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- Just as the previous pairs of Sephiroth, (Binah - Chokmah, Chessed - Gedulah), needed to be explained together to be fully understood, (Binah depends on that of Chokmah, and Chessed relies on Geburah, visa versa), so it is with Hod and Netzach. Hod is form...
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- WHEN DID STRAVINSKY BECOME A 'NEO-CLASSICAL
- When did Stravinsky become a 'neo-classical' composer? Stravinsky's music is widely described in terms of a number of distinct periods1.
- 1. The most famous riot in music history occurred in Paris in 1913 at
- 18. Which of the following statements concerning neoclassicism is not true? a.
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- Vivaldi remixed: classical music reinvents itself
- Neoclassical composers in the Twenties like Prokofiev and Stravinsky had a clever solution. Rather than borrowing actual tunes, they borrowed the rules and certain turns of phrase, and gave them a twist.
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- Category:Neoclassical composers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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- Neoclassicism (music) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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- The Music Chamber - Neoclassicism
- The neoclassical movement was fairly widespread, with many composers from all over Europe (and the U.S.) contributing to the sub-genre.
- Neoclassical Music Composers : Paul Hindemith | NeoClassic
- Jul 14, 2009 Neoclassical music composer Paul Hindemith was the rival of Igor Stravinsky.
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