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Music Theory Chapter 16
Heterohpony/Heterophonic
Homophony/Homophonic
Chordal Homophony/Texture
Homorhythmic
one melody w/ diff variations of it played at the same time
one clearly melodic line that naturally draws your attention
every line/voice moving together w/the same rhythm
texture in which all voices or lines move together in the sam…
Heterohpony/Heterophonic
one melody w/ diff variations of it played at the same time
Homophony/Homophonic
one clearly melodic line that naturally draws your attention
35 terms
Music Theory-Chapter 16-Terms
Period
Antecedent
Consequent
Parallel period
Phrases which are put together in pairs.
The first phrase in a pair.
The second phrase in a pair.
When the beginning of the melody in both phrases in a period…
Period
Phrases which are put together in pairs.
Antecedent
The first phrase in a pair.
23 terms
Music Theory Chapter 16
How do you mark suspensions?
Are passing and neighbor tones commonl…
What is the numbering of a suspension…
What are the steps to writing a suspen…
Number it above the bass at the start of the suspension
Unaccented, but not exclusively.
2-3
Write a consonant preparation of the tone to be suspended... Ret…
How do you mark suspensions?
Number it above the bass at the start of the suspension
Are passing and neighbor tones commonl…
Unaccented, but not exclusively.
Chapter 16 Music Theory
Formal divisions
Closed
Open
Simple forms
Where a piece can be divided into two or more major sections
If it cadences on the tonic of the composition
If it cadences anywhere other than the tonic
Two part(binary) form or three part (ternary) form
Formal divisions
Where a piece can be divided into two or more major sections
Closed
If it cadences on the tonic of the composition
20 terms
Chapter 16 music theory
Embellishing tone
Passing tone
Neighboring tone
Suspension
Note that doesn't fit within a harmony.
Stepwise/scalar motion; ex: C-D-E or E-D-C
Stepwise/scalar motion up and down or down and up; ex: C-D-C…
Delayed resolution, suspends pitch from original harmony; RES…
Embellishing tone
Note that doesn't fit within a harmony.
Passing tone
Stepwise/scalar motion; ex: C-D-E or E-D-C
Music Theory Chapter 16 & 17
Alberti Bass
Cadential Extension
Canon (Canonic)
Codetta
The chords of the Alberti Bass are played as arpeggios, or br…
Delay of cadence by addition of material
Counterpoint in which each voice exactly imitates the previou…
Brief conclusion
Alberti Bass
The chords of the Alberti Bass are played as arpeggios, or br…
Cadential Extension
Delay of cadence by addition of material
Music Theory IV - Chapter 16
Chromaticism
Nonessential chromaticism
Essential chromaticism
Secondary function
The term chromaticism refers to the use of pitches foreign to…
Some people use the term nonessential chromaticism to describ…
Essential chromaticism refers to the use of tones from outsid…
Secondary function is a chord whose function belongs more clo…
Chromaticism
The term chromaticism refers to the use of pitches foreign to…
Nonessential chromaticism
Some people use the term nonessential chromaticism to describ…
64 terms
AP Music Theory: Chapter 16
Define form
What is the order for song form?
What is the order for binary form?
Phrases join together to make what?
The overall organization of a composition
aaba
AB
Sections
Define form
The overall organization of a composition
What is the order for song form?
aaba
18 terms
Music Theory Chapter 16 Vocab
Alberti Bass
Cadence
Cadential Extension
Canon, canonic
Arpeggio, or broken chords accompaniment presented in: 1,5,3,5
Sequence of notes or chords at the close of a musical phrase
Unequal phrase, extensions at end of phrase
Employs a melody, then has one or two more imitations of the…
Alberti Bass
Arpeggio, or broken chords accompaniment presented in: 1,5,3,5
Cadence
Sequence of notes or chords at the close of a musical phrase
Chapter 16 AP music theory
Formal divisions
Closed formal divisions
Open formal divisions
Simple forms
A piece of music can generally be divided into two or more ma…
A section is designated closed if it cadences on the tonic of…
Open if it cadences elsewhere
Two-part form or three-part form
Formal divisions
A piece of music can generally be divided into two or more ma…
Closed formal divisions
A section is designated closed if it cadences on the tonic of…
14 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 16
Period
Antecedent
Consequent
Parallel Period
Phrases that come in pairs
First phrase in a period... Ends with a less complete cadence
Second phrase in a period... Ends with with a more complete or r…
beginning of the melody is the same in both phrases
Period
Phrases that come in pairs
Antecedent
First phrase in a period... Ends with a less complete cadence
61 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 16 Vocabulary
Albert Bass
Cadence
Cadential Extension
Canon, Canonic
An accompaniment pattern using a three-note chord. The notes…
The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic conclusion to a phrase.
