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70 terms
Music Literature- 19th Century
Romanticism
How did music change from the classica…
True or false?... Composers, and musicia…
Explain contrast in 19th century music.
Genre that refers to the importance of feelings, dreams, and…
Musicians wanted to express ideas and develop their own ident…
True
Pieces ranged from simple to overwhelmingly difficult;... extrem…
Romanticism
Genre that refers to the importance of feelings, dreams, and…
How did music change from the classica…
Musicians wanted to express ideas and develop their own ident…
10 terms
Art, Literature, & Music Early 20th Century
Georgia O'Keeffe
F. Scott Fitzgerald
John Steinbeck
Aaron Copland
She is considered one of the greatest female artists of the 2…
A novelist, he is known for his novels and short stories abou…
As a novelist, he portrayed the strength of poor migrant work…
Was a composer who wrote a unique, or new kind of American mu…
Georgia O'Keeffe
She is considered one of the greatest female artists of the 2…
F. Scott Fitzgerald
A novelist, he is known for his novels and short stories abou…
70 terms
Literature, Art, and Music in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
"Orfeo"
Painting in Antwerp
Court painter to King Philip IV of Spain
The architect of Rome's St. Peter's Ba…
Claudio Monteverdi, opera
Peter Paul Reubens
Diego Velázquez
Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini
"Orfeo"
Claudio Monteverdi, opera
Painting in Antwerp
Peter Paul Reubens
18 terms
Literature, Art, and Music in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
1607
1608
1624
1629
Claudio Monteverdi's opera, "Orfeo," is produced in Mantua
Peter Paul Rubens begins painting in Antwerp
Diego Velázquez becomes court painter to King Philip IV of Sp…
Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini becomes the architect of Rome's St.…
1607
Claudio Monteverdi's opera, "Orfeo," is produced in Mantua
1608
Peter Paul Rubens begins painting in Antwerp
31 terms
Music Literature 3: 20th Century Musical Styles 1900-1945
20th Century Developments in music
Cubism
Modernism
Abstractionism
Rapid, radical changes in the arts also occur... Shock value be…
A style of art that stresses abstract structure by displaying…
A style of art, architecture or literature that uses ideas an…
Expressing ideas and emotions by using elements such as color…
20th Century Developments in music
Rapid, radical changes in the arts also occur... Shock value be…
Cubism
A style of art that stresses abstract structure by displaying…
13 terms
Music, Cinema, and Literature in 20th Century Spain: "Cantares" by Antonio Machado
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2
3
4
1875, Machado nació en Sevilla, tenía cuatro hermanos
1883, su familia trasladaron a Madrid
1890s y 1900s, Antonio y su hermano viajaron a Paris a menudo…
1903, publicó Soledades; 1907, publicó Soldades, galerías y o…
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1875, Machado nació en Sevilla, tenía cuatro hermanos
2
1883, su familia trasladaron a Madrid
18 terms
19th Century American Literature
Washington Irving
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
James Fenimore Cooper
American Transcendentalism
An American short story writer, essayist, biographer, histori…
Transformed American legends into the stuff of art and reache…
His works gave us such staples of western fiction as the lone…
A core belief was in the inherent goodness of both people and…
Washington Irving
An American short story writer, essayist, biographer, histori…
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Transformed American legends into the stuff of art and reache…
71 terms
Music History II: 20th Century New Music
New Music... 20th Century
New Music - Debussy... 20th Century
New Music - Debussy... 20th Century
New Music - Ravel... 20th Century
1914 brought all the great European nations into WWI. 1930s s…
Claude-Achille Debussy 1862-1918 France. Breaking up or blurr…
Use of instrumental mutes in both stings and brass, 2 harps,…
Maurice Ravel 1875-1937. France. Pianist. Similar to Debussy…
New Music... 20th Century
1914 brought all the great European nations into WWI. 1930s s…
New Music - Debussy... 20th Century
Claude-Achille Debussy 1862-1918 France. Breaking up or blurr…
9 terms
The art,literature,and music of the early 20th century / people from unit 6
who was Georgia o' keeffe?
who was F.Scott Fitzgereld?
Who was Aaron Copeland?
