Perfect/imperfect authentic cadences, half cadences, deceptive cadences, and plagal cadences have been around since at least Mozart. What are some either specific cadences or approaches to cadences that started with...
- Wagner and the late Romantics
- Bartok and the folk music enthusiasts
- Debussy and the Impressionists
I do know that they're much more likely to use chromaticism in general than Classical composers, but I'm looking particularly for interesting non-Classical ways they handled ends of phrases when they wanted to convey at least some degree of closure.