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Chapter 11 music
recitative in which only continuo inst…
A recitative with full orchestral acco…
Bach's cantata "Christ lag in Todesban…
Castrati generally sang:
secco recitative.
accompanied recitative.
an orchestral prelude (sinfonia) followed by several stanza m…
soprano or alto solo.
recitative in which only continuo inst…
secco recitative.
A recitative with full orchestral acco…
accompanied recitative.
World Music Chapter 11
Founding fathers of the Tropicalia mov…
Riffs
Cha Cha Cha
Samba
Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil
Short, recurring patterns (ostinatos) that are repeated over…
A Cuban dance-music genre characterized by relatively simple…
Umbrella term for a wide range of musical traditions of Brazi…
Founding fathers of the Tropicalia mov…
Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil
Riffs
Short, recurring patterns (ostinatos) that are repeated over…
Music chapter 11
What is the main reason opera was so a…
The singing style that emphasizes virt…
Italian Baroque opera mostly took its…
Speechlike singing in an opera, usuall…
Because of its spectacular theatrical quality and its ability…
Coloratura
Ancient history
Recitative
What is the main reason opera was so a…
Because of its spectacular theatrical quality and its ability…
The singing style that emphasizes virt…
Coloratura
Chapter 11 Music
choir
it includes a brass instrument
true
true
A smaller specialized vocal ensemble is known as a(n) _____.…
A woodwind quintet is unusual in that _____.... it has only fou…
Chamber music is music for a small group of performers.... True…
In an orchestra, brass instruments are placed near the back o…
choir
A smaller specialized vocal ensemble is known as a(n) _____.…
it includes a brass instrument
A woodwind quintet is unusual in that _____.... it has only fou…
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Music Chapter 11 - Musical Ensembles
Chorus
Choir
Chamber Music
Orchestra
a fairly large body of singers who perform together
traditionally a smaller group; often connected with a church…
ensemble music for a group of two to about a dozen players wi…
in its most general sense, this term may be applied to any pe…
Chorus
a fairly large body of singers who perform together
Choir
traditionally a smaller group; often connected with a church…
5 terms
Music 162: (Chapter 11)
Elton John
Dolly Parton
David Bowie
Carlos Santana
-Named in the Top Pop books as the #1 pop artist of the 1970s…
-Country musician who moved toward the pop mainstream in the…
-"Glam Rock" pioneer.... -Established the character of Ziggy St…
-San Francisco based group that revealed a nascent trend with…
Elton John
-Named in the Top Pop books as the #1 pop artist of the 1970s…
Dolly Parton
-Country musician who moved toward the pop mainstream in the…
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Chapter 11: Music
chord
melody
octave
pitch
a combination of three or more muscle notes with different pi…
a sequence of notes or chords perceived as a single coherent…
interval between two sound frequencies having a ratio of 2:1
psychological quality of perceived frequency
chord
a combination of three or more muscle notes with different pi…
melody
a sequence of notes or chords perceived as a single coherent…
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History of Music Chapter 11
The Police
Michael Jackson
Prince
U2
"Don't Stand So Close To Me"
"Billie Jean"
"1999"
"Pride (In the Name of Love)"
The Police
"Don't Stand So Close To Me"
Michael Jackson
"Billie Jean"
12 terms
Music Appreciation-Chapter 11
Aboriginals
Kritis
Overtones
Conjunct
The original or first people to inhabit a place
A Hindu religious song that is sung in praise of a particular…
A faint tone that is generated by fundamental tone
Employing successive pitches of the scale; stepwise movement
Aboriginals
The original or first people to inhabit a place
Kritis
A Hindu religious song that is sung in praise of a particular…
23 terms
IB Music chapter 11
Chorus
Choir
SATB
A cappella
Fairly large group of singers who perform together, usually w…
A group of singers who perform together, usually in parts, wi…
Abbreviation for the standard voices in a chorus or choir&#58…
Choral music performed without instrumental accompaniment. (p…
Chorus
Fairly large group of singers who perform together, usually w…
Choir
A group of singers who perform together, usually in parts, wi…
Music Appreciation chapter 11
Renaissance
Renaissance motet
madrigal
madrigalisms
The word means "rebirth." Spelled with a capital letter. It r…
Religious vocal composition that is through-composed, polypho…
secular song introduced in Italy that became popular in Engla…
extreme word paintings, sighs and cries, for example were int…
Renaissance
The word means "rebirth." Spelled with a capital letter. It r…
Renaissance motet
Religious vocal composition that is through-composed, polypho…
chapter 11 - music
gospel hymn
verse-and-chorus form
white gospel music
black gospel music
popular urban religious song in the period following the Civi…
a song form in which contrasting verses are punctuated by a r…
popular religious singing in urban white communities with roo…
popular religious singing in urban black communities with roo…
gospel hymn
popular urban religious song in the period following the Civi…
verse-and-chorus form
a song form in which contrasting verses are punctuated by a r…
Music Appreciation Chapter 11
In an orchestra, brass instruments are…
In early times, choral music was often…
Vocal music with instrumental accompan…
Which of the following terms best desc…
True
It was performed without instrumental accompaniment.