Who was Bessie Smith?
known for her urban scenes and later Pantings of the southwes…
known for his novels & short stories about Americas 'jazz age…
He showed the world how to write classical music. white music…
Highest paid female singer. Black musician
who was Georgia o' keeffe?
known for her urban scenes and later Pantings of the southwes…
who was F.Scott Fitzgereld?
known for his novels & short stories about Americas 'jazz age…
32 terms
Music- 15th Century
Capitalism
Renaissance
printing press
Hubbub
more money was being spread around and cities and exchange we…
rebirth/new birth
invented by Johannes Gutenberg--this allowed for literature t…
exclamation of content
Capitalism
more money was being spread around and cities and exchange we…
Renaissance
rebirth/new birth
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20th Century Music
Atonal
Twelve-Tone Technique
Octatonic
Whole tone
no tonality, no 'do,' not based on a particular scale or mode
use all twelve notes before you repeat one
8 pitches in a scale; requires at least 3 half steps
a 6-pitch scale; no half steps used
Atonal
no tonality, no 'do,' not based on a particular scale or mode
Twelve-Tone Technique
use all twelve notes before you repeat one
30 terms
20th Century Literature Test
Edward VII
Surrealism
Imagism
BBC
Who followed Queen Victoria in reigning over England?
An attempt to portray or interpret the workings of the uncons…
The use of precise, concrete image, free verse, and suggestio…
Who introduced the world's first television service?
Edward VII
Who followed Queen Victoria in reigning over England?
Surrealism
An attempt to portray or interpret the workings of the uncons…
16 terms
USII.6c Review: The Great Migration and Art, Literature and Music of the Early 20th Century
Georgia O'Keeffe
F. Scott Fitzgerald
John Steinbeck
Aaron Copland
Known for urban paintings and paintings of the Southwest
Wrote about the Jazz Age in the book "The Great Gatsby."
Wrote about about poor migrant workers in the 1920's in a nov…
American composer: "Appalachian Spring"
Georgia O'Keeffe
Known for urban paintings and paintings of the Southwest
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Wrote about the Jazz Age in the book "The Great Gatsby."
22 terms
20th Century Music Keywords
Minimalism
Syncopation
Debussy, Ravel, Shostakovich
Impressionist Composers
Contemporary musical style featuring the repetition of short…
"Between beats" where the emphasis does not fall on the expec…
20th century piano composers.
Debussy, Ravel
Minimalism
Contemporary musical style featuring the repetition of short…
Syncopation
"Between beats" where the emphasis does not fall on the expec…
39 terms
Music- 14th Century
Giovanni Boccaccio
Dante
Petrarch
Chaucer
Wrote the Decamaron (about the Black Plague)... Provides enterta…
Wrote the Divine Comedy... Wrote in cantos... Began the use of ver…
Wrote the Secretum... Began the Petrarchan sonnet which was use…
English author... Canterbury tales (same idea as the Decameron.…
Giovanni Boccaccio
Wrote the Decamaron (about the Black Plague)... Provides enterta…
Dante
Wrote the Divine Comedy... Wrote in cantos... Began the use of ver…
20 terms
Music 20th Century Music
Texture
Melodic Style
Atonal
Music
homophonic, monophonic, polyphonic
atonal
music with no traditional melody
everything from white noise/white sound to total silence
Texture
homophonic, monophonic, polyphonic
Melodic Style
atonal
44 terms
20th Century Music
Consists of real world sounds, rather…
Generate, modify and combine all manne…
Igor Stravinsky
Themes from American folk and religiou…
What is music concrete?
What was electronic music used for?
What composer was the foremost proponent of the neoclassical…
What did Copland and Ives introduce to their music?
Consists of real world sounds, rather…
What is music concrete?
Generate, modify and combine all manne…
What was electronic music used for?
