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78 terms
Classical Music Mk 1
Classical Period Years
Galant
Anything not Rock, Pop, Jazz or folk i…
Mood in the Classical Period
(1750-1820)
Graceful and Elegant
Classical
Great Variety and contrast
Classical Period Years
(1750-1820)
Galant
Graceful and Elegant
9 terms
Classical Music Quiz 1
Polyphony
Fugue
Symphony
Piano
Style of harmony popular during the Baroque period
Four-part musical form popular during the Baroque period
Genre popularized during the Classical period
Instrument invented at the end of the Baroque period
Polyphony
Style of harmony popular during the Baroque period
Fugue
Four-part musical form popular during the Baroque period
35 terms
Introduction to Classical Music #1
accompaniment
aria
ballet
bass drum
musical background in support of a melody
solo in an opera, usually accompanied by orchestra
musical composition intended to accompany a staged dance perf…
large drum with a low sound produced by beating the instrumen…
accompaniment
musical background in support of a melody
aria
solo in an opera, usually accompanied by orchestra
57 terms
Classical Music Quiz 1
Rhythm: general
Beat
Meter
Rhythm: the layer
when and how a song event (pitch) happens; a way of talking a…
the background pulse of a piece of music (not always audible,…
a recurring pattern of strong and weak beats (groupings: a st…
a particular arrangement of long and short notes (what we hea…
Rhythm: general
when and how a song event (pitch) happens; a way of talking a…
Beat
the background pulse of a piece of music (not always audible,…
56 terms
Classical Music Test 1
4 Elements of Music
Traditional Classification
Scientific Classification of Instruments
double stopping
Pitch, Duration, Volume, Timbre
-Strings... -woodwinds... -brass... -percussion... -keyboard
-Aerophones: Vibrates air in a tube... -Chordophones: (Lutes, Zi…
Playing two strings at once
4 Elements of Music
Pitch, Duration, Volume, Timbre
Traditional Classification
-Strings... -woodwinds... -brass... -percussion... -keyboard
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Music Appreciation 1 Classical
Classical
Composers
Melody
Rhythm
1750-1825
Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert
Symmetrical melody in balance phrase and cadences; tuneful;.…
Clear rhythmically, with regularly recurring accents; dance r…
Classical
1750-1825
Composers
Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert
26 terms
Classical Music Exam 1
Rhythm
Tempo
Beat
Meter
Time element in music
how quickly music moves through time
-basic unit of measurement for time in music... -how the music m…
-how the rhythm is organized in equal length phrases... -not org…
Rhythm
Time element in music
Tempo
how quickly music moves through time
12 terms
Lesson 1: Classical Music
Preclassical Period
Rococo style
Empfindsamer Stil
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Carl Philipp…
Transition period from Baroque to Classical
Approximately existed from 1720-1775; simple, elegant, gracef…
music is more intense and enhanced; heightened the emotional…
Composers of Empfindsamer stil
Preclassical Period
Transition period from Baroque to Classical
Rococo style
Approximately existed from 1720-1775; simple, elegant, gracef…
30 terms
Classical Music
1725-1810
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Joseph Haydn
Simplicity
Sacred Music
Dates of the Classical period
Composers of the classical period
The focus of the classical period
Religious Music
1725-1810
Dates of the Classical period
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Joseph Haydn
Composers of the classical period
18 terms
Module 1 Classical Music
Conjunct
Disjunct
Phrase
Rythm
A melody wihth small steps.
A melodt wihth large steps.
Distinct parts of a melody.
Seqence of events in musical time.
Conjunct
A melody wihth small steps.
Disjunct
A melodt wihth large steps.
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1: Music in Classical Antiquity
Plato defined music as consisting of...
Aristotle listed
Pythagoras
Plato's Roots
words, harmony and rhythm
words, melody, and rhythm as the components of poetry
6th century BCE philosopher and mathematician who identified…
-Mathematics and abstract thinking... -His philosophical affinit…
Plato defined music as consisting of...
words, harmony and rhythm
Aristotle listed
words, melody, and rhythm as the components of poetry
30 terms
Classical Music Exam #1
rhythm
beat
duple meter
triple meter
actual arrangment of durations (long/short notes) in a partic…
basic unit of measurement for time in music
beats grouped in twos
beats grouped in threes
rhythm
actual arrangment of durations (long/short notes) in a partic…
beat
basic unit of measurement for time in music
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Music 1: Baroque and Classical
baroque time period
monteverdi
purcell
handel
1600-1750
baroque composer
baroque composer
baroque composer
baroque time period
1600-1750
monteverdi
baroque composer
24 terms
Classical music (part 1)
overture
bridge
contrasting key
development
does not follow the structure of a multimovement cycle
section in sonata form that modulates from one theme to the n…
second theme of bridge establishes
features the most tension and drama through modulation
overture
does not follow the structure of a multimovement cycle
bridge
section in sonata form that modulates from one theme to the n…
12 terms
classical music test #1
Symphony #5
Turnado: Nessun Dorna
Toccata & Fugue
Piano Sonata #11
Beethoven, Classical, Sonata
Puccini, Romantic, Opera
Bach, Baroque, Toccata & Fugue
Mozart, Classical, Rondo
Symphony #5
Beethoven, Classical, Sonata
Turnado: Nessun Dorna
Puccini, Romantic, Opera
38 terms
classical music test 1
oboe bassoon
clarinet saxophone
piano xylaphone
staff
What instruments are double reeded?
