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92 terms
Excellence in Theory - Book 1, Music History
Dates for Middle Ages
This was a time of warfare, religious…
Music in the Medieval period was compo…
What does Sacred mean?
400-1400 C.E.
Middle Ages or Medieval Period.
Sacred or Secular
Religious music.
Dates for Middle Ages
400-1400 C.E.
This was a time of warfare, religious…
Middle Ages or Medieval Period.
38 terms
Music Theory, Vocabulary, and History
Accelerando
Allegro
Adagio
Andante
Becoming faster.
Cheerful, lively.
Slow.
Walking.
Accelerando
Becoming faster.
Allegro
Cheerful, lively.
42 terms
Music Theory
Staff
Treble Clef Spaces
Treble Clef Lines
Treble Clef
5 lines and 4 spaces
FACE
EGBDF
Staff
5 lines and 4 spaces
Treble Clef Spaces
FACE
12 terms
Music History: Medieval Theory
What are the two types of Ecclesiastic…
What are the Authentic modes?
What are the Plagal modes?
Who is Guido of Arezzo? (11th century)
Authentic and Plagal
Dorian... Phrygian... Lydian... Mixolydian
Hypodorian... Hypophrygian... Hypolydian... Hypomixolydian
an early music educator
What are the two types of Ecclesiastic…
Authentic and Plagal
What are the Authentic modes?
Dorian... Phrygian... Lydian... Mixolydian
39 terms
Music Theory
Accidentals
Grand Staff
Barlines and measures
Stem Rules: Note head is below the 3rd…
Symbols used to alter the pitch. (Flat, Sharp, & Natural Signs)
A two-part staff consisting of the treble staff on top and th…
Barlines are vertical lines.... Measures are the spaces between…
Stems go up on the right.
Accidentals
Symbols used to alter the pitch. (Flat, Sharp, & Natural Signs)
Grand Staff
A two-part staff consisting of the treble staff on top and th…
14 terms
Music History theory and instruments
Hurdy Gurdy
Ville
Bagpipe
Shawm
sounded by turning a crank on the side of a box turning a whe…
A fiddle-like instrument... Predecessor to the Renaissance viol…
Its a freaking bagpipe
A double reed instrument similar to the oboe
Hurdy Gurdy
sounded by turning a crank on the side of a box turning a whe…
Ville
A fiddle-like instrument... Predecessor to the Renaissance viol…
7 terms
Music Theory History Dates
Medieval
Renaissance
Baroque
Classical
476-1400 AD
1400-1600 AD
1600-1750 AD
1750-1820 AD
Medieval
476-1400 AD
Renaissance
1400-1600 AD
49 terms
Honors Music Theory History
Time Periods in Order
what was early medieval music like?
Sacred Music
secular Music
Medieval(middle ages), renaissance, baroque, classical, roman…
they used lots of text and music was an accompaniment. Bible…
God, religion, church music
music that relates to everything outside the church and human…
Time Periods in Order
Medieval(middle ages), renaissance, baroque, classical, roman…
what was early medieval music like?
they used lots of text and music was an accompaniment. Bible…
14 terms
Music Theory 1 Music History
Baroque
Baroque
Baroque
Baroque
Figured bass
4-part chorale style
Invention of Opera
Development of the Orchestra
Baroque
Figured bass
Baroque
4-part chorale style
208 terms
Music A Theory and History
a tempo
adagio
agitato
allargando
return to the original tempo
slowly
agitated
broadening
a tempo
return to the original tempo
adagio
slowly
32 terms
Excellence in Theory - Book 2, Music History
Middle Ages Dates
Monasteries
Monophonic Music
Polyphony/Counterpoint
400-1400 C.E.
Within the church, this was formed and became the primary cen…
Gregorian Chant or plainsong were the most common style of th…
Combination of two or more melodies at the same time. This st…
Middle Ages Dates
400-1400 C.E.
