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MILTON BABBITT
Milton Byron Babbitt (May 10, 1916 – January 29, 2011) was an American composer, music theorist, and teacher. He is particularly noted for his serial and electronic music.
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Claude BALLIF
Claude Ballif (22 May 1924 in Paris – 24 July 2004 in Poissons) was a French composer. His music is known as a combination of tonality (in the sense of Bartók, for instance) and serialism - a system that he ...
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Reviews: Book
Music Teacher (2002) Vol. 81, No. 7, pp. 34
... Reviews "Serial Music, Serial Aesthetics: Compositional Theory in Post-War Europe," by M. J. Grant (Cambridge U Press). ...
Over het serialisme
Mens en Melodie (2008) Vol. 63, No. 3, pp. 23-25
Sofia Gubadulina's serial music
Problemy Muzykal'noj Nauki (2009) , No. 5, pp. np

The name Sofia Gubaidulina is typically not associated with serial music, but she experimented with the technique early in her career and never returned to it. This paper situates Gubaidulina's serial music in the context of the Soviet avant-garde of ...

... The name Sofia Gubaidulina is typically not associated with serial music, but she experimented with ... serial music in the context of the Soviet avant-garde of the 1960s, examines her use of serial techniques ... technique. Her earliest attempts at serial music appear in the sonata for piano (1965) and the five etudes ...
Showcase: Serial Joe
Canadian Musician (1998) Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 78
... Presents a brief profile of the rock-rap band Serial Joe, which is made up of 13 and 14-year-olds ...
... Discusses the use of a serial or 12-tone composition style for scoring film and television ...
... Musical notation for "Manipulação," a serial guitar composition by Frank J. Oteri is presented. ...
Review of "The Beginnings of Serial Music," Berlin, Germany, June 20-25 1996
Music Theory Online (1996) Vol. 2, pp. np

The Institut für neue Musik in Berlin hosted a three-day series of lectures and concerts on "The Beginnings of Serial Music." Music of four composers central to serial music, Barraqué, Boulez, Goeyvaerts, and Stockhausen, was performed and discussed in depth.

... Beginnings of Serial Music." Music of four composers central to serial music, Barraqué, Boulez ... hosted a three-day series of lectures and concerts on "The Beginnings of Serial Music." Music of four ... composers central to serial music, Barraqué, Boulez, Goeyvaerts, and Stockhausen, was performed and discussed in depth. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT] ...
... tone rows are traditionally used in atonal music, Oteri structures the chord progression as "non-atonal" serial music. ... Composer Frank J. Oteri explains "Manipulação," a serial guitar composition. Oteri explains the ...
... Discusses why composers in contemporary classical music have been divided into into two camps ... the 1950s and 1960s, discusses how serialism alienated audiences to new music, covers the backlash ... music. Includes quotes from contemporary composers Milton Babbitt, George Rochberg, John Corigliano, Charles Wuorinen, Donald Martino, and others. ...
... Discusses the apparent "death knell" for the modern music movement Serialism and discusses ... similarities to the end of Socialism. Examines how Serialism changed the rules of music, proposing that ... "musical organization is not God-given but man-made." Notes the interest in "traditional" values and music. ...
... Sheet music for a serial work for woodwind quintet by J. Abelardo D. Flores is reviewed (Wehr's Music House, 2005). ...