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Music Appreciation 2

classicism did not imply a strict adherence to traditional forms, the composers of the Viennese School experimented boldly and ceaselessly with the materials at their disposal
patronage system sponsorship of an aristocracy that viewed the arrs as a necessary adornment of life
public concerts the public flocked to hear the latest works
sonata-allegro form exposition, development, recapitulation, coda
cadenza a virtuosic solo passage in the manner of an improvisation that comes toward the end of a movement
Kierchel K. 453, put Mozart's pieces in order
concerto piece of music for solo instrument accompanied by the orchestra
1750-1825 dates of classical period
french, american, industrial revolutions of the classical period
vienna, austria musical center of the world
Enlightenment stressed the centrality of reason in human experience
motive smallest melodic or rhythmic unit
sequence repeated at a higher or lower level
symphony held the central place in Classical instrumental music
bridge transitional passage
exposition statement
development conflict and action, the essence of drama
recapitulation restatement
coda an extension of the closing idea that leads to the final cadence in the home key
1756-1791 years that mozart lived
wolfgang amadeus mozarts first names
the magic flute mozarts final opera
requiem mozarts final (unfinished) piece
sonata an instrumental work for one or two instruments
heroic, dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, Eroica III
having to do with nature, Pastorale VI
choral IX
Created by: pace_sauce



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