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Musics with and after tonality: Mining the Gap is a journey through the musics that emerged at the turn of the 20th century and were neither exclusively tonal nor serial. They fall between these labels as they are metatonal, being both with and after tonality, in their reconstruction of external codes and gestures of Common Practice music in decoupled and idiosyncratic ways. The composers and works being considered in this volume are approached from analytic, cultural, creative, and performance angles by musicologists, performers and composers to enable a deeper reading of these musics by readers, scholars, and students alike. For example, an educated reader of musicology may know some of the works of Busoni, Grainger, Nielsen and Skryabin but may not have encountered their works in the manner in which they will be discussed; and they may not know of the pieces by Beach, Carillo, Čiurlionis, Clarke, Foulds, Hába, Howe, Ives, Schuloff, Sorabji, and Stein. In the process of engaging with this book the reader will find an enrichment to their own understanding of music at the turn of the 20th Century.
Editor(s): Fleet P
Series Editor(s): Lochhead J
Publication type: Edited Book
Publication status: Published
Series Title: Ashgate Studies in Theory and Analysis of Music After 1900
Number of Pages: 268
Print publication date: 31/12/2021
Online publication date: 31/12/2021
Acceptance date: 13/08/2021
Place Published: London
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