A History of Western Music

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20 The European Mainstream in the Twentieth Century 676
Introduction 676 Timeline: Early Twentieth Century 679 Ethnic Contexts 680 The Soviet Orbit 684 England 689 Germany 693 Latin America 699 NeoClassicism in France 699 Stravinsky 702 Bibliography 710
21 Atonality, Serialism, and Recent Developments in Twentieth-Century Europe 713
Schoenberg and His Followers 713 After Webern 725 Recent Developments 729 Bibliography 738
22 The American Twentieth Century 740
The Historical Background 741 Vernacular Music 748 Foundations for an American Art Music 754 Timeline: World War II and After 755 Since 1945 764 Conclusions 784 Bibliography 785
GLOSSARY 789
CREDITS 807
INDEX 811
MAPS
The Roman Empire at the death of Augustus in 14 C. E. 16
Holy Roman Empire under Charlemagne around 800 46
French kingdom, duchies, and regions in the fifteenth century 59
Growth of Burgundian possessions, 1363-1477 130
Europe around 1560 233
Cities in Italy that were centers of violin making, playing, and composition, around 1650 357
Cities that figured in J. S. Bach's career 387
Cities that figured in Mozart's career 492
European opera houses in the nineteenth century 620
Europe during the Cold War (1945-1991) 724
The thirteen colonies, 1789 745

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