ever heard music like it before; it seemed to violate all the most hallowed concepts of beauty, harmony, tone and expression. Never had an audience heard anything so brutal, savage, aggressive and apparently chaotic; it hit the public like a hurricane, like some uncontrollable primeval force." – Roman Vlad after witnessing the premier of The Rite of Spring
http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/kandinsky/
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http://www.mat.ucsb.edu/~g.legrady/academic/courses/12w259/Kandinsky_%20Color%20Theory.pdf
Ala Braulio
Kandinsky's Color Theory

https://lettersfrommunich.wikispaces.com/Kandinsky's+Color+Theory

The Armory Show
http://xroads.virginia.edu/~museum/armory/entrance.html
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