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Wuorinen, who marks his 80th birthday later this year, was once the orchestra’s composer-in-residence, at a time when his commitment to the principles of serialism was more orthodox and pronounced.
Thomson, rejecting the hyper-complexity of European styles like serialism that dominated post-World War II composition, frequently drew on the sounds of his Missouri childhood for inspiration.
This work comes from 1944, before the composer’s more radical move toward total serialism.
Like his compatriots Krzysztof Penderecki and Witold Lutoslawski, Mr. Gorecki had in his early work experimented with modernist techniques like serialism.
Flutist McGill returned for Martin's 1939 Ballade for flute and piano, bringing to vivid life the music's refined language, tantalizingly balanced between tonality and serialism.
Composers of what is known, for better or worse, as classical music have broken over time with sonata form, tonality, serialism and minimalism.
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