18 terms
Music in the 20th Century
Glissando
Polychord
Fourth Chord
Tone Cluster
Rapid slide up or down the scale
a combination of two or more chords heard at the same time
a chord made up of three or more tones (pitches) separated by…
a chord made up of tones only a half step or whole step apart…
Glissando
Rapid slide up or down the scale
Polychord
a combination of two or more chords heard at the same time
44 terms
Music literature
Timbre
Dynamics
Rhythm
Melody
Character of musical sound as distinct from pitch and intensity
Volume in music; piano, mezzoforte, forte
Timing arrangement in music
Principal arrangement in music
Timbre
Character of musical sound as distinct from pitch and intensity
Dynamics
Volume in music; piano, mezzoforte, forte
21 terms
Music 20th Century Music
Texture
Melodic Style
Atonal
Music
homophonic, monophonic, polyphonic
atonal
music with no traditional melody
everything from white noise/white sound to total silence
Texture
homophonic, monophonic, polyphonic
Melodic Style
atonal
15 terms
19th Century Music
Lied
Strophic
Through-composed
Elfking (Erlkonig)
German-texted solo song with piano accompaniment
The same music repeated for each stanza
No repetitions of whole sections, the music changes according…
Schubert's first publication; a through-composed song based o…
Lied
German-texted solo song with piano accompaniment
Strophic
The same music repeated for each stanza
22 terms
IGCSE Music: 20th Century Music
Minimalism
Syncopation
Debussy, Ravel, Shostakovich
Impressionist Composers
Contemporary musical style featuring the repetition of short…
"Between beats" where the emphasis does not fall on the expec…
20th century piano composers.
Debussy, Ravel
Minimalism
Contemporary musical style featuring the repetition of short…
Syncopation
"Between beats" where the emphasis does not fall on the expec…
95 terms
MUSIC - 20th Century Music
performing medium
rhythm
melody-form
harmony
Performing groups included chamber orchestras, instrumental e…
Complex, individual rhythms are used, and new rhythms and met…
Are often fragmented, dissonant, and experimental. Depending…
is often experimental and dissonant. Instead of all harmony b…
performing medium
Performing groups included chamber orchestras, instrumental e…
rhythm
Complex, individual rhythms are used, and new rhythms and met…
42 terms
Music Literature
Melody
Rhythm
Harmony
Timbre
It is a unit of distinctly ordered pitches (tones), sounding…
Pulse or beat (musical heartbeat that underlines the musical…
Occurs when at least two different pitches sound at the same…
Quality of sound, which enables us to distinguish one tone fr…
Melody
It is a unit of distinctly ordered pitches (tones), sounding…
Rhythm
Pulse or beat (musical heartbeat that underlines the musical…
13 terms
20th Century Music
Polytonality
Sprechgesang
Serialism
Aleatory
The simultaneous occurrence of two or more different tonaliti…
A vocal style intermediate between speech and singing but wit…
(In 20th-century music) The use of a sequence of notes in a d…
Aleatory music, also called chance music, 20th-century music…
Polytonality
The simultaneous occurrence of two or more different tonaliti…
Sprechgesang
A vocal style intermediate between speech and singing but wit…
9 terms
20th Century Literature
James Joyce's "Ulysses"
Virginia Woolf
Marcel Proust
W.E.B. Du Bois
Stream of Consciousness writing, wrote Ulysses (1922)
(1925) Mrs. Dolloway
(1913) "In Search of Lost Time" Free association, Stream of C…
(1899) The Philadelphia Negro, (1903) The Souls of Black Folk…
James Joyce's "Ulysses"
Stream of Consciousness writing, wrote Ulysses (1922)
Virginia Woolf
(1925) Mrs. Dolloway
20 terms
English literature 20th century
Major Barbara, 1905
Waiting for Godot, 1953
The Birthday Party, 1958
The Dumb Waiter, 1960
Bernard Shaw
Samuel Beckett
Harold Pinter (1)
Harold Pinter (2)
Major Barbara, 1905
Bernard Shaw
Waiting for Godot, 1953
Samuel Beckett
21 terms
IGCSE Music: 20th Century Music
Debussy, Ravel, Shostakovich
Schoenberg
Stravinsky, Webern, Prokofiev, Pendere…
Stockhausen, Riley, Cage, Reich
20th century piano composers.
Inventor and main composer of serialist music.
20th century neoclassical composers.
20th century electronic composers.
Debussy, Ravel, Shostakovich
20th century piano composers.
Schoenberg
Inventor and main composer of serialist music.
