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10 terms
The Fugue
answer
augmentation
fugue
countersubject
Subject of a fugue presented in the dominant
Presentation of a subject in lengthened time values
Polyphonic composition based on one main theme, or subject
Melodic idea that constantly accompanies the subject of a fugue
answer
Subject of a fugue presented in the dominant
augmentation
Presentation of a subject in lengthened time values
MUMH 1600 9_23_2016
Bach, Prelude and Fugue in C Minor
Johann Sebastian Bach
Prelude
Fugue
DIfference between prelude and fugue
1685-1750... German... Heritage in music... Cantor at St. Thomas Leipzig
Introduction section... Piece for solo instrument sounds... Improvi…
Polyphonic composition based on a theme which appears in imit…
Bach, Prelude and Fugue in C Minor
DIfference between prelude and fugue
Johann Sebastian Bach
1685-1750... German... Heritage in music... Cantor at St. Thomas Leipzig
11 terms
The Fugue
Fugue
Subject
Answer
Countersubject
Polyphonic composition based on one main theme, or subject
Theme of a fugue
Second presentation of the subject in a fungus, usually in th…
In a fugue, a melodic idea that accompanies the subject fairl…
Fugue
Polyphonic composition based on one main theme, or subject
Subject
Theme of a fugue
52 terms
Baroque Fugue & Rococo
The fugue is a type of _______________…
The fugue is based on a ______________…
The melodic lines are called:
The theme of a fugue is called the:
polyphonic
principal theme
counterpoint
subject
The fugue is a type of _______________…
polyphonic
The fugue is based on a ______________…
principal theme
The Fugue
Polyphonic composition
The fugue
Voice
Subject
Imitation and one theme
Cornerstone of Baroque Music
Vocal or instrument
Each voice enters after the other
Polyphonic composition
Imitation and one theme
The fugue
Cornerstone of Baroque Music
12 terms
Fugue
Fugue
Subject
Voices
Answer
Polyphonic composition based on one main theme.
The main theme of a fugue.
Different melodic lines that imitate the subject.
Second voice presents the subject, but based off of the domin…
Fugue
Polyphonic composition based on one main theme.
Subject
The main theme of a fugue.
6 terms
Chapter 27 Terms
Fugue
Toccata
Prelude
Subject
contrapuntal composition based on imitation
Virtuoso composition, generally for organ or harpsichord, in…
Instrumental work preceding a larger work.
Polyphonic form popular in the Baroque era, in which one or m…
Fugue
contrapuntal composition based on imitation
Toccata
Virtuoso composition, generally for organ or harpsichord, in…
10 terms
Baroque Period Chapter 4
A polyphonic composition based on one…
In many fugues, the subject is one voi…
When a second voice presents the subje…
In the _____, the subject is imitated…
fugue
countersubject
answer
stretto
A polyphonic composition based on one…
fugue
In many fugues, the subject is one voi…
countersubject
33 terms
Music app 4
Concerto
Two types of concertos
Solo concerto
Concerto grosso
Instrumental genre in several movements for solo instruments…
Solo concerto and concerto grosso
Solo instrument against orchestra
Small group against orchestra
Concerto
Instrumental genre in several movements for solo instruments…
Two types of concertos
Solo concerto and concerto grosso
12 terms
Joan Sebastian Bach Fugue in G minor
Timbre
Melody
Texture
fugue
Organ capability
progressive slow to fastest
iteration of main theme, high middle low voice
polyphonic work based on a central theme (fugitive) all instr…
Timbre
Organ capability
Melody
progressive slow to fastest
34 terms
Baroque definitions (Monica)
fugue
equal temperament
counterpoint
subject
a highly structured imitative contrapuntal composition ... a sin…
method of tuning keyboard instruments... all semitones within th…
a style of music where there are two or more lines of melody,…
initial statement of a main theme of a fugue in tonic key... C-…
fugue
a highly structured imitative contrapuntal composition ... a sin…
equal temperament
method of tuning keyboard instruments... all semitones within th…
6 terms
Piano Theory: The Fugue
Fugue
Subject
Episode
Countersubject
Style of composition in which three or more voices follow one…
First voice to enter, main theme of the fuhur
A section in which the subject is not present, but instead is…
A different melody from the subject, which occurs at the same…
Fugue
Style of composition in which three or more voices follow one…
Subject
First voice to enter, main theme of the fuhur
36 terms
Intro to Music Test 2
Terraced dynamics
clavichord
basso continuo
figured bass
abrupt alternation between loud and soft dynamic levels; char…
baroque keyboard instruments in which sound is produced by me…
baroque accompaniment made up of a bass part usually played b…
bass part of a baroque accompaniment with figures (numbers) a…
Terraced dynamics
abrupt alternation between loud and soft dynamic levels; char…
clavichord
baroque keyboard instruments in which sound is produced by me…
Fugue
Fugue
Subject
Countersubject
Free Counterpoint
a style of composition in which three or more voices follow o…
the first voice to enter; the main theme of the fugue
a different melody from the subject, which occurs at the same…
a melody that combines two or more melodic line in such way t…
Fugue
a style of composition in which three or more voices follow o…
Subject
the first voice to enter; the main theme of the fugue
music genres
concerto grosso
solo concerto
fugue
cantata
composition for several instrumental soloists and small orche…
composition for a single soloist
polyphonic composition based on one main theme or subject
written for chorus, vocal soloists, organ, and small orchestra.
