Honegger's music was presented in Prague on several occasions immediately after the end of World War I, yet the breakthrough came with the performance of his symphonic movement Pacific 231 at the first Prague concert of the festival of the International Society for Contemporary Music in 1924.
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ISCM stands for International Society for Contemporary Music
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Nutida Musik/Tritonus (ISSN 0029-6597), published quarterly by the International Society for Contemporary Music, Svenska (Swedish) section, has simplified its name and returned to its previous title, Nutida Musik, starting with volume 47 (2004).
In 1922, the first international gathering of musicians resulted in the formation of the International Society for Contemporary Music, of which Evans later became President.