On Tuesday we discussed the rivalry between two opposing music camps during the twentieth century headed by Schoenberg and Stravinsky. Today, let’s listen to a famous work by each composer. Do you have a preference or do you appreciate each opposing style?
Schoenberg, Fourth String Quartet, Op. 37:
Stravinsky, Symphony in C:
Did you know that, despite his great opposition to Schoenberg, Stravinsky ended up turning to the twelve-tone method later in life?