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Module 4-Music Appreciation
Vivaldi's most popular set of concerto…
Originally, the instrumental prelude t…
A Baroque style characteristic that in…
Originally, meant "a work to be sung",…
Seasons
Overture
Terraced dynamics
Cantata
Vivaldi's most popular set of concerto…
Seasons
Originally, the instrumental prelude t…
Overture
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on music appreciation 4
composers started marking their scores…
The musical excerpt is an example of p…
Among other factors, composers started…
The volume of this excerpt is an examp…
well into the 17th century
false
New instruments allowed for more dynamic ranges and contrast.
piano
composers started marking their scores…
well into the 17th century
The musical excerpt is an example of p…
false
Chapter-4 Music Appreciation
Half step (semitone)
Chromatic scale
Sharp
Flat
12-tone scale comprised entirely of half steps
12- tone scale comprised entirely of half steps
Raises the note a half step
Lowers the note a half strp
Half step (semitone)
12-tone scale comprised entirely of half steps
Chromatic scale
12- tone scale comprised entirely of half steps
35 terms
Music Appreciation Test 4
Theme
Thematic Development
Motive
Absolute Music
A musical idea that is used as a building block in the constr…
Expanding a theme through melody rhythm or harmony
smallest melodic or rhythmic unit
No story or text to hold the music together. Purely music.
Theme
A musical idea that is used as a building block in the constr…
Thematic Development
Expanding a theme through melody rhythm or harmony
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Music Appreciation Exam #4
Characteristics of the Romantic Period.
The most important keyboard instrument…
Romantic art songs are sometimes group…
Composers today use a wider variety of…
Great emotional intensity, greater ranges of tone color, dyna…
piano
song cycle
sounds; noises
Characteristics of the Romantic Period.
Great emotional intensity, greater ranges of tone color, dyna…
The most important keyboard instrument…
piano
Music Appreciation Test 4
What years was the classical period in?
Who are the 3 main composers?
Who was the most important?
What composer went deaf?
1750-1800
Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven.
Mozart
Beethoven
What years was the classical period in?
1750-1800
Who are the 3 main composers?
Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven.
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Music Appreciation Test 4
Theme
Thematic development
motive
absolute music
a melody, a musical idea that is used as a building block in…
varying a theme's melodic outline, rhythm, or harmony
smallest melodic or rhythmic unit
there is no prescribed story or text to hold the music togeth…
Theme
a melody, a musical idea that is used as a building block in…
Thematic development
varying a theme's melodic outline, rhythm, or harmony
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Music Appreciation Quiz #4
suite
4 standard suite dances
rococo
sensitive style
a group of dances, usually in the same key, with each piece i…
allemande, courante, sarabande, gigue
decorative style
lyrical, soft
suite
a group of dances, usually in the same key, with each piece i…
4 standard suite dances
allemande, courante, sarabande, gigue
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music appreciation ch. 4
octave
chromatic scale
diatonic scale
sharp
interval spanning eight notes of the scale... In Western music:…
made up of all twelve half steps
consists of seven whole and half steps who's patterns from -M…
(#) a symbol that raises a pitch by a half step
octave
interval spanning eight notes of the scale... In Western music:…
chromatic scale
made up of all twelve half steps
Music Appreciation Ch. 4
Octave
Chromatic Scale
Diatonic Scale
Sharp
-Interval spanning eight notes (12 half steps)
-all 12 half steps
-7 whole and half steps ... -pattern forms major and minor scales
-raises a pitch by a half a step
Octave
-Interval spanning eight notes (12 half steps)
Chromatic Scale
-all 12 half steps
Music Appreciation Test #4
Romantic characteristics
Instrument improvements
Art song
Lied
Many composers developed a unique personal style. They were a…
The Industrial Revolution influenced this. The saxophone and…
A musical setting of a poem for solo voice and piano with an…
The German name for art song
Romantic characteristics
Many composers developed a unique personal style. They were a…
Instrument improvements
The Industrial Revolution influenced this. The saxophone and…
Music Appreciation Exam Review 4
Violin (Classification)
Viola (Classification)
Cello (Classification)
Bass (Classification)
String
String
String
String
Violin (Classification)
String
Viola (Classification)
String
Music Appreciation Chapter 4
Harmony
Chord
Consonance
Dissonance
Prominent feature of western music
Grouping of simulation pitches
Sounds pleasuring or @ rest; Octaves are at the same note
Creates desire to resolve to consonance-Always want to go bac…
Harmony
Prominent feature of western music
Chord
Grouping of simulation pitches
Music Appreciation Unit 4
symphony
sonata
motif
patron
an instrumental work with 4 movements
an instrumental work with 3-5 movements including 1 or 2 inst…
a pattern of a few notes in an instrumental work
a wealthy person who supported an artist
symphony
an instrumental work with 4 movements
sonata
an instrumental work with 3-5 movements including 1 or 2 inst…
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Music Appreciation: The Renaissance (4)
Renaissance
Humanism
Word Painting
A Capella
Term used to describe the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries i…
The dominant intellectual movement of the Renaissance, focusi…
Musical representation of specific poetic images-for example,…
Choral music without instrumental accompaniment.
