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What school of composers wrote a smooth style of polyphony?

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A: A style of early polyphony.

The definition of polyphony is a style which is formed by simultaneously combining different parts of music. This usually makes one melody with all the parts harmonizing.

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1890-1918 or 1900's in America, Composers: Debussy (France), Stravinsky (Russia) and Schoenberg (Germany).

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Prokofiev and his Symphony No. 1 in D Major, "Classical," may have been the first piece designated as Neoclassical. Stravinsky did a major study of this, and created numerous pieces in this style, for example, Pulcinella, and A Fairy's Kiss, both taking on styles of former composers.

Originally, CPE Bach, Haydn, and Mozart. But later on he went on to compose in an increasingly individual style.

Because of its style, and the fact that it was composed by Beethoven, who is held in regard as one of the best classical era composers.

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Liszt did not copy anyone. On the contrary, his style served to influence contemporary composers such as Chopin, Berlioz, Bruckner, Mahler, Dvorak and Wagner.

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