What instruments are single reeded?
What percussion instruments have pitch
a set of five horizontal lines and four spaces that each repr…
oboe bassoon
What instruments are double reeded?
clarinet saxophone
What instruments are single reeded?
70 terms
Classical Music Test 1
Pitch
interval
rhythm
meter
single solitary sound -subjective
distances between two pitches
the smallest element of time in music the variable that keeps…
organization of a music pulse into strong and weak beats in m…
Pitch
single solitary sound -subjective
interval
distances between two pitches
24 terms
Classical Music Test 1
Medieval
Renaiasance
Baroque
Classic
450-1450
1450-1600
1600-1750
1750-1825
Medieval
450-1450
Renaiasance
1450-1600
10 terms
Classical Music test 1
Partita #6 in E minor
Piano concerto #17 first movement
Piano concerto #5 first movement
Piano concerto #1 first movement
Baroque, Bach
early classical, Mozart
Late classical, Beethoven
Romantic, Brahms
Partita #6 in E minor
Baroque, Bach
Piano concerto #17 first movement
early classical, Mozart
38 terms
Classical Music Test 1
Planets: Mars... Composer: Holst
Tempo
Beat
Meter
Militaristic because of drums and brass instruments... Rhythmic…
Fast or Slow... Adagio, moderato, allegro
Steady, recurring, pulse
2/4 or 4/4 = duple... 3/4 = triple... 6/8 = compound
Planets: Mars... Composer: Holst
Militaristic because of drums and brass instruments... Rhythmic…
Tempo
Fast or Slow... Adagio, moderato, allegro
Classical Music Midterm 1
Who won the "Civil War" of France?
What is the language called of the Fre…
What was the difference between the No…
rhythm
Northern France
langue d'oil (language of yes)
North more industrialized and wealthy with great cities a str…
patterns that unfold across time
Who won the "Civil War" of France?
Northern France
What is the language called of the Fre…
langue d'oil (language of yes)
40 terms
Music History 8.1 Classical Music
Classical Music
Classicus
World Music or Folk Music
Musicology
Music that emerged from Western Europe in the Middle Ages aro…
The word classical originated from this word; Latin word mean…
Two terms used to describe the native music of the rest of th…
Study of music that is a branch of knowledge or field of rese…
Classical Music
Music that emerged from Western Europe in the Middle Ages aro…
Classicus
The word classical originated from this word; Latin word mean…
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Music History 1: Classical Terms
Cyclical Structure
Rocket Theme
Minuet and Trio
Absolute Music (Pure Music)
Musical material, such as a theme, heard in one movement retu…
Rapidly ascending melody outlining an arpeggio, often used as…
Minuet is a graceful, elegant dance of French origin in moder…
also known as "pure music", it is music without extra-musical…
Cyclical Structure
Musical material, such as a theme, heard in one movement retu…
Rocket Theme
Rapidly ascending melody outlining an arpeggio, often used as…
27 terms
Music History 1 - Classical Vocab
classicism
Viennese School
absolute music
sonata cycle
a movement in the late 18th century. It pertains to the highe…
Refers to the musical style forged by Haydn, Mozart, and Beet…
Pure music, not linked to words or descriptive ideas. Opposit…
multi-movement structure that emerged in the classical era, d…
classicism
a movement in the late 18th century. It pertains to the highe…
Viennese School
Refers to the musical style forged by Haydn, Mozart, and Beet…
9 terms
Music in the classical period quiz #1
Describe 3 differences between Opera i…
Discuss instrumental music in the Clas…
List one major change in the orchestra…
List 3 different instrumental forms of…
Solemnity vs. Sense of Humor... Musical virtuosity vs. Musical s…
Instrumental music becomes more and more important... Harpsichor…
Enlargement of orchestra, especially of the strings
Symphony... Concerto... Instrumental Chamber Ensemble
Describe 3 differences between Opera i…
Solemnity vs. Sense of Humor... Musical virtuosity vs. Musical s…
Discuss instrumental music in the Clas…
Instrumental music becomes more and more important... Harpsichor…
11 terms
Classical Music
Piano
Composer
Mozart
Beethoven
