How the West Rejected Nice Music A Century Ago with Steven Cassedy -- To Be Musical

How the West Rejected Nice Music A Century Ago with Steven Cassedy -- To Be Musical

First Aired: 3/19/2013

Length: 58 minutes


How the west rejected nice music a century ago.
 
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UC San Diego Professor of Literature and pianist Steven Cassedy presents a psychoacoustic account of dissonant music and a history from the tonal Chopin to the atonal works of Schoenberg, Stravinsky, and Copland in the fourth session of the To Be Musical series, sponsored by Eleanor Roosevelt College at UC San Diego.
 
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