Technological, Political Economical Influence on the Music of the 20th Century
Music produced by Charles Ives reflects an impact of economy on art. After finishing Yale University he has realized that his ideas about music are not popular and won't provide support for his family. Therefore he has entered a business field and left music for his personal enhancement. This allowed his freedom of expression independently from public opinion. As a result he has created first works with using polytonality, (two keys or tones sounding simultaneously) and creating high dissonance. Because he followed his believes about composition and his music wasn't influenced by demands of patron or public most of his music became popular only fifty years later. He was awarded Pulitzer Prize for his Third Symphony 40 years after it was composed.
Another important effect economy had on the music of 2oth century is a disappearing line between high and popular art. …
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