A musical instrument with a keyboard and wooden case enclosin…
A person who writes music
Austrian composer and pianist ... - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756…
German composer and pianist ... - Ludwig van Beethoven 1770-1827
Piano
A musical instrument with a keyboard and wooden case enclosin…
Composer
A person who writes music
38 terms
Classical Music Chapters 1-5
shakuhachi
idiophones
conjunct melodies
disjunct melodies
Japanese end-blown bamboo flute
Sound made from hitting, shaking, or waving a solid object. (…
Close distances between pitches
Far away distances between pitches
shakuhachi
Japanese end-blown bamboo flute
idiophones
Sound made from hitting, shaking, or waving a solid object. (…
49 terms
Classical Music Vocab no. 1
a capella
accent
accompaniment
adagio
vocal music that is unaccompanied bu instruments
to emphasize a note or group of notes
separate vocal or instrumental parts that are used to support…
a slow tempo or the title of a movement with a slow tempo
a capella
vocal music that is unaccompanied bu instruments
accent
to emphasize a note or group of notes
28 terms
Music Appreciation 1 Romantic and Classical
Romantic
Composers Romantic
Melody Romantic
Rhythm Romantic
1820-1900
Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Chopin, Liszt, Be…
Expansive, singing melodies, wide ranging, more varied, with…
Rhythmic diversity and elasticity, tempo rubato
Romantic
1820-1900
Composers Romantic
Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Chopin, Liszt, Be…
30 terms
Appreciating Classical Music Quiz 1
SATB
Cantata
Motet
Through Composed
an initialism for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, defining the vo…
is a vocal composition with an instrumental accompaniment, ty…
a highly varied choral musical composition, one of the pre-em…
means that the music is relatively continuous, non-sectional,…
SATB
an initialism for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, defining the vo…
Cantata
is a vocal composition with an instrumental accompaniment, ty…
16 terms
IGCSE Music: Classical Music
Gluck
Haydn
Mozart
Salieri
German opera composer.
Austrian strings composer.
Austrian piano/vocal composer. One of the most famous compose…
Italian opera composer.
Gluck
German opera composer.
Haydn
Austrian strings composer.
11 terms
Exam #1 - Baroque & Classical Music
Dido and Aeneas
Canatata 140, Wachet auf, movement 1
Messiah
The Four Seasons: Spring, Concerto, mv…
Baroque... Purcell... Opera
Baroque... Bach... cantata (sacred)
Baroque... Handel... Oratorio
Baroque... Vivaldi... solo concerto
Dido and Aeneas
Baroque... Purcell... Opera
Canatata 140, Wachet auf, movement 1
Baroque... Bach... cantata (sacred)
45 terms
Classical Music
Classical Music
1750-1820
dynamics
restrained
traditional genre of music conforming to an established form…
In what time period was classical music developed?
p<f>p... Piano... Element of musical expression relating to the de…
...
Classical Music
traditional genre of music conforming to an established form…
1750-1820
In what time period was classical music developed?
27 terms
Music Appreciation 1 Baroque and Classical
Composers Baroque
Melody Baroque
Rhythm Baroque
Harmony Baroque
Monteverdi, Purcell, Vivaldi, Bach, Handel
Continuous melody with wide leaps, chromatic tones for emotio…
Single rhythm predominant, steady, energetic pulse freer in v…
Chromatic harmony for expressive effect; major- minor system…
Composers Baroque
Monteverdi, Purcell, Vivaldi, Bach, Handel
Melody Baroque
Continuous melody with wide leaps, chromatic tones for emotio…
18 terms
Music Exam 1 (2) CLASSICAL
Age of reason
Bourbon Kings in
Frederick the Great in
French
rational thought and clarity of expression
France, e.g. Louis XIV and XVI
Prussia (now part of Germany)
Revolution and rise of Napoleon
Age of reason
rational thought and clarity of expression
Bourbon Kings in
France, e.g. Louis XIV and XVI
75 terms
MUSIC 1306: Classical period 1
When was the classical period from?
Classical period was the age of _____
Classical period had the rise of the _…
_____ form is very dominating in the c…
1750-1820
enlightenment
middle
Ternary
When was the classical period from?
