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The Age Of Music Diversity

The 20th century has seen musical creativity, diversity and experimentation, taking a cue from the past music styles, while utilizing the newly available resources and technology.

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Which Century was Considered the Age of Musical Diversity?

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The composers made use of dissonant chords, polychords, tone clusters and other creative music-making techniques to create their own unique sound.

The middle ages had a mon...

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Musical texture in the Baroque Period (16th century) was mostly polyphonic or homophonic, and as musical instruments were added, they became richer.

This includes Classical music tunes fro...

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Audiotapes and computers resulted in composers having a lot more creative freedom with the use of percussion and noisemakers making the sounds richer and refined. Music became expansive and...

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  • Talented composers were sprouting all over the globe, but social and political problems stifled the musical voices in many countries. 
  • The US became the centre of all musical acti...

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