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MUS 100
Vienna
Haydn
Haydn
Haydn
Where did Haydn move to?
Who got his start as a choir boy at St. Stephens?
Who was an employee of the Esterhazy?
Who is considered the "Father of Symphony"?
Vienna
Where did Haydn move to?
Haydn
Who got his start as a choir boy at St. Stephens?
23 terms
MUS 100
Four Properties of Music
Pitch
Interval
Pitch Range
-Pitch... -Dynamics... -Tone Color... -Duration
the highness or lowness of a sound
the distance between any two pitches
the distance between the lowest and the highest pitch a parti…
Four Properties of Music
-Pitch... -Dynamics... -Tone Color... -Duration
Pitch
the highness or lowness of a sound
51 terms
MUS 100
melody
contour
range
interval
the tune in music
how melody moves up and down (ascending, descending, etc)
span of pitches
the distance between any two pitches
melody
the tune in music
contour
how melody moves up and down (ascending, descending, etc)
25 terms
Mus 100
one syllable that is sung with one note
sung syllables without linguistic mean…
a genre of secular song in the middle…
a long note held underneath the melodi…
syllabic
vocables
ballata
drone bass
one syllable that is sung with one note
syllabic
sung syllables without linguistic mean…
vocables
87 terms
MUS 100: Chapter 6
Baroque
Life in the Baroque Era
Life in the Baroque Era
Life in the Baroque Era
Began as a term of "disapproval"... -Jewelers used this term to…
-Was a period of absolute monarchs... -The political instability…
-Sir Isaac Newton discovered the principle of gravity, develo…
-Most impressive building of this period was surely the palac…
Baroque
Began as a term of "disapproval"... -Jewelers used this term to…
Life in the Baroque Era
-Was a period of absolute monarchs... -The political instability…
19 terms
MUS 100
IMSLP to get free ___ online
If you want to know a musicologist def…
Which is not a common meter used in we…
Which is not as woodwind instrument
Scores
Oxford Music online
5/4
Trombone
IMSLP to get free ___ online
Scores
If you want to know a musicologist def…
Oxford Music online
51 terms
MUS 100
Hildegard von Bingen
Francesco Landini
Guillaume de Machaut
Josquin des Prez
"Play of Virtues"-Most prolific composer before the 1500's, b…
"Behold, Spring"-most famous Italian composer of 14th century…
"I Can All Too Well Compare"- Poet and composter, shaped poly…
"The Cricket"-International celebrity in his time, falsely at…
Hildegard von Bingen
"Play of Virtues"-Most prolific composer before the 1500's, b…
Francesco Landini
"Behold, Spring"-most famous Italian composer of 14th century…
Mus 100
Pitch
tone
degrees of loudness or softness
tone color, or timbre
the relative hinges or lowness that we hear in a sound
a sound that has a definite pitch
the difference between pitch and dynamics: pitch is the sound…
the quality of sound (i.e. bright, dark brilliant, mellow, rich
Pitch
the relative hinges or lowness that we hear in a sound
tone
a sound that has a definite pitch
mus 100
medieval poets who sang of courtly lov…
female troubadour
came after troubadours, more variety o…
German lyric poets who sang songs of c…
troubadours
trobairitz
trouveres
minnesingers
medieval poets who sang of courtly lov…
troubadours
female troubadour
trobairitz
22 terms
Mus 100
anthropology
semiotics
folklore
timbre
the study of human kind
the study of signs and symbols and what they mean
the traditional beliefs,legends,customs and stories of a comm…
quality of a musical sound or voice from its pitch and intens…
anthropology
the study of human kind
semiotics
the study of signs and symbols and what they mean
26 terms
MUS 100
Gregorian Chant
Plainchant
Unmetered
Monophony
Monophonic vocal music in the medieval church, designed to pr…
Monophonic vocal music in the medieval church, designed to pr…
music with no meter or tempo
one line of melody
Gregorian Chant
Monophonic vocal music in the medieval church, designed to pr…
Plainchant
Monophonic vocal music in the medieval church, designed to pr…
42 terms
Mus 100
Sound
Pitch
Tone
Interval
the vibration of an object
the relative highness or lowness that we hear
a sound that has a definite pitch
the "distance" in pitch between any two notes
Sound
the vibration of an object
Pitch
the relative highness or lowness that we hear
91 terms
mus 100
8 elements of music
monophony
polyphony
homophony
melody... rhythm... harmony... texture... timbre... timbre... dynamics... form... wor…
A musical texture consisting of a single melodic line.
A musical texture consisting of multiple lines of equal impor…
A musical texture in which a melody is performed with a suppo…
8 elements of music
melody... rhythm... harmony... texture... timbre... timbre... dynamics... form... wor…
monophony
A musical texture consisting of a single melodic line.
