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New Ears for New Music

Translated by Kenneth Chalmers

Constantin Floros

20th-century music is characterized by a bewildering multitude of trends and movements. Often several movements co-exist in contradiction to each other, in a reflection of the century’s intellectual currents and social and political changes, and the reactions they prompted. In this book, renowned musicologist and author Constantin Floros provides a survey of the different styles and tendencies in new music, presenting the most important composers from Schoenberg to Rihm in a series of fluent and readable essays that will appeal to connoisseurs and non-specialists alike. For Floros, music and biography are inseparable, and here he puts music in the context of the social and psychological background of its time.
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Adorno, Theodor W.: Philosophie der Neuen Musik, Frankfurt am Main 1958; engl translation: Philosophy of Modern Music, New York 1974

--: Dissonanzen. Musik in der verwalteten Welt, 2nd ed., Göttingen 1956

--: Einleitung in die Musiksoziologie. Zwölf theoretische Vorlesungen, Frankfurt am Main 1962 and 1968

--: Ästhetische Theorie (Gesammelte Schriften, Vol. 7), ed. Gretel Adorno and Rolf Tiedemann; englisch edition: Aesthetic Theory. transl. Robert Hullot-Kentor, Continuum 2004

Austin, William M.: Music in the Twentieth Century, New York 1966

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