arrangements of music transferred from one medium to another.
director of an orchestra, choir, or other performing group
vertical blocks of different tones that sound simultaneously
free treatment of tempo within a musical phrase
extended work for orchestra with several contrasting movements
a sequence of 8 pitches built on the pattern of one whole step, one half step, two hole steps, one half step, and two whole steps
term used to refer to an aspect of music that controls the listeners sense of how much time has passed
theme & variations
musical form in which a melodic idea is stated then varied in a succession of statements
a musician who reworks existing musical material
harmonies are build on the first, forth, and fifth degrees of the scale
used to build melodies
Johann Strauss II
composer of the "Blue Danube Waltz"
American conductor who received the "Barrier Breaker Award"
relative minor scale
playing or singing any major scale from LA to LA instead of DO to DO
pianist and founder of the Modern Jazz Quartet who transformed eighteenth-century work into "One Diamond"
the classical composer and conductor who created an orchestration of the "Frere Jacques" theme
Johann Sebastian Bach
comoser of Toccata, Adagio, and Fuge in C Major for the organ
wrote "I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good," which was recorded by legendary Sarah Vaughn
Chinese version of the pipa
root of a chord
the tone on which the chord is built
composer of Adagio for Strings
wrote and transcribed "American Salute" for band
" When Johnny Comes Marching Home
a popular American song from the Revolutionary War period
most melodies begin and end with this chord
was inspired by Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No.2 and wrote "All By Myself"
three primary chords
collectively incorporate all 7 tones of the scale
creating variations on a theme
changing the key, tempo, rhythm, meter, texture, timbre, melody, harmony, or style
A person who writes music; , someone who composes music as a profession
A musician who reworks existing musical material; He/she manipulates notes, harmonies, rhythms, and other musical elements.
A person takes existing music and tries to transfer it (as it is) to another medium; assigns the music to a different set of players or singers, changing the medium of the music, but not the arrangement.