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  • Dodecaphonic survey

    I will keep this brief: lately I developed an interest in twelve-tone music. Soon it will be almost century since the first dodecaphonic pieces were written. I want to investigate what, after 100 years, classical music listeners think of twelve-tone techinque and how they enjoy it.
    But I need your help! Please take the:

    Dodecaphonic Survey

    It should take you less than 3 minutes to complete it, and once I have the data I promise to publish a small report with the relevant statistics/graphs.
    I am really grateful for your time, happy quarantine!

    Last edited by fffaaa; 05-25-2020, 01:28 AM. Reason: missing words

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    I just took the survey. Twelve tone music does not sound as exotic to me as it used to. I really liked a number of the audio clips.

    It reminds me of a song that we sang in my high school choir, "Roots and Leaves." It is a setting of the Walt Whitman poem "Roots and Leaves Themselves Alone" by Ralph E. Williams. It was a requirement for the state choral festival.

    In high school the piece sounded avant garde. Now it clearly is identifiable as 20th century, but it is not extreme. Interesting how our musical taste changes as we are exposed to more things. Following is a link to the piece performed by a high school ensemble that was awarded a first.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDuKw9KQl34
    Bill

    My home organ: Content M5800 as a midi controller for Hauptwerk

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    • #3
      Originally posted by voet View Post
      It reminds me of a song that we sang in my high school choir, "Roots and Leaves." It is a setting of the Walt Whitman poem "Roots and Leaves Themselves Alone" by Ralph E. Williams. It was a requirement for the state choral festival.

      In high school the piece sounded avant garde. Now it clearly is identifiable as 20th century, but it is not extreme. Interesting how our musical taste changes as we are exposed to more things. Following is a link to the piece performed by a high school ensemble that was awarded a first.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDuKw9KQl34
      Lovely and interesting piece!

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