American Fantasies. Works by Schoenberg, Cage, Schuller, Harris, Kirchner & Coulthardt


It is something of an irony that at a time when contemporary musical techniques have reached unprecedented levels of subtlety and insight, Schoenberg’s serial work is now generally viewed as a stylistic cul-de-sac rather than the ultimate solution to the tonal crisis of the 1920s. Such well-intentioned but misguidedly uningratiating ...

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