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Schoenberg, Three Piano Pieces Op. 11
use of set theory; atonal
Webern, Five Pieces for String Quartet
set theory; pointillism
Schoenberg, Piano Piece Op. 33a
12 tone
Webern, Concerto for Nine instruments Op. 24 Mvt I, Wie Bin Ich Froh
12 tone
Varese, Ionization; Integrales
extended techniques; use of large percussion ensemble; timbre and texture; ionization use of only percussion
Penderecki, Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima
strings extended techniques
Cage, Sonatas and Interludes for prepared piano
prepared piano
Messiaen, Mode de Valeurs et D'Intensites
total serialism. almost not yet.
Boulez, Structures Ia
total serialism; use of 12 different dynamics, articulation, duration, pitches
Cage, 4:33
chance music; 'antimusic'
Wolff, Music for 2 pianists
chance music; indeterminancy
Foss, Baroque Variations
chance music; erasure
Stockhausen, Piano Piece X
macro duration
Feldman, Straits of Magellan
use of boxes; controlled ensemble improvisation; graphic score
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