Name Class Professor Date The only musical approach to musical composition in the 20th century was purely atonal music without any sort of tonal center at all. False Although the 20th century orchestra was generally very large the full ensemble was not ALWAYS utilized in large orchestral works sometimes sounding very much like a smaller chamber ensemble. False The Impressionist movement did NOT exist in mediums other than music such as painting. False In and highly syncopated dissonant orchestral accompaniment it incorporated: Rite of Spring This Afro-American composer often referencing Jazz influences/styles in his compositions wrote four symphonies incidental music for several films and other notable works. Ellington Impressionistic music is distinctive because it often incorporates complete serialization/ atonality. This 19th century ROMANTIC composer by pushing the bounds of tonality actually helped pave the way for the highly chromatic atonal movement which appeared in the early 1900s. Brahms. [...]
Music test (20QUESTIONS) / based on 20th century music . - ONLY IF YOU KNOW YOUR STUFF IN MUSIC.