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Conventionally, the story of musical modernism has been told in terms of a catastrophic break with the (tonal) past and the search for entirely new techniques and modes of expression suitable to a new age. The resulting notion of a single, linear, modernist mainstream (predicated on the basis of a Schoenbergian model of musical progress) has served to conceal a more subtle relationship between past and present. Increasingly, it is being recognised that there exist many modernisms and theirdoi:10.2298/muz0606019k fatcat:3r53fcpgtfgx3izmn2dpogf7gq