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Music Appreciation, Chapter 6, Late Baroque Instrumental Music
Johann Sebastian Bach
The organ
Stops
Bach's Little Fugue
1685-1750; Bridge between Baroque and Classical music; last o…
3 essential components: pipes; mechanism to pump air; keyboard
Row of pipes that produce a specific timbre
Composition, 3 or 4 parts, enter one by one;
Johann Sebastian Bach
1685-1750; Bridge between Baroque and Classical music; last o…
The organ
3 essential components: pipes; mechanism to pump air; keyboard
16 terms
music chapter 6
Palesttrina and Josquin
True
False
Harpsichord
Which pair of individuals were not Baroque era composers
unlike the early Baroque period, the late Baroque-as exemplif…
While late Baroque composers reintroduced polyphony to the mu…
Which instrument is most suitable for playing polyphonic coun…
Palesttrina and Josquin
Which pair of individuals were not Baroque era composers
True
unlike the early Baroque period, the late Baroque-as exemplif…
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Music chapter 6
Barroco
Doctrine of affections
Opera
Libretto
Where baroque comes from (Portuguese) originally meant as an…
Different musical moods could and should be used to influence…
Drama of the stage joined with music
Text of an opera
Barroco
Where baroque comes from (Portuguese) originally meant as an…
Doctrine of affections
Different musical moods could and should be used to influence…
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Music Chapter 6
Tempo
Accelerando
Ritardando
Allegro
rate of speed of the music
get faster
get slower
fast tempo
Tempo
rate of speed of the music
Accelerando
get faster
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Excursions in World Music: Chapter 6- Music of Indonesia
rebab
gambang
suling
kendang
two-stringed vertical spike fiddle
wooden xylophone with a box resonator, soft and delicate soun…
notched bamboo flute played like a recorder
Double-headed drum, provides link between dancer and music
rebab
two-stringed vertical spike fiddle
gambang
wooden xylophone with a box resonator, soft and delicate soun…
17 terms
Music Chapter 6
Cadenza
Virtuoso
Concerto
Movement
A brief interlude in a concerto in which the soloist plays al…
A musician considered among the finest performers in the worl…
A showpiece written for a single instrument accompanied by an…
While a complete piece of music in itself, it is usually part…
Cadenza
A brief interlude in a concerto in which the soloist plays al…
Virtuoso
A musician considered among the finest performers in the worl…
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Music Chapter 6
allemande
answer
cadenza
chamber music ensemble
German dance, typically in quadruple meter with a moderate te…
A version of the fugue subject that has been altered or moved…
Virtuosic solo passage with little or no accompaniment
A group of several musicians, at least two and usually no mor…
allemande
German dance, typically in quadruple meter with a moderate te…
answer
A version of the fugue subject that has been altered or moved…
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Music Chapter 6
Fundamental
Harmonics
Vibrato
Soprano
the lowest frequency vibration of a sounding tone, and the pr…
related vibrations above the pitch of the fundamental. Also k…
a subtle pulsating quality, caused by a very slight pitch cha…
the highest pitched female voice
Fundamental
the lowest frequency vibration of a sounding tone, and the pr…
Harmonics
related vibrations above the pitch of the fundamental. Also k…
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Music, Chapter 6
consonance
dissonance
resolution
triad
a tone combination that is stable
a tone combination that is unstable
a dissonance has its _____ when it moves to a consonance
the most basic chord is a _____ which consists of three tones
consonance
a tone combination that is stable
dissonance
a tone combination that is unstable
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Music Chapter 6
Form
Repetition
Contrast
Strophic Form
Structure and design in music, based on repetition, contrast,…
A compositional technique whereby a passage or section is res…
Use of opposing musical elements to emphasize difference and…
Song structure in which the same music is repeated with every…
Form
Structure and design in music, based on repetition, contrast,…
Repetition
A compositional technique whereby a passage or section is res…
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Music Appreciation - Composers Test (Chapter 6)
John Adams
Samuel Barber
Hector Berlioz
Johannes Brahms
John Adams
Samuel Barber
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Music Theory Chapter 6
Motive
Melodic Motive
Rhythmic Motive
Sequence
is a short recurring figure that appears through a compositio…
is a repeated pitch pattern
recurring rhythmic pattern in a piece of music
is the immediate restatement of a melodic motive or longer fi…
Motive
is a short recurring figure that appears through a compositio…
Melodic Motive
is a repeated pitch pattern
Music Chapter 6 Vocab
Form
Repetition
Contrast
Strophic Form
The organizing principle in music; its basic elements are rep…
fixes the material in our minds and satisfies our need for th…
stimulates our interest and feeds our desire for change
in which the same melody is repeated with each stanza of the…
Form
The organizing principle in music; its basic elements are rep…
Repetition
fixes the material in our minds and satisfies our need for th…
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Music: Chapter 6
Baroque era
Sir Isaac Newton
The Palace at Versailles
Contrast and illusion
