This collection of essays examines the works of composer Arnold
Schoenberg, one of the most influential and controversial composers
of the twentieth century, in the context of the "New Music" that
was the historical and cultural movement of his time. In these
essays, Schoenberg's work is subjected to historical, technical and
theoretical analysis. Studies of other "New Music" composers such
as Webern, Schreker and Scriabin are also provided. The collection
includes essays of broader cultural-historical and sociological
import that should interest those involved with twentieth-century
music and theory.
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