Boof, boof, how are you today? Let’s take five minutes for a few words about Arnold Schoenberg, the Austrian composer
As you know, Arnold Schoenberg was the creator of dodecaphonic music, a new system of composing where the classical melody crashed and there was note dominant note. There is a full theory of dodecaphonic music -also called ‘Twelve-tone technique’-… and well, let’s take five minutes to hear it. At least, it’s very curious.
Want more about this kind of music? Check the Wikipedia and learn more:
Have a great day! Boof, boof!
Enjoy: Chamber Symphony op. 9; Sinfonieorchester des Südwestfunks, conducted by Erich Leinsdorf (recorded 1984)