Monasteries
Within the church, this was formed and became the primary cen…
7 terms
Music Theory History
Medieval
Renaissance
Baroque
Classical
476-1400 AD... Hildegard Von Bigen
1400-1600 AD... Palestrina
1600-1750 AD... J.S. Bach... Antonio Vivaldi... G.F. Handel
1750-1820 AD... W.A. Mozart... Ludwig van Beethoven (also Romantic…
Medieval
476-1400 AD... Hildegard Von Bigen
Renaissance
1400-1600 AD... Palestrina
7 terms
Music Theory History Composers
Medieval
Renaissance
Baroque
Classical
Hildegard Von Bigen
Palestrina
J.S. Bach... Antonio Vivaldi... G.F. Handel
W.A. Mozart... Ludwig van Beethoven (also Romantic)... Franz Joseph…
Medieval
Hildegard Von Bigen
Renaissance
Palestrina
52 terms
Music Theory History
polyphonic texture
use of ornamentation
improvisation
use of figured bass
Baroque
Baroque
Baroque
Baroque
polyphonic texture
Baroque
use of ornamentation
Baroque
15 terms
Music Theory
Quarter Note
Whole Note
Half Note
Sixteenth Note
A note that gets 1 beat per measure
A note that gets 4 beats per measure
A note that gets 2 beats per measure
A note that gets a fourth of a beat per measure
Quarter Note
A note that gets 1 beat per measure
Whole Note
A note that gets 4 beats per measure
music theory
1/4 note
1/8 note
1/2 note
whole note
1/4 note
1/8 note
36 terms
Music Theory
time signature (metre)
dynamics
staff notation
stick notation
Numbers at the beginning of a piece that indicate how many be…
The volume of sound
Music that is notated on the 5 lines and 4 spaces
Music that is notated without a musical staff
time signature (metre)
Numbers at the beginning of a piece that indicate how many be…
dynamics
The volume of sound
20 terms
Music theory history
Put the eras in order from earliest to…
Who did Lully for for?
Define patronage
What era was beethovens music
Early music... Medieval... Renaissance ... Baroque... Classical... Romantic…
Louis XIV
Sponsorship, a wealthy person would hire a musician or artist…
Classical
Put the eras in order from earliest to…
Early music... Medieval... Renaissance ... Baroque... Classical... Romantic…
Who did Lully for for?
Louis XIV
20 terms
Music Theory History II
Renaissance
musica ficta
imitative counterpoint
polyphony
"rebirth" of ideals and values of ancient Greece and Rome
the performer adds sharps or flats to avoid tritones; "false…
repetition of a melody in a polyphonic texture shortly after…
simultaneously combining a number of parts, each forming an i…
Renaissance
"rebirth" of ideals and values of ancient Greece and Rome
musica ficta
the performer adds sharps or flats to avoid tritones; "false…
67 terms
Music Theory Midterm - History
Music in the seventeenth century
Musical characteristics and innovations
Opera
Greek tragedy
homophonic, CONTRAST, harmony
importance of soprano and bass, linear, basso continuo, figur…
an artistic production in which a text is combined with nearl…
chorus and important speeches were sung
Music in the seventeenth century
homophonic, CONTRAST, harmony
Musical characteristics and innovations
importance of soprano and bass, linear, basso continuo, figur…
67 terms
Music Theory and History
What time period was the Renaissance e…
Who was a major composer during the Re…
What time period was the Baroque era?
Who was a major composer during the Ba…
1400-1600
John Dowland
1600-1750
Bach
What time period was the Renaissance e…
1400-1600
Who was a major composer during the Re…
John Dowland
143 terms
Music History/Theory Final
Who came up with a unified way to nota…
How was music notated before a unified…
What are numes?
Medieval music was primarily __________?
Guido d'Aretzo
Numes
Symbols and lines
Monophonic
Who came up with a unified way to nota…
Guido d'Aretzo
How was music notated before a unified…
Numes
39 terms
Music Theory
Accidentals
Grand Staff
Barlines and measures
Stem Rules: Note head is below the 3rd…
Symbols used to alter the pitch. (Flat, Sharp, & Natural Signs)
A two-part staff consisting of the treble staff on top and th…
Barlines are vertical lines.... Measures are the spaces between…
Stems go up on the right.
