American composer (1918- ) George Rochberg, an ardent atonalist in the 40s, 50s, and 60s made a dramatic and influential turn toward tonality with his third string quartet in 1971.
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Program notes for the Sierra Chamber Society's performance of the Recordanza discussing how current thought and life experiences color memories both mental and musical.
George Rochberg's Revolution
Essay concerning the artistic integrity, aesthetic, and musically prophetic role of the composer, especially concerning his championship of tonality during the time of modernist atonality. By Michael Linton for First Things.
Miscellaneous Songs by Rochberg
Listing from recmusic.org includes alternate settings of certain pieces.
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