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Music Appreciation 5

TermDefinition
Romantic what kind of composer was Brahms
Classical what kind of composer was Beethoven
Baroque what kind of composer was Handel
Baroque what kind of composer was Bach
Romantic what kind of composer was Chopin
Classical what kind of composer was Mozart
Romantic/Classical what kind of composer was Schubert
Bach, Handel, Vivaldi three important Baroque composers
Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven three important Classical composers
W.C. Handy father of blues
Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong known for scatting
blue note dropping of 3rd and 5th notes
1600-1750 dates of Baroque period
1750-1825 dates of Classical period
1825-1900 dates of Romantic period
1900- current dates of 20th century
Chopin poet of the piano
Bernstein wrote west side story
orchestration art of writing orchestra
Verdi greatest composer of Italian opera
wagner greatest composer of German opera
George Gershwin wanted to write lasting music (Rhapsody in Blue)
program music music that paints a picture or tells a story
absolute music opposite of program music
1969 year of woodstock
melody, rhythm, harmony 3 parts of music
percussion, woodwinds, brass, strings 4 types of instruments
violin, viola, cello, bass, harp, guitar, banjo, lute, mandolin, ukulele, piano list 4 string instruments
piccolo, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone list 4 woodwind instruments
trumpet, french horn, trombone, euphonium list 4 brass instruments
timpani (kettledrums), bass drum, cymbal, snare drum, xylophone, marimba list 4 percussion instruments
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