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Two views of Schoenberg's post‐tonal music are common: that it is non‐functional, and that there was a complete break from the tonal music that preceded it. In this article I show that there are aspects of functional voice leading, derived from tonality, that are still present in Schoenberg's...
In this article I investigate aligned cycles in Thomas Adès's Piano Quintet, Op. 20. First identified by Berg in a letter to Schoenberg and later discussed by George Perle and Dave Headlam, an aligned cycle is the result of two or more interval cycles unfolding in the same direction in a...
‘Ecstasio’, the third movement of Thomas Adès's 1997 orchestral work Asyla, draws heavily on gestures and forms of electronic dance music (EDM) in a manner analogous to the use of contemporary dance genres in the Romantic scherzo. The relative novelty of EDM in the symphonic repertoire led early...
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