1600-1750
the foremost scientist of the age; discovered gravity; develo…
the most impressive building of this period
dominant forces in painting
Baroque era
1600-1750
Sir Isaac Newton
the foremost scientist of the age; discovered gravity; develo…
20 terms
Chapter 6 Music
Tradegy
Comedy
Melodrama
Tragicomedy
Unhappy ending
Employed all with light subjects with serious subjects in a l…
Music c and drama,, good vs. evil
Reflect diverse social standings, early - happy endings, late…
Tradegy
Unhappy ending
Comedy
Employed all with light subjects with serious subjects in a l…
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Music chapter 6
Liturgy
Gregorian/plain chant
melismas
Troubadours
higher authority
official music of the catholic church. unaccompanied, monopho…
groups of notes on one syllable
group of poet-composers who performed the songs themselves in…
Liturgy
higher authority
Gregorian/plain chant
official music of the catholic church. unaccompanied, monopho…
12 terms
Music Chapter 6
Binary
cadence
phrase
refrain
a two part form of music defined by beginning and contrasting…
a progression of chords that occurs at the end of a compositi…
a unit of musical development which functions like a clause o…
usually an identical and periodic section of music in a given…
Binary
a two part form of music defined by beginning and contrasting…
cadence
a progression of chords that occurs at the end of a compositi…
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music chapter 6
"The Middle Ages" refers to what perio…
The official music of the Catholic Chu…
Because plainchant lacks a distinctive…
Which of the following statements abou…
5th to 15th century
plainchant
nonmetrical.
Plainchant is based on the major/minor system.
"The Middle Ages" refers to what perio…
5th to 15th century
The official music of the Catholic Chu…
plainchant
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World Music Chapter 6
3 areas of Southeast Asia
Vietnam
Thailand
Indonesia
Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia
long coastal area on the mainland
smaller coastal area
Consists of many islands
3 areas of Southeast Asia
Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia
Vietnam
long coastal area on the mainland
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Music chapter 6
Registers
Range
Coloratura soprano, soprano, mezzo-sop…
Countertenor, tenor, baritone, bass
Are vocal ranges
The distance between the lowest and highest pitches of a voice
Female singing voices in highest to lowest order
Male singing voices in highest to lowest order
Registers
Are vocal ranges
Range
The distance between the lowest and highest pitches of a voice
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Music History Chapter 6
What and when is the Great Schism?
When and when is the French Ars Nova?
Who is Philippe de Vitry and his work?
What are mensuration signs and how doe…
Late 14th century, multiple popes at one time, one pope moved…
14th century, "The New Art" collection of treaties bout new i…
14th century, wrote treaties about Ars Nova, first to divide…
early time signatures : full circle = 3, half circle = 2, dot…
What and when is the Great Schism?
Late 14th century, multiple popes at one time, one pope moved…
When and when is the French Ars Nova?
14th century, "The New Art" collection of treaties bout new i…
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Chapter 6 World Music
Indonesia
Vietnam
1ST impression
SONG LANG (Shong long)
Country
Nhac Tai Tu has a free and improvisatory feel in both melody…
"flexible feeling" - small string ensemble - frequent tone be…
A "slit-drum" clapper idiophone from Vietnam
Indonesia
Country
Vietnam
Nhac Tai Tu has a free and improvisatory feel in both melody…
Music 102 Chapter 6 GMU
Swing Music (1935-1945)
"Hit Parade"
"Let's Party"
MCA
Developed by black dance bands in NYC, democratic in spirit a…
A ranked list of the most popular recordings (Glenn Miller, D…
The attitude during the swing era, people wanted to rebel due…
Rise of the booking agency Music Corporation of America, took…
Swing Music (1935-1945)
Developed by black dance bands in NYC, democratic in spirit a…
"Hit Parade"
A ranked list of the most popular recordings (Glenn Miller, D…
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Music chapter 6
Sonata
What is a concerto
What instrumental groupings are genera…
King of concerto
Solo instrument with acompanyment
An instrumental work that features either a smaller group or…
The small group(soloist), big group, both groups together
Antonio vilvaldi
Sonata
Solo instrument with acompanyment
What is a concerto
An instrumental work that features either a smaller group or…
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Music Chapter 6
Vocal ranges
Describes the distance between the low…
Has a unique timbre
Some words that describe timbre are
Registers
Range
Bobby mcferrin
Bright, dark, harsh, heavy, hoarse, husky, light or mellow
Vocal ranges
Registers
Describes the distance between the low…
Range
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Music chapter 6
How do Baroque opera plots reflect soc…
How were the public concert series of…
Why is Vivaldi's Four Seasons consider…
Baroque instrumental concertos are bas…
Plots tend to revolve around powerful rulers
subscription ticket sales
Each of the four concertos depicts a different season
a small group and a large group
How do Baroque opera plots reflect soc…
Plots tend to revolve around powerful rulers
How were the public concert series of…
subscription ticket sales
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Chapter 6 music
What is a concerto?
