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'Harmonic Practice and Style - Rosenzweig'


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Paul
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« on: June 05, 2009, 07:23:03 am »

At the risk of being accused of partisan/partial posting, may I humbly put forward the following audio clips as examples of 'harmony' in the present -

http://rosenzweig.databasecreations.co.uk/audio_clips

this one you have to click on 'play' button

Try tracks 1 and 2 to start with (as well as the others!)

The rest of the piece is at present available on http://www.myspace.com/397664216

this one you have to wait for the player to open....
 

Thanks for the links Michael R. So what, I wonder, are the specific 'tools, technique and methods' (for which this thread title indicates discussion) that apply to this particular harmonic idiom. They seem clearly not to be serialistic; neither are they completely 'atonal' (since a feeling of harmonic movement/cadence presents itself - at least to this listener).

What scale system is employed (for example)?
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