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Music 1030 styles

Musical era styles

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Opera, oratorio development Baroque era
Cantata development Baroque era
Ostinato form development Baroque era
Fugue development Baroque era
Most important unifying feature of all Baroque music is the characteristic accompanying part Basso continuo
Concerto grosso Baroque era
suite associated with this era Baroque
Handel Baroque composer
J.S. Bach Baroque composer
Monteverdi Baroque composer
Vivaldi Baroque composer
recitative homophonic style of text setting which emphasizes the natural contours of spoken language; common in Baroque era
arias solo songs for voice and orchestra
overture orchestral prelude to an opera
libretto text of Baroque operas
age of concerto grosso, suite, fugue genre Baroque era
Ritornello principle, which alternates between solo and all instruments common in Baroque concerto movements
era of Rigaudon Baroque
polyphonic composition based on one main theme fugue
main theme of a fugue subject
Sonata main developments in music during Baroque era
music texture basically polyphonic Baroque music
music texture basically homophonic Classical era music
usually consists of 4 movements: fast, slow, dance-related, fast Classical era music
Emergence of sonata form Classical era
consists of 3 main sections: the exposition, the development, and recapitulation sonata form
widely used in the classical era either as an independent piece or as one movement of a symphony theme and variations
The Cricket Josquin de prez
Little Organ Fugue Bach
Marriage of Figaro Mozart
Symphony no. 5 Beethoven
Fantaisie Impromptu Chopin
March to the Scaffold Berlioz
Die Walkure Wagner
Rite of Spring Stravinsky
Hoe Down Copland
Cotton Tail Ellington
Great contribution of the classical period to orchestral music the symphony
Haydn Classical era composer
Mozart Classical era composer
Beethoven Classical era composer
used as the 3rd. movement of classical symphonies, string quartets minuet
emphasis on self-expression and individuality of style Romantic era music
Nationalism, exoticism, and program music domination Romantic era
one of most distinctive forms in romantic music art song
thematic transformation unify longer works of this period Romantic era
Chopin, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Berlioz, Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Verdi, Puccini, Wagner Romantic era composers
Associated with Debussy impressionism
Artistic movement which stressed intense, subjective emotion Expressionism
12 tone system association Schoenberg
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