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Arnold Schoenberg

Arnold
September 13, 1874 - July 13, 1951
A German composer, Arnold Schoenberg was a leader of the Second Viennese School. Although he embraced the lavish orchestral style of Wagner early in his career, he subsequently pioneered the twelve-tone compositional technique that forever associated his name with the concept of atonality.