dodecaphonist

do·dec·a·phon·ic

 (dō′dĕk-ə-fŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Relating to, composed in, or consisting of twelve-tone music.

[Greek dōdeka, twelve; see dodecagon + phon(o)-, tone, pitch + -ic.]

do·dec′a·phon·ist (dō-dĕk′ə-fə-nĭst, dō′də-kăf′ə-) n.
do·dec′a·phon′y (dō-dĕk′ə-fō′nē, dō′də-kăf′ə-), do·dec′a·phon·ism n.

dodecaphonist

(ˌdəʊdɛkəˈfɒnɪst)
n
(Classical Music) music a user of the twelve-tone system of serial music
Translations
dodécaphoniste
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As a dodecaphonist, he underscored creation over methodology; he was also open to new electronic means of composition and he even experimented with indeterminacy.