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Anthology of Post-Tonal Music
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This anthology of over 40 scores and excerpts represents a wide range of music from across the twentieth century and into the twenty-first, from pieces by Debussy, Stravinsky, and Bartok to works by Arvo Pärt, Thomas Adès, and Kaija Saariaho. Showcasing the vast range of compositional styles encompassed in the post-tonal era, this volume offers a convenient compendium including hard-to-find scores. Designed for use with Understanding Post-Tonal Music by Miguel A. Roig-Francolí, which includes extensive analyses of the scores provided here, this Anthology can also stand alone for study and analysis in other courses on the history and analysis of post-tonal music.

Table of Contents

1. Claude Debussy (1862-1918), "La cathédrale engloutie," no. 10 from Preludes, Book 1 (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. Béla Bartók (1881-1945), "Song of the Harvest," no. 33 from Forty-four Violin Duets (1931)

6. Béla Bartók, "Whole-tone Scale," no. 136 from Mikrokosmos, vol. 5 (1932-39)

7. Béla Bartók, "Diminished Fifth," no. 101 from Mikrokosmos, vol. 4 (1932-39)

8. Béla 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 trägt man mich," no. 2 from Four Songs, op. 2 (1908-1909)

13. Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971), Agnus Dei, from Mass (194-48)

14. Paul Hindemith (1895-1963), Interlude in G, from Ludus tonalis (1942)

15. Paul Hindemith, "Vom Tode Mariä I," from Das Marienleben (1923)

16. Charles Ives, "The Cage," from 114 Songs (1906)

17. Ruth Crawford Seeger (1901-1953), Diaphonic Suite no. 4, III (1930)

18. Luigi Dallapiccola (1904-1975), "Contrapunctus secundus," no. 5 from Quaderno musicale di Annalibera (1952-53)

19. Anton Webern (1883-1945), "Wie bin ich froh," no. 1 from Drei Lieder, op. 25 (1935)

20. Anton Webern, Piano Variations, op. 27, II (1935-36)

21. Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951), Klavierstück, op. 33a (1929)

22. Igor Sravinsky (1882-1971), "Lacrimosa," from Requiem Canticles (1966)

23. Pierre Boulez (b. 1925), Structures Ia, mm. 1-39 (1952)

24. Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992), Turangalîa Symphony, Introduction, reh. 12-22 (1946-48)

25. Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928-2007), Stimmung (three pages: Formschema, one sample page of Modelle, and one sample page of Magische Namen) (1968)

26. Witold Lutosłowski (1913-1994), Jeux vénitiens, I (1960-61)

27. Krzysztof Penderecki (1933-2020), St. Luke Passion, no. 13, "Et Surgens Omnis Multitudo" (1965)

28. Sofia Gubaidulina (b. 1931), String Quartet no.2, reh. 1-21 (1987)

29. Karlheinz Stockhausen, Telemusik, Sections 1-5 (1966)

30. Barry Truax (b. 1947), Riverrun, 0:00-8:48 (1986)

31. Luciano Berio (1925-2003), Sinfonia, III ("In ruhig fliessender Bewegung"), mm. 1-96 (to reh. E) (1968)

32. György Ligeti (1923-2006), Ramifications, mm. 1-44 (1968-69)

33. George Crumb (b. 1929), "Primeval Sounds," no. 1 from Makrokosmos, vol. 1 (1972-73)

34. George Crumb, "Dream Images (Love-Death Music)," no. 11 from Makrokosmos, vol. 1 (1972-73)

35. Steve Reich (b. 1936), Violin Phase (1967)

36. John Adams (b. 1947), Nixon in China, Act I, "News" Aria, mm. 374-542 (1987)

37. Arvo Pärt (b. 1935), Cantus (1977)

38. Michael Torke (b. 1961), Adjustable Wrench, mm. 1-72 (1987)

39. Augusta Read Thomas (b. 1964), Spring Song, mm. 1-41 (1995)

40. Thomas Adès (b. 1971), Aslya, II, mm. 1-43 (1997)

41. Kaija Saariaho (b. 1952), Ariel’s Hail (2000)

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Biography

Miguel A. Roig-Francolí is a Distinguished Teaching Professor of Music Theory and Composition at the University of Cincinnati College – Conservatory of Music.