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Pandiatonicism

1. the composition of music using all seven notes of the diatonic scale in a manner free from classical harmonie restrictions. 2.

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TERMS AND CONCEPTS OF 20TH C. MUSIC GENERAL: ostinato
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e. Pandiatonicism. Page 4.
TEXTURAL DEPTH, STRUCTURAL DEPTH, EXPRESSIVE DEPTH
Polytonality
Tonal Concepts. ∎ Tonality. ∎ Key.
ROBERT DAVIDOVICI, Violin New World Records 80334

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KENNETH FUCHS: Atlantic Riband; American Rhapsody; Divinum Mysterium
Also, in place of Fuchs's unabashed diatonicism, Ross employs a piquant pandiatonicism, as well as excursions into modality. This gives his works a good deal of fluidity, as his melodies go off on unexpected tangents.

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Pandiatonic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In music, pandiatonicism refers to the technique of using the diatonic (as opposed to the chromatic) scale without the limitations of functional tonality.
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1. the composition of music using all seven notes of the diatonic scale in a manner free from classical harmonie restrictions. 2.
pandiatonicism (music) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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