Movement started by Arnold Schönberg and continued by his students Alban Berg and Anton Webern.
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Arnold Schoenberg and the Second Viennese School
Biographies, photographs, and musical overviews with accompanying material on Schoenberg, Berg, and Webern from the Internet Public Library's Music History 102.
A Comparison of the Approaches of Schoenberg, Berg and Webern to Serialism in Their Music
Essay by Rebecca Taylor for Music Teachers UK examines similarities and differences in their works. [PDF]
The Order of Numbers in the Second Viennese School of Music
Mathematical background for help in understanding the some of the works of Schoenberg, Berg, Webern, and Milton Babbitt by Carlota Simões, Department of Mathematics, University of Coimbra, Portugal. [PDF]
Remembering the Second Viennese School
Weblog by Charles T. Downey shows the beginnings and evolution of the group, including a reminiscence by Schoenberg.
Row Marks in the Serial Works of Schoenber, Berg, and Webern
Basic analysis by Professor Justin London. Includes links, references, and credits.
Second Viennese School
Wikipedia article noting principles of atonalism and serialism which characterized the movement and listing its main members and suggesting other possible people who might be included.
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