False
orchestra
In an orchestra, brass instruments are…
True
In early times, choral music was often…
It was performed without instrumental accompaniment.
Music Chapter 11
Variety
Cadenza
Minuet and trio
Scale
Music that departs from previously stated themes and creates…
An unaccompanied passage in free rhythm in which the soloist…
A stately dance movement in triple meter in aba form.
An ascending or descending series of tones organized accordin…
Variety
Music that departs from previously stated themes and creates…
Cadenza
An unaccompanied passage in free rhythm in which the soloist…
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Chapter 11 Music
pitch
octave
good octaves
bad octaves
The psychological aspect of sounds related mainly to the fund…
The interval b/w two sound frequencies having a ration of 2:1…
LOGARITHMIC... When you go up one semitone the ratio is 1:1.0594…
LINEAR... Raw frequency for each semitone is same would make C4…
pitch
The psychological aspect of sounds related mainly to the fund…
octave
The interval b/w two sound frequencies having a ration of 2:1…
10 terms
Music Chapter 11
acappella
chamber music
string quartets
piano trios
choral group that sings with no accompaniment
ensemble music for small groups with one player per part
2 violins + viola + cello
piano and string instruments
acappella
choral group that sings with no accompaniment
chamber music
ensemble music for small groups with one player per part
Music Terms Chapter 11
Madrigal
Lute
Viol
Clavichord
Secular song introduced in Italy that became popular in Engla…
Plucked string instrument; the instrument most widely used in…
most popular bowed string instrument of the Renaissance.
Keyboard instrument capable of subtle changes of volume and a…
Madrigal
Secular song introduced in Italy that became popular in Engla…
Lute
Plucked string instrument; the instrument most widely used in…
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Psychology of Music Chapter 11
Word
Bit
Operator
Flash Drive
A string of bits that together contain binary information
A Binary digit. They are either 1 or 0; on or off, voltage or…
Logic algorithms in Boolcan algebra. Combination commands tha…
A digital storage medium that connects to a computerized devi…
Word
A string of bits that together contain binary information
Bit
A Binary digit. They are either 1 or 0; on or off, voltage or…
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Music and Drama (Chapter 11)
HOW MUSIC CONTRIBUTES TO DRAMA
Incidental Music
Music Drama
Number Opera
The Characters, Their Emotions, The Action, The Scene, The Ge…
Music meant to augment the audience's experience of a stage p…
Opera in which the music is continuous throughout each act or…
Opera in which musical numbers, very much like songs, are sep…
HOW MUSIC CONTRIBUTES TO DRAMA
The Characters, Their Emotions, The Action, The Scene, The Ge…
Incidental Music
Music meant to augment the audience's experience of a stage p…
The Enjoyment of Music Chapter 11
Genre
Sacred music
Secular music
Symphony
General term describing the standard character of a work.Page…
Religious or spiritual music, for church or devotional use.Pa…
Nonreligous music; when texted, usually in the vernacular.Pag…
Large work for orchestra, generally in three or four movement…
Genre
General term describing the standard character of a work.Page…
Sacred music
Religious or spiritual music, for church or devotional use.Pa…
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Chapter 11 Music Terms
Form
Phrase
Cadence
Period
describes the way in which a composer shapes the basic musica…
a single complete and coherent musical sentence used to creat…
describes the end of a phrase
a pair of subsequent musical phrases
Form
describes the way in which a composer shapes the basic musica…
Phrase
a single complete and coherent musical sentence used to creat…
