Table of contents for The rest is noise : listening to the twentieth century / Alex Ross.

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INTRODUCTION
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PART I: 1900-1933
1. THE GOLDEN AGE: Mahler, Strauss, and the Fin-de-Siècle
2. DOCTOR FAUST: Schoenberg, Debussy, and Atonality
3. DANCE OF THE EARTH: The Rite, the Folk, Le Jazz
4. INVISIBLE MEN: American Composers from Ives to Ellington
5. APPARITION IN THE WOODS: The Loneliness of Jean Sibelius
6. CITY OF NETS: Berlin in the Twenties
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PART II: 1933-1945
7. THE ART OF FEAR: Music in Stalin¿s Russia
8. MUSIC FOR ALL: Music in FDR¿s America 				 [viii blank]
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9. DEATH FUGUE: Music in Hitler¿s Germany
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PART III: 1945-2000
10. ZERO HOUR: The U.S. Army in Germany, 1945-1949
11. BRAVE NEW WORLD: The Cold War and the Avant-Garde
12. ¿GRIMES! GRIMES!¿: The Passion of Benjamin Britten
13. ZION PARK: Messiaen, Ligeti, and the Avant-Garde of the Sixties
14. BEETHOVEN WAS WRONG: Bebop, Rock, and the Minimalists
15. SUNKEN CATHEDRALS: Music at Century¿s End
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EPILOGUE

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Music -- 20th century -- Histoy and criticism.