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111 terms
Music 101
rhythm
beat
duple meter
triple meter
Definition: A musical quality produced by the repetition of s…
provide the basic unit of measurement for time in music
2 beats per measure
Three beats per measure
rhythm
Definition: A musical quality produced by the repetition of s…
beat
provide the basic unit of measurement for time in music
90 terms
Music Appreciation (Music 101)
Staff
Treble Clef
Bass Clef
Melody
Paper used to write music on
Known as the G clef
Known as the F clef
Tune, the horizontal structure of music
Staff
Paper used to write music on
Treble Clef
Known as the G clef
Music Literacy 101
Time Signature
Quarter Note
Half Note
Whole Note
1 beat, sung or played
2 beats, sung or played
4 beats, sung or played
Time Signature
Quarter Note
1 beat, sung or played
111 terms
Music 101
Baroque Era Timeframe
Basso Continuo (pg. 89)
What genres use basso continuo?
Figured Bass (pg. 90)
1600-1750
Bass keyboard part that should be improvised to fit base line…
All orchestral genres: Concerto, orchestral suite, sinfonia.…
A set of symbol written above or below the bass line to help…
Baroque Era Timeframe
1600-1750
Basso Continuo (pg. 89)
Bass keyboard part that should be improvised to fit base line…
38 terms
Music 101
Pope Gregory
Hildegard
Machaut
Perotinus
Dark Ages
Gothic
Gothic
Gothic
Pope Gregory
Dark Ages
Hildegard
Gothic
74 terms
Music 101 - Midterm - Written
Rhythm
Meter
Dynamics
Polyphony
The flow of music through time
The organization of beats into regular groups
The degree of loudness or softness in music
Simultaneous performance of two or more melodic lines of rela…
Rhythm
The flow of music through time
Meter
The organization of beats into regular groups
46 terms
Music 101
cadence
chord
consonance
dissonance
Progression of chords leading to a feeling of repose at the e…
Combination of three or more tones sounded at the same time.
Stable combination of tones; points of rest
unstable combination of tones; tension demanding onward motion.
cadence
Progression of chords leading to a feeling of repose at the e…
chord
Combination of three or more tones sounded at the same time.
36 terms
Music 101 Instruments
Flute
Oboe
Clarinet
Bassoon
Flute
Oboe
18 terms
Music 101
Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179)
dazzling
minstrels
troubadours
Middle age
adj. chói sáng
itinerant musicians... who would travel from town to town, worki…
some were quite... famous, and even notorious!
Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179)
Middle age
dazzling
adj. chói sáng
36 terms
Music 101
The Rise of the Virtuoso Musician
Baroque
Main currents in Baroque Music
Female musicians and their career opti…
Instrument builders improved instruments; performers responde…
"misshapen"
basso continuo, Major/Minor Tonality, Equal temperament, musi…
Few outlets for creative women. Women had few choices: enteri…
The Rise of the Virtuoso Musician
Instrument builders improved instruments; performers responde…
Baroque
"misshapen"
123 terms
Music 101
Pitch
note
Chord
Consance
Sound created by vibration
A specific pitch that has been given a name
two or more notes played at the same time
Music features notes that sound nice together
Pitch
Sound created by vibration
note
A specific pitch that has been given a name
111 terms
Music 101
rhythm
beat
duple meter
triple meter
Definition: A musical quality produced by the repetition of s…
provide the basic unit of measurement for time in music
2 beats per measure
Three beats per measure
rhythm
Definition: A musical quality produced by the repetition of s…
beat
provide the basic unit of measurement for time in music
46 terms
Music 101
baroque time period
Karl Stammsitz
henry percell
Arcangelo Corelli
1600-1750
he did the opposite of everyone, and he was the man who chang…
operas
first chamber music, and trio sonata
baroque time period
1600-1750
Karl Stammsitz
he did the opposite of everyone, and he was the man who chang…
8 terms
Music Production 101 - Basic Effects
Reverb
Delay
Chorus
Echo
Makes it sound like you're now hearing that sound in a Church…
the sound repeats over and over as it fades out. The sound is…
Adds thickness by duplicating the sound and adding a slight c…
Sound repeats quickly as if it is reflected off a hard surfac…
Reverb
Makes it sound like you're now hearing that sound in a Church…
Delay
the sound repeats over and over as it fades out. The sound is…
29 terms
Music 101
Anton Webern
Arnold Schoenberg
atonal
avant-garde
expressionist, student of schoenberg ... five orchestral pieces…
1874-1951 pierrot lunaire 1912 (genre: song cycle)... -first gre…
No tonic
Deliberately trying to do new cutting edge things
Anton Webern
expressionist, student of schoenberg ... five orchestral pieces…
Arnold Schoenberg
1874-1951 pierrot lunaire 1912 (genre: song cycle)... -first gre…
19 terms
Music 101
Seventh Chord
Tonic
Dominant
Leading Tone
A four note chord built in thirds
The first scale degree, the I chord is built on this note
The fifth scale degree, the dominant V chord is built on this…
The 7th scale degree when it is a half step lower than the to…
Seventh Chord
A four note chord built in thirds
Tonic
The first scale degree, the I chord is built on this note
122 terms
Music 101
A capella
Accidentals
Alto
Antecedent
Singing without instrumental accompaniment.