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Music Chapter 11
Ignor Stravinsky
Arnold Schoenberg
Aton Webern
Claude Debussy
Greatest Russian Composer of the 20th century... Composed in man…
Greatest German composer of the 20th Century... Developed twelve…
Student of Schoenberg who took the ideas of serialism to the…
French impressionist composer
Ignor Stravinsky
Greatest Russian Composer of the 20th century... Composed in man…
Arnold Schoenberg
Greatest German composer of the 20th Century... Developed twelve…
Chapter 11 Music
passing six-four chord (P 6/4)
arpeggiating six-four chord (Arp 6/4)
cadential six-four chord (Cad 6/4)
evaded cadence
bass passing motion that fills the interval of a third; V 7/5…
common in marches, waltzes, and folk tunes (also called the w…
an outgrowth of two metrically stressed dissonant events: sus…
circumventing a cadence; thwarting a listener's expectations…
passing six-four chord (P 6/4)
bass passing motion that fills the interval of a third; V 7/5…
arpeggiating six-four chord (Arp 6/4)
common in marches, waltzes, and folk tunes (also called the w…
26 terms
Chapter 11 Music
Rock and Roll
Sh' Boom
Rockabilly
Elvis Presley
After WWII, people had more money to spend, this trickled dow…
an early doo-wop song. It was written by James Keyes, Claude…
According to Carl Perkins, "a country take on R&B, performed…
White man with the Negro feel" "king of rock and roll" "R&R's…
Rock and Roll
After WWII, people had more money to spend, this trickled dow…
Sh' Boom
an early doo-wop song. It was written by James Keyes, Claude…
Chapter 11 music
Aboriginal
Kritis
Overtones
Harmonics
The original or first people to in habit a place
Hindu religious songs that are sung in praise of a particular…
The series of faint tones that are generated when any tone is…
A series of notes generated by the fundamental tone
Aboriginal
The original or first people to in habit a place
Kritis
Hindu religious songs that are sung in praise of a particular…
10 terms
Music Chapter 11
Genre
Sacred Music
Secular Music
Symphony
General term describing the standard character of a work. Pag…
Religious or spiritual music, for church or devotional use. P…
Nonreligous music; when texted, usually in the vernacular. Pa…
Large work for orchestra, generally in three or four movement…
Genre
General term describing the standard character of a work. Pag…
Sacred Music
Religious or spiritual music, for church or devotional use. P…
Chapter 11 musicians, music and recording
le chanteur
la chanteuse
composer
le chansonnier
singer (m)
singer (f)
to compose
bawdy singer
le chanteur
singer (m)
la chanteuse
singer (f)
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Chapter 11 - Baroque Vocal Music
Vocal music in the Baroque Era was alw…
Baroque Opera flourished in Europe aft…
Opera ____ were the principal type of…
_____ are musical declamation of words…
church, court, theater, affects
1600, theater, forms, stage, plots, emotions
serias, emotions, tragic, solo, Libretto
recitative, dialogue, words
Vocal music in the Baroque Era was alw…
church, court, theater, affects
Baroque Opera flourished in Europe aft…
1600, theater, forms, stage, plots, emotions
14 terms
Chapter 11: Listening to Music
A cappella
Chamber Music
What do standard chamber ensembles inc…
How many players can the modern orches…
singing with no accompaniment
ensemble music for small groups, with one player per part
string quartets, piano trios, and brass quintets
Over 100
A cappella
singing with no accompaniment
Chamber Music
ensemble music for small groups, with one player per part
54 terms
Music 111 Chapter 11
Who composed Julius Caesar?
"La giustizia" is from a(n):
"La giustizia" begins with a(n):
Which describes what happens in "La gi…
George Frideric Handel
opera.
ritornello
The full orchestra plays and the meter is regular.
Who composed Julius Caesar?
