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17 terms
String Orchestra Vocab
Andante
Arco
Pizzicato
Divisi
Walking tempo
to bow
to pluck the string
to divide
Andante
Walking tempo
Arco
to bow
105 terms
String orchestra
Staff
Clef
Time signature
Bar line
Five lines four spaces
Fancy symbol at the start of every staff
Comes after the club top number how many beats any measure mo…
A line that separates measures
Staff
Five lines four spaces
Clef
Fancy symbol at the start of every staff
32 terms
7th Grade String Orchestra Pre-Assessment
a tempo
accent
crescendo
decrescendo
return to the original tempo
Emphasize the beginning of the note
Gradually getting louder
Gradually getting softer
a tempo
return to the original tempo
accent
Emphasize the beginning of the note
19 terms
String Orchestra Final
Composer of Intro and Allegro
Key of Intro and Allegro
Joseph Bodin de Boismortier WS facts
Composer of Allegro from Concerto Grosso
Joseph Bodin de Boismortier
E Minor
published his own compositions, 1st French composer to adopt…
George Frederic Handel
Composer of Intro and Allegro
Joseph Bodin de Boismortier
Key of Intro and Allegro
E Minor
40 terms
String Orchestra Exam
Allegro moderato
Allegro
Largo
Andante
Moderately fast
Fast
Large, broad; the slowest tempo marking
Moderately slow
Allegro moderato
Moderately fast
Allegro
Fast
34 terms
String Orchestra Review Final
pesante
dolce
tutti
solo
heavy, with emphasis
sweetly
all together play
one person play
pesante
heavy, with emphasis
dolce
sweetly
31 terms
String Orchestra Final Exam
Accelerando
Allegro
Andante
Atonal
Gradually get faster
Fast
Walking speed
Music that is written without any key signature
Accelerando
Gradually get faster
Allegro
Fast
10 terms
String Orchestra Terms 8
Loure
Maestoso
Marcato
Tone Poem
French slurred notes playes in slight separation
Majestic tempo
Stressed Italian bow
Composition that musically represents a story or specific imp…
Loure
French slurred notes playes in slight separation
Maestoso
Majestic tempo
19 terms
Orchestra core string terms
Arco
Artificial harmonics
Chopping
Col lengo
To play with the bow
Put down first finger and lightly place fourth
Percussive technique where the frog is struck against the str…
Strings are struck with wood of bow
Arco
To play with the bow
Artificial harmonics
Put down first finger and lightly place fourth
19 terms
Orchestra Core String Terms
Arco
Artificial Harmonics
Chopping
Col Legno
to play the strings with the bow
Harmonics created by holding down one finger and then putting…
the hair near the frog of the bow is struck against the strin…
strings are struck with the stick of the bow
Arco
to play the strings with the bow
Artificial Harmonics
Harmonics created by holding down one finger and then putting…
36 terms
Tippett (Double String Orchestra)
When was it written?
When, where and by who did it premiere?
What is the tonal centre note?
Period?
1939
1940, Morley College, South London Orchestra
'A'
20th century
When was it written?
1939
When, where and by who did it premiere?
1940, Morley College, South London Orchestra
10 terms
Strings (Orchestra Classification)
Violin
Violin
Viola
Viola
- Smallest of the strings... - Reaches the highest notes ... - 4 st…
- Slightly larger than the violin ... - Slightly lower pitch ... -…
Violin
- Smallest of the strings... - Reaches the highest notes ... - 4 st…
Violin
22 terms
Concerto for Double String Orchestra
What is the time signature?
What is the main rhythmic pattern
What is the rhythm like?
What happens at the beginning of one o…
8/8 with changes to 8/8 and 4/8
Quavers which allows Webern to add rhythms
Syncopated patterns with rhythms extended over the barline
Rhythmic augmentation between the violins and the cellos
What is the time signature?
8/8 with changes to 8/8 and 4/8
What is the main rhythmic pattern
Quavers which allows Webern to add rhythms
19 terms
FHS Orchestra - Core String Terms
Arco
Artificial Harmonics
Chopping
Col Legno
To play the strings the bow
Harmonics created by holding down one finger and then putting…
A more modern percussive technique, in which the hair near th…
Strings are the struck with the stick of the bow.