Renaissance
Term used to describe the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries i…
Humanism
The dominant intellectual movement of the Renaissance, focusi…
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Music Appreciation Module 4
Baroque
John Gay
Enlightenment
common practice harmony
describing the new art and architecture that emerged in the l…
composed "The Beggar's Opera"
when reason came to be embraced as the main source of legitim…
the most familiar and widely used approach to harmonic organi…
Baroque
describing the new art and architecture that emerged in the l…
John Gay
composed "The Beggar's Opera"
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Music Appreciation-Chapter 4
Rhythm
Beat
Accent
Improvisation
The way the beats or pulses are organized and subdivided
The steady reoccurring pulse
The emphasis placed on musical sound
Type of spontaneous musical invention
Rhythm
The way the beats or pulses are organized and subdivided
Beat
The steady reoccurring pulse
Music Appreciation Unit 4
Fraternity
Melodrama
Neoclassical
Alberti bass
Brotherhood
Theatrical play with stock good and evil characters in which…
Artistic style of the Classical period characterized by elega…
Accompaniment in which the triads are played as broken chords…
Fraternity
Brotherhood
Melodrama
Theatrical play with stock good and evil characters in which…
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Music Appreciation Chapter 4
Psalm Singing
psalter
Lining out
Shape notes
verses of psalms set into hymn tunes
A book containing psalms often sung
A call and response style of hymn singing
an aid in learning to read music by giving each pitch a disti…
Psalm Singing
verses of psalms set into hymn tunes
psalter
A book containing psalms often sung
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Music Appreciation Test 4
melody
tune
phrase
climax
a succession of musical tones organized in a meaningful fashi…
shorter part of a melody, smallest arrangement of notes it ta…
a series of musical pitches that seem to naturally belong tog…
a note made most important though its length, volume, or pitc…
melody
a succession of musical tones organized in a meaningful fashi…
tune
shorter part of a melody, smallest arrangement of notes it ta…
Music appreciation Unit 4
listening ex 1
listening ex 2
listening ex 3
listening ex4
Beethovan symphany # 5
Allegro?
Don Giovanni 1787 Mozart Act 1 voice LaPerrelo(spelling?)
Symphony no 94 in G major(surprisr 1791)by Joseph Haydn
listening ex 1
Beethovan symphany # 5
listening ex 2
Allegro?
Music Appreciation (Ch. 4)
octave
12
chromatic(ism)
diatonic
an interval spanning 8 notes of the scale
An octave is divided into ____ half steps
semitones or half steps
7 whole and half steps who form major and minor scales
octave
an interval spanning 8 notes of the scale
12
An octave is divided into ____ half steps
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Music Appreciation Exam 4
Aleatoric
Atonality
Avant Garde
Avant Garde Jazz
Intermediate music in which certain elements of performance (…
Music moves from one level of dissonance to another, without…
Extended technique; any nontraditional technique done
A free-style jazz that developed in the 1960s; John Cage was…
Aleatoric
Intermediate music in which certain elements of performance (…
Atonality
Music moves from one level of dissonance to another, without…
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MUSIC APPRECIATION CH4
Renaissance
Where did it begin?
What were the great advances of he Ren…
Humanism
Rebirth
Italy
Art, music, science, literature, philosophy, architecture, an…
The belief that man has the ability to create and shape his o…
Renaissance
Rebirth
Where did it begin?
