Composition with twelve notes related only to one another
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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English


  • Schönberg, Arnold.,
  • Composition (Music),
  • Twelve-tone system.

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Edition Notes

StatementJosef Rufer ; translated by Humphrey Searle.
LC ClassificationsML444
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 186 p., (13) leaves of plates :
Number of Pages186
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21262520M
ISBN 100313212368

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Music is the pleasing sound created by voices or instruments following some tonal structure. If you sing, whistle, or play an instrument, you are making music. You can also write music using the specific language of notes.   Twelve-tone technique can be divided into two basic approaches, which are not necessarily exclusive of each other: the row may be treated serially, deriving horizontal lines from the row and maintaining the basic sequence of pitches; or it may be. Oxford composition notebook multipacks now come in bulk 12 packs perfect for school supplies, office supplies and everyday uses. Wide-ruled pages provide lines with more space than college ruled notebooks. Center-sewn notebook pages make the composition book a teacher favorite/5(21). In the early s he worked at evolving a means of order which would enable his musical texture to become simpler and clearer, and this resulted in the "method of composing with twelve tones which are related only with one another" (Schoenberg , ), in which the twelve pitches of the octave (unrealized compositionally) are regarded as.