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Music of the 20th Century

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Music of the 20th Century

  1. 1. Music of the 20th Century Primitivistic Music Overview Russian Dance from “Petrouchka” Bela Bartok Duet for Pipes
  2. 2. Primitivism Primitivistic music is tonal through the asserting of one note as more important than the others. New sounds are synthesized or combining the various components into new whole from old ones by juxtaposing or putting side by side the two simple events to create a more complex new event.
  3. 3. Primitivism Exoticism through the use of materials from other cultures has links to:
  4. 4. Nationalism through the use of materials indigenous to specific countries Primitivism has links to:
  5. 5. through the use of materials from European ethnic groups Ethnicism Primitivism has links to:
  6. 6. through the use of materials from European ethnic groups Ethnicism Primitivism has links to:
  7. 7. BELA BARTOK (1881–1945)
  8. 8. RUSSIAN DANCE FROM “PETROUCHKA” (Excerpt) Igor Stravinsky
  9. 9. BELA BARTOK Bela Viktor Janos Bartok Place of Birth: Nagyszentmiklos, Hungary (now Romania) Date of Birth: March 25, 1881, He entered at Budapest Royal Academy of Music in 1899. Inspired by Richard Strauss’s Also Sprach Zarathustra to write his first nationalistic poem, Kossuth in 1903.
  10. 10. BELA BARTOK Bela Viktor Janos Bartok Place of Birth: Nagyszentmiklos, Hungary (now Romania) Date of Birth: March 25, 1881, He entered at Budapest Royal Academy of Music in 1899. Inspired by Richard Strauss’s Also Sprach Zarathustra to write his first nationalistic poem, Kossuth in 1903.
  11. 11. BELA BARTOK Bela Viktor Janos Bartok Place of Birth: Nagyszentmiklos, Hungary (now Romania) Date of Birth: March 25, 1881, He entered at Budapest Royal Academy of Music in 1899. Inspired by Richard Strauss’s Also Sprach Zarathustra to write his first nationalistic poem, Kossuth in 1903.
  12. 12. BELA BARTOK In 1906, with his fellow composer Kodaly, Bartok published his first collection of 20 Hungarian folk songs.
  13. 13. BELA BARTOK As a neo-classicist, primitivist, and nationalist composer, Bartok used Hungarian folk themes and rhythms. He also utilized changing meters and strong syncopations. He admired the musical styles of Liszt, Strauss, Debussy, and Stravinsky.
  14. 14. BELA BARTOK As a neo-classicist, primitivist, and nationalist composer, Bartok used Hungarian folk themes and rhythms. He also utilized changing meters and strong syncopations. He admired the musical styles of Liszt, Strauss, Debussy, and Stravinsky. Franz Liszt
  15. 15. BELA BARTOK As a neo-classicist, primitivist, and nationalist composer, Bartok used Hungarian folk themes and rhythms. He also utilized changing meters and strong syncopations. He admired the musical styles of Liszt, Strauss, Debussy, and Stravinsky. Strauss
  16. 16. BELA BARTOK As a neo-classicist, primitivist, and nationalist composer, Bartok used Hungarian folk themes and rhythms. He also utilized changing meters and strong syncopations. He admired the musical styles of Liszt, Strauss, Debussy, and Stravinsky.Claude Debussy
  17. 17. BELA BARTOK As a neo-classicist, primitivist, and nationalist composer, Bartok used Hungarian folk themes and rhythms. He also utilized changing meters and strong syncopations. He admired the musical styles of Liszt, Strauss, Debussy, and Stravinsky. Igor Stravinsky
  18. 18. BELA BARTOK Bartok is most famous for his Six String Quartets (1908–1938). It represents the greatest achievement of his creative life, spanning a full 30 years for their completion.
  19. 19. BELA BARTOK The Concerto for Orchestra (1943), features the exceptional talents of its various soloists in an intricately constructed piece. The short and popular Allegro Barbaro (1911) for solo piano is punctuated with swirling rhythms and percussive chords. Mikrokosmos (1926–1939), a set of six books, introduced and familiarized the piano student with contemporary harmony and rhythm.
  20. 20. BELA BARTOK more or less 695 musical compositions concerti orchestral music piano music instrumental music dramatic music choral music songs
  21. 21. BELA BARTOK Bartok to migrate to the United States, where he died on September 26, 1945 in New York City, USA.
  22. 22. DUET FOR PIPES (Excerpt) Bela Bartok
  23. 23. Music of the 20th Century Primitivistic MusicGroup 2 Members: John Adrian Adiaz Mark Edward Orpia Alyssa Casimiro Arlene Corpuz Overview Russian Dance from “Petrouchka” Bela Bartok Duet for Pipes

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