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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
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…
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
318 terms
Classical Music
Marriage of Figaro
Don Giovanni, incl. "Catalogue Aria"
The Magic Flute, incl. "Der Holle Rach…
Jupiter Symphony (no. 41)
Mozart
Mozart
Mozart
Mozart
Marriage of Figaro
Mozart
Don Giovanni, incl. "Catalogue Aria"
Mozart
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…
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…
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Classical Music
traditional genre of music conforming to an established form…
1750-1820
In what time period was classical music developed?
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
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
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
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.
22 terms
Classical Music- Classical Period
3 Features of Classic Period:
Most important genres in Classic Era
Were secular genres more common in cla…
Opera criticized, transitioned to a ne…
1) Balanced phrases... 2) Simple harmony... 3) Light accompaniment
Large-scale:... Opera , Symphony... Smaller-scale:... String quartet,…
YES
Comic Opera- featured simpler music, down-to-earth characters…
3 Features of Classic Period:
1) Balanced phrases... 2) Simple harmony... 3) Light accompaniment
Most important genres in Classic Era
Large-scale:... Opera , Symphony... Smaller-scale:... String quartet,…
Classical Music
Symphony
Exposition
Recapitulation
Development
a large multi-movement work for orchestra
the first major section in a sonata form
the third and final major section in a sonata form
the second major section in a sonata form
Symphony
a large multi-movement work for orchestra
Exposition
the first major section in a sonata form
Classical Music
Haydn, Symphony No. 94 "Surprise" in G…
Mozart, Symphony No. 40 in G Minor (1s…
Mozart, The Magic Flute: Queen of the…
Mozart, Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major…
Haydn, Symphony No. 94 "Surprise" in G Major (2nd movement)*
Mozart, Symphony No. 40 in G Minor (1st movement)
Mozart, The Magic Flute: Queen of the Night, aria, singspiel…
Mozart, Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major (3rd movement)
Haydn, Symphony No. 94 "Surprise" in G…
Haydn, Symphony No. 94 "Surprise" in G Major (2nd movement)*
Mozart, Symphony No. 40 in G Minor (1s…
Mozart, Symphony No. 40 in G Minor (1st movement)
25 terms
Classical Music
Francois Marie Aroutte
The Classical Period
Rococo Style
Classical Music
Also known as "Voltaire"
Also called the Age of Enlightenment
Highly decorative and frivolous French style
Light, airy, elegant, well thought out
Francois Marie Aroutte
Also known as "Voltaire"
The Classical Period
Also called the Age of Enlightenment
Music: Classical
Classical Era
Franz Joseph Haydn
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Ludwig van Beethoven
"age of enlightenment" ... progress, reason, humanism (1750-1820)
born in Austria, served a patron, also active in London, Vien…
child prodigy, played harpsichord and violin - composed at an…
talented child musician, met Mozart and studied with Haydn ... -…
Classical Era
"age of enlightenment" ... progress, reason, humanism (1750-1820)
Franz Joseph Haydn
born in Austria, served a patron, also active in London, Vien…
6 terms
Classical music
orchestra
choir
ballet
symphony
orchestra
choir
10 terms
Music - Classical
Classical Composers
Alberti Bass
Terraced Dynamics
Sonata Form
Haydn, Mozart
Continuous broken chords played with the left hand
Sudden changes in dynamics - no crescendos or decrescendos
(Introduction), Exposition, Develoment, Recapitulation, (Coda)
Classical Composers
Haydn, Mozart
Alberti Bass
Continuous broken chords played with the left hand
Classical Music
The classical era lasted from
Texture in classical era was
Homophonic means
This is the first time ___ appeared as…
1750-1825
Homophonic
One melody supported by harmony
Homophonic
The classical era lasted from
1750-1825
Texture in classical era was
Homophonic
24 terms
music-classical
continuo
opera
recitative
aria
improvise from the bass line in the style of the music ( a fi…
contains recitatives, arias and chorus ... performed on the stag…
solo voice- tells the story... chordal accompaniement
solo voice but more allaborate than recitative... a musical conv…
continuo
improvise from the bass line in the style of the music ( a fi…
opera
contains recitatives, arias and chorus ... performed on the stag…
Classical Music
Melodies
Rhythm
Texture
Harmony
Often consist of short, tuneful phrases strung together; usua…
Metrical with a steady beat, except in recitatives
Mostly homophonic
Tonal with modulations mostly to nearly related keys; continu…
Melodies
Often consist of short, tuneful phrases strung together; usua…
Rhythm
Metrical with a steady beat, except in recitatives
Classical Music
Aria
Cadenza
Canata
Chamber Music
Song for solo voice w orchestra, emotional, melodic, operas,…
Unaccompanied piece of virtuoso show for soloist in concerto…
Momentum composition, chorus, soloist(s), instrumental ensemble
Music using small group of assigned musicians, intimate, ligh…
Aria
Song for solo voice w orchestra, emotional, melodic, operas,…
Cadenza
Unaccompanied piece of virtuoso show for soloist in concerto…
22 terms
Classical Music
Homophony
Alberti Bass
What was emphasized?
