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Neoclassicism Mp3 Download
Almost all stylistic innovations of the early 20th century aimed to close the romantic side of music history: to leave the 19th century tradition behind. To leave behind the tradition of the nineteenth century. A description of the feelings that the new generation of writers had for the music of the late Romantic period can be found in the diary of the young Sergei Prokofiev from the early 1920s. The phrase he uses is quite radical: "...before, I had been unaffected by Mahler's 7th Unnecessary Music. And meanwhile there are musicians ... who admire it.
They kiss a stillborn baby." There is a youthful maximalism in Prokofiev's words, but they are telling: all new compositional languages - from the rigid avant-garde to the music of everyday life - have tried to break away from the romantic 19th century.
To the attentive ear, neoclassicism sounds like a complex antiquity "recomposed" in interesting ways. It is undoubtedly twentieth-century music, but one can recognize in it, for example, the dance and motor features of ancient music, and one can recognize many features of the signature of certain composers of the past.
Igor Stravinsky, Ottorino Respighi, Bohuslav Martinů, Paul Hindemith
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