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world of music final

college music appreciation

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who were the three best known renaissance composers according to the book Josqin de prez, Giovanni Pierluigi Palestra, and Giovanni Gabriele
what was the rhythym of the gregarian chant? slow, one note per syllable
Which religious institution dominated the history of Western music for it's first 1400 years? catholic churches
what is the difference between a syllabic and melimatic setting of text. melismatic has several notes or more per syllable syllabic is one note per syllable
What are the scale patterns of the Gregorian chant called? They are called modes and have mystical sound with the major/minor sound.
What is an imitative counterpoint? It is where voices enter seperately with voice and phrase repeating last voice and phrase, row your bout round
What is the problem with thick Renaissance polyphony, particularly to the liturgy(text from the church) The imitative lines and overlapping busyness hide the text, and it is hard to understand and perceive the message
In the Renaissance period, patronage of the arts began to shift. Where did they shift from and to? Instrumental music, percussion
Which country were polyphonic settings in mass most prevalent? Italy
What Language are madrigals typically written in? The vernacular...italian..
What is it called when secular music and drama are added to the church liturgy Liturgical drama
What century did polyphonic texture first come in to existance baroque
what period are michealangelo, da vinci, Luther, and Shakespear associated with? Reanaissance
Which modern day instrument was viele a forerunner of violin
which language were Roman catholic chants sung in? latin
who is credited with having invented the greogorian chant pope gregory the great
how did gutenbergs invention in the 15th century affect the development of music? his moveble type invention created a foundation for the modern music industry
the motet was sung by who by a church choir as part of a church service
what type of composition is a madrigal It is a secular composition, about love, pastoral theme, or a secular topic
How independant was instrumental music from vocal music during the renaissance? there was no music only for instuments, only for vocal and instumental
What texture is used in Gregorian chant monophonic sung in unison
What language are polyphonic settings of the mass sung in Latin
what are the three choral genres listed in the text for the renaissance period Mass motet, Madrigal
During the baroque period, which 4 countries did music florish in? Italy France Germany England
Which texture underwent significant development in the baroque per. harmonic
In the baroque tonal system,what does the tonic represent Chord of rest
In the barouque tonal system, what does the dominant represent chord of movement
What is modulation change of tonality from key of stability to contrast/ instability
what are terraced dynamics contrasted and abrupt levels of loudness
what were the primary instruments of the baroque orchestra violins trumpets,oboes, flutes
what was a popular plucked baroque instrument lute
when did opera begin 1600
where did opera begin Italy
what re the 4 baroque orchestral forms in the book concerto, concerto grosso, overture, dance suite
how many movements are in a concerto 3
WHICH INSTRUMENTS WERE KEYBOARD WORKS WRITTEN FOR HARPSICHORD
WHICH INSTRUMENT USUALLY PLAYED THE ACCOMPIANMENT FOR THE A CANTATA ORGAN
WHAT OCCASION WAS MUSIC FOR THE ROYAL FIREWORKS WRITTEN FOR TO CELEBRATE THE END OF THE WAR OF AUSTRIA SUCESSION FROM LONDON
WHO WERE THE 2 MAIN COMPOSERS OF THE BAROQUE PERIOD BACH AND HANDEL
HOW MANY PERFORMERS PLAY IN A TRIO SONATE 4
WHAT WAS THE FUNCTION OF THE RECITATIVE< HOW IS THE ARIA DIFFERNT THE REC. IS FOCUSED ON THE WORDS, AND THE ARIA IS FOCUSED ON THE MELODY
WHAT TEXTURE IS USED IN THE FUGE POLYPHONIC BASED ON INTERWOVN MOLODIES
