This is simply representing the formation of the proper differentiation in the musical styles, and the presentation is made simply explaining the clarity in the neoclassicism (Dyck, 2014). The Schoenberg and the Stravinsky consist of the different attitudes which are reflected by the variation of the compositions and the interest can be easily reflected by the styles undertaken in the form of the concerns. This is simply representing the ideas regarding the generation of the music and the organization of sounds. Thus, the mode of expressing capability can be easily reflected in the differentiation made between the two composers. The cultural, social and the other human essentials are established in the form of the creations that are reflecting the impersonal and the objectives. These are considered as a part of the modernist movement, which is pointed out in the form of establishing the creations and the experiences can be easily provided in the form of aesthetics established. Thus, the modernist movement is defined as the expressionism by the Schoenberg.
The Schoenberg had formulated the twelve-tone technique that can be heard at the piano concerto and it is identified since the richest and the warmest harmonies are established by the Schoenberg. This is simply representing the Chamber Symphony No.2 which is depicted to be consisting of the twelve-tone method and the dominating force in the mid-twentieth century is established. This is represented to be strongly influencing the western music and the conduct can be easily provided. The Stravinsky enabled to help out the formation of elements of the piece in the form of the new musical language. The rhythm and the new combinations are well developed since it is formed in the form of representing the dissonance and it is conducted in the form of illustrating the conduct of the fact since it is providing the dissonance of the pieces in the form of the polytonal and the polyphonic textures. This is the evidence which can be easily provided in this case and the differentiation of the two composers can be easily provided in this context.