Twentieth-century Chamber Music

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Routledge, 2003 - Music - 284 pages
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Twentieth Century Chamber Music combines a chronological overview of 20th-century chamber music and the major composers in the style, with information on a wide selection of chamber works, including program music; vocal chamber music; works for new ensembles; the modern sonata; and contemporary string quartets. The book covers composers from Schoenberg and Bartok to Toru Takemitsu and George Crumb.

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Prof of Music at Bowdoin, College. James McCalla is a resident of Brusnwick, Maine.

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