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Modern classical music is music which traces its primary lineage to 20th century classical composers (e.g. , , , , , , , and ) rather than to the musicians of pop, rock, jazz, or folk music.

A lot of people claim that they don’t like modern classical music. However most of them enjoyed it in numerous occasions without even realizing. Most commonly you have heard it in movies whenever there was a need to evoke a powerful feeling. If you are looking to expand your music horizon than you should definitely listen to a few of the most famous composers of this genre. All you need in order to enjoy this music is to open your mind and let the sounds take over you.

Modern Classical Music Composers



Welcome to Modern classical, the web's premiere resource for modern classical music, spanning from 20th century classical music up until today's contemporary classical music.  Within these pages you will find a wealth of information including classical cd reviews, composer bios, and much much more.






































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Why do we hate modern classical music? | Alex Ross

One common hypothesis is that modern classical music is unpopular because it is often atonal, noisy, abstract, and experimental (e.g. Stockhausen, “”).

The 21st century is dominated by minimalism. This current is taking over all aspects of art including classical music. However this does not mean that contemporary classical music lacks substance. It just means that it is focused around simplifying the music process in order to create music with very little elements. This means that it can either use just a few notes, a small number of lyrics or limited instruments. The techniques used in this type of music are also basic and usually imply a slow or gradual transformation of the sound. Certain artists might even use online mixing services as a way of creating new pieces. One thing is for sure though, this type of music attracts more and more fans as time goes by. A list of noted contemporary modern classical music composers includes : Steve Reich, John Adams, James Dillon, Arvo Part, etc.