Accidentals
Symbols used to alter the pitch. (Flat, Sharp, & Natural Signs)
Grand Staff
A two-part staff consisting of the treble staff on top and th…
49 terms
Music Theory
Staff
Treble Clef Spaces
Treble Clef Lines
Treble Clef
5 lines and 4 spaces
FACE
EGBDF
Staff
5 lines and 4 spaces
Treble Clef Spaces
FACE
26 terms
Music Theory Chapter 3
A (A-B-C#-D-E-F#-G#)
Ab (Ab-Bb-Cb-C-D-E-Gb)
B (C#-D#-E-F#-G#-A#)
Bb (Bb-Cb-Db-D-E-Gb-Ab)
A (A-B-C#-D-E-F#-G#)
Ab (Ab-Bb-Cb-C-D-E-Gb)
42 terms
Music Theory :)
1/2 step
ef and bc
sharp
flat
distance between any two adjacent notes
where do half steps occur that are adjacent?
when u want to raise a note a half step you use a _____
when u want to lower a note a half step you use a _______
1/2 step
distance between any two adjacent notes
ef and bc
where do half steps occur that are adjacent?
9 terms
Music Theory
circle of 5ths
treble clef key signature order
bass clef key signature order
major scale
FCGDABE
BEADGCF
WWHWWWH
circle of 5ths
treble clef key signature order
FCGDABE
36 terms
music theory
4/4 time
treble clef
bass clef
music scale
4 beats per measure; quarter note equals one--also known as c…
(also called the "G" clef); the sign onthe staff for the high…
(Also called the "F" clef); the sign on the staff that indica…
a series of notes differing in pitch according to a specific…
4/4 time
4 beats per measure; quarter note equals one--also known as c…
treble clef
(also called the "G" clef); the sign onthe staff for the high…
23 terms
Music Theory Chapter 2
3 beats per measure; quarter note = on…
4 beats per measure; quarter note = on…
6 beats per measure; eighth note = one…
common time; same as 4/4
In this time signature what does the top number represent and…
In this time signature what does the top number represent and…
In this time signature what does the top number represent and…
In this time signature what does the c represent and what oth…
3 beats per measure; quarter note = on…
In this time signature what does the top number represent and…
4 beats per measure; quarter note = on…
In this time signature what does the top number represent and…
36 terms
Music Theory TERMS 1
time signature (metre)
dynamics
staff notation
stick notation
Numbers at the beginning of a piece that indicate how many be…
The volume of sound
Music that is notated on the 5 lines and 4 spaces
Music that is notated without a musical staff
time signature (metre)
Numbers at the beginning of a piece that indicate how many be…
dynamics
The volume of sound
55 terms
Music Theory
A cappella
Accelerando
Accessible
Adagio
One or more vocalists performing without an accompaniment.
A symbol used in musical notation indicating to gradually qui…
Music that is easy to listen to and understand.
A tempo having slow movement; restful at ease.
A cappella
One or more vocalists performing without an accompaniment.
Accelerando
A symbol used in musical notation indicating to gradually qui…
Music Theory
Quarter Note
Whole Note
Half Note
Sixteenth Note
A note that gets 1 beat per measure
A note that gets 4 beats per measure
A note that gets 2 beats per measure
A note that gets a fourth of a beat per measure
Quarter Note
A note that gets 1 beat per measure
Whole Note
A note that gets 4 beats per measure
17 terms
Music LIII Theory + History Test [Songs]
Londonderry Air
Minuet 1
Intermezzo
Ständchen
Irish Folk Tune... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAPyRB7fy10
Purcell (Baroque)... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZvr9akMGwI
Mascagni (Opera)... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OvsVSWB4TI
Schubert (Romantic - Classical)... 1797-1828... https://www.youtube…
Londonderry Air
Irish Folk Tune... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAPyRB7fy10
Minuet 1
Purcell (Baroque)... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZvr9akMGwI
17 terms
Music Theory
whole note
half note
quarter note
eighth note
whole note
half note
63 terms
Music NB flashcards Theory & History 1-5
Describe Mass and ordinary
How did mass and ordinary change from…
Who composed the first known mass and…
Name popular mass composers
Driving force of musical development during medieval and rena…
Homophony was now common, musical notation refined, and compl…
Machaut's mess de notre dame
Dufay, josquin, palestrina, haydn, mozart, beethoven, schuber…
Describe Mass and ordinary
Driving force of musical development during medieval and rena…
How did mass and ordinary change from…
Homophony was now common, musical notation refined, and compl…
10 terms
Level 3 Music Theory
Relative Key
Natural Minor
Harmonic Minor
Melodic Minor
Minor and Major keys that share the same key signature. (e.g.…
Follows the minor key signature, no accidentals
A minor scale with a raised 7th
A minor scale with a raised 6th and 7th scale degree while as…
Relative Key
Minor and Major keys that share the same key signature. (e.g.…
Natural Minor
Follows the minor key signature, no accidentals
56 terms
Music Theory
a tempo
accelerando
adagio
agitato
return to the original tempo
gradually getting faster
slowly
agitated
a tempo
return to the original tempo
accelerando
gradually getting faster
21 terms
History of Music Theory Spring 2015
Claude Palisca
Palisca's beliefs on Baroque Music/Aco…
Marin Mersenne
Noble & Pigot
Overview of interaction bt arts and sciences in the 16th-18th…
Scientific discoveries in 16th played out in Baroque, and aco…
Noticed that a vibrating string produced multiple tones (harm…
1673 found something about string unisons, influenced Rameau
Claude Palisca
Overview of interaction bt arts and sciences in the 16th-18th…
Palisca's beliefs on Baroque Music/Aco…
Scientific discoveries in 16th played out in Baroque, and aco…
15 terms
Music Theory 04: Chords
Harmony
Triad
Major Triad
Minor Triad
The result produced when tones are sounded simultaneously.
