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Music words chapter 8
El concierto
el/la músico(a)
el grupo
la banda
The concert
The musician
The group, Band , musical group
The band
El concierto
The concert
el/la músico(a)
The musician
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Chapter 8 Music Words
el concierto
el/la músico(a)
la banda
el conjunto
concert
musician
band
group, band, musical group
el concierto
concert
el/la músico(a)
musician
Music Chapter 8
Melodic Line
Interval
Conjunct
Disjunct
succession of notes creating a tune
the distance between two given pitches
motion features SMALL intervals between notes; notes can move…
motion features LARGE intervals; notes leap over one or more…
Melodic Line
succession of notes creating a tune
Interval
the distance between two given pitches
Music, Chapter 8
polyphonic
counterpoint
imitation
a round
when music has many sounds; having two or more melodic lines…
when several different melodies are sung together; combining…
when a melodic idea is presented by one voice or instrument a…
a song in which several people sing the melody but each singe…
polyphonic
when music has many sounds; having two or more melodic lines…
counterpoint
when several different melodies are sung together; combining…
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Music Chapter 8
String
Instruments of string family
Woodwind
Reed
Produce sound by vibration, pluck, bow strum
Violin - wide range. Viola - lower range but bigger. Double b…
produce a sound with a column of air vibrating within a pipe…
single reed use top teeth and bottom lip (clarinet and saxoph…
String
Produce sound by vibration, pluck, bow strum
Instruments of string family
Violin - wide range. Viola - lower range but bigger. Double b…
Music Vocab Chapter 8
composition
hook
modulation
fanfare
the craft of putting together sounds to create a musical work
motive or grabber phrase in a song that often accompanies the…
change of key
short showy tune usually written for brass played to honor im…
composition
the craft of putting together sounds to create a musical work
hook
motive or grabber phrase in a song that often accompanies the…
Music Chapter 8 Vocab
Nonlexical Singing
Scat-singing
vocalise
Common languages for worship music
syllables that don't make sense (ex. hey jude, zip a de doo d…
vocal improvisation using wordless vocables, like "Shoo-be-do…
wordless melody (singing on a neutral vowel like "ah").
Hebrew, Greek, and Latin
Nonlexical Singing
syllables that don't make sense (ex. hey jude, zip a de doo d…
Scat-singing
vocal improvisation using wordless vocables, like "Shoo-be-do…
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Music Chapter 8
Timbre
Tone Color
Instrument
Register
The quality of a sound that distinguishes one voice or instru…
The quality of a sound that distinguishes one voice or instru…
Mechanism that generates musical vibrations and transmits the…
Specific area in the range of an instrument or voice. Page 37
Timbre
The quality of a sound that distinguishes one voice or instru…
Tone Color
The quality of a sound that distinguishes one voice or instru…
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Music Appreciation - Composers Test (Chapter 8)
Trey Anastasio
Johann Sebastian Bach
Mili Balakirev
Samuel Barber
Trey Anastasio
Johann Sebastian Bach
music chapter 8
Where was early Baroque style first de…
Which of the following was an importan…
Gabrieli's "O magnum mysterium" is
What happened to rhythm and meter in t…
Italy
Opera
motet
Rhythms became more definite and regular, and bar lines began…
Where was early Baroque style first de…
Italy
Which of the following was an importan…
Opera
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Music Chapter 8 - Music and Words
Song
Vocalise
Nonlexical Syllables
Scat-Singing
a sung work of music (a piece/work/composition may refer to a…
melodies sung on a neutral sound like "ah" - often this refer…
made up syllables (Hey Jude - Na na na) (zip a dee do da, zip…
often found in jazz, it is a vocal improvisation using wordle…
Song
a sung work of music (a piece/work/composition may refer to a…
Vocalise
melodies sung on a neutral sound like "ah" - often this refer…
Chapter 8 Elements of Eastern European Folk Music
Asymmetric Meters
Social Realism
Verbunkos
Magyarnota
Mixed meters
Creating Professional Folk Ensembles
Recruiting group
19th century parlor songs
Asymmetric Meters
Mixed meters
Social Realism
Creating Professional Folk Ensembles
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chapter 8 Music
baroque
the early baroque
early baroque
early baroque
western music history 1600-1750
1590-1640
experimentation characterized by compositional styles (madrig…
bass line structures with clear harmonic implications... more us…
baroque
western music history 1600-1750
the early baroque
1590-1640
Music Chapter 8
true
false
true
word painting
A song in which each syllable receives one note is called syl…
All songs contain actual sung words.... True... False
In strophic songs, the same music is repeated for each stanza…
Making the music sound like the text being sung is called ___…
true
A song in which each syllable receives one note is called syl…
false
All songs contain actual sung words.... True... False
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Chapter 8 Music
When did Beethoven write his symphony…
What are the 4 movements of Beethoven'…
How many symphonies did Johannes Brahm…
What are two of Franz Schubert's symph…
1817-1823
I. Allegro ma non troppo... II. Molto Vivace... III. Adagio molto e…
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Symphony No. 8 (Unfinished) and Symphony No. 9
When did Beethoven write his symphony…
1817-1823
What are the 4 movements of Beethoven'…
I. Allegro ma non troppo... II. Molto Vivace... III. Adagio molto e…
Chapter 8: Music and Words
Nonlexical syllable
Scat-singing
Vocalise
Vernacular
Nonsense syllable (na na na na)
Syllables w/o meaning to an improvised vocal line, jazz style…
Textless vocal melody
Common language spoken by the people
Nonlexical syllable
Nonsense syllable (na na na na)
Scat-singing
Syllables w/o meaning to an improvised vocal line, jazz style…
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Music Theory chapter 8
voice leading
species counterpount
Cantus firmus
counterpoint
used to describe the linear aspect of musical writing
an approach to counterpoint through the addition of contrapun…
1. a fixed melody, one phrase in length, ... 2. that terminates…
a second voice, created according to specific principles, tha…
voice leading
used to describe the linear aspect of musical writing
species counterpount
an approach to counterpoint through the addition of contrapun…
Music Chapter 8
With the fall of rome, Why did europe…
What are some examples of how music ea…
what things did the early church adapt?
