Definition of Schoenberg, Arnold in English:

Schoenberg, Arnold

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Pronunciation: /ˈʃəːnbəːɡ
 
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( 1874–1951), Austrian-born American composer and music theorist. His major contribution to modernism was the development of atonality and serialism. He introduced atonality into his second string quartet (1907-8), while Serenade (1923) is the first example of the technique of serialism.

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