the perception of pleasant arrangements of musical notes
the structure of music with respect to the composition and progression of chords
the basic rhythmic unit in a piece of music
The highest to the lowest note that person can sing.
involve dividing a larger period of time into smaller rhythmic units.
are involved when larger periods of time are constructed from smaller rhythmic units added at the end of the previous unit.
Principles of Art design used to express meaning and emotions
Line, color, shape form, texture, and balance
Rhythm, Melody, Form, Texture, Timbre, and Dynamics
Contrast among various lengths of musical tones.
Use of succession of notes, like ups and downs in a horizontal line.
The structure of the song
Context in which simultaneous sounds happen (chords)
Quality of the sound
Principles of Art Design
Line, unity, color, shape, form, texture, balance, repetition, movement, value
Characterized by both secular and sacred music.
Increase in secular music, but also had sacred music.
composers: Giovanni Gabrieli, Leonel Pwer, Jonh Durstable, Atnoni Busnois, Thomas Tallis
Composers: Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Monterverdi
Know for its balance and structure
Composers: Beethoven, Mozart
Emotional, large, and programmatic music.
Beethhoven, Franz Schubert
1910 - present
Music became limitless in style, rhythm, form, Harmonic combinations, and complexity due primarily to technology.
Type of Music
Balada, Blues, Cantata, Classical, Concerto, Contemporary African, Country, Electonic, Electronic Dance Music, Folk, Gospel, Hip hop, Jazz, Latin American, Mass, Motet, Opera, Oratorio, Overture, Punk, Rock & roll, Sonata, Suite, Symphony, Traditional African, Work song