concerto grosso
composition for several instrumental soloists and small orche…
solo concerto
composition for a single soloist
Baroque Era Vocab
Terraced Dynamics
Clavichord
Bass Continuo
Figured Bass
An irrupt alternation between loud and soft dynamic levels ch…
Keyboard instrument and which sound is produced by means of b…
A accompaniment made up of a bass part usually played by two…
Bass part with numbers
Terraced Dynamics
An irrupt alternation between loud and soft dynamic levels ch…
Clavichord
Keyboard instrument and which sound is produced by means of b…
The Baroque Period
affections
terraced dynamics
clavichord
basso continuo
emotional states like joy, grief, and agitation represented i…
abrupt alternation between loud and soft dynamic levels
baroque keyboard instrument in which sound is produced by mea…
baroque accompaniment made up of a bass part usually played b…
affections
emotional states like joy, grief, and agitation represented i…
terraced dynamics
abrupt alternation between loud and soft dynamic levels
73 terms
Baroque Music Appreciation Exam
Baroque Period Time
Another way to reference the baroque p…
Three phases of the baroque period
Homophonic Texture
1600-1750
The age of absolution
1. Early (1600-1640)... 2. Middle (1640-1690)... 3. Late (1690-1750)
One main melody is accompanied by chords
Baroque Period Time
1600-1750
Another way to reference the baroque p…
The age of absolution
11 terms
Music terms
concerto grosso
tutti
Who wrote Brandenburg concertos?
How many Brandenburg concertos are the…
a small group of instruments against a large group of players
all together
Johann Sebastian Bach
6
concerto grosso
a small group of instruments against a large group of players
tutti
all together
Prelude and Fugue terms
Prelude
Fugue
Subject
Counterpoint
A short work based on the expansion of a single musical idea…
A contrapuntal composition in which a clearly identifiable th…
The main theme of a fugue
The art of combining two or more independent voices
Prelude
A short work based on the expansion of a single musical idea…
Fugue
A contrapuntal composition in which a clearly identifiable th…
15 terms
Music
Fugue
Aria
Ordinary (mass)
exposition section
polyphonic composition based on a main theme called a subject
song or solo voice with accompaniment
Text that remain the same for every mass
where themes are presented
Fugue
polyphonic composition based on a main theme called a subject
Aria
song or solo voice with accompaniment
14 terms
Music -Test 2
Monophonic Texture
Mass
Motet
Madrigal
one single line of music singing same melody (no accompanying…
polyphonic, choral, sacred composition in 5 movements set in…
1 movement, Latin, several voice parts, polyphonic text other…
several voice parts, vernacular, short poem ... (secular)... compos…
Monophonic Texture
one single line of music singing same melody (no accompanying…
Mass
polyphonic, choral, sacred composition in 5 movements set in…
Music01: The Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Baroque
Gregorian Chant
Organum
A Cappella
Madrigal
Melodies set to sacred Latin texts, sung without accompanimen…
Medieval polyphony that consists of Gregorian Chant and one o…
Choral music without instrumental accompaniment
Composition for several voices set to a short secular poem, u…
Gregorian Chant
Melodies set to sacred Latin texts, sung without accompanimen…
Organum
Medieval polyphony that consists of Gregorian Chant and one o…
13 terms
Fugue in G Minor by Bach
Genre
Fugue
Texture
"King of Instruments"
Fugue
Polyphonic work based on a central theme; begins with theme i…
Fugal; polyphonic
Organ; size, power, variety of tone
Genre
Fugue
Fugue
Polyphonic work based on a central theme; begins with theme i…
12 terms
Music spoken fugue key words
Fugue
Layers
Contrapuntal
Exposition
Composition is many layers where the subject is introduced in…
Different parts which can be played at the same time
Two or more melody's played at the same time - polyphonic
The first section were the themes are introduced
Fugue
Composition is many layers where the subject is introduced in…
Layers
Different parts which can be played at the same time
Late Baroque: Bach
Late Baroque
Late Baroque: Musical Style
Artist: Johann Sebastian Bach
Artist: Johann Sebastian Bach... Career t…
- era of refinement and culmination (not innovation)... - refine…
Melody Style: progressive expansion: initial idea is presente…
- renowned organ virtuoso... - famous for his cantatas and organ…
Weimer: organist for duke of Weimer... Cothen: court composer an…
Late Baroque
- era of refinement and culmination (not innovation)... - refine…
Late Baroque: Musical Style
