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Music 118 chapter 11
Art music
Dynamics
Forte
"piano"
Formal music appreciated by the educated elite
The loudness level of a piece
Loud
Soft
Art music
Formal music appreciated by the educated elite
Dynamics
The loudness level of a piece
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Music 331 Chapter 11
JAZZ IN TRANSITION
RECORDING BAN
Bebop
CHARACTERISTICS OF BEBOP
- big bands were expensive to maintain, small groups... were muc…
- the AFM instituted the ban in 1942, which lasted two years…
1. Bebop was the beginning of what... we now call modern jazz,... i…
¡ Small groups emphasized over big bands... ¡ Not for dancing, a…
JAZZ IN TRANSITION
- big bands were expensive to maintain, small groups... were muc…
RECORDING BAN
- the AFM instituted the ban in 1942, which lasted two years…
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Music theory chapter 11
Non chord tone (NCT)
Passing tone (p)
Neighboring tone (n)
Suspension (s)
"A tone, either diatonic or chromatic, that is not a member o…
Approached by a step. Left by a step in the same direction
Approached by a step. Left by a step in the opposite directio…
Approached by the same tone. Left by a step down... Classified b…
Non chord tone (NCT)
"A tone, either diatonic or chromatic, that is not a member o…
Passing tone (p)
Approached by a step. Left by a step in the same direction
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Understanding Music Chapter 11
Art Song
Through-Composed
Strophic form
Lied
a song for solo voice and piano with high artistic aspirations
music that exhibits no obvious repetitions or overt musical f…
a form in which the music is repeated anew for each successiv…
the German genre of art song for voice and piano accompanimen…
Art Song
a song for solo voice and piano with high artistic aspirations
Through-Composed
music that exhibits no obvious repetitions or overt musical f…
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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…
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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…
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Chapter 11 music theory
No chord tone
Neighboring tone
Passing tone
Suspension
A tone, either diatonic or chromatic, that is not a member of…
Approached by step... Left by step in opposite direction
Approached by step... Left by step in same direction
Approached by same tone... Left by step down
No chord tone
A tone, either diatonic or chromatic, that is not a member of…
Neighboring tone
Approached by step... Left by step in opposite direction
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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 11-16 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
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Music and Civ Chapter 11
oratorio
Handel's Messiah
aria
runs
lengthy musical work for voices and orchestra... sizable work fo…
most famous oratorio of all time... 53 sections... 19 choruses... 16…
An accompanied solo song, usually of some length and complexi…
a series of rapidly moving, scalewise notes
oratorio
lengthy musical work for voices and orchestra... sizable work fo…
Handel's Messiah
most famous oratorio of all time... 53 sections... 19 choruses... 16…
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Chapter 11: Baroque Vocal Music
C
C
A
D
What is the main reason opera was so appealing to Baroque aud…
The singing style that emphasizes virtuosic technique with fa…
Italian Baroque opera mostly took its plots from... A. ancient h…
Speechlike singing in an opera, usually used to present dialo…
C
What is the main reason opera was so appealing to Baroque aud…
C
The singing style that emphasizes virtuosic technique with fa…
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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…
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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…
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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
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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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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
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Chapter 11 Music industry
Early Days of the Phonograph
The Gramophone
Victor Talking Machine
Radio
The first reproduction of a voice was Edison saying, "Mary ha…
-German immigrant Emile Berliner removed the tin foil & repla…
-Berliner went on to create the Victrola, a record player w/a…
Radio had begun to "re-enact" & record major news stories on…
Early Days of the Phonograph
The first reproduction of a voice was Edison saying, "Mary ha…
The Gramophone
-German immigrant Emile Berliner removed the tin foil & repla…
AP Music Theory Chapter 11
Passing Tone
Neighboring Tone
Suspension
Retardation
tone used to fill in the space between two other tones. appro…
used to embellish a single tone, heard before and after this…
holds on to a chord tone after the other parts move on to the…
approached by the same tone and left by a step up
Passing Tone
tone used to fill in the space between two other tones. appro…
Neighboring Tone
used to embellish a single tone, heard before and after this…
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Music 101 Chapter 11
opera seria
cantata
oratorio
recitativo secco
serious opera
a vocal composition with an instrumental accompaniment
an opera on a religious subject
Continuo accompaniment only
opera seria
serious opera
cantata
a vocal composition with an instrumental accompaniment
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music 110 chapter 11 and 12
ternary form (ABA)
antecedent (and consequent) phrases
triplets
coda
statement-contrast-repetition
musical units that operate together; one opens and the other…
groups of 3 notes that animate and enrich the accompaniment
a section added to the end of a composition to wrap things up
ternary form (ABA)
statement-contrast-repetition
antecedent (and consequent) phrases
musical units that operate together; one opens and the other…
music chapter 11
what were the languages of the great o…
around what time did opera start?
what is significant about the 1600s?
who was the first great opera composer?
italian, french, and german
around 1600
its the classical period
claudio monteverdi
what were the languages of the great o…
italian, french, and german
around what time did opera start?
around 1600
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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.