Arco
To play the strings the bow
Artificial Harmonics
Harmonics created by holding down one finger and then putting…
17 terms
Orchestra Terms (3): String Technique
Legato (-)
Datache
Spiccato
Staccato (*)
Smooth flowing
One note per bow
Middle of bow/bounce off string
Detached separated
Legato (-)
Smooth flowing
Datache
One note per bow
10 terms
Orchestra/string instrument terms
What are the sharp scales? How many sh…
What are the flat scales? How many fla…
Tempo
Arco
C - 0... G - 1... D - 2... A - 3... E - 4
C - 0... F - 1... B♭ - 2... E♭ - 3... A♭ - 4
How fast or slow the piece or measure is
W/ bow
What are the sharp scales? How many sh…
C - 0... G - 1... D - 2... A - 3... E - 4
What are the flat scales? How many fla…
C - 0... F - 1... B♭ - 2... E♭ - 3... A♭ - 4
19 terms
FHS Orchestra Core String Terms
Arco
Artificial Harmonics
Chopping
Col Legno
To play the strings with the bow.
Harmonics created by holding down one finger, thus shortening…
A more modern percussive technique, in which the hair near th…
Strings are hit with the stick of the bow. This gives a muted…
Arco
To play the strings with the bow.
Artificial Harmonics
Harmonics created by holding down one finger, thus shortening…
21 terms
Orchestra instuments: Strings and others
Va.
Br.
Bratsche
Alto
Viola
Viola
Viola
Viola
Va.
Viola
Br.
Viola
14 terms
Concerto for Double String Orchestra (Tippett)
Pandiatonic
Phrygian Cadence
Augmentation
Exposition
Mild clashes in music created by using any note of the major…
A type of imperfect cadence used in minor keys. It consists o…
A proportionate increase in the note lengths of a melody.
The opening section of a sonata form, where two contrasting s…
Pandiatonic
Mild clashes in music created by using any note of the major…
Phrygian Cadence
A type of imperfect cadence used in minor keys. It consists o…
88 terms
Strings Orchestra Semester Exam Terms
Up bow
Down bow
Bow lift
D.C. al fine
V
Up bow
V
Down bow
20 terms
String Orchestra 9-12 Vocabulary
a tempo
accelerando
accent
accidental
return to the original tempo
becoming faster
forceful attack
sharp, flat or natural not in key signature; effective for th…
a tempo
return to the original tempo
accelerando
becoming faster
16 terms
FHS Orchestra Core String Terms
Artificial Harmonics
Chopping
Col Lengo
Colle
Created by holding down one finger and then putting another f…
Modern percussive technique, in which the frog of the bow is…
Playing with the stick of the bow.
Bow stroke that begins at the frog and is done with fingers o…
Artificial Harmonics
Created by holding down one finger and then putting another f…
Chopping
Modern percussive technique, in which the frog of the bow is…
19 terms
Orchestra Core String Terms (GIA)
Arco
Pizzicato
Artificial harmonics
Natural harmonics
To play the strings with the bow
To pluck the strings
Harmonics created by holding down one finger and then putting…
Overtones produced by touching the open string very lightly a…
Arco
To play the strings with the bow
Pizzicato
To pluck the strings
18 terms
String Orchestra Semester 1 Final
It has a slower part in 3/2, and faste…
G major, composed by Joseph Bodin de B…
Strongly influenced by the Italian con…
Melody is played by the large orchestr…
Introduction and Allegro
Introduction and Allegro
Introduction and Allegro
Introduction and Allegro
It has a slower part in 3/2, and faste…
Introduction and Allegro
G major, composed by Joseph Bodin de B…
Introduction and Allegro
34 terms
Tippett Concerto for Double String Orchestra
Melody
Melody
Melody
Melody
Interval Extension
Major 2nds replaced with minor 2nds creating additional tension
Modal melodies and ornamentations
Inversion in lower strings bar 8
Melody
Interval Extension
Melody
Major 2nds replaced with minor 2nds creating additional tension
33 terms
Concerto for double string orchestra-Tippett
Octaves
Melody and accompaniment
Homophonic
Contrapuntal
Only used rarely e.g bars 40-41
Bars 21-29 where a melody is played against a simple ostinato…
At important cadences such as bars 20-21 by using forceful bl…
Two rhythmically contrasting themes presented simultaneously…
Octaves
Only used rarely e.g bars 40-41
Melody and accompaniment
Bars 21-29 where a melody is played against a simple ostinato…
8 terms
Concerto for Double String Orchestra - Tippett
Context
Tonality
Rhythm and Meter
Texture
- Neo Classical... - 1938-9... - reflects Tippett's interest in mad…
- On A (neither major or minor)... - Aeolian mode used... - pentato…
- syncopation gives jazzy feel... - lots of time changes so no r…
- frequent two part counterpoint... -mostly contrapuntal... -occasi…
Context
- Neo Classical... - 1938-9... - reflects Tippett's interest in mad…
Tonality
- On A (neither major or minor)... - Aeolian mode used... - pentato…
9 terms
Tippet "Concerto for Double String Orchestra"
Context and Forces
Tonality
Rhythm & Metre
Harmony
Modern Era... Composed 1939 & premiered 1940... Double String Orche…
Modal... Broadly said to be in 'A'... Ambiguous tonality... Pentatonic…
Hard to discern time signature... Frequent changes in time signa…
Counterpoint... False relations (chromatic contradiction)... Disson…
Context and Forces
Modern Era... Composed 1939 & premiered 1940... Double String Orche…
Tonality
Modal... Broadly said to be in 'A'... Ambiguous tonality... Pentatonic…
26 terms
Tippett concerto for double string Orchestra
Tonality?
