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I agree that much of Petrushka is an example of pandiatonicism, but the introduction implies that Stravinsky wrote pandiatonically in his neoclassic period exclusively. I would change it, but I am not sure whether "neoclassic period" should be changed to "Russian period" or removed completely- I do not know enough about Stravinsky to make that call 01:41, 14 August 2007 (UTC)anon

This Boy doesn't sound pandiatonic to me, the progression is a VI II V I and the tonic is well defined. The melody seems off, but the harmony isn't really. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Mirak1979 (talkcontribs) 06:25, 21 February 2012‎

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The references on this page are done manually, and it looks sort of weird and isn't very user friendly. I would fix it but I'm not sure how. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 13:28, 21 September 2011