Characteristics of Classical Music
Having melody over a harmony
Named after Domenico Alberti who used it extensively but wasn…
Order, structural clarity, simplicity, dynamics, and phrasing
Lighter and Cleaner Texture
Homophony
Having melody over a harmony
Alberti Bass
Named after Domenico Alberti who used it extensively but wasn…
Classical Music
Classical Music
Dvorak
amy bach (1867-1944)
amy bach
several orchestras, opera, companies, and conservatories are…
encouraged American composers to use African American spiritu…
American composer and member of the 2nd new England school of…
put Irish folk tunes into her symphony, which supposedly has…
Classical Music
several orchestras, opera, companies, and conservatories are…
Dvorak
encouraged American composers to use African American spiritu…
5 terms
Classical Music
Allegro
Presto
Lento
Moderato
(Italian: cheerful, lively) is generally taken as fast, altho…
(Italian: quick) is used frequently as a direction to perform…
(Italian: slow; = French: lent, lentement) is used in instruc…
(Italian: moderate) is used as an indication of the speed to…
Allegro
(Italian: cheerful, lively) is generally taken as fast, altho…
Presto
(Italian: quick) is used frequently as a direction to perform…
15 terms
Classical Music
Most important music form
Music form where a solo instrument is…
How long was Classical era
Who reformed the opera
sonata
concerto
seventy
gluck
Most important music form
sonata
Music form where a solo instrument is…
concerto
21 terms
Classical music
Middle Ages
Renaissance
baroque
classical
450-1450
1450-1600
1600-1750
1750-1820
Middle Ages
450-1450
Renaissance
1450-1600
Classical music
Symphony
Diationic
Alberti bass
Sonata
large orchestra... strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion... 4 mo…
using notes which belong to the key rather that chromatic not…
split chordal accompaniment
Instrumental piece which was sounded in contrast to a vocal p…
Symphony
large orchestra... strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion... 4 mo…
Diationic
using notes which belong to the key rather that chromatic not…
classical music
Allemande
Arias
Ballads
Barcarolles
a 17th- and 18th-century dance in slow duple time.
An air or melody, ... and an elaborate melody sung solo with acc…
Any light, simple song, especially one of sentimental or roma…
A boating song of the Venetian gondoliers.
Allemande
a 17th- and 18th-century dance in slow duple time.
Arias
An air or melody, ... and an elaborate melody sung solo with acc…
53 terms
Classical Music
Classical era
Viennese School
diatonic
themes
1750-1825
Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and their successor Franz Schubert
chords built from the 7 tones of the major and minor scale
musical thoughts or ideas used as building blocks in the cons…
Classical era
1750-1825
Viennese School
Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and their successor Franz Schubert
Classical Music
rococo
EmprindsamerStil
Classical
characteristics of Classical
developed in FRance; relied on ornamentation; style galant;
Style galant became this; added element of heightened express…
represents the transition from the Baroque to the Classical i…
Form: sonata form... Textrue: homophonic; single melodic line, A…
rococo
developed in FRance; relied on ornamentation; style galant;
EmprindsamerStil
Style galant became this; added element of heightened express…
69 terms
Classical music
Beethoven
Mozart
Franz Joseph Haydn
Classical concerto
Composed Symphony in C minor
Requiem Mass
1732-1809... Born in Rohrau, Austria (near Hungarian border)... at…
baroque concerto grosso fell into disuse... solo concerto develo…
Beethoven
Composed Symphony in C minor
Mozart
Requiem Mass
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.
30 terms
Classical Music
Classical texture
- Theme A (Third Movement)- ALLEGRO... -…
- Theme B (Third Movement)- allegro... -…
Symphony
In contrast to the polyphonic texture, classical music is bas…
HIGH-SPIRITED MELODY
* Playful
- Lasts between 20-45 minutes, exploring tone color, volume (…
Classical texture
In contrast to the polyphonic texture, classical music is bas…
- Theme A (Third Movement)- ALLEGRO... -…
HIGH-SPIRITED MELODY
Classical Music
secular
dissonance and changes in dynamics
increased
Renaissance
throughout these 4 musical periods music becomes more worldly…
these increased throughout the 4 periods
the number of musicians has
very simple, a little boring... few musicians... composers: Joaquin…
secular
throughout these 4 musical periods music becomes more worldly…
dissonance and changes in dynamics
these increased throughout the 4 periods
Classical Music???