Melody Style: progressive expansion: initial idea is presente…
11 terms
Baroque Music
Concerto grosso
Fugue
Opera
Trio Sonata
Composition for several instrumental soloists and small orche…
Polyphonic composition based on one main theme or subject
Drama that is sung to orchestral accompaniment, usually large…
Baroque composition with three melodic lines , two high ones…
Concerto grosso
Composition for several instrumental soloists and small orche…
Fugue
Polyphonic composition based on one main theme or subject
18 terms
MA test 3
cornerstone of baroque music which can…
polyphonic composition based on one ma…
main theme within a fugue
different melodic lines within a fugue
fugue
fugue
subject
voices
cornerstone of baroque music which can…
fugue
polyphonic composition based on one ma…
fugue
29 terms
Baroque Fugue
The fugue is a _____________, not a co…
The fugue isa type of ________________…
The melodic lines of a fugue are calle…
The fugue is based on a ______ _____ a…
Procedure
Polyphonic
Counter point
Principle theme
The fugue is a _____________, not a co…
Procedure
The fugue isa type of ________________…
Polyphonic
Music appreciation exam 2
Basso Continuo
Opera
Libretto
Recitative
An accompanying part that includes a bass line and harmonies
Dramatic work in one or more acts, set to music for singers a…
The text of an opera or other long vocal work
Musical declamation of the kind usual in the narrative and di…
Basso Continuo
An accompanying part that includes a bass line and harmonies
Opera
Dramatic work in one or more acts, set to music for singers a…
Certificate of Merit-- Advanced Level-- Forms of Composition and Components
fugue
subject
answer
real answer
composition with 3+ voices imitating one another
principle theme of fugue
restatement of subject
transposition of subject, usually to dominant
fugue
composition with 3+ voices imitating one another
subject
principle theme of fugue
Music Appreciation 2
Fugue
Toccata
Prelude
Subject
Polyphonic form popular in the Baroque era, in which one or m…
Virtuoso composition, generally for organ or harpsichord, in…
Instrumental work preceding a larger work.
The main idea or theme of a work, as in a fugue.
Fugue
Polyphonic form popular in the Baroque era, in which one or m…
Toccata
Virtuoso composition, generally for organ or harpsichord, in…
14 terms
Music Test 2: Terms
Monophonic Texture
Mass
Motet
Madrigal
One layer, one melody
A polyphonic, choral, sacred composition in 5 movements set i…
1 movement, Latin, several voice parts/polyphonic (ex. Ave Ma…
Renaissance secular work for voices set to a short, lyric lov…
Monophonic Texture
One layer, one melody
Mass
A polyphonic, choral, sacred composition in 5 movements set i…
Baroque Period
1600-1750
Bach and Handel
Monteverdi, Purcell, and Vivaldi
The late baroque period
Dates of the baroque period
Main 2 composers of the period
3 composers of lesser importance
Music we hear is mostly from what?
1600-1750
Dates of the baroque period
Bach and Handel
Main 2 composers of the period
23 terms
Music app 3
Opera
Libretto
Opera is from
Aria
Drama that is sung to orchestral accompaniment
Text of an opera
Italy
Songs for solo voice (aba)
Opera
Drama that is sung to orchestral accompaniment
Libretto
Text of an opera
History 1: Baroque
Prelude
Fugue
Tierce de Picarde
Pedal point
a short keyboard composition which is often followed by a fugue
a polyphonic composition popular in the Baroque era in which…
a minor key work ends in tonic major by raising the third
a sustained note over which harmonies change
Prelude
a short keyboard composition which is often followed by a fugue
Fugue
a polyphonic composition popular in the Baroque era in which…
126 terms
RCM History 1: Vocabulary/Terms
Baroque
major-minor tonality
figured bass/thorough-bass
basso continuo
-From the Portuguese barroco meaning irregularly shaped pearl…
-Music based on major (Ionian) and minor (Aeolian) scales... -Gr…
-Musical shorthand developed in the Baroque... -Numbers below ba…
-Performing figured bass/thorough-bass... -Involves 2 players: 1…
Baroque
-From the Portuguese barroco meaning irregularly shaped pearl…
major-minor tonality
-Music based on major (Ionian) and minor (Aeolian) scales... -Gr…
28 terms
music chapter 1
affections
terraced dynamics
clavichord
basso continuo
emotional states like joy, grief, and agitation represented i…
abrupt alternation between loud and soft dynamics levels, cha…
baroque keyboard instrument in which sound is produced by mea…
baroque accompaniment made up of a bass part usually played b…
affections
emotional states like joy, grief, and agitation represented i…
terraced dynamics