Expansions at the end of phrases are known as suffixes
A piece of music in which two or more voices (or instrumental…
Albert Bass
An accompaniment pattern using a three-note chord. The notes…
Cadence
The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic conclusion to a phrase.
AP Music Theory Chapter 16 Vocabulary
Alberti Bass
Cadence
Cadential Extension
Canon/Canonic
Arpeggiated accompaniment in which the notes are presented in…
A stylized close in music which divides the music into period…
The prolongation (post-cadential extension) or delay (pre-cad…
A piece in which the same melody is begun in different parts…
Alberti Bass
Arpeggiated accompaniment in which the notes are presented in…
Cadence
A stylized close in music which divides the music into period…
AP Music Theory Chapter 16 Vocabulary
Binary Form
Rondo Form
Sonata Allegro Form
Ternary Form
two sections, often repeated; two sections comprised of the s…
has a principle theme (motive) that alternates with one or mo…
a unique form (developed from binary and ternary) that return…
has three parts generally with a recapitulation (return to A)…
Binary Form
two sections, often repeated; two sections comprised of the s…
Rondo Form
has a principle theme (motive) that alternates with one or mo…
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
10 terms
Chapter 16 Evolution Theory
Evolution
Adaptation
Fossil
Homologous
The process of change by which new species develop from preex…
A trait that improves an organism's ability to survive and re…
The trace or remains of an organism that lived long ago, most…
Describes a character that is shared by a group of species be…
Evolution
The process of change by which new species develop from preex…
Adaptation
A trait that improves an organism's ability to survive and re…
Chapter 16 Evolutionary Theory
evolution
artificial selection
natural selection
adaptation
process by which species changes over time
breeding plants or animals for certain traits
individuals that are better adapted to the environment surviv…
a trait that improves and organism's ability to survive.
evolution
process by which species changes over time
artificial selection
breeding plants or animals for certain traits
42 terms
Music Theory Terms
Piano
Fermata
Pianissimo
Mezzo Piano
Soft
Hold note
Very soft
Medium soft
Piano
Soft
Fermata
Hold note
Chapter 16 Music Terms
Formal divisions
Closed Formal divisions
Open formal divisions
Simple forms
The boundaries between the sections
Cadence is on the tonic
If the cadence is elsewhere
Two pet binary form or three part ternary form
Formal divisions
The boundaries between the sections
Closed Formal divisions
Cadence is on the tonic
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
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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)
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…
AP Music Theory Chapter 16 Glossary for Obi-Wells
Alberti Bass
Cadence
Cadential Extension
Canon, Canonic
An accompaniment pattern using a three-note chord. The notes…
The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic conclusion to a phrase.
Expansions at the end of phrases are known as suffixes
A piece of music in which two or more voices (or instrumental…
Alberti Bass
An accompaniment pattern using a three-note chord. The notes…
Cadence
The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic conclusion to a phrase.
61 terms
AP Music Theory Ms. Wells Chapter 16 glossary
Alberti Bass
Cadence
Cadential Extension
Canon, Canonic
An accompaniment pattern using a three-note chord. The notes…
The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic conclusion to a phrase.
Expansions at the end of phrases are known as suffixes
A piece of music in which two or more voices (or instrumental…
Alberti Bass
An accompaniment pattern using a three-note chord. The notes…
Cadence
The harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic conclusion to a phrase.
19 terms
Biology Chapter 16 Darwin's Theory of Evolution
evolution
fossil
artificial selection
adaptation
A change in a species over time
A trace of an ancient organism that has been preserved in rock
Breeding organisms with specific traits in order to produce o…
A characteristic that improves an individual's ability to sur…
evolution
A change in a species over time
fossil
A trace of an ancient organism that has been preserved in rock
19 terms
Chapter 16 Evolutionary Theory Terms
Evolution
Artificial Selection
Natural Selection
Adaptation
the process in which species change over time
the human practice of breeding animals or plants that have ce…
the process in which individuals that are better adapted to t…
a trait that improves an organisms ability to survive and rep…
Evolution
the process in which species change over time
Artificial Selection
the human practice of breeding animals or plants that have ce…
10 terms
Chapter 16: Darwin's Theory of Evolution Vocabulary
Evolution
Fossil
Artificial selection
Adaptation
change over time; the process by which modern organisms have…
preserved remains or traces of ancient organisms
selective breeding of plants and animals to promote the occur…
heritable characteristic that increases an organism's ability…
Evolution
change over time; the process by which modern organisms have…
Fossil
preserved remains or traces of ancient organisms
Chapter 16 Living Darwin's Theory of Evolution
Evolution
Fossil
Artificial selection
Fitness
The process of change over time in organisms.
