Why is "Pour le Piano: Sarabande" of the Modern Era? - created from Mind Map

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The use of the whole tone scale (b.1)

Use of parallel 7th chords (b.11)

Use of the Aeolian Mode (b.1)

Non-functional harmony

Spread chords in the piano - up to 9 notes in a chord!

Wide range of notes

Quartal harmony

Ambiguous structure Can be analysed as binary, ternary or rondo Lack of cadences

Ambiguous tonality - chromaticism

Pentatonic scale

Why is "Pour le Piano: Sarabande" of the Modern Era?