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Arts and Humanities Final
Element of music that supports the melody
Element of music that means the structure of music
Element of music that means the unique sound of an instrument
Element of music that means a satisfying sequence of notes; what gets stuck in your head
Element of music that refers to the loudness and softness of music
Music that sounds "sad" or "dark"
Element of music that refers to the speed of music
Tempo marking that means "as fast as possible"
Element of music that is a combination of notes and rests and creates the "beat" of a song
Considered the first ballerina to go on her toes or "en pointe"
Element of dance that refers to actual moves
Ballerina who helped spread ballet to all parts of the world
To go on your toes in dance
Element of dance that refers to the area used
King Louis XIV
French monarch that started the world's first dance school
Type of social dance that prefers cooperation over competition
Brazilian martial art disguised as dance
Type of social dance that involves finding a mate or partner
A purpose of why people dance that includes ballet and musical theater
Renaissance music intended for non-religious purposes
Deprez and Palestrina
Famous Renaissance string instrument
What Baroque performers would do to melodies
Oddly shaped pearl
Translation of Baroque
Form and Order
Main characteristics of Classical music
Classical composer who died at a young age
Composer most known for writing symphonies
Mass for the dead or a funeral
Bridge between the Classical and Romantic period
Worldwide event that improved the process of making instruments
Music with no tonal center
Type of atonal music that uses all notes of the chromatic scale
20th century composer who wrote in the Impressionist style
20th century devleopment that returned to qualities of a previous time period
Origin of jazz music
Making up music as you go; defining characteristic of jazz
Style of jazz that combined Cuban, African, and Spanish music qualities.
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