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Chapter 25 Early twentieth century turning away from the predominantly idealistic sentimental aesthetic of Romanticism Partially due to the upheaval of the Franco Prussian War and WWI o Disjunction anxiety hysteria 0 Progress not always positive Radical experimentation Shock value Reaction to values of romanticism Discard the value of romanticism Discard the idea that art should be beautiful 00000 0 Cubism formal reality fractured into geometrical planes Expressioni m express strong emotions generated by objects express the subjective unconscious Fragmented and angular Octave displacement 0 Avoid simple intervals for more dissonant ones 0 Avoid conjunct movement 0 More chromaticism o Emancipation of dissonance o No need to resolve to consonance 0 Can move to another dissonance o Triad reduced in importance 0 Tall chords 9t 11ths Polytonality two tonal centers sound simultaneously Atonality no audible tonal center 0 Emancipation of Rhythm abandoned traditional framework of rhythm and meter Personi ed the cultural pluralism and stylistic diversity of cutting edge art music 0 Born in Russia 0 A citizen of Russia France and later US Composed in many genres and styles 0 Rose to fame composing for Russian impresario sergei Diaghilev s Ballet s Russes Musical style traits 0 Preference for percussive sounds and winds 0 Driving rhythms 0 Structural ostinatos and created complexities Stravinsky Le Sacre Du Printemps 1913 o The greatest masterpieces of modern music 0 Most notorious premiere in the history of Western Music 0 A riot broke out due to the shocking music and choreography 0 Russian folk elements primivism attempt to capture the unadorned lines raw energy and elemental truth of non western art and apply it in a modernist context Shocking musical effects Percussive orchestras Dissonant poly chords Irregular accents Explosive syncopations Destroys sense of metrical regularity o Ostinatos with fast tempos give the music an incessant driving quality
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