Monthly Archives: June 2011

Week 9: Webern’s Six Bagatelles for String Quartet, Op. 9

In our previous installment I highlighted The Rite of Spring as a watershed moment in the birth of musical Modernism. And, to be sure, it was. However, someone (or, rather, three someones) got there first – Arnold Schoenberg and his … Continue reading

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Breaking the hiatus…

Well, that didn’t last long. Happily, I had a good reason to discontinue posting – I had a proposal accepted for the West Coast Conference of Music Theory and Analysis (in Santa Barbara, CA) and had to suddenly put all … Continue reading

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