Medieval modes were based on what?
1) Drout followed by flooding ... 2) famine and disease ... 3) Reli…
1) Paintings ... 2) Sculputres ... 3) Architecture - gothic ... 4) mus…
Daily prayer hours ... Singing of palsm ... Chanting part of liturgy
Modes
With the fall of rome, Why did europe…
1) Drout followed by flooding ... 2) famine and disease ... 3) Reli…
What are some examples of how music ea…
1) Paintings ... 2) Sculputres ... 3) Architecture - gothic ... 4) mus…
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Music Appreciation-Chapter 8
Composition
Fanfare
Hook
Modulation
Craft of putting together sounds to create a musical work
Short, showy tune, usually written for brass, played to honor…
Motive or "grabber" in a song that often accompanies the word…
Change of key
Composition
Craft of putting together sounds to create a musical work
Fanfare
Short, showy tune, usually written for brass, played to honor…
Music Therapy Chapter 8
What must be considered when diagnosin…
What are some symptoms of Schizophrenia?
What is the difference between a delus…
What are treatment options for those w…
Frequency, Intensity, and Duration
-profound alterations in thinking, sensory perception, affect…
A delusion is a false belief while a hallucination is a senso…
-antipsychotic medications to help regulate neurological proc…
What must be considered when diagnosin…
Frequency, Intensity, and Duration
What are some symptoms of Schizophrenia?
-profound alterations in thinking, sensory perception, affect…
General music chapter 8
Composition
Hook
Fanfare
Modulation
The craft of putting together sounds to create a musical work
The movie or grabber phrase in a song that often accompanies…
A short, showy tune, usually written for brass, played to hon…
A change of key
Composition
The craft of putting together sounds to create a musical work
Hook
The movie or grabber phrase in a song that often accompanies…
music chapter 8
how many vocal soloists are featured i…
what is the message of the 4th movemen…
who wrote the poem 'ode an die freude'…
who were the main romantic composers a…
4
the brotherhood of man through joy, and the love of an eterna…
schiller
brahns, schubert, mendelsohn, schumann, and tchaikovsky
how many vocal soloists are featured i…
4
what is the message of the 4th movemen…
the brotherhood of man through joy, and the love of an eterna…
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Chapter 8: Medieval Music
Conjunct Melody
Disjunct Motion
Melody of Medieval music:
Rhythm of Medieval music
Normally Stepwise motion
Leaps
- Mostly conjuct motion ... - Narrow range... - Diatonic scales
Rhythm: ... - Gregorian Chant and early secular songs have:... 1. N…
Conjunct Melody
Normally Stepwise motion
Disjunct Motion
Leaps
Music Vocabulary Chapter 8
Composition
Hook
Modulation
Fanfare
The craft of putting together sounds to create a musical work
The motive or "grabber" phrase in a song that often accompani…
Change of key
A short, showy tune, usually written for brass, played to hon…
Composition
The craft of putting together sounds to create a musical work
Hook
The motive or "grabber" phrase in a song that often accompani…
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Music Theory Chapter 8
voice Leading
Species counterpoint
Cantus Firmus
Counterpoint
used to describe the linear aspect of musical writing
is an approach to counterpoint through the addition of contra…
Contrapuntal voies to a given melody
is a second voice created according to the specific principles
voice Leading
used to describe the linear aspect of musical writing
Species counterpoint
is an approach to counterpoint through the addition of contra…
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music chapter 8
diasporia
timbales
claves
tres
the scattering of people far from their homelands, which lead…
a pair of metal drums similar to the modern snare drum, but w…
latin percussion instrument: a pair of wooden sticks played b…
a small cuban six-string guitar with three pairs of identical…
diasporia
the scattering of people far from their homelands, which lead…
timbales
a pair of metal drums similar to the modern snare drum, but w…
Music Terms Chapter 8
Medieval period, Middle Ages
liturgy
linear polyphony
unison
Period from about 500 to 1450 CE.