The preserved remains or traces of ancient organisms.
Nature provides the variations, and humans select those they…
How well an organism can survive and reproduce in its environ…
Evolution
The process of change over time in organisms.
Fossil
The preserved remains or traces of ancient organisms.
Chapter 16 Darwin's Theory of Evolution
evolution
fossil
artificial selection
adaptation
Change over time
A whole or part of a plant or animal that has been preserved…
Darwin's term for the selective breeding of organisms selecte…
A characteristic that improves an individual's ability to sur…
evolution
Change over time
fossil
A whole or part of a plant or animal that has been preserved…
45 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 2
note tree
breve
whole note
half note
shows the relationship of duration symbols
Also known as the double whole note. Would take up 8 counts i…
Also known as the semibreve. Has half the duration of the bre…
Has half the duration of the whole note. Would take up 2 coun…
note tree
shows the relationship of duration symbols
breve
Also known as the double whole note. Would take up 8 counts i…
32 terms
Biology R Theory of Evolution - Chapter 16
Charles Darwin
Evolution
Theory
Species Vary Globally
1809-1882 English naturalist and scientist whose theory of ev…
Change over time
A well tested explanation using an integrated set of principl…
Darwin noticed that different, yet ecologically similar, anim…
Charles Darwin
1809-1882 English naturalist and scientist whose theory of ev…
Evolution
Change over time
Chapter 16--Evelutionary Theory
eveolution
artificial selection
natural selection
adaption
The process of change by which new species develope from pree…
The human practice of breeding animals or plants that have a…
The process by which individuals that are better adapted envi…
The proccess of becoming adapted to an enviroment. An anatomi…
eveolution
The process of change by which new species develope from pree…
artificial selection
The human practice of breeding animals or plants that have a…
36 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 3
Tonic
Supertonic
Mediant
Subdominant
First note of a scale (do)
Second note of the scale (re)
Third note of a scale (mi)
Fourth note of a scale (fa)
Tonic
First note of a scale (do)
Supertonic
Second note of the scale (re)
The Enjoyment of Music chapter 16
opera
recitative
secco
accompagnato
musical drama that is typically sung throughout
Solo vocal declamation that follows the inflection of the text
recitative singing style featuring sparse accompaniment and m…
accompanied; recitative with orchestra
opera
musical drama that is typically sung throughout
recitative
Solo vocal declamation that follows the inflection of the text
45 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 2
note tree
breve
whole note
half note
shows the relationship of duration symbols
Also known as the double whole note. Would take up 8 counts i…
Also known as the semibreve. Has half the duration of the bre…
Has half the duration of the whole note. Would take up 2 coun…
note tree
shows the relationship of duration symbols
breve
Also known as the double whole note. Would take up 8 counts i…
31 terms
Darwin's Theory of Evolution - Chapter 16 Miller-Levine (Expanded list)
Charles Darwin
Evolution
Theory
Species Vary Globally
1809-1882 English naturalist and scientist whose theory of ev…
Change over time
A well tested explanation using an integrated set of principl…
Darwin noticed that different, yet ecologically similar, anim…
Charles Darwin
1809-1882 English naturalist and scientist whose theory of ev…
Evolution
Change over time
40 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 1
pitch
dynamic
timbre
articulation
wavelength/frequency. Tells the distance between one wave and…
wave height/amplitude. Tells the size/height/intensity of eac…
waveform/tone color. Tells the shape and form of the sound wa…
envelope. It is composed of a sound's attack, sustain, and re…
pitch
wavelength/frequency. Tells the distance between one wave and…
dynamic
wave height/amplitude. Tells the size/height/intensity of eac…
61 terms
AP Music Theory Chapter 3
scales
chromatic scale
Asymmetrical (scale)
major scale
ordered collection of pitches in whole- and half-step pattern…
a symmetrical scale with all pitches spaced a half-step apart…
A scale made using a pattern of whole and half steps.