The flats (b), sharps (#), or naturals (&) used to change pitch
The lowest female voice or an instrument that plays in that r…
The first phrase of a period and is followed by the consequent.
A capella
Singing without instrumental accompaniment.
Accidentals
The flats (b), sharps (#), or naturals (&) used to change pitch
53 terms
MUSIC 101
shmrf
3 parts of sound
style
binary form
sound, harmony, melody, rhythm, form
media, texture, dynamics
the salient characteristics that define a category
A B contrast
shmrf
sound, harmony, melody, rhythm, form
3 parts of sound
media, texture, dynamics
10 terms
Music 101
Quarter Note
Whole Note
Half Note
Dotted Notes
a musical note having the time value of a quarter of a whole…
a note having the time value of two half notes or four quarte…
a note having half the value of a whole note, represented by…
The dot adds one-half of the duration value of the note to it…
Quarter Note
a musical note having the time value of a quarter of a whole…
Whole Note
a note having the time value of two half notes or four quarte…
6 terms
Music Production 101 - Noise Gate
Threshold
Attack
Release
Hold
level at which gate starts to open
how quickly gate OPENS
how quickly gate CLOSES once level falls below threshold
how long the gate remains open
Threshold
level at which gate starts to open
Attack
how quickly gate OPENS
48 terms
Music 101
Melody
range
interval
conjunct
succession of single pitches perceived by the ear as a unity
distance between the lowest and highest pitches of a melody,…
the distance and relationship between to notes
smooth, connected melody that moves principally in small inte…
Melody
succession of single pitches perceived by the ear as a unity
range
distance between the lowest and highest pitches of a melody,…
69 terms
MUSIC101
A cappella
French horn
Tonic cord
pitch,dynamics,tone color,duration
choral music without instrumental accompaniment
similar in shape to a trumpet but its tone is more mellow
traditionally,a composition would always end in this
four main properties of musical sound
A cappella
choral music without instrumental accompaniment
French horn
similar in shape to a trumpet but its tone is more mellow
149 terms
Music 101
Art song
tone color (timbre)
accelerando
grave
composition for solo voice and piano
musical property that distinguishes one instrument from anoth…
becoming fast
very slow, solumn
Art song
composition for solo voice and piano
tone color (timbre)
musical property that distinguishes one instrument from anoth…
119 terms
Music 101
Note
Pitch
Interval
Scale
A note is a single pitch. Oftentimes, people use the words "p…
A sound created by vibrations. The pitch refers to how high o…
Distance between pitches. Minor Second, Major Second, Minor T…
A bunch of whole step and half step intervals that sound norm…
Note
A note is a single pitch. Oftentimes, people use the words "p…
Pitch
A sound created by vibrations. The pitch refers to how high o…
108 terms
Music 101
Music
Melody
Range
Shape
Sound organized in time
A series of notes that add up to form a recognizable whole or…
Distance between highest and lowest notes of a melody (melody)
Static, arch, rising/falling, wave (melody)
Music
Sound organized in time
Melody
A series of notes that add up to form a recognizable whole or…
86 terms
MUSIC 101
Pitch
Tone
Interval
Octave
the relative highness/lowness that we hear in a sound; determ…
a sound that has a definite pitch, a regular vibration.
the distance in pitch between 2 notes.
the distance of 8 notes.