Words of the Mass.
Polyphonic music conceived without an intention that the comb…
Production of music by several voices or instruments at the s…
Medieval period, Middle Ages
Period from about 500 to 1450 CE.
liturgy
Words of the Mass.
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music chapter 8
Scat-singing
Vocalise
Vernacular
Secular music
A jazz style that sets syllables without meaning (vocables) t…
A textless vocal melody, as in an exercise or concert piece.…
The common language spoken by the people as distinguished fro…
Nonreligious music; when there is text, it is usually in the…
Scat-singing
A jazz style that sets syllables without meaning (vocables) t…
Vocalise
A textless vocal melody, as in an exercise or concert piece.…
MusicHistoryChapter8
Contenance Angloise
Plainsong Mass
Faburden
Fauxbourdon
Characteristic quality of the early-fifteenth-century English…
A mass in which each movement is based is based on a chant to…
English style of improvised polyphony from the late middle Ag…
Continental style of polyphony in the early Renaissance in wh…
Contenance Angloise
Characteristic quality of the early-fifteenth-century English…
Plainsong Mass
A mass in which each movement is based is based on a chant to…
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Music Appreciation: Chapter 8
canon
ostinato
Kyrie
Gloria
a polyphonic composition in which all voices perform the melo…
a persistently repeated melodic or rhythmic pattern
Lord have mercy
Glory be to God on high
canon
a polyphonic composition in which all voices perform the melo…
ostinato
a persistently repeated melodic or rhythmic pattern
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Music-Chapter 8 & 9
Timbre
Register
Aerophone
Chordophone
Describe the differences between one note and another
Specific area of range
Uses air to create vibration (flute)
Contains at least one vibrating string (guitar)
Timbre
Describe the differences between one note and another
Register
Specific area of range
Music 1040 Chapter 8
_____ is generally not considered geog…
Maghrib
Mashriq
Arabian Peninsula
Afghanistan
1. Morocco ... 2. Algeria ... 3. Tunisia ... 4. Libya
1. Egypt... 2. Israel... 3. Jordan... 4. Lebanon... 5. Syria... 6. Iraq
1. Saudi Arabia... 2. Yemen... 3. Oman
_____ is generally not considered geog…
Afghanistan
Maghrib
1. Morocco ... 2. Algeria ... 3. Tunisia ... 4. Libya
music chapter 8
vocalise
scat-singing
secular
vernacular
melodies sung on a neutral sound like "ah" (wordless melody)
a vocal improvisation using wordless vocables, usually in jazz
nonreligious music
sung in the language of the people
vocalise
melodies sung on a neutral sound like "ah" (wordless melody)
scat-singing
a vocal improvisation using wordless vocables, usually in jazz
Chapter 8 music
In Asia music continues to be an integ…
ancient traditions of theatrical perfo…
Noh
Kabuki
vital part of the puppet theater of indonesia
Kabuki theater and Noh drama
high art, the ultimate synthesis of literature theater dancin…
more energetic and popular
In Asia music continues to be an integ…
vital part of the puppet theater of indonesia
ancient traditions of theatrical perfo…
Kabuki theater and Noh drama
The Enjoyment of Music Chapter 8
Instrument
Register
Soprano
Mezzo-soprano
Mechanism that generates musical vibrations and transmits the…
Specific area in the range of an instrument or voice.Page 39
Highest-ranged voice, normally possessed by women or boys.Pag…
Female voice of the middle range.Page 40
Instrument
Mechanism that generates musical vibrations and transmits the…
Register
Specific area in the range of an instrument or voice.Page 39
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Chapter 8; Music
compared to the psychedelia of the 196…
"Whole Lotta Love" was based on a song…
"Southern Rock" was a label created by…
After 1972, Steely Dan worked mainly....
the rock music of 1970s became more provactive and stylistica…
Willie Dixon
Northern and Western Journalist
in the studio
compared to the psychedelia of the 196…
the rock music of 1970s became more provactive and stylistica…
"Whole Lotta Love" was based on a song…
Willie Dixon
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Music Chapter 8
Vocalise
Scat-Singing
Secular
Vernacular
wordless melody (singing in a neutral vowel like "ah")
a jazz style that sets syllables without meaning to an improv…
nonreligious music
sung in the language of the people
Vocalise
wordless melody (singing in a neutral vowel like "ah")
Scat-Singing
a jazz style that sets syllables without meaning to an improv…
Music Appreciation Chapter 8
Composers use word-painting to emphasi…
In strophic songs, the same music is r…
Which of the following terms describes…
Which of the following terms describe…
...