All major scales share the same pattern: W-W-H-W-W-W-H (repre…
scales
ordered collection of pitches in whole- and half-step pattern…
chromatic scale
a symmetrical scale with all pitches spaced a half-step apart…
23 terms
AP 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…
41 terms
AP Music Theory Intro & Chapter 1 Terms
Sound
Vibration
Compression
Rarefaction
Sound is defined as the sensation of vibrations transmited th…
Vibration is defined as a periodic motion of a type of substa…
Compression is increased pressure in the air caused by an act…
Rarefaction is decreased pressure in the air caused by an act…
Sound
Sound is defined as the sensation of vibrations transmited th…
Vibration
Vibration is defined as a periodic motion of a type of substa…
96 terms
AP Music Theory Terms
cadence
cadential extension
coda
counter melody
is the end of a musical thought
extends the cadence by repeating the intial cadence
section following a cadence, ending the piece
secondary melody that is played simultaneously with the lead…
cadence
is the end of a musical thought
cadential extension
extends the cadence by repeating the intial cadence
Music History II: Chapter 16 Terms
Traité de l'harmonie
Functional Harmony
triad, inversion, root (Rameau's versi…
Modulation
Written by Jean Phillipe Rameau, developed the theory of func…
tonal harmonic progressions, basically this was the beginning…
Instead of moving a chord as a combination of various interva…
The movement from one key to a different one. A triad that co…
Traité de l'harmonie
Written by Jean Phillipe Rameau, developed the theory of func…
Functional Harmony
tonal harmonic progressions, basically this was the beginning…
11 terms
Music History Vocab Chapter 16
Scoring
Soundtrack
Character themes
Empathy
Composing music expressly for a film
A performed strip along the film's edge containing coded repr…
Melodies associated with a particular character that recur th…
A sharing of another person's feelings or emotions
Scoring
Composing music expressly for a film
Soundtrack
A performed strip along the film's edge containing coded repr…
22 terms
Basic Music Theory terms
Pitch
Staff
ledger lines
clef
refers to the highness or lowness of a sound; named using the…
the system of five horizontal lines on which the musical note…
used to extend the range of the staffs
determines which pitches are associated with which lines and…
Pitch
refers to the highness or lowness of a sound; named using the…
Staff
the system of five horizontal lines on which the musical note…
31 terms
Music Theory Terms (RCM I)
4/4 time
treble clef
bass clef
scale
4 beats per measure; quarter note equals one beat--also known…
Also called the "G" clef, which clef represents the right han…
Also called the "F" clef, which clef represents the left hand…
a series of notes differing in pitch according to a specific…
4/4 time
4 beats per measure; quarter note equals one beat--also known…
treble clef
Also called the "G" clef, which clef represents the right han…
46 terms
Darwin's Theory of Evolution - Chapter 16 Miller-Levine
Charles Darwin
Evolution
Theory
Species Vary Globally
1809-1882 English naturalist and scientist whose theory of ev…
Change over time
A well tested explanation using an integrated set of principl…
Darwin noticed that different, yet ecologically similar, anim…
Charles Darwin
1809-1882 English naturalist and scientist whose theory of ev…
Evolution
Change over time
50 terms
Music Theory Ch.16
form
period
antecedent
consequent
organization of a composition, analysis of phrase structure
a group of phrases with antecedent (half cadence)-consequent…
"question"
"response"
form
organization of a composition, analysis of phrase structure
period
a group of phrases with antecedent (half cadence)-consequent…
9 terms
Theory chapter 16
Cognitive dissonance theory
cognitive dissonance
selective exposure
post-decision dissonance
objective... socio-psychological tradition
distressing mental state caused by inconsistency between pers…
the tendency people have to avoid information that would crea…
strong doubts experienced after making an important, close-ca…
Cognitive dissonance theory
objective... socio-psychological tradition
cognitive dissonance
distressing mental state caused by inconsistency between pers…
Biology - Theory of Evolution- Chapter 16 - Vocabulary
evolution
fossil
artificial selection
adaptation
the process of change over time
the preserved remains or traces of ancient organisms
Selective breeding of plants and animals to promote the occur…
any heritable characteristic that increases an organism's abi…
evolution
the process of change over time
fossil
the preserved remains or traces of ancient organisms
32 terms
Theories of Personality Chapter 16
Cognitive Therapy
Cognitive Therapy Methods
Cognitive Therapy Method - Desensitiza…
Cognitive Therapy Method- Decatastroph…
orginally developed to treat depression... still one of the most…
remove biases in thinking by correcting faulty information pr…
exposure to situations
ask client to anticipate worst possible outcome and look at i…
Cognitive Therapy
orginally developed to treat depression... still one of the most…
Cognitive Therapy Methods
remove biases in thinking by correcting faulty information pr…
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