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General Music Chapter 11
first people to inhabit a place
hymn tune
composition that served to introduce t…
series of tones generated by a fundame…
aboriginal
chorale
chorale prelude
harmonics
first people to inhabit a place
aboriginal
hymn tune
chorale
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MUSIC THEORY // Chapter 11 + 12
Forte
Piano
Mezzo Forte
Mezzo Piano
Loud (f)
Soft (p)
Moderately loud (mf)
Moderately soft (mp)
Forte
Loud (f)
Piano
Soft (p)
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MUSIC 100 CHAPTER 11
define "classical"
baroque style vs. classical style
first movement of classical sonata
second movement of classical sonata
-serious or concert music as opposed to popular music ... -Europ…
BAROQUE:... -polyphonic ... -contrapuntal expansion of melodies ... -f…
-fast... -sonata form
-slow... -sonata, theme and variations, and other forms
define "classical"
-serious or concert music as opposed to popular music ... -Europ…
baroque style vs. classical style
BAROQUE:... -polyphonic ... -contrapuntal expansion of melodies ... -f…
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Chapter 11: Music and Speech
Octave
Tone height
Tone chroma
Chords
Interval between two sound frequencies having a ratio of 2:1
A sound quality corresponding to the level of pitch
A sound quality shared by tones that have the same octave int…
Combination of three or more musical notes with different pit…
Octave
Interval between two sound frequencies having a ratio of 2:1
Tone height
A sound quality corresponding to the level of pitch
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AP music theory chapter 11
Nonchord tone
accented/unaccented, diatonic/chromati…
passing tone
neighboring tone
a tone that is not part of a chord
non chord tone descriptions
used to fill the space between two other tones
used to embellish a single tone, which is heard before the ne…
Nonchord tone
a tone that is not part of a chord
accented/unaccented, diatonic/chromati…
non chord tone descriptions
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Importance of Music Chapter 11
aboriginals
kritis
overtones
harmonics
the original pr 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 tone is…
a series of tones generated by the fundamental tone
aboriginals
the original pr first people to inhabit a place
kritis
Hindu religious songs that are sung in praise of a particular…
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Chapter 11: Classical Music
Description of the Classic Period (Lat…
Musical characteristics of the Classic…
Dates of the Classic Period
Instrumental Genres of the Classic Per…
Also called "Classical" period. Beginning of the modern era I…
Homophonic texture as melody predominates Melodies are lyrica…
1750-1820
Symphony... Sonata ... String Quartet... Piano Trio... String Quintet... Mis…
Description of the Classic Period (Lat…
Also called "Classical" period. Beginning of the modern era I…
Musical characteristics of the Classic…
Homophonic texture as melody predominates Melodies are lyrica…
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Chapter 11: Music and Art
La música
La música clásica
La música country
La música moderna
Music
Classical music
Country music
Modern music
La música
Music
La música clásica
Classical music
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Music Vocab CH 11
A Cappella
Chamber Music
String Quartet
Woodwind Quintet
Without instrumental accompaniment
ensemble music for up to about ten players, with one player t…
2 violins, a viola, and a cello
A group of five wind players (most commonly flute, oboe, clar…
A Cappella
Without instrumental accompaniment
Chamber Music
ensemble music for up to about ten players, with one player t…
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Chapter 11: Music
Musical Notes
What else is critical to music?
Musical Instruments
What are the two basic characteristics…
sounds of music that extend across a (fundamental) frequency…
even higher harmonics which are important to timbre
produce notes below 4000 Hz, but with higher notes listeners…
tone height and tone chroma
Musical Notes
sounds of music that extend across a (fundamental) frequency…
What else is critical to music?
even higher harmonics which are important to timbre
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Music Appreciation Chapter 11
Which country is considered a "melting…
What instrument was banned for use by…
Who wrote Jeanie with the Light Brown…
What was another name for a "walkaroun…
United States
Drums
Foster
Cakewalk
Which country is considered a "melting…
United States
What instrument was banned for use by…
Drums
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Music Final- Chapter 11
modernism
expressionism
atonality
unifying motive
an early twentieth-century term used to express newness and i…
a twentieth-century artistic movement that seeks the expressi…
having no tonal center avoiding any sense of tonality
refers to schoenberg's theory that motives and not tonal cent…
modernism
an early twentieth-century term used to express newness and i…
expressionism
a twentieth-century artistic movement that seeks the expressi…
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Music History Terms Chapter 11
Term
Villancico
Frottola
Madrigal
Description
Type of POLYPHONIC song in Spanish, with several stanzas fram…
Sixteenth-century GENRE of Italian POLYPHONIC song in mock-po…
(1) Fourteenth-century Italian poetic form and its musical se…
Term
Description
Villancico
Type of POLYPHONIC song in Spanish, with several stanzas fram…
Music History Chapter 11
What general trends in music occurred…
Which country eventually replaced the…
Which rulers encouraged the national m…
What was the name of the Spanish secul…
Each country has its own compositional style, more instrument…
Italy
Ferdinand and Isabella
Villancico... Pieces for elite with rustic texts, solo song wit…
What general trends in music occurred…
Each country has its own compositional style, more instrument…
Which country eventually replaced the…
Italy
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Chapter 11 Music Appreciation
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 toes 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…
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Chapter 11 Music 107
Which British rock band recorded the c…
Which country crossover artist of the…
Which southern rock band featured guit…
Which pop-oriented country performer r…
Rolling Stones.