26 terms
MUS 100
discontinuous style
concertato
polarity of outer voices
tonality at last
the music is in sections, short sections, don't necessarily h…
opposing mediums of sound; music will have strings and brass,…
going to be governed by the highest and lowest sounds
by the 1630s theory is creating key signatures
discontinuous style
the music is in sections, short sections, don't necessarily h…
concertato
opposing mediums of sound; music will have strings and brass,…
49 terms
mus 100
melody
rhythm
harmony
texture
the tune. ... -a single line of notes heard in succession as a c…
the time.... -ordering of music through time... -can operate at man…
supporting the melody... -sound created by multiple voices or si…
thick (many voices) in thin (a single voices)... -the number and…
melody
the tune. ... -a single line of notes heard in succession as a c…
rhythm
the time.... -ordering of music through time... -can operate at man…
MUS 100
String Quartet
Theme and Variations Form (Haydn's s.q.)
Periodic Phrase (Haydn's s.q.)
Coda (haydn's s.q.)
Type of chamber music, multi-movement work
one theme used throughout the piece, later appearances are so…
Two Parts: Antecedent (comes first, weak cadence) and Consequ…
Comes after and extends the main cadence of the piece/movement
String Quartet
Type of chamber music, multi-movement work
Theme and Variations Form (Haydn's s.q.)
one theme used throughout the piece, later appearances are so…
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Mus 100
what type of piece (that is genre) use…
a scale pattern used as the basis of i…
a form that has the main theme repeat…
a theme in a typical piece by haydn or…
solo concerto
raga
rondo
antecedent/ consequent phrases
what type of piece (that is genre) use…
solo concerto
a scale pattern used as the basis of i…
raga
89 terms
Mus100
Monophony
Syllabic
Melismatic
Register
Single melodic line, multiple performers can play in unison
One note per syllable
Many notes per syllable
Emphasize dramatic moments
Monophony
Single melodic line, multiple performers can play in unison
Syllabic
One note per syllable
43 terms
MUS100
music
pitch
dynamics
accent
organizations of sound in time
highness and lowness of sounds
overall loudness of a song
tone played louder than tones near it
music
organizations of sound in time
pitch
highness and lowness of sounds
129 terms
MUS100
rhythm
beat
meter
measure
a strong, regular, repeated pattern of movement or sound.... par…
regular, recurrent pulsation that divides music into equal un…
organization of beats into regular groups ... -duple meter: when…
a group containing a fixed number of beats
rhythm
a strong, regular, repeated pattern of movement or sound.... par…
beat
regular, recurrent pulsation that divides music into equal un…
51 terms
MU 100
Benjamin Franklin
Charles darwin
Charles dickens
declaration of independence
An important Enlightenment thinker and American Statesman... and…
Author of On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Select…
The most widely read Victorian novelist who appealed to socia…
A document authored by Thomas Jefferson which... declared a brea…
Benjamin Franklin
An important Enlightenment thinker and American Statesman... and…
Charles darwin
Author of On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Select…
30 terms
MU 100
CHORALE STYLE
DYNAMIC MARKINGS
PIANO FOR SHORT IS
PIANO
where all the lines or voices move in the same rhythmic values
loudness and softness are indicators
p
soft
CHORALE STYLE
where all the lines or voices move in the same rhythmic values
DYNAMIC MARKINGS
loudness and softness are indicators
150 terms
MU 100
Which of the following is NOT one of t…
Genre is a word used to describe the s…
In the music industry, an "artist: typ…
Which os the following criteria best d…
Religious Music
True
False
It contains a high commercial value
Which of the following is NOT one of t…
Religious Music
Genre is a word used to describe the s…
True
86 terms
MU100
Homophonic
Lento
Monophonic
Polyphonic
three or more lines of music being played (harmony)
very slow tempo of music
one line of music being played
two lines of music being played
Homophonic
three or more lines of music being played (harmony)
Lento
very slow tempo of music
32 terms
MU100
nationalism
Exoticism
Program music
Art Song
expressed when romantic composers deliberately created music…
Fascination with national identity also led composer to draw…
instrumental music associated with a story, poem, idea, or sc…
a composition for solo voice and piano.
nationalism
expressed when romantic composers deliberately created music…
Exoticism
Fascination with national identity also led composer to draw…
36 terms
MUS 100-The Baroque
basso continuo
sequence
ornamentation
regular and clear
baseline with cords
a motive repeated at successive higher or lower levels
making music fancy
how is the form of music during the Baroque?
