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  1. Apr 19, 2022 · Composers began to reject these traditions in different ways in the 20th Century, creating a broad range of totally new and often radical music. As a result, there is no regonisable unified sound to the music of this period, and it is, in general, much more stylistically divergent than the preceding eras of Western art music. 20th Century Movements

  2. Theatrical music was hugely important in the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century; its significance only began to wane with the change in political and social weather in the second part of the 20th century. Radio, which began in Cuba in 1922, helped the growth of popular music because it provided publicity and a new source of ...

  3. Much of the 20th century saw German culture appropriated for the ruling powers (who fought "foreign" music at the same time). Heino , is a Schlager and Volksmusik singer. In both East and West Germany, folk songs called "volkslieder" were taught to children; these were popular, sunny and optimistic, and had little relation to authentic German ...

  4. Sep 20, 2022 · The second movement of Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony, which was premiered in 1813, makes use of homophony in a large orchestral setting.. Although later in the movement we start to hear more rhythmic independence from the various parts, the opening 45 seconds are entirely homorhythmic, with all of the lower string instruments playing in rhythmic unison to create a block chord-type texture.

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