Structure?
Name at least one tonal centre.
Metre?
Based around tonal centres.
Sonata form
Expo' - A, Dev' - C# and Ab , Recap' - A and Coda A to G
8/8, 4/8 and 6/8
Tonality?
Based around tonal centres.
Structure?
Sonata form
88 terms
Strings Orchestra Semester Exam Terms
Up bow
Down bow
Bow lift
D.C. al fine
V
Up bow
V
Down bow
23 terms
Instruments of the Orchestra - Percussion, Woodwind, Brass, String
Snare Drum
Bass Drum
Timpani
Crash Cymbals
Snare Drum
Bass Drum
61 terms
AS Music: 'Concerto for Double String Orchestra' - Tippett
Key Facts: When was Tippett born?
Key Facts: When did Tippett die?
Key Facts: When was the concerto compo…
Key Facts: What is Tippett's main inte…
1905
1998
1939
counterpoint
Key Facts: When was Tippett born?
1905
Key Facts: When did Tippett die?
1998
20 terms
String Orchestra 9-12 Vocabulary A
A Tempo
Accelerando
Accent
Accidental
Return to the original tempo
Becoming Faster
Forceful attack
Sharp, flat or natural not in key signal effective for the me…
A Tempo
Return to the original tempo
Accelerando
Becoming Faster
12 terms
String Section of the Orchestra grade 4 theory (ameb)
Soprano voice
Alto voice
Tenor voice
Bass voice
violin
viola
'cello
double bass
Soprano voice
violin
Alto voice
viola
8 terms
Tippett, 1st Movement of Concerto for Double String Orchestra
Style
Instrumental Forces
Structure/Form
Tonality
1939, Neoclassicism
Two equal string orchestras (violin I, violin II, viola, cell…
Sonata form, exposition b1-67, 1st subject b1-20, bridge b21-…
Tonal centres and hints of modality [renaissance], shaped by…
Style
1939, Neoclassicism
Instrumental Forces
Two equal string orchestras (violin I, violin II, viola, cell…
9 terms
Concerto for double string orchestra movement 1- Tippet
Genre
Forces
Texture
Structure
Neo-Classical
2 string orchestras ... (Strings were often used in the classica…
-occasional homorhythm (neo)... -contrapuntal~ ANTIPHONY ( imita…
Ritournello ... Sonata form (classical) - exposition ... -developme…
Genre
Neo-Classical
Forces
2 string orchestras ... (Strings were often used in the classica…
47 terms
Tippett - Concerto for Double String Orchestra: movement I
Origin reflects his
First Performed in
Reflects Tippetts interest in
Notated in
Social Concerns
1940
English Madrigals
88
Origin reflects his
Social Concerns
First Performed in
1940
8 terms
Concerto for Double String Orchestra, Mvt 1: Tippett
Context
Tonality
Structure
Harmony
Composed in 1938-1939. ... Included an original fusion of elemen…
No major or minor keys used. ... Ambiguous depending on the mode…
A kind of Sonata form. ... Comprises of exposition, development,…
Can be split into when the music is in two real parts or more…
Context
Composed in 1938-1939. ... Included an original fusion of elemen…
Tonality
No major or minor keys used. ... Ambiguous depending on the mode…
29 terms
tippett's concerto for double string orchestra - Jemima
date of composition
genre
instrumentation
first perfromance
1938-1939
neoclassical work
2 antiphonally opposed yet equally balanced string orchestras…
1940 in london by the Morley college orchestra
date of composition
1938-1939
genre
neoclassical work
48 terms
Tippett Concerto for Double String Orchestra; movement I
Year of composition
Style
Form
Exposition
1939
Neoclassical
Amended sonata form
1-67
Year of composition
1939
Style
Neoclassical
8 terms
Tippett Concerto for Double String Orchestra, Movement 1
Background info (Influences etc)
Performing forces
Texture
Structure
English music of 16th and 17th century (Madrigals, string fan…
Both orchestras play together frequently (with some parts sil…
Varied in number of parts and doubling... Contrapuntal mainly... An…
...
