The most commonly employed system for the organized composition of atonal music in the period following World War I was the twelve-tone method devised by _________________________
Arnold Schoenberg
_________________________ extended the principle of serialization to other elements of music besides pitch organization.
Anton Webern
Cubist painters, the Bauhaus school of architecture and design, and neoclassic composers all shared a desire to achieve _________________________.
An important group of six young neoclassic composers arose in _________________________ around 1920.
Paul Hindemith espoused the idea of functional music, or _________________________, as he called it.
The ideal for Soviet music in the postrevolutionary period was _________________________.
Socialist Realism
The American composer _________________________ composed several important ballet and film scores in the 1930s and 1940s.
Aaron Copland
_________________________was classically trained but had his first successes as a popular composer and later incorporated jazz styles into major orchestral and operatic works.
George Gershwin
Ferruccio Busoni’s Entwurf einer neuen Aesthetik der Tonkunst (Draft for a new esthetic of music) supported the _________________________ movement.