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Stefan Wolpe

Stefan Wolpe was a composer of atonal works notable for providing one alternative mode of atonal writing to that developed by Schoenberg. Despite excursions into popular, folk, and jazz idioms at different periods, Wolpe continued to compose in atonal styles throughout times when he wrote other types of pieces. His works are often characterized by cross cutting and discontinuity between different musical gestures and textures, probably an influence of the artistic movement Dadaism, which relies on extremely sudden changes and incongruous juxtapositions. Wolpe was an influential teacher in the United States, where his pupils included Morton Feldman, George Shapey, and Charles Wuorinen.