Musical Revolutions: How the Sounds of the Western World Changed

Musical Revolutions: How the Sounds of the Western World Changed June 7, 2022

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Musical Revolutions: How the Sounds of the Western World Changed - The invention of music notation by a skittish Italian monk in the eleventh century. The introduct...

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The invention of music notation by a skittish Italian monk in the eleventh century. The introduction of multilayered hymns in the Middle Ages. The birth of opera in a Venice rebelling against the church’s pious restraints. Baroque, Romantic, and atonal music; bebop and cool jazz; Bach and Liszt; Miles Davis and John Coltrane. In telling the exciting story of Western music’s evolution, Stuart Isacoff...​

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