Italy
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Music Appreciation 4
Pianissimo
Fortissimo
Allegro
Moderato
Very Soft
Very Loud
Fast or cheerful
Moderate Pace
Pianissimo
Very Soft
Fortissimo
Very Loud
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Music Appreciation Test 4
Theme
motive
Absolute music
What are the characteristics of the 4…
melodic idea used as a basic building block in the constructi…
short melodic or rhythmic idea;; the smallest fragment of a t…
music that has no literary, dramatic, or pictorial program
1: in sonata-allegro form (usually most highly organized and…
Theme
melodic idea used as a basic building block in the constructi…
motive
short melodic or rhythmic idea;; the smallest fragment of a t…
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Unit 4: Music Appreciation
Madrigal Proper
Ayre
Ballet
Chorales
through-composed and used instrument sounds to describe and c…
form of music that could have instruments to accompany it and…
strophic, lighter than a Madrigal Proper, and was used for da…
songs based off of folk hymns, easy to sing, mass produced
Madrigal Proper
through-composed and used instrument sounds to describe and c…
Ayre
form of music that could have instruments to accompany it and…
21 terms
Music Appreciation Test 4
Classical Period Dates
the Patron is
Characteristics of the Period
Lifestyle of the Composer
• 1750 (Death of Bach)- 1820(Death of Beethoven)
the court
• Polyphony is gone, ... • Melody ... ○ simple and on top... • Harm…
Household Servant
Classical Period Dates
• 1750 (Death of Bach)- 1820(Death of Beethoven)
the Patron is
the court
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Music Appreciation test# 4
Lied
Art song
Erlking by schubert
Strophic
The German word for art song
A composition for solo voice and piano. Accompaniment serves…
Name an artist song
Vocal form in which the same music is repeated for each stanz…
Lied
The German word for art song
Art song
A composition for solo voice and piano. Accompaniment serves…
Music Appreciation Test 4 Ikner
Who were the masters of the Viennese S…
Classicism saw a move away from the __…
Music of the... Classical era is often de…
Typical multi-movement cycle
Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert
elaborate polyphonic textures, single melody line
melody centric
I. Allegro (fast): sonata-allegro form... II. Adagio (slow): son…
Who were the masters of the Viennese S…
Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert
Classicism saw a move away from the __…
elaborate polyphonic textures, single melody line
Music Appreciation Exam 4
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and ________…
Which of the following composers is no…
The texture of classical music is basi…
Which of the following statements is n…
Johann Christian Bach
Johann Christian Bach
homophonic
In the classical period, composers were... influenced by folk an…
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and ________…
Johann Christian Bach
Which of the following composers is no…
Johann Christian Bach
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Music Appreciation Unit 4
1750-1825
The Enlightenment
Enlightened Monarchs
symmetrical phrasing
Classicism was from ___-___
late 1700s, strong ideas of logic and reason
Monarchs who supported culture
classical melodies built by four-bar phrases
1750-1825
Classicism was from ___-___
The Enlightenment
late 1700s, strong ideas of logic and reason
Music Appreciation Test #4
modernism
score
polyrhythm
polytonality
-a bracing, progressive style that dominated the beginning to…
-volume of musical notation involving more than one staff... -wr…
-more than one meter at a time... -two or more rhythms sounding…
-more than one key at the same time... -the simultaneous soundin…
modernism
-a bracing, progressive style that dominated the beginning to…
score
-volume of musical notation involving more than one staff... -wr…
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Music Appreciation Quiz 4
"Themes"
Thematic development
Absolute music
Mulitmovement cycle - expectations for…
Melodic idea used as a basic building block in the constructi…
Musical expansion of a theme by varying its melodic outline,…
Music that has no literary, dramatic, or pictorial program. A…
A three- or four-movement structure used in Classical-era ins…
"Themes"
Melodic idea used as a basic building block in the constructi…
Thematic development
Musical expansion of a theme by varying its melodic outline,…
53 terms
Music appreciation unit 4
Harmonics
Mass
Qawwali
Kritis
Refers to a series of tones generated by the fundamental tone?
What is another name for a liturgy?
What term is used to describe the rhythmic music used my the…
Hindu religious songs sung in praise of a particular God or g…
Harmonics
Refers to a series of tones generated by the fundamental tone?
Mass
What is another name for a liturgy?
Music Appreciation Midterm Wk 1-4
Artist
Genre
Lyrics
Tempo
A person who performs a song
the category of music
the words to a song
The speed of the beat
Artist
A person who performs a song
Genre
the category of music
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Music Appreciation Test 4
What is the Gamelan Orchestra?
What scales are played by the Gamelan…
What is a whole tone scale?
What is a chromatic scale?
Indonesia, plays with metallic instruments
whole tone, pentatonic
5-6 note scale with all whole notes
scale with all the keys or notes outside of the key
What is the Gamelan Orchestra?
Indonesia, plays with metallic instruments
What scales are played by the Gamelan…
whole tone, pentatonic
33 terms
Music Appreciation Ch.4
What is the function of form in music?
What are the four types of form?
What is virtuosi and when did it come…
What is binary form?
- it helps the listener keep the main musical ideas in mind a…
- dramatic... - sectional... - imitative... - free or open
- virtousi is the supreme mastery of a task... - virtousi came i…
- AABB
What is the function of form in music?
- it helps the listener keep the main musical ideas in mind a…
What are the four types of form?
