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Exam 3 Enjoyment of music.
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Use of meloies, rythms, or instruments that suggest foreign lands; common in romantic music
Slight holding back or pressing forward of tempo to intensify the expression of the music, often used in romantic music.
Setting of a poem for solo voice and piano, translating the poem's mood and imagery into music, common in the romantic period.
...He composed 600 songs
erlking is his composition
estrella and reconnaissance
21 brief piece cycles same note are presented in ever-changing rythmns, melodic shapes, and harmonics.
Composition in triple meter with a stately character, often for piano solo; originally a Polish court dance.
a polish dance in triple meter
In French, night piece; a composition, usually slow, lyrical, and intimate in character, often for piano solo.
Creator of symphionic poem
his melodies are sometimes surrounded by arpeggios that create the impression of three hands playing
introduction and end of the movement.
Instrumental music having no intended association with a story, poem, idea, or scene; nonprogram music.
Instrumental music associated with a story, poem, idea, or scene, often found in the romantic period.
Symphony (a composition for orchestra in several movements) related to a story, idea, or scene, in which each movement usually has a descriptive title; often found in romantic music.
(tone poem) Programmatic composition for orchestra in one movement, which may have a traditional form (Such as sonata or rondo) or an original, irregular form
Music intended to be performed before and during a play, setting the mood for the drama.
March to scaffold
Single melody used in several movements of a ling work to represent a recurring idea.
Czech national music
inspiration of other for nationalism
Symphony no 9 (Baby's day out horror feeling in music)
Symphony No.9 Dvorak
baby's day out movie jasto chha
having a bombastic bass and some feeling of horror
style: French, Italian, German
had a pen friend who support finiancially
speacial quality sound, rich and dark,
Marry pattron's daughter
expressive vocal melody
Realism in opera
never pay back
operas and artistic philosophy had a powerful impact on musician, poets, painters, and playwrights.
German place where wagner was presented
short musical idea associated with a person, object, or thought, characteristic of the operas of Wagner.
characteristics of romanticism:
1. Individuality of Style
2. Expressive Aims and Subjects
3. Nationalism and exoticism
4. Program Music
5. Expressive Tone Color
6. Colorful Harmony
7. Expanded Range of Dynamics, Pitch and Tempo
8. Form: Miniature and Monumental
expression of nationalism
History, folk songs, dances, legends
romantic orchestra different than that of the classical period
Large in number, increased the power of the brass section.
piano change (how it was made) in the early romantic period
iron frame was introduced to hold the string with tension and the hammers were coated with felt
Did romantic composers reject basic forms from the classical period, or expand upon them?
Expand upon them
What instrument was an important part of every middle class home?
the three forms for art songs
Number of song composed by schubert
more than 600
Character in Erlking
Accompaniment represent Horse
and legendary erlking which means the king of elves
Purpose of Chopin's etudes.
To help a performer master specific technical difficulties also a musical masterr piece not just exercise
What characterizes Liszt's piano works in general?
His melodies are sometime surrounded by arpeggios that create the impression of three hand playing.
Whose music was Mendelssohn known for rekindling?
Johann Sebastian Bach
cadenza in the first movement of Mendelssohn's violin concerto
near the end.
Who developed the symphonic poem?
What was startling about Berlioz's Fantastic Symphony?
sensationally autobiographical program, amazingly novel orchestration, & vivid description of the weird and diabolical.
What is going on storywise in the fourth movement from the Fantastic Symphony?
March to scaffold
Which countries felt the strongest impact of musical nationalism?
Poland, Russia, Spain, Scandinaviam, Bohemia
Where does The Moldau get its title?
What was Dvorak's source for a "new national [American] music school"?
What is the genre and form of Tchaikovsky's Romeo and Juliet?
What major genre did Brahms not compose?
What is the most significant musical element of Verdi's operas?
Expressive vocal melody
La donna è mobile is from which opera?
ACT III Rigoletto
Who sings the aria Che gelida manina?
What is the character of Wagner's orchestrations?
just important as voice, essential part of texture, not subordinate, huge
Who is Siegmund from Die Walküre?
son of whotan
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