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MCC-MUL 2010-V

Deana's Semester Unit V Terms

transcendentalism belief that the way to know truth is from the inside (intuition) instead of the outside (deductive) worldview of the Romantic era
program music instrumental music that "paints a picture" or "tells a story" popular in the 19th century
art song (lied) genre for solo voice and piano that sets poetry to music piano is equal instrument, not accompaniment
idee fixe "fixed idea" recurring musical idea linking different movements of a work coined by Berlioz
character piece solo piano piece portraying a mood or emotion frequently uses rubato
rubato rhythmic flexibility beat may speed up or slow down for expressive purposes
symphonic poem one movement orchestral program music piece that develops a poetic idea, suggests a scene, or creates a mood generally associated with the Romantic era
Created by: Deana