basso continuo
baseline with cords
sequence
a motive repeated at successive higher or lower levels
58 terms
MUS 100 Set 1
Major
Minor
Sharp
Flat
Positve
Negative
Rises notes a half step up
Lowers notes a half step down
Major
Positve
Minor
Negative
34 terms
MUS 100: Chapter 4
Middle Ages
Need To Know
Liturgical Music
Secular Song
400-1400... Divided into two period parts... a) Early Period: 400-1…
-The spread of Christianity resulted in the spread of learnin…
The surviving music from the medieval period that was designe…
Non-religious songs... -usually about love
Middle Ages
400-1400... Divided into two period parts... a) Early Period: 400-1…
Need To Know
-The spread of Christianity resulted in the spread of learnin…
44 terms
MUS 100: Chapter 5
Renaissance
Three Major Changes
Need To Know
Life Times in Renaissance
1400-1600... -Renaissance means "rebirth"... -People molded themsel…
1. New focus on individual achievement... 2. Greater focus on th…
-Artists and sculptors concentrated on the dignity of the ind…
-In 1450 printing was invented... -Toward the end of Renaissance…
Renaissance
1400-1600... -Renaissance means "rebirth"... -People molded themsel…
Three Major Changes
1. New focus on individual achievement... 2. Greater focus on th…
65 terms
MUS 100 Terms
melody
tune
phrase
pitch
an organized series of pitches
simple singable melody
section of a melody or tune
how high or low a note is
melody
an organized series of pitches
tune
simple singable melody
60 terms
MUS100 final
Baroque vs. Classical (1750-1820)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) mu…
but not limited to..
Don Giovanni innovations
rhythm--... Baroque: 1 main rhythm per piece... Classical: multiple…
operas (Magic Flute, Don Giovanni, etc)
~41 symphonies... ~21 concertos (piano)... -also did religious, cha…
-opera reform (in late 18th cent); so the story/drama of an o…
Baroque vs. Classical (1750-1820)
rhythm--... Baroque: 1 main rhythm per piece... Classical: multiple…
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) mu…
operas (Magic Flute, Don Giovanni, etc)
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MUS 100 - Exam 2
opera
aria
recitative
basso continuo
a drama sung from beginning to end
Italian for "air" or "melody"; any lyrical movement or piece…
a style of singing that lies somewhere between lyrical song a…
"continuous bass"; a small ensemble, widely used in music of…
opera
a drama sung from beginning to end
aria
Italian for "air" or "melody"; any lyrical movement or piece…
48 terms
MUS 100 Exam 2
What years were the Renaissance era?
What years were the Baroque era?
Intellectual and cultural movement tha…
Music that imitates, describes, or con…
1425-1600
1600-1750
Humanism
Word painting
What years were the Renaissance era?
1425-1600
What years were the Baroque era?
1600-1750
10 terms
Mus 100 final
cadenza
Modulation
Rubato
Double Exposition
The section of a classical era concerto that allows the soloi…
To move from one key area to another key area in a piece is c…
The Italian word that means a subtle change in tempo (speedin…
A form in which an opening theme (A) returns repeatedly over…
cadenza
The section of a classical era concerto that allows the soloi…
Modulation
To move from one key area to another key area in a piece is c…
52 terms
MUS 100 MidTerm
Musical Textures: ... Monophonic: ... Homoph…
Elements of Music (8)
Music of Middle Ages
Plainchant
M- consisting of a single melodic line... HO- melody is performe…
Melody- horizontal aspect, single line of notes heard in succ…
500 CE- 1400 ... Hildegard von Bingen "Play of Virtues" ... Music f…
Monophonic vocal music in medieval church designed to project…
Musical Textures: ... Monophonic: ... Homoph…
M- consisting of a single melodic line... HO- melody is performe…
Elements of Music (8)
Melody- horizontal aspect, single line of notes heard in succ…
69 terms
MUS 100 - Exam 3
Early Music
4 time periods of early music
2 characteristics of early music
Medieval time period
a broad term used to describe music before the classical era,…
Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque
Vocal Music and Religious Music
500-1400
Early Music
a broad term used to describe music before the classical era,…
4 time periods of early music
Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque
56 terms
MUS 100 Exam 1
melody
tune
phrase
pitch
organized series of pitches
simple singable melody
section of a melody or tune
how high or low a note is
melody
organized series of pitches
tune
simple singable melody
45 terms
MUS 100 Final
Theme
theme and variations
Rubato
Apollo
a prominent or frequently recurring melody or group of notes…
a standard form of musical composition consisting of a simple…
the temporary disregarding of strict tempo to allow an expres…
the god of music, and he is often depicted playing a golden l…
Theme
a prominent or frequently recurring melody or group of notes…
theme and variations
a standard form of musical composition consisting of a simple…
48 terms
MUS 100 Exam 2
What years were the Renaissance era?
What years were the Baroque era?