Background info (Influences etc)
English music of 16th and 17th century (Madrigals, string fan…
Performing forces
Both orchestras play together frequently (with some parts sil…
45 terms
Tippett's Concerto for Double String Orchestra
When was the concerto composed?
Give 3 different elements that this pi…
Which strings are the orchestras score…
What is the effect of having two orche…
1938/1939
Choice of: ... - Beethoven (use of sonata form) ... - English music…
Violin 1+2, violas, cellos and double basses
Produces great weight and richness
When was the concerto composed?
1938/1939
Give 3 different elements that this pi…
Choice of: ... - Beethoven (use of sonata form) ... - English music…
36 terms
Tippet - Concerto for Double String Orchestra : movement 1
'regular' crotchet pulse
Notation?
Violin 1, orchestra 1 opening motif is…
Violin 1, orchestra 1 opening motif is…
bar 95
8/8 (changes occasional to 6/8 and 4/8)
bar 99
bar 103
'regular' crotchet pulse
bar 95
Notation?
8/8 (changes occasional to 6/8 and 4/8)
12 terms
String Orchestra Grade 6 - Vocab List #2 (2)
Eighth Note
Eighth Rest
Arco
Up Bow
A note having the time value of an eighth of a whole note or…
A pause or rest in a composition having the time duration of…
with the bow —usually used as a direction in music for player…
(on a stringed instrument) a stroke begun with the tip of the…
Eighth Note
A note having the time value of an eighth of a whole note or…
Eighth Rest
A pause or rest in a composition having the time duration of…
32 terms
Tippett: Concerto for Double String Orchestra, Movement I
Year it was written?
Style of music?
Musical influences?
Forces: importance of both orchestras?
1939
Neoclassical
16th/17th century English music (polyphonic)... Baroque concerto…
Both important, neither labelled 1st or 2nd
Year it was written?
1939
Style of music?
Neoclassical
23 terms
Tippett - Concerto for Double String Orchestra Movt. 1
Tonality is...
What form is it in?
Which bars contain the exposition?
Which bars contain the development?
Non-functional with modal elements
Sonata Form
Bars 1-67
Bars 68-128
Tonality is...
Non-functional with modal elements
What form is it in?
Sonata Form
43 terms
Musical Instruments - Orchestra (Brass-Wind-Strings)
What does SATBB stand for?
What does the conductor do? List 6 Thi…
How many people are in an average symp…
How many people are in a standard smal…
Soprano, alto, tenor, Barritone, Bass
1. Holds the batton... 2. Has to be able to sight sing all parts…
80 people.
8 violas, 4 cellos, 2 bass)
What does SATBB stand for?
Soprano, alto, tenor, Barritone, Bass
What does the conductor do? List 6 Thi…
1. Holds the batton... 2. Has to be able to sight sing all parts…
36 terms
Orchestra families: Brass, Strings, Percussion and Woodwind
Violin, viola, cello and double bass
The Violin
It is small and has less room for the…
The Double bass
Common strings instruments highest- lowest pitch
What is the smallest string instrument?
Why is the violin the highest pitched string instrument?
What is the biggest string instrument?
Violin, viola, cello and double bass
Common strings instruments highest- lowest pitch
The Violin
What is the smallest string instrument?
11 terms
String Orchestra Grade 6 - Vocabulary list #1 (1)
Clef
Staff
Quarter note
Quarter rest
Symbols placed at the left hand of a staff, indicating the pi…
5 lines and 4 spaces, used for writing music
A note played for one quarter of the duration of a whole note
A musical rest corresponding in time value to a quarter note
Clef
Symbols placed at the left hand of a staff, indicating the pi…
Staff
5 lines and 4 spaces, used for writing music
10 terms
String Orchestra Grade 6 - Vocab List # 3 (3)
Round
Dictation
Finger Tunnel
Theme and Variation
The same music starting at different times
The playing or singing of music to be notated by a listener,…
The painful condition that ensues in your fingers or your thu…
The specific kind of form in music, the piece begins with a t…
Round
The same music starting at different times
Dictation
The playing or singing of music to be notated by a listener,…
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