Beethoven Symphony No. 9 in D minor (O…
Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D Major
Bach Minuet in G Major
Fuer (Fur) Elise (A minor)
Starts on A and E
Starts on F#
Starts on D
Starts on E
Beethoven Symphony No. 9 in D minor (O…
Starts on A and E
Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D Major
Starts on F#
27 terms
Classical Music
Mood
Rhythm
Texture
Melody
may change gradually or suddenly, expressing conflicting surg…
adds variety to classical music, classical composition has we…
Homophonic, Pieces shift smoothly or suddenly from one textur…
most tuneful and easiest to remember, themes of even highly s…
Mood
may change gradually or suddenly, expressing conflicting surg…
Rhythm
adds variety to classical music, classical composition has we…
13 terms
Classical Music
When was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart born…
When did Mozart write his first sympho…
When did Mozart write his first opera?…
When was Ludwig Van Beethoven born and…
Born = 1756 ... Died = 1791
Age 10... Wrote 49 symphonies total
Age 11... Wrote 20 operas total... One opera was the Magic Flute
Born = 1770 in Germany ... Died = 1827
When was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart born…
Born = 1756 ... Died = 1791
When did Mozart write his first sympho…
Age 10... Wrote 49 symphonies total
Classical Music
1750-1825
largely homophonic
the aristocracy
elegant and singable
What are the dates of the Classical Era?
What is classical texture best described as?
Where was the eighteenth century composer most likely to find…
What is classical melody best described as?
1750-1825
What are the dates of the Classical Era?
largely homophonic
What is classical texture best described as?
28 terms
H Classical Music
Alberti Bass
Baritone
Imperfect Cadence
Perfect Cadence
Broken chords played by the left hand outlining harmonies whi…
A male voice whose range lies between that of bass and tenor
A cadence where the last chord is chord V (the dominant) crea…
This cadence is the dominant to tonic chords (V-I). It sounds…
Alberti Bass
Broken chords played by the left hand outlining harmonies whi…
Baritone
A male voice whose range lies between that of bass and tenor
Classical Music
A composition written on which date wo…
In which musical elements do we see th…
With the downplay of emotion in Classi…
The Alberti bass is a type of ____ pla…
1759
All of the above
False
accompaniment
A composition written on which date wo…
1759
In which musical elements do we see th…
All of the above
39 terms
Classical Music Period
Franz Joseph Haydn
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphony
Sonata Allegro Form
(1732 - 1809) Austrian & Viennese Classical composer; "Father…
German classical composer that composed "Eine Kleine Nachtmus…
An elaborate musical composition for full orchestra, typicall…
Exposition, development, recapitulation, coda
Franz Joseph Haydn
(1732 - 1809) Austrian & Viennese Classical composer; "Father…
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
German classical composer that composed "Eine Kleine Nachtmus…
6 terms
Classical music
orchestra
composer
symphony
choir
orkiestra
komposter
symfonia
chór
orchestra
orkiestra
composer
komposter
6 terms
Classical music
orchestra
composer
symphony
choir
orkiestra
kopozyor
symfonia
chór
orchestra
orkiestra
composer
kopozyor
Classical Music
Homophonic texture
Melody and chords
Question and answer
Harmonies
Far greater use of homophonic texture than the baroque
were much lighter and clearer than the weighted polyphonic so…
Clearer question and answer phrases marked by cadences
still diatonic, but some chromatic chords are creeping in
Homophonic texture
Far greater use of homophonic texture than the baroque
Melody and chords
were much lighter and clearer than the weighted polyphonic so…
34 terms
Music: Classical
Classical Period
Moved away from... and concentrated on…
early pioneers...
Three main composers...
1750-1820
ornate Baroque style, simplicity and clarity
Bach, CPE
Joseph Hayden... Wolfgang Armadeus Mozart... Ludwig van Beethoven
Classical Period
1750-1820
Moved away from... and concentrated on…
ornate Baroque style, simplicity and clarity
6 terms
Classical Music
Debussy
Berlioz
Chopin
Bizet
Claire de Lune
La Symphonie Fantastique
Military Polonaise
Carmen
Debussy
Claire de Lune
Berlioz
La Symphonie Fantastique
18 terms
Classical Music
Enlightenment
fortepiano
Viennese Style
Classical Style
intelectual movement
range of dynamic levels
Called this because Beethoven, Mozart, and Haydn all worked i…
Haydn and Mozart's music
Enlightenment
intelectual movement
fortepiano
range of dynamic levels
CLASSICAL MUSIC
Haydn
folk popular
aristocracy
divertimentos
served wealthy aristocratic family, skilled servants, friends…
___ and ___ music is what serious composition was flavored by
operas made fun of these class of people
outdoor entertainment piece; serenade
Haydn
served wealthy aristocratic family, skilled servants, friends…
folk popular
___ and ___ music is what serious composition was flavored by
Classical Music
General Characteristics (15)
Typical Forms (2)
Sonata Form Sections (4)
Sonata: Exposition Sections (4)
- 1750-1810... - Lighter, clearer, homophonic texture... - Importan…
- Sonata Form... - Minuet & Trio
- Exposition... - Development... - Recapitulation... - Coda
- First subject (theme) in tonic key... - Bridge passage (links…
General Characteristics (15)
- 1750-1810... - Lighter, clearer, homophonic texture... - Importan…
Typical Forms (2)
- Sonata Form... - Minuet & Trio
9 terms
Classical Music
Mozart
Beethoven
Classical Time Period
Sonata
Died at the age of 35
Wrote 9 Symphonies
1750-1820
3 movement intrumental composition
Mozart
Died at the age of 35
Beethoven
Wrote 9 Symphonies
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