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  • Aleatory Music: Topic Page
    Music in which deliberate use is made of chance or indeterminacy; the term chance music is preferred by many composers. MORE
  • Atonality: Topic Page
    In music, systematic avoidance of harmonic or melodic reference to tonal centers. The term is used to designate a method of composition in which the composer has deliberately rejected the principle of tonality. MORE
  • Electronic Music: Topic Page
    Music composed completely or partly of electronically generated and/or modified sounds. MORE
  • Minimalism: Topic Page
    Movement in abstract art and music towards extremely simplified composition. MORE
  • Serial Music: Topic Page
    The body of compositions whose fundamental syntactical reference is a particular ordering (called series or row) of the twelve pitch classes—C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B—that constitute the equal-tempered scale. MORE




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