abrupt alternation between loud and soft dynamics levels, cha…
11 terms
The Baroque Period: J.S Bach and the Fugue
Keyboard Music
Four categories
J.S Bach
The Fugue
written for organ, harpsichord, clavichord
free, vocal-based, dance based, variations
known as organist, wrote what was demanded, worked for St. Th…
polyphonic composition based on one main theme, or subject. U…
Keyboard Music
written for organ, harpsichord, clavichord
Four categories
free, vocal-based, dance based, variations
35 terms
Music test 2
Concerto solo
Concerto grosso
Cadenza
Fugue
composition for soloist and orchestra 3 movements (fast slow…
Composition for several instrumentalists and an orchestra 3 m…
Unaccompanied section for soloist in a concerto. Usually near…
Polyphonic composition Voices emerge after previous voice, re…
Concerto solo
composition for soloist and orchestra 3 movements (fast slow…
Concerto grosso
Composition for several instrumentalists and an orchestra 3 m…
Music Chapter 9
Tonic
Dissonance
Consonance
Contrapuntal
first note of any scale after which other notes are reference…
combination of notes with clashing overtones
sounds with compatible overtones
a piece of music with two or more melodic lines
Tonic
first note of any scale after which other notes are reference…
Dissonance
combination of notes with clashing overtones
GMK terms - June 2016
chromatic scale
discord
pizzicato
episode
a scale made up of semitones
a chord which does not sound harmonious
an effect you get with orchestral string instruments by pluck…
a section of music which is different from and occurs between…
chromatic scale
a scale made up of semitones
discord
a chord which does not sound harmonious
Music Appreciation Baroque Period
affections
terraced dynamics
clavichord
basso continuo
emotional states
abrupt alteration between loud and soft dynamic levels
keyboard instrument , gradual dynamic changes
accompaniment made up of a bass part usually played by two in…
affections
emotional states
terraced dynamics
abrupt alteration between loud and soft dynamic levels
last part of crucial details
sonata
concertino
concerto
concerto grosso
multi-movement chamber work for solo instrument or basso cont…
group of instruments in concerto grosso
solo instrument plays with and against orchestra. not for ama…
soloistS plus orchestra (tutti)
sonata
multi-movement chamber work for solo instrument or basso cont…
concertino
group of instruments in concerto grosso
16 terms
Music App
Libretto
Librettist
Aria
Recitative
Words of Opra
Dramatist
Song for solo voice with orchestra
Vocal line in opera that imitates the rhythms and pitch
Libretto
Words of Opra
Librettist
Dramatist
38 terms
Baroque Study Guide pt 1
baroque time span
major baroque composers?
early baroque music features
unity of mood, expresses one mood thro…
1600-1750
bach/ handel
favored homophonic textures
affect (affections)
baroque time span
1600-1750
major baroque composers?
bach/ handel
125 terms
All Vocabulary & Terms
Baroque
major-minor tonality
figured bass/thorough-bass
basso continuo
-From the Portuguese barroco meaning irregularly shaped pearl…
-Music based on major (Ionian) and minor (Aeolian) scales... -Gr…
-Musical shorthand developed in the Baroque... -Numbers below ba…
-Performing figured bass/thorough-bass... -Involves 2 players: 1…
Baroque
-From the Portuguese barroco meaning irregularly shaped pearl…
major-minor tonality
-Music based on major (Ionian) and minor (Aeolian) scales... -Gr…
102 terms
RCM History 1: Terms and Definitions
counterpoint (p.10)
monophonic texture (p.10)
homophonic texture (p.10)
polyphonic texture (p.10)
- combination of two or more melodic lines
- single line of unaccompanied melody
- single of line melody supported by a harmonic accompaniment
- combination of two or more melodic lines, also referred to…
counterpoint (p.10)
- combination of two or more melodic lines
monophonic texture (p.10)
- single line of unaccompanied melody
30 terms
Lessons 24/25/27
Binary Form
Rounded Binary Form
Ternary Form
Movements of a Sonata (usually)
two contrasting sections of similar length
consists of an A section, followed by B, followed by a brief…
three sections with the form ABA or ABA1
Allegro, Adagio, Scherzo or Minuet, Allegro or Presto
Binary Form
two contrasting sections of similar length
Rounded Binary Form
consists of an A section, followed by B, followed by a brief…
56 terms
The Baroque
1600-1850
Baroque style
Visual art
Architecture
...
Flamboyant, highly decorated, busy.
Implies motion, passion, pathos.
Ellaborate and hoghly decorated
1600-1850
...
Baroque style
Flamboyant, highly decorated, busy.
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