George Frideric Handel
"La giustizia" is from a(n):
opera.
19 terms
Global Music Chapter 11 Vocab
Calypso
Claves
Conga
Creole
A popular music form from Trinidad characterized by improvise…
A pair of hand-held wooden bars used as percussion instrument…
A tall, barrel-shaped, single-headed drum used often in Latin…
A term referring to populations of French or mixed African an…
Calypso
A popular music form from Trinidad characterized by improvise…
Claves
A pair of hand-held wooden bars used as percussion instrument…
Music Theory Chapter 11
nonchord tone (NCT)
NCT passing tone (p)
NCT neighboring tone (n)
NCT suspension (s)
a tone, either diatonic or chromatic, that is not a member of…
approached by step left by step in the same direction
approached by step left by step in the opposite direction
approached by same tone left by step down
nonchord tone (NCT)
a tone, either diatonic or chromatic, that is not a member of…
NCT passing tone (p)
approached by step left by step in the same direction
25 terms
Music Appreciation Chapter 11 & 17
Aboriginal
Kritis
Overtones
Harmonics
The original or first people to inhabit a place.
Hindu religious songs that are sung in praise of a particular…
The series of faint tones that are generated when any one ton…
A series of tones generated by the fundamental tone.
Aboriginal
The original or first people to inhabit a place.
Kritis
Hindu religious songs that are sung in praise of a particular…
14 terms
Music 151 Chapter 11
ternary form (ABA)
triplet
relative major
relative minor
a three part musical form in which the third section is a rep…
groups of three notes with the number 3 above them
going minor to major
going major to minor
ternary form (ABA)
a three part musical form in which the third section is a rep…
triplet
groups of three notes with the number 3 above them
19 terms
Western Music Chapter 11
Incidental and Entr-Act Music
Concerto
Dances
Oveture
Music originality intended to be played during a play or betw…
A compound form, usually 3 movements, for soloist(s) and orch…
Single dance pieces and marches Not derived from opera or bal…
An orchestral composition intended to introduce an opera or o…
Incidental and Entr-Act Music
Music originality intended to be played during a play or betw…
Concerto
A compound form, usually 3 movements, for soloist(s) and orch…
17 terms
Music History Term Chapter 11
villancico
frottola
madrigal
lute song
(from Spanish villano, 'peasant'; pronounced vee-yan-THEE-co)…
(pl. frottole) Sixteenth-century GENRE of Italian POLYPHONIC…
(Italian madrigale, "song in the mother tongue") ... (1) Fourtee…
English GENRE of solo song with LUTE accompaniment.
villancico
(from Spanish villano, 'peasant'; pronounced vee-yan-THEE-co)…
frottola
(pl. frottole) Sixteenth-century GENRE of Italian POLYPHONIC…
21 terms
Music History Chapter 11
Juan del Encia
air
balletto
consort song
First Spanish playwright. Was interested in pastoral themes b…
(English) English or French song for solo voice with instrume…
Italian, "little dance") Sixteenth-century Italian (and later…
Distinctively English genre in which a voice is accompanied b…
Juan del Encia
First Spanish playwright. Was interested in pastoral themes b…
air
(English) English or French song for solo voice with instrume…
19 terms
Music Final - Chapter 11
Modernism
Post-modernism
Schoenberg
Polytonality
artistic movement defined as "self-conscious innovation" emer…
artistic movement, emerging in the mid-1960s, is portrayed as…
famous composer credited with atonality
term that describes the simultaneous sounding of two or more…
Modernism
artistic movement defined as "self-conscious innovation" emer…
Post-modernism
artistic movement, emerging in the mid-1960s, is portrayed as…
17 terms
Music Appreciation Chapter 11
chorus
choir
a capella
chamber music
large group of singers who perform together whose music is su…
smaller group, connected with church or performance of sacred…
"in the chapel," music performed without accompaniment
music for a group of two to about a dozen people with one pla…
chorus
large group of singers who perform together whose music is su…
choir
smaller group, connected with church or performance of sacred…
Rudiments of Music chapter 11
Key
C
