About Alois Hába

About Alois Hába

Alois Hába (June 21, 1893, Vizovice – November 18, 1973, Prague) was a Czech composer, musical theoretician, teacher and organiser, one of the creators of microtonal systems. His most significant innovative contribution to European music is his reworking of the tonality into quarter, six, twelve, and five tone systems, which come from the Moravian folk tradition. He was a student of Vítězslav Novák, doggedly fought for a new style, which precisely mirrored the Schoenberg and Webern evolution in the twenties. Read more on Last.fm


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