What instrumental groupings are genera…
What was the earliest published concer…
Where did Vivaldi spend most of his ca…
An instrument work that features either a smaller group or so…
The small group (or soloist), big group (orchestra), and both…
Concerti di Andrea et di Giovani Gabrielli in 1587
Ospedale della Pieta (orphanage)
What is a concerto?
An instrument work that features either a smaller group or so…
What instrumental groupings are genera…
The small group (or soloist), big group (orchestra), and both…
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Music chapter 6 & 7
interval quality
natural semitones
natural intervals
natural minor scale
an interval may have the same number of staff steps on anothe…
only half steps (minor 2nd) on the white keys occur between E…
those in which both notes have no accidentals and fall on the…
the most basic of the three versions of the minor scale
interval quality
an interval may have the same number of staff steps on anothe…
natural semitones
only half steps (minor 2nd) on the white keys occur between E…
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Music Chapter 6 - Musical Form
Form
Strophic Form
Through-Composed Form
Variation
organizing principle in music; it's basic elements are repeti…
same melody is repeated with each stanza of the text, as for…
- no main section of the music or text is repeated
falls between repetition and contrast; where some aspects of…
Form
organizing principle in music; it's basic elements are repeti…
Strophic Form
same melody is repeated with each stanza of the text, as for…
32 terms
Chapter 6 music notes
Concerto
The small groups or soloist, the big g…
Concerti di Andrea et di Giovanni Gabr…
Ospedale della Pieta
Instrumental work that features either a smaller group or sol…
What instrumental groupings are generally used in a concert?
What was the earliest published concerto and when was it comp…
where did Vivaldi spend most of his career and what was it?
Concerto
Instrumental work that features either a smaller group or sol…
The small groups or soloist, the big g…
What instrumental groupings are generally used in a concert?
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Music Chapter 6 (Musical Form)
Form
Repetition
Contrast
Strophic form
A musical work's structure or shape
The familiar; fixes material in our minds and satisfies our n…
The new; stimulates our interest and feeds our desire for cha…
The most common form in vocal music; the same melody is repea…
Form
A musical work's structure or shape
Repetition
The familiar; fixes material in our minds and satisfies our n…
10 terms
Music Chapter 6
theme
variation
ostinato
true
A _____ can be a building block in the construction of a musi…
A principle of form that is based on repeated alterations of…
A short, repeated musical pattern used as a structural device…
Even when a performer improvises, the basic elements of repet…
theme
A _____ can be a building block in the construction of a musi…
variation
A principle of form that is based on repeated alterations of…
14 terms
music 110 chapter 6
Baroque
Doctrine of Affections
opera
libretto
describes the arts during the period 1600-1750
said that different musical moods should be used to influence…
a stage play expressed through music
the text of an opera
Baroque
describes the arts during the period 1600-1750
Doctrine of Affections
said that different musical moods should be used to influence…
17 terms
chapter 6 Music & spirituality
tibetan buddhist chant
amazing grace
Bernice Johnson Reagon
plainchant
monks clothed in yellow hat & red cardigan, chanting to medit…
musical testament to christian doctrive of salvation, written…
amazing grace interpretation... **lining out: song leader introd…
"chant" , connect singers w sacred, latin, anonymous, oral tr…
tibetan buddhist chant
monks clothed in yellow hat & red cardigan, chanting to medit…
amazing grace
musical testament to christian doctrive of salvation, written…
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Chapter 6 study guide music
Melody
Pitch contour
Melodic contour
Drone
Reoccuring surface rhythm
The rising and falling of melody
Pitch contour and rhythm
2 continuous pitches
Melody
Reoccuring surface rhythm
Pitch contour
The rising and falling of melody
Chapter 6- Music Appreciation
Form
Repetition and Contrast
Strophic Form
Variation
Refers to a work's structure or shape ... the way the elements o…
The basic structural concepts in the element of form... Repetiti…
a vocal work in which each poetic stanza is sung to the same…
Falls between repetition and contrast- some aspects of the mu…
Form
Refers to a work's structure or shape ... the way the elements o…
Repetition and Contrast
The basic structural concepts in the element of form... Repetiti…
14 terms
Music Theory: Chapter 6
Harmonic Function
Diatonic
Root inversion 7th
First position 7th
Placement of a chord with a key
Using pitches found in a given key
V7
V 6/5
Harmonic Function
Placement of a chord with a key
Diatonic
Using pitches found in a given key
16 terms
Music Listening Chapter 6
Concert
Recital
Concertmaster/concertmistress
Genre
a combined or "concerted" effort of a large group
refers to a performance by a soloist or a small ensemble in a…
the person who sits directly to the left of the conductor and…
describes the types of musical piece, determined by instrumen…
Concert
a combined or "concerted" effort of a large group
Recital
refers to a performance by a soloist or a small ensemble in a…
35 terms
The Enjoyment of Music - Chapter 6
Tempo
Accelerando
Adagio
Allegro
Rate of speed or pace in music
Getting faster
Quite slow
Fast, cheerful
Tempo
Rate of speed or pace in music
Accelerando
Getting faster
15 terms
Year 8 French Chapter 6- Music
Je joue du saxophone.
