1926, vol. 13: Stravinsky, Antheil, Gotovac, Schmidt

Most music historians recognize Igor Stravinsky to be the most influential composer of classical music in the 20th century. They talk about three kinds of “liberation” involved in the Modernist revolution in music […] Click here to continue reading a transcript of this podcast.

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Stravinsky, Otche Nash
Antheil, Piano Concerto no. 2
Gotovac, Simfonijsko Kolo
Schmidt, Three Fantasy Pieces
Schmidt, Piano Quintet in G
Schmidt, Four Small Chorale Preludes

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