Music Hw 2- "the rite of spring" - Coggle Diagram
Music Hw 2- "the rite of spring"
What is Neoclassicism?
the revival of a classical style or treatment in art, literature, architecture, or music.
Stravinsky and Neoclassicism
three-movement chamber work in the style of an 18th-century divertimento; touches of Bach and Haydn, a hint of sonata form, and a quick finale with jazzy rhythms
classical-type key: E flat major
Beethoven and Bach influences
The Fairy’s Kiss
influenced by Tchaikovsky
Dumbarton Oaks concerto
begins like a Bach Brandenburg Concerto gone wrong but soon deconstructs its ideas and reassembles them into something purely modern
The Beggar’s Opera
Other composers and Neoclassicism
prolific German composer, violist, violinist, teacher and conductor
became a major advocate of the Neue Sachlichkeit (new objectivity) style of music in the 1920s, with compositions such as Kammermusik
His early works are in a late romantic style, and he later produced expressionist works
more contrapuntal than stravinsky
Russian Soviet composer, pianist and conductor
His works include such widely heard pieces as the March from The Love for Three Oranges, the suite Lieutenant Kijé, the ballet Romeo and Juliet—from which "Dance of the Knights" is taken—and Peter and the Wolf
French neoclassical composer, pianist, and orchestrator, known for his prolific output and vibrant style.
heavily influenced by Ravel
taught by Nadia Boulanger
Since he was a virtuoso pianist, many of his works feature the piano, particularly his numerous chamber works which he wrote for nearly every orchestral instrument and standard ensemble