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List of musical pieces which use extended techniques

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This is a list of musical compositions that employ extended techniques to obtain unusual sounds or instrumental timbres.

  • Hector Berlioz
  • Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber
  • François-Adrien Boieldieu
  • Benjamin Britten
  • Leo Brouwer
  • John Cage
  • Aaron Cassidy
  • Nicolas-Marie Dalayrac
  • Pascal Dusapin
  • John Eaton
  • Carlo Farina
  • Tobias Hume
  • "Harke, Harke", from First Part of Ayres (1605). The viol da gamba plays col legno, with the instruction "Drum this with the back of your Bow" (Boyden 2001; Morrow and Harris 2001; Traficante 2001).
  • Charles Ives
  • Helmut Lachenmann
  • Gustav Mahler
  • Gérard Pesson
  • Camille Saint-Saëns
  • Arnold Schoenberg
  • Salvatore Sciarrino
  • Igor Stravinsky
  • Toru Takemitsu
  • Heitor Villa-Lobos
  • Kevin Volans String quartets like "White Man Sleeps" uses many extended techniques, both compositional and instrumental.
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