True
Sacred
nonlexical... vocalise... scat-singing
Composers use word-painting to emphasi…
...
In strophic songs, the same music is r…
True
Music chapter 8
genre or style
antiquity age
the middle ages
the renaissance
category or type of music based on common elements of music
800-1000 ac
800 bc- 1450 ac
1450-1600
genre or style
category or type of music based on common elements of music
antiquity age
800-1000 ac
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Chapter 8 Music 102
True
False
Basso profundo
False
Many of the earliest dramas were religious festivals in which…
The librettist is responsible for opera staging
The lowest and rarest male voice is called
The premiere of La Boheme in 1896 received a resounding criti…
True
Many of the earliest dramas were religious festivals in which…
False
The librettist is responsible for opera staging
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Week 2, Music of India, Chapter 8
India
Hindu Religion
Sitar
Hindustani raga
Southern asia... - subcontinent... - 1.2 billion people... - 4000 y…
- invading arians from the north... - 80% of country... - caste s…
long necked plucked chordophone... - 6 or 7 strings across the…
melodic system... - basics, for all melodic material of any com…
India
Southern asia... - subcontinent... - 1.2 billion people... - 4000 y…
Hindu Religion
- invading arians from the north... - 80% of country... - caste s…
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Music, Chapter 8
Instrument
Register
Human Voice
Vibrato
Mechanisms that generates musical vibrations
Melodic range (low, middle, high)
Model for instrument builders
Slight and rapid variations in pitch
Instrument
Mechanisms that generates musical vibrations
Register
Melodic range (low, middle, high)
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Music Appreciation - Listening Test (Chapter 8)
From which historical period does this…
From which historical period does this…
For the first 13 seconds of this music…
This recording is an orchestrated vers…
Baroque
Baroque
monophonic
organ
From which historical period does this…
Baroque
From which historical period does this…
Baroque
music chapter 8
metronome
Ludwig van Beethoven
motive
Franz Schubert
invented in 1816, an instrument used to measure tempo
rate classical early romantic period.created his own ideas of…
brief melodic phrase
a "transitional" composer, lived short life scraping out abme…
metronome
invented in 1816, an instrument used to measure tempo
Ludwig van Beethoven
rate classical early romantic period.created his own ideas of…
Music chapter 8
Adhan -
Middle east
Islamic "Call to Prayer"
"Arabic Taqasim"
Call to Prayer
Islamic "Call to Prayer", & Arabic Taqasim
Heightened speech, male voice,
Improvising chordophones, Free Rhythm, 24 pitches to the octave
Adhan -
Call to Prayer
Middle east
Islamic "Call to Prayer", & Arabic Taqasim
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music chapter 8
Orfeo
'Lagrime Mie"
La primavera, from the 4 seasons
Armide, "Enfin il est ma puissance"
Claudio monteverdi
Barbara Strozzi
Antonio Vivaldi
Jean Baptiste Lully
Orfeo
Claudio monteverdi
'Lagrime Mie"
Barbara Strozzi
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Music Chapter 8: Music and Words
Vocalise
Nonlexical
Scat-Singing
Secular
melodies sung on a neutral sound like "ah" - wordless melody
nonsensical (na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na Hey Jude)
Jazz - made up syllables
(nonreligious) music is generally sung in the language of the…
Vocalise
melodies sung on a neutral sound like "ah" - wordless melody
Nonlexical
nonsensical (na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na Hey Jude)
Music Appreciation Chapter 8 notes on Medieval music
MEDIEVAL PERIOD
The Music of the Middle ages and that…
Medieval church music was based on
In the 17th century ______replaced the…
MIDDLE AGES-BETWEEN 500 AND 1450 CE
form the very basis of the study of music appreciation
modal scales, or modes
tonal harmony
MEDIEVAL PERIOD
MIDDLE AGES-BETWEEN 500 AND 1450 CE
The Music of the Middle ages and that…
form the very basis of the study of music appreciation
Music chapter 8
Opera
Libretto
Overture
Monody
Most important new genre of the baroque period
...
Calling attention with an opening instrumental piece
An expressive solo singing to simple accompaniment
Opera
Most important new genre of the baroque period
Libretto
...
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Music Chapter 8
Fugue
Subject
Exposition
Episode
a composition for 3 parts played or sung by voice or instrume…
the term for the principal theme in a fugue
each voice in turn has the opportunity to present the subject
a passage of free counterpoint
Fugue
a composition for 3 parts played or sung by voice or instrume…
Subject
the term for the principal theme in a fugue
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