40 terms
Music Literature- Literature
Play of Virtues
"Behold, Spring"
"I Can All Too Well Compare My Lady"
"He Who Gladly Serves"
Hildegard von Bingen, The Middle Ages
Francesco Landini, The Middle Ages
Guillaume de Machaut, The Middle Ages
Alfonso el Sabio, The Middle Ages
Play of Virtues
Hildegard von Bingen, The Middle Ages
"Behold, Spring"
Francesco Landini, The Middle Ages
38 terms
Music in the 14th Century - Terms
the Roman de Fauvel
Polyphonic settings of the Mass Ordinary
Legitimization of the duple meter as f…
Ars Nova
1316 satirical allegory by Gervais de Bus; commentary on the…
composers of the 14th century devoted little energy to this,…
part of ars nova, prior to the 13th century, duple meter was…
literally "The New Art;" title of an early 14th century theor…
the Roman de Fauvel
1316 satirical allegory by Gervais de Bus; commentary on the…
Polyphonic settings of the Mass Ordinary
composers of the 14th century devoted little energy to this,…
20th Century Flute Literature
20th Century
Five Phases of Flute History
Research into Musical Timbre
Taffanel Wind Chamber Society
Flute mechanism stabilized, composers more ready to commit to…
Dance, Bird imitation, Vocal imitation, Noise elements, Elect…
Berloiz in 1844, Widor 1904 (with contribution by barrerre)
societe de musique de chambre pour instruments au vent, compo…
20th Century
Flute mechanism stabilized, composers more ready to commit to…
Five Phases of Flute History
Dance, Bird imitation, Vocal imitation, Noise elements, Elect…
22 terms
english Literature The 18th century
what did the Glorious Revolution of 16…
what was the new science of the time c…
what did newtonian physics reinforce?
what values became intellectual as wel…
a Protestant monarchy together with effective rule by Parliam…
Newtonian physics
the belief that everything, including human conduct, is guide…
Moderation and common sense
what did the Glorious Revolution of 16…
a Protestant monarchy together with effective rule by Parliam…
what was the new science of the time c…
Newtonian physics
Music and Literature
biography
autobiography
fiction
classic
elämäkerta
omaelämäkerta
kaunokirjallisuus
klassikko
biography
elämäkerta
autobiography
omaelämäkerta
92 terms
English Literature 20th Century
imagism
imagism
imagism
imagism
Diction - exact words, denotation and connotation
Form/lines/stanza - sound, no transition, rhythm, new stanza…
Poetics - exact image leads to symbol leads to idea
1912
imagism
Diction - exact words, denotation and connotation
imagism
Form/lines/stanza - sound, no transition, rhythm, new stanza…
7 terms
Turn of the Century Literature
To Build a Fire
The Open Boat
The White Heron
Passing of Grandison
A man is warned not to go outside by a native, but because he…
four men—a captain, a cook, an oiler, and a correspondent— fi…
-Sarah Orne Jewitt... -A young girl named Sylvia is a nature-lov…
-Dick Owens and Charity Lomax. Charity tells Dick that if he…
To Build a Fire
A man is warned not to go outside by a native, but because he…
The Open Boat
four men—a captain, a cook, an oiler, and a correspondent— fi…
127 terms
Medieval - 16th Century Music
Adam de la Halle
Troubadors
Trouvers
Notker Balbulus ~(840-912)
"The Hunchback", Trouver, French
From Southern France, Monophonic, Occitan
From Northern France, Monophonic, Old French
"The Stammerer" Benedictine Monk, Liber Hymnorum - Collection…
Adam de la Halle
"The Hunchback", Trouver, French
Troubadors
From Southern France, Monophonic, Occitan
13 terms
20th Century Music
Atonal
Emancipation of dissonance
Tone Clusters
Polytonality
Absence of tonality, or key.
dissonance free from the need to resolve
group of adjacent notes that are sounded with the fist , palm…
music that uses two or more different keys at the same time
Atonal
Absence of tonality, or key.
Emancipation of dissonance
dissonance free from the need to resolve
13 terms
20th century music
Atonal
Jazz
Jazz Funk
Musical
Technique used in 20th century music where a piece does not g…
20th century style of popular music developed mainly by Afric…
A combination of jazz improvisation and the amplified instrum…
A type of theatrical performance where dialogue is interrupte…
Atonal
Technique used in 20th century music where a piece does not g…
Jazz
20th century style of popular music developed mainly by Afric…
11 terms
Music: 20th Century
12-tone system
Serialism
20th Century
Symbolism
all pitches of a composition are derived from a special order…
uses an ordered group of musical elements to organize rhythm,…
Period marked by extreme violence and progress, rapid changes…
French poetry style that emphasized fluidity, suggestion, and…
12-tone system
all pitches of a composition are derived from a special order…
Serialism
uses an ordered group of musical elements to organize rhythm,…
108 terms
21st Century Literature
21st century lit
Pre colonialism... Colonialism... Post colon…
Three periods in the literary history
Pre colonialism
Change in lit in the 21st century
Three periods in the literary history
Pre colonialism... Colonialism... Post colonialism
The early literary forms of the Philippines were epics, legen…
21st century lit
Change in lit in the 21st century
Pre colonialism... Colonialism... Post colon…
Three periods in the literary history
16 terms
20th Century Music - Musical Terms
Impressionism
Blues
Experimentation
dissonance
A late 19th century and early 20th century style of musical c…
A style of music which was still developing in the early 20th…
Composers focused on incorporating new elements into classica…
an unresolved, discordant chord or interval.
