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Music of Schoenberg and Debussy
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Music of Schoenberg and Debussy [Name] [Date] Abstract This paper discusses new tendencies in music of 20th century. Two pieces of music by Arnold Schoenberg and Claude Debussy are considered further on as bright examples of “different” music, where feelings and emotions of the composers rather than thematic development, play a decisive role for further succession.
A trajectory of the development of this composer is very challenging: from his searching in the field of expressionism (1894-1907) to his abandonment and searching for free atonality (1908-1922). The third period was marked by his invention of “twelve-tone” method of composition. It is often claimed that musical pieces of this composer reflect the characteristics of Brahms and Wagner. On the one hand, the directions of musical developments of these two opposing composers cannot be compared, but on the other hand, Schoenberg succeeded in uniting them into one perfect conglomerate. A selected piece of music composed by Schoenberg is Op. 08, where he accelerates and escapes from traditional Wagnerian tones. A principle of linear time is reflected in a direct motion in music. The principles of tonality were very important for the musical pieces of 20th century and compositions of Schoenberg follow those tendencies as well. Historical context of this composition plays a very important role for further discussion. This piece of music is thought to be finished in 1909 and he completed it in 2 weeks. That period was a crisis for the composer and these feelings and emotions are evidently reflected in his music. The record Erwartung 6 lieder Op. ...
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