1750-1820
Classical period was the age of _____
enlightenment
12 terms
Classical music
opera
oratorio
concerto
sonata
a dramatic work in one or more acts, set to music for singers…
a musical composition for voices and orchestra based on a rel…
composition for soloist and orchestra in three movements (fir…
a composition of three or four independent movements, written…
opera
a dramatic work in one or more acts, set to music for singers…
oratorio
a musical composition for voices and orchestra based on a rel…
18 terms
Classical Era Music Quiz #1
Melody
Melody moves in:
Four components of melody
What are the 6 dynamic levels from sof…
Two pitches placed one after the other
Steps or Leaps
1. Singable/Unsinkable ... 2. Steps/Leaps... 3. Legato/Staccato ... 4.…
1. pp: pianissimo ... 2. p: piano... 3. mp: mezzo piano ... 4. mf: mez…
Melody
Two pitches placed one after the other
Melody moves in:
Steps or Leaps
14 terms
Classical Music History Unit 1
Rhythm
Meter
Tempo
Pitch
Shapes and gives new meaning to musics. It is the arrangement…
Any strong or weak beat repeating again and again in a recurr…
The rate at which the basic, regular beats follows another.
Sound vibrations that our ears hears in different sounds.
Rhythm
Shapes and gives new meaning to musics. It is the arrangement…
Meter
Any strong or weak beat repeating again and again in a recurr…
22 terms
Classical Music
Crescendo
Decrescendo
Father of the Modern Day Symphony
String Quartet
Gradually louder
Gradually softer
What was Franz Joseph Haydn's nickname?
Which musical style did Haydn invent?
Crescendo
Gradually louder
Decrescendo
Gradually softer
18 terms
Composers and Classical Music page 1
johann bach
samuel barber
beethoven
berlioz
goldberg variations
school for scandal
fidelio
damnation of faust
johann bach
goldberg variations
samuel barber
school for scandal
31 terms
Classical Music
1750 - 1810
Clarinet
Pairs
Strings
The dates for the classical period.
The clarinet was invented and became really popular in the cl…
Woodwind instruments in the classical orchestra were often se…
The string family formed the basis of the orchestra and was g…
1750 - 1810
The dates for the classical period.
Clarinet
The clarinet was invented and became really popular in the cl…
53 terms
Classical music
Beethoven
Mozart
Haydn
Classical concerto
Composed Symphony in C minor
Requiem Mass
Symphony 101
Used bigger orchestra; blended solo parts with orchestral
Beethoven
Composed Symphony in C minor
Mozart
Requiem Mass
118 terms
World Classical Music - Midterm 1
Sacred Music
Secular Music
Genre
Form
Music used for religious purposes
Music for entertainment or any non-religious event
An overall description that gives the listener an idea of the…
The structure of a work
Sacred Music
Music used for religious purposes
Secular Music
Music for entertainment or any non-religious event
203 terms
World of Classical Music Midterm 1
art music
who played art music? for whom?
where did "the west" originate?
antiquity
broader genre to which classical music belongs
highly trained players, elite audience
greece and italy; expanded to spain, eastern eurpoe, scandana…
100 BC - 500 AD
art music
broader genre to which classical music belongs
who played art music? for whom?
highly trained players, elite audience
29 terms
Classical Music quiz 1 terms
music
classical music
popular music
rhythm
the rational organization of sounds and silences passing thro…
music that has endured the test of time and requires a partic…
a broad category of music designed to please a large section…
the organization of time in music, dividing up long spans of…
music
the rational organization of sounds and silences passing thro…
classical music
music that has endured the test of time and requires a partic…
43 terms
Classical Music Unit 1 Test
Rhythm
Tempo
Beat
Duration
How music moves through time
Speed at which sound moves through time
How music feels as it moves through time
Measurement of time as a unit
Rhythm
How music moves through time
Tempo
Speed at which sound moves through time
10 terms
RCM Music History 1 - The Classical Era
classicism
Viennese School
absolute music
sonata cycle
Pertaining to excellence, value and timeless quality, ____ re…
musical style created in Vienna by Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven
music without external associations, usually with generic tit…
a multi-movement structure used in the classical concerto, so…
classicism
Pertaining to excellence, value and timeless quality, ____ re…
Viennese School
musical style created in Vienna by Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven
12 terms
Western Classical Music Quiz 1
basso continuo
Monteverdi Birth/Death Date
Bach Birth/Death Date
Orfeo Performance date
most improvised innovations in music in the 17th century, bas…
1567-643
1685 - 1750
Saturday, February 24, 1607
basso continuo
most improvised innovations in music in the 17th century, bas…
Monteverdi Birth/Death Date
1567-643
46 terms
Classical music term test 1
Shakuhachi
Idiophones
Conjunct melodies
Disjunct melodies
bamboo flute from Japan; can bend pitches, plays notes b/w no…
Class of instrument where the instrument sound comes from str…
Melodies that are easy to sing; close together "scale" ex. Jo…
Distance b/w notes ex. Somewhere over the Rainbow
Shakuhachi
bamboo flute from Japan; can bend pitches, plays notes b/w no…
Idiophones
Class of instrument where the instrument sound comes from str…
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