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Placing one traditional chord against another at the same time, a technique of twentieth-century music
The complete rejection of a tonal center, or treating each of the twelve tones as of equal importance
artistic movement, centered in Germany and Austria from 1905 to 1925, that stressed intense, subjective emotion
artistic movement, centered in France in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, that stressed atmosphere, fluidity, and color
music characterized by its steady pulse, clear tonality, and insistent repetition of short melodic fragements
artistic movement from about 1920 to 1950 that is marked by emotional restraint, balance, and clarity
deliberate evocation of unsophisticated power through insistent rhythms and percussive sounds
use of the technique of the twelve-tone system to organize rhythm, dynamics, and tone color
Style that evolved in the early 1940's, characterized by complex rhythmic patterns, asymmetrical melodic phrases, solo improvisation, and irregular accents
form of vocal music usually characterized by a 12-bar chord progression over a steady 4/4 beat
style that emerged in the early 1950s that was related to bop but calmer and more relaxed in character
style that emerged in the early 1960s that was not based on regular forms or established chord patterns
New Orleans Style
style developed in the early 1900s, characterized by collective improvisation of solo performers over a clearly marked beat
piano style generally in duple meter, performed at a moderate mark tempo, popular from the 1890s to about 1915
vocal music with a hard, driving beat, often featuring electric guitar accompaniment and heavily amplified sound
the chord progression usually used in the blues involves only three basic chords; tonic, dominant, ________
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