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Composition for Four Instruments

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  1. (1948) is an early serial music composition written by American composer Milton Babbitt

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  2. Babbitt’s first published ensemble work, following shortly after his Three Compositions for Piano (1947)

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  3. In both these pieces, Babbitt expands upon the methods of twelve-tone composition developed by Arnold Schoenberg

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  4. notably innovative for his application of serialism to domains other than pitch, such as rhythm and dynamics

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  5. considered one the early examples of this type of “totally serialized” music, and foreshadows the style and complexity of Babbitt’s later work

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