- dramatic... - sectional... - imitative... - free or open
29 terms
Music Appreciation Test 4
Romantic Dates
Characteristics of Romantic
Nationalism
Schubert
1827(Death of Beethoven)-1900(People were sick of romantic mu…
• Nationalism... • Witch Craft... • Drugs... • Love of nature... • In…
• Writing about ... ○ the resources of that country things that…
• His friends helped support him and his musical work... • He d…
Romantic Dates
1827(Death of Beethoven)-1900(People were sick of romantic mu…
Characteristics of Romantic
• Nationalism... • Witch Craft... • Drugs... • Love of nature... • In…
16 terms
Chapter 4 Music Appreciation
Pre-World War I artistic offshoots of…
Post-World War I musical aesthetic rea…
Neo-classicism
Atonality
1. (German) Expressionism... 2. (French) Impressionism... 3. (Ital…
Neo-classicism, Atonality, and Minimalism
An attempt to return to compositional practices of the Classi…
Non-functional harmonic system where chords can be combined i…
Pre-World War I artistic offshoots of…
1. (German) Expressionism... 2. (French) Impressionism... 3. (Ital…
Post-World War I musical aesthetic rea…
Neo-classicism, Atonality, and Minimalism
music appreciation test 4
The fully developed classical style in…
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and _____ we…
Which of the following characteristics…
The typical orchestra of the classical…
1770-1820
Johann Christian Bach
The texture is basically polyphonic
strings, pairs of woodwinds, horns, trumpets, and timpani
The fully developed classical style in…
1770-1820
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and _____ we…
Johann Christian Bach
Music Appreciation test 4
Movements in Sonata form:
sonata for orchestra
large scale composition solo instrumen…
extended solo passage that shows off p…
Exposition... development... recapitulation... coda ... bridge
symphony
concerto
cadenza
Movements in Sonata form:
Exposition... development... recapitulation... coda ... bridge
sonata for orchestra
symphony
Music Appreciation Exam 4
Middle Ages
Renaissance
Baroque
Classical
400-1450
1450-1600
1600-1750
1750-1825
Middle Ages
400-1450
Renaissance
1450-1600
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Music Appreciation, Unit 4
Music that is not specifically related…
hree movements is a typical formal str…
In a Baroque concerto, a refrain playe…
The oratorio is an example of:
secular
concerto
A ritornello
Sacred
Music that is not specifically related…
secular
hree movements is a typical formal str…
concerto
41 terms
Music Appreciation Test 4
Art Song
Ballad
Song Cycle
Lieder
A musical setting of a poem for solo voice and piano. The Ger…
A narrative poem set to music. Long, emphasized dramatic situ…
A series of art songs that tell a story
standard term for art song
Art Song
A musical setting of a poem for solo voice and piano. The Ger…
Ballad
A narrative poem set to music. Long, emphasized dramatic situ…
29 terms
Music appreciation final 4
triad
Vivaldi
aerophones
chordophones
the most common chord in Western music, a particular combinat…
-"The Four Seasons"... -Italian composer, prolific in "pragmatic…
wind instruments like flutes and reeds
string instruments, sound is produced by vibration of strings…
triad
the most common chord in Western music, a particular combinat…
Vivaldi
-"The Four Seasons"... -Italian composer, prolific in "pragmatic…
Music Appreciation Test 4
Historical Features of the 20th Century
Globalization
Explosion of Audio Technology
Claude Debussy
Increase pace of stylistic change, greater access to a variet…
Music becomes a global phenomenon, and there is an emergence…
Radio, tape, film, TV, CD, mp3, and the Internet.
A French composer known as an impressionist.
Historical Features of the 20th Century
Increase pace of stylistic change, greater access to a variet…
Globalization
Music becomes a global phenomenon, and there is an emergence…
57 terms
Music Appreciation Part 4
The Classical Period was in ...
Who was not a classical composer...
A characteristic not part of the Class…
What is not true of classical music
1750-1820
Bach
Polyphony
Basso continuo was the nucleus of the ensemble
The Classical Period was in ...
1750-1820
Who was not a classical composer...
Bach
Music Appreciation - EXAM 4
The Erlking (a song by Schubert) uses…
An art song is a musical composition f…
The word __________ is commonly used f…
Which of the following is not a romant…
Goethe
solo voice and piano
lied
Mozart
The Erlking (a song by Schubert) uses…
Goethe
An art song is a musical composition f…
solo voice and piano
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Music Appreciation Part 4
Who was nicknamed the father of symphony
The form of the first movement of Beet…
what malady did Beethoven suffer from
melody for the slow movement of Haydn'…
Haydn
modified song form
deafness
Germany
Who was nicknamed the father of symphony
Haydn
The form of the first movement of Beet…
modified song form
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