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Deana's Semester Unit VI Terms

primitivism style of art & music which turned to prehistoric models of Africa & other non-European cultures "new music resource" for 20th century
expressionism style of art & music which explores inner & often troubled states of mind "new music resource" for 20th century
atonality music with no key center moves from level of dissonance to another, w/out areas of relaxation
twelve-tone music composition style based on the use of all twelve chromatic tones w/out a central tone or tonic used to achieve atonality
sprechstimme vocal style in which the melody is spoken at approximate pitches, rather than sung on exact pitches developed by Schoenberg
avant garde "ctting edge"-art so innovative it is often considered shocking saw rise in 20th century
twelve-bar blues series of chords in a specific musical structure repeated for 12 measures found in 20th century blues
Created by: Deana