Introducing Modern Music

Introducing Modern Music❮KINDLE❯ ➜ Introducing Modern Music ❤ Author Ottó Károlyi – Heartforum.co.uk In this companion to his popular Introducing Music Otto Karolyi offers a lively and comprehensive guide to modern music and provides the reader with some technical understanding of what happens when a In this companion to his popular Introducing Music Otto Karolyi offers a lively and comprehensive guide to modern music and provides Introducing Modern eBook Ì the reader with some technical understanding of what happens when a twentieth century composition is being performed He looks at the ways in which modern music has moved away from traditional ideas of, for example, form, tonality, harmony, rhythm, orchestration and notation Through careful and detailed explanation of this evolution he illuminates the works of composers such as Stravinsky, Schoenberg, Bartok and many other musical innovators who have broken away from traditional formulae in their composition.

Ott K rolyi born in Paris , having studied in Budapest, Vienna, and London, was a musicologist and the Senior Lecturer Introducing Modern eBook Ì of Music at the University of Stirling, Scotland, where he founded the Music department and remained employed even after the department s closure He died in October .

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  • Paperback
  • 329 pages
  • Introducing Modern Music
  • Ottó Károlyi
  • English
  • 19 May 2019
  • 0140131140

10 thoughts on “Introducing Modern Music

  1. Lobstergirl says:

    Did you know that there is only one woman composer of modern music It s true Germaine Tailleferre, the female member of Les Six She is mentioned only in passing here none of her works are noted Then there s Nadia Boulanger, but she s only mentioned as Aaron Copland s teacher, not as a composer She was also a composer She is one of five women mentioned in this book The others are Emily Dickinson whose poems were used by composer John Adams in the 1980s , Berthe Morisot she painted som Did you know that there is only one woman composer of modern music It s true Germaine Tailleferre, the female member of Les Six She is mentioned only in passing here none of her works are noted Then there s Nadia Boulanger, but she s only mentioned as Aaron Copland s teacher, not as a composer She was also a composer She is one of five women mentioned in this book The others are Emily Dickinson whose poems were used by composer John Adams in the 1980s , Berthe Morisot she painted some stuff , and Dame Edith Sitwell her poems are rhythmically recited in a composition by William Walton.This is just one of the things that makes this book seem earlier than its publish date of 1995 It has all sorts of musty attributes, from the staid writing style to the yellowed pages I haven t read many introductions to modern music, so maybe this is actually exemplary Karolyi does do a decent job of explaining major ideas like tonality and atonality, serialism, and notation Unfortunately the musical examples lack identifying captions, which are embedded in the text Knowing a minimal amount of music theory will help a reader, although if you lack that you ll still be able to understand a fair amount.My goal with books like these is always to track down the excerpts mentioned on Youtube and listen for the particular attributes being described It takes days, or weeks I m off to listen to these men

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