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Grand Omega Minus: Webern

from Grand Omega Minus: 1996 Sessions by Grand Omega Minus

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Everything in this song is based on permutations of a single 12-note melody - i.e. a melody that uses all 12 tones in the chromatic scale. Arnold Schoenberg pioneered this approach to composition, and it was expanded upon and developed by his student Anton Webern. We probably had no business messing around with this stuff, but that didn't stop us.

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from Grand Omega Minus: 1996 Sessions, released August 16, 1996
Recorded August 1996 by James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem, DFA)

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Grand Omega Minus New York, New York

Grand Omega Minus was an experimental instrumental (math)rock quartet. Formed in 1995, they explored 20th century classical & jazz devices including quartal harmony,12-tone technique & harmolodics. Performed at the Knitting Factory, Brownies, Coney Island High & others w/ Don Caballero, 6 Finger Satellite, Silkworm, Stinking Lizaveta, Dis & others. Ex-members went on to form Grand Omega in 2000. ... more

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