G
D
the term key refers to the letter name of the tonic of that s…
none
1 - F#
2 - F#, C#
Key
the term key refers to the letter name of the tonic of that s…
C
none
Chapter 11-16 Music Genres
Kyrie Plainchant
Alleluia Plainchant
Organum
Estampie (Troubadour Chanson)
Gregorian Chant Example of the Kyrie
Alleluia, O Virga
Gaude Maria
Kalenda Maya
Kyrie Plainchant
Gregorian Chant Example of the Kyrie
Alleluia Plainchant
Alleluia, O Virga
7 terms
The Enjoyment of Music - Chapter 11
A Capella
Chamber Music
SATB
String Quartet
singing with no accompaniment (in the chapel)
ensemble music for small groups, with one player per part
soprano, alto, tenor, bass
made up of 2 violins, viola, cello
A Capella
singing with no accompaniment (in the chapel)
Chamber Music
ensemble music for small groups, with one player per part
Chapter 11: Music and Speech Production
pitch
octave
tone height
tone chroma
The psychological aspect of sound related mainly to perceived…
The interval between two sound frequencies having a ratio of…
A sound quality corresponding to the level of pitch. Tone hei…
A sound quality shared by tones that have the same octave int…
pitch
The psychological aspect of sound related mainly to perceived…
octave
The interval between two sound frequencies having a ratio of…
Music Appreciation-Chapter 11-Hodge-MSCC
Who composed Julius Caesar?
"La giustizia" is from a(n):
"La giustizia" begins with a(n):
Which describes what happens in "La gi…
George Frideric Handel
opera.
ritornello
The full orchestra plays and the meter is regular.
Who composed Julius Caesar?
George Frideric Handel
"La giustizia" is from a(n):
opera.
MUSIC 29 MT Chapter 11
beat
beat sub-division
pitch space
polyphony
single pulse in a periodic pulse train
dividing pulses in the pulse train
A PITCH SPACE describes the organization of a group of pitche…
many different voices
beat
single pulse in a periodic pulse train
beat sub-division
dividing pulses in the pulse train
15 terms
Chapter 11 Understanding Music
Igor Stravinsky
Arnold Schoenberg
Claude Debussy
Aaron Copland
greatest Russian composer of the 20th century; composed in ma…
greatest German Composer of the 20th century; moved to Americ…
French Impressionist composer
American composer of nationalistic music, most well-known Ame…
Igor Stravinsky
greatest Russian composer of the 20th century; composed in ma…
Arnold Schoenberg
greatest German Composer of the 20th century; moved to Americ…
American Music Chapter 11
Allman Brothers Band
Barry White
Carlos Santana
Carole King
Most important southern rock band of the late 1960s and early…
Soft soul artist with a smooth, deep voice who rose to promin…
Mexican-born rock guitarist who combined rock, jazz, and Afro…
Singer-songwriter who recorded influential songs in New York'…
Allman Brothers Band
Most important southern rock band of the late 1960s and early…
Barry White
Soft soul artist with a smooth, deep voice who rose to promin…
Chapter 11 - Music 225
vodou
reggae
Rastafarianism
Rasta
Haitian ritual
popular Jamaican music - Bob Marley
Abrahamic belief which developed in Jamaica in the 1930s, fol…
person who follows Rastafarianism
vodou
Haitian ritual
reggae
popular Jamaican music - Bob Marley
music theory chapter 11
doubling: when the chord is in root po…
doubling: when the chord is in 1st inv…
doubling: when the chord is in second…
doubling: NEVER double the
double the root (bass)
double the third (bass) or the soprano note
double the fifth (bass)
tendency tone- 4 & 7
doubling: when the chord is in root po…
double the root (bass)
doubling: when the chord is in 1st inv…
double the third (bass) or the soprano note
12 terms
Music Theory Chapter 11
cadence
chordal dissonance
chordal skip
phrase
The end of a phrase, where harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic fe…
A dissonant harmonic interval that originates as part of a se…
A melodic embellishment made by skipping from one chord membe…
A basic unit of musical thought, similar to a sentence in lan…
cadence
The end of a phrase, where harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic fe…
chordal dissonance
A dissonant harmonic interval that originates as part of a se…
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