Tradition or Progress?

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If there is nothing else to be gleaned from the Austrian-American composer Arnold Schoenberg, at least we have a lesson in how to approach progress. Schoenberg’s name is often associated with the theoretical concept within music called atonality and the expressionist movement of the 20th century. However, we ought not to miss the very…

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