Table of contents for Anthology of post-tonal music : for use with Understanding post-tonal music / Miguel A. Roig-Francoli.


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1. Claude Debussy (1862-1918), “La cathe;drale engloutie,” no. 10 from Preludes, book I(1910) 2. Claude Debussy, “Canope,” no. 10 from Preludes, book II (1910-13) 3. Claude Debussy, “Sarabande,” from Pour le piano (1894-1901) 4. Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971), Introduction to Part I, from The Rite of Spring (1913) 5. Be;la Bartók (1881-1945), “Song of the Harvest,” no. 33 from Forty-four Violin Duets (1931) 6. Be;la Bartók, “Whole-tone Scale,” no. 136 from Mikrokosmos, vol. 5 (1932-39) 7. Be;la Bartók, “Diminished Fifth,” no. 101 from Mikrokosmos, vol. 4 (1932-39) 8. Be;la Bartók, “From the Island of Bali,” no 109 from Mikrokosmos, vol 4 (1932-39) 9. Anton Webern (1883-1945), Five Movements for String Quartet, op. 5, II (1909) 10. Anton Webern, Five Movements For String Quartet, op. 5, III (1909) 11. Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951), “Angst und Hoffen,” no. 7 from Book of The Hanging Gardens, op. 15 (1909) 12. Alban Berg (1885-1935), “Schlafend tra;gt man mich,” no. 2 from Four Songs, op. 2 (1908-1909) 13. Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971), Agnus Dei, from Mass (1944-48) 14. Paul Hindemith (1895-1963), Interlude in G, from Ludus tonalis (1942) 15. Paul Hindemith, “Vom Tode Maria; I,” from Das Marienleben (1923) 16. Charles Ives (1874-1954), “The Things Our Fathers Loved,” from 114 Songs (ca. 1917) 17. Charles Ives, “The Cage,” from 114 Songs (1906) 18. Ruth Crawford Seeger (1901-1953), Diaphonic Suite no. 4, III (1930) 19. Luigi Dallapiccola (1904-1975), “Contrapunctus secundus,” no. 5 from Quaderno musicale di Annalibera (1952-53) 20. Luigi Dallapiccola, “Quartina,” no. 11 from Quaderno musicale di Annalibera (1952-53) 21. Anton Webern (1883-1945), “Wie bin ich froh,” no. 1 from Drei Lieder, op. 25 (1935) 22. Anton Webern, Piano Variations, op. 27, II (1935-36) 23. Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951), Klavierstück, op. 33a (1929) 24. Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971), “Lacrimosa,” from Requiem Canticles (1966) 25. Pierre Boulez (b. 1925), Structures Ia, mm. 1-39 (1952) 26. Milton Babbitt (b. 1916), Composition for Twelve Instruments, mm. 1-26 (1948) 27. Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992), Turangalîla Symphony, Introduction, reh. 12-22 (1946-48) 28. Elliott Carter (b. 1908), String Quartet no. 2, I, mm. 35-134 (1959) 29. Karlheinz Stockhausen (b. 1928), Stimmung (three pages: Formschema, one sample page of Magische Namen, and one sample page of Modelle) (1968) 30. John Cage (1912-1992), Winter Music (one page) (1957) 31. Witold Lutoslawski (1913-1994), Jeux ve;nitiens, I (1960-61) 32. György Ligeti (1923-2006), Ramifications, mm. 1-44 (1968-69) 33. George Rochberg (1918-2005), Music for the Magic Theater, reh. 1-17 (1965) 34. Luciano Berio (1925-2003), Sinfonia, III (“In ruhig fliessender Bewegung”), mm. 1-120 (to reh. F) (1968) 35. George Crumb (b. 1923), “Dream Images (Love-Death Music),” no. 11 from Makrokosmos, vol. 1 (1972-73) 36. Steve Reich (b. 1936), Violin Phase (1967) 37. Louis Andriessen (b. 1939), De Staat, mm. 1-161 (1972-76) 38. Arvo Pa;rt (b. 1935), Cantus (1977) 39. Augusta Read Thomas (b. 1964), Spring Song, mm. 1-41 (1995) 40. Thomas Adès (b. 1971), Asyla, II, mm. 1-43 (1997) 41. Kaija Saariaho (b. 1952), Ariel’s Hail (2000)


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Music -- 20th century -- Analysis, appreciation.
Music theory -- History -- 20th century.
Music -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Musical analysis -- Music collections.