A three-note chord consisting of a root, third and fifth The…
A triad consisting of a root, major third and perfect fifth.
A triad consisting of a root, minor third and perfect fifth.
Harmony
The result produced when tones are sounded simultaneously.
Triad
A three-note chord consisting of a root, third and fifth The…
18 terms
Music Theory
Middle C
D
E
F
Middle C
D
32 terms
Music Theory
Ionian
Dorian
Phrygian
Lydian
Major scale
starts on D (minor scale with a raised 6th)
starts on E (minor scale with a lowered 2nd)
starts on F (major scale with a raised 4th)
Ionian
Major scale
Dorian
starts on D (minor scale with a raised 6th)
105 terms
AP Music Theory Music History Exam
"As Vesta Was from Latmos Hill Descend…
Which movement was "As Vesta Was from…
What type of piece was "As Vesta Was f…
Nationality of the composer of "As Ves…
Thomas Weelkes
N/A. It's not part of a larger piece... moron...
A madrigal (a cappella)
English
"As Vesta Was from Latmos Hill Descend…
Thomas Weelkes
Which movement was "As Vesta Was from…
N/A. It's not part of a larger piece... moron...
42 terms
Music Theory Terms
Piano
Fermata
Pianissimo
Mezzo Piano
Soft
Hold note
Very soft
Medium soft
Piano
Soft
Fermata
Hold note
29 terms
AP Music Theory Terms
Anacrusis
Allegro
Cadence
Cadential Extension
Pickup note(s)
A fast tempo
A stylized close which divides the music into periods or brin…
The prolongation (post-cadential extension) or delay (pre-cad…
Anacrusis
Pickup note(s)
Allegro
A fast tempo
30 terms
Music Theory Revision
Semi-tone
Tone
Scale
Interval
smallest distance between written notes
two semi-tones
pattern of notes within an octave
distance between two notes
Semi-tone
smallest distance between written notes
Tone
two semi-tones
35 terms
Grade 1 Music Theory
accelerando (accel.)
adagio
allegretto
allegro
gradually getting quicker
slow
fairly quick (but not as quick as allegro)
quick/ cheerful
accelerando (accel.)
gradually getting quicker
adagio
slow
26 terms
Music Theory
Breath Mark ,
Fermata
Tenuto
Caesuras
Short pause; usually an indication of phrasing or breathing.
Placed over a note or rest to indicate that it is to be lengt…
Placed over a note to indicate a hold of shorter duration tha…
Indicates silence
Breath Mark ,
Short pause; usually an indication of phrasing or breathing.
Fermata
Placed over a note or rest to indicate that it is to be lengt…
32 terms
Year 9 music theory
Semibreve
Minim
Crotchet
quaver
Whole Note
Half note
Quarter note
eighth note
Semibreve
Whole Note
Minim
Half note
42 terms
Music Theory
Staff
Treble Clef Spaces
Treble Clef Lines
Treble Clef
5 lines and 4 spaces
FACE
EGBDF
Staff
5 lines and 4 spaces
Treble Clef Spaces
FACE
53 terms
Music Theory Keywords
Staff
Lines
Spaces
Semi-breve rest
The five lines that music is written on.
When a line goes through the middle of a note.
When the lines go around a note.
Don't play for four beats
Staff
The five lines that music is written on.
Lines
When a line goes through the middle of a note.
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