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As Vesta Was Descending: Composer Thomas Weelkes
As Vesta Was Descending: Date 1601
As Vesta Was Descending: Genre English Madrigal
As Vesta Was Descending: Style Period Renaissance
As Vesta Was Descending: Performing Forces 6 Voices
“La Primavera” from The Four Seasons: Composer Antonio Vivaldi
“La Primavera” from The Four Seasons: Date 1725
“La Primavera” from The Four Seasons: Genre Solo Concertos
“La Primavera” from The Four Seasons: Style Period Baroque
“La Primavera” from The Four Seasons: Performing Forces Solo Violin, String Orchestra, Continuo
Organ Fugue in g minor “Little”: Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Organ Fugue in g minor “Little” : Date 1709
Organ Fugue in g minor “Little”: Genre Fugue
Organ Fugue in g minor “Little”: Style Period Baroque
Organ Fugue in g minor “Little”: Performing Forces Solo Organ
Piano Sonata in C minor, Op. 13 “Pathetique: Composer Ludwig Van Beethoven
Piano Sonata in C minor, Op. 13 “Pathetique: Date 1798
Piano Sonata in C minor, Op. 13 “Pathetique: Genre Piano Sonata
Piano Sonata in C minor, Op. 13 “Pathetique: Style Period Classical
Piano Sonata in C minor, Op. 13 “Pathetique: Performing Forces Solo Piano
Erlkonig (The Erlking): Composer Franz Schubert
Erlkonig (The Erlking): Date 1815
Erlkonig (The Erlking): Genre Art Song
Erlkonig (The Erlking): Style Period Romantic
Erlkonig (The Erlking): Performing Forces Solo Voice with Piano
Symphonie Fantastique Mvt. IV: Composer Hector Berlioz
Symphonie Fantastique Mvt. IV: Date 1830
Symphonie Fantastique Mvt. IV: Genre Program Symphony
Symphonie Fantastique Mvt. IV:Style Period Romantic
Symphonie Fantastique Mvt. IV: Performing Forces Orchestra
Prelude to “The Mid-Afternoon of a Faun”: Composer Claude Debussy
Prelude to “The Mid-Afternoon of a Faun”: Date 1894
Prelude to “The Mid-Afternoon of a Faun”: Genre Orchestral Prelude
Prelude to “The Mid-Afternoon of a Faun”: Style Period 20th Century
Prelude to “The Mid-Afternoon of a Faun”: Performing Forces Orchestra
A Survivor from Warsaw: Composer Arnold Schoenberg
A Survivor from Warsaw: Date 1947
A Survivor from Warsaw: Genre Twelve-Tone Cantata
A Survivor from Warsaw: Style Period 20th Century
A Survivor from Warsaw: Performing Forces Narrator, Male Chorus, Orchestra
Middle Ages Vocal and Sacred
Baroque Vocal and Instumental
Classical Composers Beethoven Mozart Hyden
Monophonic One sound
Homophonic melody under clear accomp.
Polyphonic 3 equally different parts equally the same
Drone the note that holds whild other notes are moving
Word Painting Musical ideas using literacy text
Motet Sacred usually in Latin
Madrigal Secular in many languages
John Dowland Lute player famous for flow my tears
Thomas Weelkes Church organ player- As vesta was Desending
Oratorio Religious work that tells a story
Opera has a plot secular text
solo concerto one soloist
concerto grosso more than one soloist
sonata instrumental piece of music
suite instrumental mult. movement based on dances
J. S. Bach 1750
George Handel 1759
Antonio Vivaldi 1741
exoticism music that incorporates different things
art song solo voice and piano
program music not much repetition
neoclassicism return to classicism control, balance, simple, straight forward
impressionism type of music very thin makes you think of a painting.
chance music anything goes
twelve-tone technique in which the composer picks 12 pitches and scientificly composes them together
Sonata Form expostion development recapitulation coda
Theme and Variations Form A A1 A11 A111 A1111 closing
Minuet and Trio Form ABACABA
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