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American Ultramodernists, 1920-1950

American Ultramodernists, 1920-1950

by Steffen Schleiermacher
The music of the 1920s is typically remembered for several disparate stylistic trends: the neo-classicism of Stravinsky, the high-spirited games of Les Six in Paris, the social criticism of Kurt Weill, the crossover success of George Gershwin, and the widespread influence of jazz. A less familiar contribution was made by those American composers who were defined not

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