Intellectual and cultural movement tha…
Music that imitates, describes, or con…
1425-1600
1600-1750
Humanism
Word painting
What years were the Renaissance era?
1425-1600
What years were the Baroque era?
1600-1750
100 terms
MUS 100 Midterm Exam
Musical Textures: ... Monophonic: ... Homoph…
Elements of Music (8)
Music of Middle Ages
Plainchant
M- consisting of a single melodic line... HO- melody is performe…
Melody- horizontal aspect, single line of notes heard in succ…
500 CE- 1400 ... Hildegard von Bingen "Play of Virtues" ... Music f…
Monophonic vocal music in medieval church designed to project…
Musical Textures: ... Monophonic: ... Homoph…
M- consisting of a single melodic line... HO- melody is performe…
Elements of Music (8)
Melody- horizontal aspect, single line of notes heard in succ…
31 terms
MUS 100 test 1
500-1400 AD
The church
Chant/plain chant
The mass
life was unstable... music was meant to glorify God... Musical deve…
A powerful stable force in an unstable time in Rome.... Religion…
they chanted to add meaning to the text. No meter, modal, mon…
Worship of the church. Time to celebrate the eucharist.
500-1400 AD
life was unstable... music was meant to glorify God... Musical deve…
The church
A powerful stable force in an unstable time in Rome.... Religion…
54 terms
MUS 100 Exam 1
Melody
Rhythm
Harmony
Texture
A single line of notes hear in succession as a coherent unit.
The ordering of music through time. (Not all music has a melo…
The sound created by multiple voices playing or singing toget…
Based on the number and general relationship of musical lines…
Melody
A single line of notes hear in succession as a coherent unit.
Rhythm
The ordering of music through time. (Not all music has a melo…
75 terms
MUS 100 Final
Medieval music
Renaissance music
Baroque music
Classical music
Machaut
Palestrina
Bach
Mozart
Medieval music
Machaut
Renaissance music
Palestrina
37 terms
mus 100 exam 3
enlightenment
string quartet
symphony
sonata
new ideas about religion, philosophy; started in france and s…
chamber music
I. sonata allegro ... II. slow movement ... III. minuet and trio ... I…
soloist + piano
enlightenment
new ideas about religion, philosophy; started in france and s…
string quartet
chamber music
217 terms
MUS 100, MUS 100 Exam 1, MUS 100 Midterm Exam
4 elements of music
Pitch
Frequency
Definite pitch
Pitch, Intensity, Timbre, Duration
The perceived highness or lowness of sound determined by the…
is measured in the number of oscillations per second, or Hert…
is defined in Western music as something that can be written…
4 elements of music
Pitch, Intensity, Timbre, Duration
Pitch
The perceived highness or lowness of sound determined by the…
44 terms
MUS100 Midterm
Music?
Rhythm?
Beats?
Accent?
The art of sound in time.
Broad: The general way music unfolds in time.... Specific: The a…
The basic unit of measurement for time in music.
Making some beats more emphatic than others. ... Alternating bet…
Music?
The art of sound in time.
Rhythm?
Broad: The general way music unfolds in time.... Specific: The a…
96 terms
MUS 100 Terms, MUS 100 test 1
melody
tune
phrase
pitch
an organized series of pitches
simple singable melody
section of a melody or tune
how high or low a note is
melody
an organized series of pitches
tune
simple singable melody
49 terms
mus 100 exam 4
impressionism
symbolists
minimalism
phasing
transition into modern age, radical
they rejected formality, felt their words were musical, wante…
small fragments of music and it is repeated over and over
musicians play the same thing and slowing they pull apart fro…
impressionism
transition into modern age, radical
symbolists
they rejected formality, felt their words were musical, wante…
177 terms
MUS 100 Test #1
Pitch
Tone
Interval
Octave
Relative highness or lowness of a sound.
Sound that has a definite pitch, or frequency.
"Distance" in pitch between any two notes.
Interval between two tones in which the higher tone has twice…
Pitch
Relative highness or lowness of a sound.
Tone
Sound that has a definite pitch, or frequency.
11 terms
MUS 100 Final Exam
Debussy, La Mer
Stravinsky, The Rite of Spring
Schoenberg, Madonna from 'Pierrot Luna…
Berg, Wozzeck, Act 3, Scene 4
1.Lived in Paris and died of cancer at 56.... 2. Was a pianist a…
1. Russian composer who worked out of Paris ... 2. Friend of Pic…
1. The most important Expressionist composer... 2. Born in Vienn…
1. New Viennese School composer... 2. Berg began composing this…
Debussy, La Mer
1.Lived in Paris and died of cancer at 56.... 2. Was a pianist a…
Stravinsky, The Rite of Spring
1. Russian composer who worked out of Paris ... 2. Friend of Pic…
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