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Deana's Semester Unit III Terms

baroque period of time marked from 1600(birth of opera) to 1750(death of Bach) spectacular and grand
terraced dynamics abruptly changing from loud to soft- not gradual used in concertos
movement complete, self-contained part w/in a larger musical work typically in concertos
libretto lyrics or words of an operas (blank)
recitative speechlike singing w/light accompaniment to tell a story using many words in a short amount of time found in operas, cantadas, and oratorios
aria songlike singing w/full orchestra to react to a story using few words repeated over a longer amount of time found in operas, cantadas, and oratorios
overture opening orchestral introduction found in operas, cantadas, and oratorios
virtuoso highly skilled "star performer" vocal- highlighted w/ arias instumental- highlighted w/ the concerto
chorale hymlike melody used as the basis for a cantada (blank)
subject the melody which a fugue is based upon repeated throughout the fugue in different keys
Created by: Deana