Pitch
the relative highness/lowness that we hear in a sound; determ…
Tone
a sound that has a definite pitch, a regular vibration.
33 terms
Music 101
Grave
Largo
Adagio
Lento
Very slow
Broad
Slow
Slow
Grave
Very slow
Largo
Broad
38 terms
Music 101
Call and Response
Half Step
Improvisation
Polyrhythm
a performance practice in which a leader makes a musical stat…
the smallest interval in conventional western music. In work…
the process of composing as it is performed, drawing on inven…
contrasting rhythms performed at the same time. principal ins…
Call and Response
a performance practice in which a leader makes a musical stat…
Half Step
the smallest interval in conventional western music. In work…
25 terms
Music 101
Form
Repetition and contrast
strophic form
Variation
refers to structure or shape
are the basic concepts of form
is a vocal work in which each stanza is sung the same
is when some aspects of the music is changed from the whole
Form
refers to structure or shape
Repetition and contrast
are the basic concepts of form
52 terms
Music 101
Tonic
Transporting a melody means
Which is the correct order for writing…
Eb major
The beginning tone of the scale is the
Writing it in a different key
Clef, key, meter
contains three flats
Tonic
The beginning tone of the scale is the
Transporting a melody means
Writing it in a different key
10 terms
Music 101
Beat
Rhythm
Tempo
Dynamics
The steady pulse of music
The organization of sound and silence
The speed at which a piece of music is or should be played
The changes in volume in a piece of music
Beat
The steady pulse of music
Rhythm
The organization of sound and silence
57 terms
Music 101
6 Elements of Music
Melody
Pitch
Note
Melody, Rhythm, Harmony, Texture, Form, Expressive qualities
horizontal structure of music - moves left to right
melody.... -highness or lowness of sound ... -use notes to symboli…
melody.... vibrations= ratio/ second
6 Elements of Music
Melody, Rhythm, Harmony, Texture, Form, Expressive qualities
Melody
horizontal structure of music - moves left to right
8 terms
MUSIC 101
Symphony Orchestra
Chamber music ensemble
Recital
Vocal ensemble
Big group of musicians
2-8 musicians
Solo musicians
Large or small or religious choir
Symphony Orchestra
Big group of musicians
Chamber music ensemble
2-8 musicians
28 terms
Music 101
Blues up and Down
April in Paris
All Blues
Killer Joe
Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt... (upbeat, sax scales)... small group…
Count Basie... (swinging slow dancing sax says one more time)
Miles Davis... ( slow soft)... on album: Kind of Blues
The Jazztet... (trumpet with a mute, together sounds(bass) sax s…
Blues up and Down
Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt... (upbeat, sax scales)... small group…
April in Paris
Count Basie... (swinging slow dancing sax says one more time)
76 terms
music 101
A cappella refers to
The _____ is similar in shape to the t…
Striking a group of adjacent keys on a…
Bach's personal musical style was draw…
unaccompanied choral music
cornet
tone cluster
italian concertos, french dance pieces, german church music
A cappella refers to
unaccompanied choral music
The _____ is similar in shape to the t…
cornet
50 terms
PWMS Music 101
whole note
whole rest
dotted whole note
half note
4 beats sound
4 beats silence
6 beats of sound
2 beats of sound
whole note
4 beats sound
whole rest
4 beats silence
101 terms
music 101
Madrigals are in vernacular languages.…
An important event during the Renaissa…
Which of these instruments is usually…
The harpsichord produces sound when... a…
...
...
...
...
Madrigals are in vernacular languages.…
...
An important event during the Renaissa…
...
131 terms
Music 101- Exam 1 :)
When was the Middle Ages?
Pitch
Note
chord
450-1450
a sound created by vibrations
a single pitch
two or more notes played at the same time
When was the Middle Ages?