Glen Campbell.
Allman Brothers
John Denver
Which British rock band recorded the c…
Rolling Stones.
Which country crossover artist of the…
Glen Campbell.
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Music Theory Chapter 11
How should the 7th of the chord resolve?
The leading tone is the _______ of the…
How should the leading tone resolve?
What is another name for the dominant…
down by a step in the same voice
third
up by a half step, can be in a different voice
Major minor 7th
How should the 7th of the chord resolve?
down by a step in the same voice
The leading tone is the _______ of the…
third
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Key Concepts From Chapter 11: AP Music Theory
A chord.
Triads. (Triads consist of only three…
Major, minor, diminished, and augmented.
A major triad can be formed from any r…
Three or more tones sounding together.
The harmonic element of music is based on three-note chords c…
What are the four different types of triads?
Describe how to form a major triad.
A chord.
Three or more tones sounding together.
Triads. (Triads consist of only three…
The harmonic element of music is based on three-note chords c…
Chapter 11 Music History Vocab
a "peasant" secular polyphonic song fr…
Frottola
Madrigal
Through composed
Villancico
Italian counterpart to the ... villancico. Italian four part str…
secular Italian music that had feeling and passion in the mus…
new music for each line of poetry for the madrigal
a "peasant" secular polyphonic song fr…
Villancico
Frottola
Italian counterpart to the ... villancico. Italian four part str…
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Chapter 11 Intro to Music
Composers who were active before WWII?
Where is Claude Debussy from, and what…
What scale does he use extensively in…
What is Modernism? What world event pr…
Ives, Copland
He was French and lived in Paris. The artistic movement that…
The scale that gets away from traditional harmony in which he…
Was a movement of self-conscious innovation. WWI came before…
Composers who were active before WWII?
Ives, Copland
Where is Claude Debussy from, and what…
He was French and lived in Paris. The artistic movement that…
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chapter 11 12 and 13 music
every sound, person's vouce, type of m…
quality of sound
quality of sounds both vocal and instr…
children can learn much about timbre a…
tone quality
timbre
four basic elements of music (rythm, loudness, and pitch are…
curiousity and exploring different sources and ways of produc…
every sound, person's vouce, type of m…
tone quality
quality of sound
timbre
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Music Styles Chapter 11 Terms
binary form
cadenza
chamber music
concerto
two part form (ab)
an unaccompanied passage in free rhythm in which the soloist…
works for solo instruments performing together in small ensem…
three movement work for solo instrument and orchestra
binary form
two part form (ab)
cadenza
an unaccompanied passage in free rhythm in which the soloist…
38 terms
Chapter 11-15: Music History
concerto della donne
paper and money
why types of songs were being copied m…
Wealthy people in the late Renaissance…
women singers hired by Duke
part books were written to save
secular
artisans... merchants
concerto della donne
women singers hired by Duke
paper and money
part books were written to save
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Chapter 11 Music of the World
Creolization is know as
Creolization describes
Who were born in cuba?
What were Cubans known as in the 1800's?
musical syncretism
the blending of African and Spanish cultures in Cuba
The Spanish colonial ancestry (considered themselves to be "C…
Creoles
Creolization is know as
musical syncretism
Creolization describes
the blending of African and Spanish cultures in Cuba
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Understanding Music- Chamber Ensembles (Chapter 11)
string trio
piano trio
string quartet
piano quartet
violin 1, viola or violin 2, cello
piano, violin, cello
violin 1, violin 2, viola, cello
piano, violin, viola, cello
string trio
violin 1, viola or violin 2, cello
piano trio
piano, violin, cello
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American Popular Music Chapter 11
Tapestry, It's Too Late, I Feel the Ea…
Superstitious
Benny and The Jets and Don't Shoot Me…
You're The First, The Last, My Everyth…
Carol King
Stevie Wonder
Elton John
Barry White
Tapestry, It's Too Late, I Feel the Ea…
Carol King
Superstitious
Stevie Wonder
19 terms
Psychology 3310: Chapter 11 - Music
Melodies
tempo
syncopation
syncopated auditory polyrhythms
An arrangement of notes or chords in succession
perceived speed of the presented sounds
any deviation from normal rhythm
when two rhythms are played together, but slightly out of sync
Melodies
An arrangement of notes or chords in succession
tempo
perceived speed of the presented sounds
32 terms
Chapter 11: Perceiving Speech and Music
Phonemes
International Phonetic Alphabet
Larynx
Vocal Folds
The smallest units of sound that, if changed, would change th…
An alphabet in which each symbol stands for a different speec…
The part of the vocal tract that contains the vocal cords.
A pair of membranes within the larynx.
Phonemes
The smallest units of sound that, if changed, would change th…
International Phonetic Alphabet
An alphabet in which each symbol stands for a different speec…
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