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The Romantic Era (Orchestra)
Terms in this set (12)
weight, bow speed, contact
Large dynamic changes ( e.g. ffff to pppp) require imediate changes in ______ on the bow, bow ______, and sounding or ______ points.
Forzandos (sfz) are played with a ______ attack, versus forte-pianos (fp) which are leaned into.
on or off
The dynamic determines if running note passages are played either______or______the string: louder passages played more on the string and softer passages more off the string.
During more sustained and/or slurred notes the bow never______.
Forte, successive note played all with repeated down bow strokes, are typically played with high ______.
loud and relaxed
The difference between Marcato and Martele'. The end of the Marcato is ______. The end of a Martele' bow stroke is soft and ______.
Romantic music is often associated with the practice of expressively quickening or slackening the tempo, also known as______.
When playing in a large ensemble, it's therefore vitally important to follow the ______, who coordinates the changing temp.
Romantic, Russian composer.
Romantic, German composer.
Romantic, French composer.
Romantic, Czech composer.
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