450-1450
Pitch
a sound created by vibrations
17 terms
Music 101 Musical examples
Gregorian Chant
Brandenburg Concerto #5
Messiah
Symphony #94("Surprise")
1)Unknown Composer... 2)Middle Ages... 3)Alleluia
1)Bach... 2)Baroque... 3)First
1)Handel... 2)Baroque... 3)Ev'ry Valley Shall Be Exhalted
1)Haydn... 2)Classic... 3)Second
Gregorian Chant
1)Unknown Composer... 2)Middle Ages... 3)Alleluia
Brandenburg Concerto #5
1)Bach... 2)Baroque... 3)First
61 terms
Music 101
Doctrine of Ethos
Music printing
Renaissance sacred music
Renaissance secular music
Power of music to influence hearer's emotions, behaviors and…
1501, Petrucci in Venice
cantus firmus techniques continue
various national styles, madrigal, instrumental music
Doctrine of Ethos
Power of music to influence hearer's emotions, behaviors and…
Music printing
1501, Petrucci in Venice
30 terms
Music 101
legato
dynamic signs
piano
forte
to play music smoothly connected
volume, how soft/loud music should be played
soft
loud
legato
to play music smoothly connected
dynamic signs
volume, how soft/loud music should be played
21 terms
Music 101
Musicking
Basso Continuo
Program Music
Idée fixe
to take part, in any capacity, in a musical performance, whet…
"Continuous bass" baroque period. Form of musical accompanime…
music without lyrics that still tells a story
recurring theme that serves as a structural foundation for a…
Musicking
to take part, in any capacity, in a musical performance, whet…
Basso Continuo
"Continuous bass" baroque period. Form of musical accompanime…
30 terms
Music 101
String quartet
Symphony
Serenade
Concerto
2 violins, viola and a cello, invented by haydn... Fast, slow, m…
4 movements ... Fast, slow, dance/triple, fast
Light evening entertainment, performed outdoors
Soloist with orchestral accompaniment ... Mozart is father of th…
String quartet
2 violins, viola and a cello, invented by haydn... Fast, slow, m…
Symphony
4 movements ... Fast, slow, dance/triple, fast
14 terms
Music 101
Hector Berlioz
Camille Saint Saens
Mazeppa
Franz Liszt
the composer of symphony fantastique
One of the few french composers to embrace programmatic music
Tone poem by Franz Liszt
first composer to utilize the tone poem
Hector Berlioz
the composer of symphony fantastique
Camille Saint Saens
One of the few french composers to embrace programmatic music
Music 101
Corelli
Bach
Vivaldi
Lully
Concerto Grosso in G Minor
Crucifixus... Fugue No. 13 in F-Sharp Major
Violin Concerto in G Minor
Trios pour le coucher du Rio
Corelli
Concerto Grosso in G Minor
Bach
Crucifixus... Fugue No. 13 in F-Sharp Major
91 terms
Music 101
Melody
Contouring Pitches
Pitch
The Staff
Single tones or pitches in unity
Tracks the pitch of the sound over time
Highness or lowness of a tone
The staff consists of five horizontal lines on which musical…
Melody
Single tones or pitches in unity
Contouring Pitches
Tracks the pitch of the sound over time
30 terms
Music 101
Sound
Pitch
Rhythm
Dynamics
The vibration of an object. The vibrations are then transmitt…
Highness or lowness of sound
Flow of music; short/long; fast/slow
Degrees of loudness or softness in music
Sound
The vibration of an object. The vibrations are then transmitt…
Pitch
Highness or lowness of sound
36 terms
Music 101
Musicking
Basso Continuo
Program Music
Idee Fixe
to take part, in any capacity, in musical performance, whethe…
"Continuous bass" baroque period. Form of musical accompanime…
Music without lyrics that still tell a story
recurring theme that serves as a structural foundation for wo…
Musicking
to take part, in any capacity, in musical performance, whethe…
Basso Continuo
"Continuous bass" baroque period. Form of musical accompanime…
23 terms
Music 101
Organum
Liber Usualis
Neumes
Antiphonal
3 or more simultaneous melodies
The book of normal chants
Squares diamonds dots and dashes; set as an early predecessor
Groups singing while alternating
Organum
3 or more simultaneous melodies
Liber Usualis
The book of normal chants
55 terms
Music 101
sound
tone
interval
octave
begins with vibration
sound that has a definite pitch
distance between any two tones
tones separated by the interval
sound
begins with vibration
tone
sound that has a definite pitch
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