Je joue du piano.
Je joue du violon.
Je joue du clavier.
I play the saxophone.
I play the piano.
I play the violin.
I play the keyboard.
Je joue du saxophone.
I play the saxophone.
Je joue du piano.
I play the piano.
22 terms
Music Theory Chapter 6
motive
melodic motive
rhythmic motive
sequence
a short recurring figure that appears throughout a compositio…
a repeated pitch pattern that usually accompanied by the same…
a recurring rhythmic pattern in a piece of music
the immediate restatement of a melodic motive or longer figur…
motive
a short recurring figure that appears throughout a compositio…
melodic motive
a repeated pitch pattern that usually accompanied by the same…
Music Appreciation Chapter 6
One of the basic structures in music i…
A principle of form based on repeated…
Which best describes the overall form…
Even when a performer improvises, the…
...
variation
Ternary A-B-A
True
One of the basic structures in music i…
...
A principle of form based on repeated…
variation
15 terms
General music chapter 6
Registers
Range
Coloratura
Soprano
Vocal ranges
The distance between the lowest and highest pitches of the vo…
The soprano voice that is light and flexible enough to perfor…
The high female register
Registers
Vocal ranges
Range
The distance between the lowest and highest pitches of the vo…
16 terms
Music Chapter 6
Form
Basic Elements of Form
Strophic Form
Through-Composed Form
the organizing principle in music
repetition, contrast, and variation
song structure in which the same music is repeated with every…
no large repeated sections
Form
the organizing principle in music
Basic Elements of Form
repetition, contrast, and variation
37 terms
General Music Chapter 6
register
range
polyphonic
homophonic
vocal ranges
highest to lowest note one can sing
singing a song like a round
single melody with harmonic or chordal accompaniment
register
vocal ranges
range
highest to lowest note one can sing
11 terms
Music Theory: Chapter 6
4/5 Motion: Rule 1
4/5 Motion: Rule 2
4/5 Motion: Rule 3
3/6 Motion
Common tone and stepwise
Similar motion by 2nd and 3rd
Tertian leap, common tone, stepwise
2 common tones, 1 stepwise
4/5 Motion: Rule 1
Common tone and stepwise
4/5 Motion: Rule 2
Similar motion by 2nd and 3rd
8 terms
Music-Chapter 6 & 7
Form
Strophic
Through-Composed
Call & Response
The road map of a composition
Multiple verse in the same music, vocal form
Very little repeated
Vocal form, 1 person or small group responded by a large group
Form
The road map of a composition
Strophic
Multiple verse in the same music, vocal form
19 terms
Freshman Music, Chapter 6
register
range
countertenor
coloratura soprano
vocal range
the distance between the highest and lowest pitches of the vo…
highest male voice
highest female voice
register
vocal range
range
the distance between the highest and lowest pitches of the vo…
15 terms
Music Theory - Chapter 6
2nd apart (same as a 7th)... 3rd apart (s…
1. All members of the triad are usuall…
1. The 5th of the triad is often omitt…
Keep in the same voice the tone that i…
Four combinations for the roots
4 part textures
3 part textures
RP part writing w/ roots 4th/5th apart--four part textures:... 1…
2nd apart (same as a 7th)... 3rd apart (s…
Four combinations for the roots
1. All members of the triad are usuall…
4 part textures
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IB Music chapter 6
Contrast
Strophic form
Through-composed
Variation
The use of opposing musical elements to emphasize difference…
Song structure in which the same music is repeated with every…
Song structure that is composed from beginning to end, withou…
The compositional procedure of altering a preexisting musical…
Contrast
The use of opposing musical elements to emphasize difference…
Strophic form
Song structure in which the same music is repeated with every…
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