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Composers who compose atonal music, which is defined by the "Oxford Companion to Music" as music with the absence of a key. Schonberg was one of the first composers to do this.
Please do not submit names of individual composers. They should go to Arts: Music: Composition: Composers: Contemporary/[First letter of last name].
This category is for sites ABOUT electronic music.
Just Intonation is a system of tuning in which all of the intervals can be represented by ratios of whole numbers. For more information about Just Intonation and other tuning systems, please visit Arts/Music/Styles/Experimental/Tuning_Systems/
Please do not submit composers'' names to this site. They should be submitted to Arts: Music: Composition: Composers: Contemporary.
Composers who have become MacArthur Fellows in Music Composition.
Composers who wrote music that wasn't in the typical 12 tone system. See Arts/Music/Styles/Experimental/Tuning_Systems/ for more information about tuning systems.
This page is for sites ABOUT Minimalism. Minimalist composers should put their sites under Contemporary/First letter of last name. Minimalism has also been called repetitive music, mediative music, and process music. It was developed in the 1960's primarily in America and during the 1970's became successful in Europe as well. From Claire's Page
Organizations of contemporary classical composers, or dedicated to the work of contemporary classical composers.
Includes installations, web projects, and documentation of music composed by several parties.
Please do not submit composers'' names to this site. They should be submitted to Arts: Music: Composition: Composers: Contemporary[First letter of last name].
Composers who have won the Pulitzer Prize in Music.
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