Impressionism
A late 19th century and early 20th century style of musical c…
Blues
A style of music which was still developing in the early 20th…
16 terms
20th Century Music
Impressionism
Expressionism
Atonal Music
Neoclassicism
Use of static Harmony and instruments with timbres that perso…
a style of painting, music, or drama in which the artist or w…
Music that lacks a tone center- which does not establish a key.
A method of re-creating classical music, but with a 20th cent…
Impressionism
Use of static Harmony and instruments with timbres that perso…
Expressionism
a style of painting, music, or drama in which the artist or w…
198 terms
Music Listening (Twentieth Century)
In music, the early twentieth century…
Which of the following statements is n…
The most famous riot in music history…
All of the following composers worked…
revolt and change.
Twentieth-century music follows the same general principles o…
Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring.
Hector Berlioz.
In music, the early twentieth century…
revolt and change.
Which of the following statements is n…
Twentieth-century music follows the same general principles o…
27 terms
Music App. 20th Century
Arnold Schoenberg
Alan Berg
Anton Webren
Expressionism
Born in Vienna (1874 - 1951)... First to completely abandon the…
Born in Vienna (1885 - 1935)... Student of Schoenberg... Wrote aton…
Born in Vienna (1883 - 1945) ... Schoenberg's other famous stude…
Attempts to explore inner feelings rather than depict outward…
Arnold Schoenberg
Born in Vienna (1874 - 1951)... First to completely abandon the…
Alan Berg
Born in Vienna (1885 - 1935)... Student of Schoenberg... Wrote aton…
31 terms
Music Literature
Music
Tone
Duration
Frequency
an art that uses tones
intentional and meaningful, but not lexically
length
pitch
Music
an art that uses tones
Tone
intentional and meaningful, but not lexically
23 terms
20th Century Music Appreciation
Claude Debussy's musical style
Igor Stravinsky's musical style
Arnold Schoenberg's musical style
Impressionism
Impressionist
Neoclassicist
Expressionist
Musical style which stresses tone colour, atmosphere, and flu…
Claude Debussy's musical style
Impressionist
Igor Stravinsky's musical style
Neoclassicist
12 terms
MusicLiterature
Dynamics
Form
Harmony
Meter
Soft(piano P) or loud (forte F)
Structure: Repetition,Variation and Contrast... Open Repetition:…
Multiple notes played simultaneously,
Meter is the most basic framework for ordering musical time.…
Dynamics
Soft(piano P) or loud (forte F)
Form
Structure: Repetition,Variation and Contrast... Open Repetition:…
72 terms
Music Literature
Orpheus Act II
Cosa Sento
Wotan's Farewell
West Side Story
Baroque... Opera... Monteverdi
Opera... Ensemble... Classical... Opera Boofa - (Ensemble, About en…
Richard Wagner... Romantic... Leitmotif... Opera
Bernstein... Musical Theatre... Ensemble
Orpheus Act II
Baroque... Opera... Monteverdi
Cosa Sento
Opera... Ensemble... Classical... Opera Boofa - (Ensemble, About en…
263 terms
Music Literature
Name the 4 families of instruments fou…
Define modulation
What 2 basic seven-pitch scales are us…
What do we call the scale that uses al…
strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion
changing key
major and minor
chromatic
Name the 4 families of instruments fou…
strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion
Define modulation
changing key
28 terms
Music Literature
dynamics: little, if any terraced
dynamics: lots
dynamics: exaggerated
melody: continuous, everdeveloping
Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Baroque
dynamics: little, if any terraced
Baroque
dynamics: lots
Classical
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