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Apr 19, 2022 · The 20th century period of music, as its name suggests, began around 1900. It is the last of the six periods of classical music eras and comes after the romantic era that ended around 1910AD. Medieval era (500-1400AD) Renaissance era (1400-1600AD) Baroque era (1600-1750AD) Classical era (1730-1820AD) Romantic era (1800-1910AD)
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Even before the 20th century began, blues music was evolving across the country out of the traditional African slave spirituals, work calls and chants. Of all the developing genres, the blues would...
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At the beginning of the twentieth century the "cosmic principles" that traversed the expanse of history were no longer considered eternal or immutable. Subsequently the idea of transient artistic standards lacking ethical underpinnings became, in part, the basis of Arnold Schoenberg's explorations into serial techniques and the resulting "emancipat...
For the tonal arts these realities have led to what musicologist Leonard B. Meyer refers to as a "fluctuating stasis" in which a plethora of musical styles would coexist in an increasingly diverse world. He writes: "Our culture—cosmopolitan world culture—is, and will continue to be, diverse and pluralistic. A multiplicity of styles, techniques and ...
Folk music, in the original sense of the term, is music by and of the people. Folk music arose, and best survives, in societies not yet affected by mass communication and the commercialization of culture. It normally was shared and performed by the entire community (not by a special class of expert or professional performers, possibly excluding the...
Popular music, sometimes abbreviated pop music, is music belonging to any of a number of musical styles that are broadly popular or intended for mass consumption and propagated over the radio and similar media—in other words, music that forms part of popular culture. Popular music dates at least as far back as the mid-nineteenth century. In the Uni...
It has become evident that in the twentieth century the condition of art music in Western culture has undergone a transformation that few could have envisaged one hundred years ago. The reasons for this transformation are many and varied including the influence of technology, the media, multiculturalism, commercialism, the increased emphasis on vis...Ewen, David. The complete book of 20th century music. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1959. OCLC 615607Gardner, Edward Foote. Popular Songs of the Twentieth Century. vol. 1, St. Paul, MN: Paragon House, 2000. ISBN 1557787891Jones, Alan, and Jussi Kantonen. Saturday Night Forever: The Story of Disco. Chicago Review Press, 2000. ISBN 978-1556524110Machlis, Joseph. Introduction to contemporary music. New York: W.W. Norton, 1961. OCLC 381680
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Aug 23, 2017 · 1935 - Jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald starts her career with the Chick Webb orchestra. 1936 - The debut of electric guitars. 1937 - In Basel, Bela Bartok's Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta premiered and in New York, the Glenn Miller Band debuts. 1938 - Adagio for Strings by Samuel Barber premiered. 1939 - The Nat King Cole Trio was formed.