WHAT GENRE IS MESSIAH BAROQUE
WHERE WERE THE ARTS CENTERED DURING THE THE CLASSIC PERIOD COURTS AND COMMUNITIES OF AUSTRIA AND GERMANY
WHAT DOES CRESCENDO MEAN GRADUALLY LOUDER
IN CONTRAST WITH THE BAROQUE PERIOD, THAT WAS DESCRIBED AS HAVING OPTULENT SPLENDOR, WHOE WOULD THE CLASSICAL PERIOD BE DESCRIBED EMOTIONALLY RESTRAINED, BALANCED, CLARITY AND SYMMETRY, CLEAR PRECISE AND FORMAL
WHICH KEYBOARD INSTRUMENT WAS NEW IN HE CLASSIC PERIOD PIANO FORTE
WHICH ENSEMBLE PLAYED A CONCERTO ORCHESTRA
WHAT ROLE DID THE MAJOR MINOR TONAL PLAY IN THE BAROQUE PERIOD THE SYSTEM ESTABLISHED CHORDS
IN A 4 MOVMENT CLASSIC WORK WHICH FROM IS USUALLY THE 3RD MOVEMENT DANCE
WHAT IS THE MOST COMMON CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBE OF THE CLASSIC ERA STRING QUARTET
WHAT IS LIBRETTO TEXT/LYRICS AND POETRY OF AN OPERA
WHAT METER IS A MINUET AND TRIO IN TRIPLE METER
WHICH COUNTRY DID HAYDN MOZART AND BEETHOVEN SPEND MOST OF THEIR CAREETS IN AUSTRIA
WHO WAS HAYDN EMPLOYED BY FOR 30 YRS/ PRINCE ESTERHAZY OF AUSTRIA
WHICH CLASSIC PERIOD COMPOSER WAS A CHILD PRODIGY MOZART
WHICH OF BEETHOVENS COMPOSING PERIODS DID MAN OF HIS MOT FAMOUS WORKS COME FROM CLASSICAL EARLY WORK
WHICH SYMPHONY DID BEETHOVEN WRITE WHEN DEAF 9TH SYMPHONY
WHAT CLASSIC PERIOD GENRE FEATURES A CADENZA CONCERTO
WHAT IS A CODA THE CONCLUSION OF A SONATA BUILDING UP WITH A CADANCE
WHO COMPOSED THE PATHETIQUE SONATA BEETHOVEN
WHO WAS THE PRIMARY PATRON DURING THE CLASSIC PERIOD NOBLEMAN
WHAT HAPPENED WITH INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC DURING THE CLASSICAL PERIOD MUSIC FOR INSTRUMENTAL PIECES WERE WRITTEN AND EVOLVED CHANGES IN STYLE, AND MOVEMENTS
WHAT WAS THE TYPICAL CHARACTERISTIC OF RHYTHYM DURING THE CLASSIC PERIOD LIGHT BEAT AND CRISP RHYTHYM
HOW EASY WAS IT FOR MOZART TO ATTAIN ROCOGNITION ND INCOME CONCERTS, COMMISSIONS, AND MUSIC SALES MADE IT FAIRLY EASY FOR HIM
WHAT WERE ATTRIBUTES OF THE ROMANTIC PERIOD ROMANTISIZED EVERYTHING REJECTED RIDGIDNESS, EVERYTHING WAS EMOTIONAL AND IMAGINATIVE
WHAT WAS THE CAUSE OF THE FEELINGS OF NATIONALISM DURING THE ROMANTIC PERIOD AS A REACTION AGAINST THE DOMINANCE OF GERMAN ROMANTICISM
WHAT WAS THE TEXTURE OF MOST MUSIC DURING THE 19TH CENTURY HOMOPHONIC
WHAT WAS THE DOMINANT ELEMENT OF 19TH CENTURY MUSIC CHROMATISISM AND DISSONANCE
HOW DID BALLET BEGIN BEFORE IT BECAME AN INDEPENDANT GENRE IT STARTED AS PART OF AN OPERA
WHAT IS THE GERMAN WORD FOR ART SONGS? LIEDER
HOW MANY LIEDER DID SCHEBERT WRITE 600
WHAT IS THE PRIMARY INSTUMENTATION FOR AN ART SON KEYBOARD
WHAT DOES STROBIC MEAN MUSIC SAME FOR EACH VERSE OF POETRY
OF THE CONTROVERSY BETWEEN TRADITIONALISTS AND REVOLUTIONARIES, WHICH WAS BRAHAMS BRAHAMS WAS A TRADITIONALIST
WHERE DID CHOPIN SPEND HIS PERSONAL LIFE PARIS
WHAT GENRE OF MUSIC DID VERDI COMPOSE ITALIAN OPERA
WHAT DID WAGNER CALL HIS OPERAS MUSIC DRAMAS WITH MUSIC DRAMA AND POETRY
WHO WAS WAGNERS WEALTHY PATRON KING LUDWIG THE 2ND
WHAT DOES VIRTUOSO MEAN MUSICIAN WITH MASTERLY ABILITY
WHO WROTE ROMEO AND JULIET TCHAIKOVSKY
WHAT ARE THE 3 GENRES THAT YOUR TEXT REFERS TO AS MINIATURES CHARACTER PIECES, SOLO PIANO PIECES(CHOPIN ETC), AND LIEDER(SOLOIST WITH PIANO ACCOMP)
WHAT WAS RHYTHYM LIKE IN 19TH CENTURY MUSC LESS REGULAR AND MORE COMPLEX\
WHAT GENRES OF MUSIC DID SCHUBERT COMPOSE ART SONGS
HOW WAS TCHAKOVSKY ABLE TO COVER HIS LIVING EXPENSE WHILE HE COMPOSED HIS WEALTHY PATRON vON mECK
HOW AVAILABLE WERE MUSICAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR MENDALSSOHN HE HAD THE FINEST OPPORTUNITIES, COULD TRAVEL AND HAD AN ORCHESTRA AT HIS SERVICE
HOW IMPORTANT WAS THE BUSINESS ASPECT OF MUSIC IN THE ROMANTIC PERIOD? VERY IMPORTANT
WHO WROTE LE SACRE DU PRINTEMPS STRAVINSKY
WHAT BECAME AN IMPORTANT COMPOSITIONAL DEVICE IN MODERN MUSIC SILENCE
WHAT EXTERNAL CIRCUMSTANCES CONTRIBUTED TO NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN 20TH CENTURY MUSIC ECONOMIC FACTORS, SOCIAL UPHEAVALS, SHIFTS IN PATRONAGE
WHO DID CONCEPTS OF IMPRESSIONISM ORIGINATE WITH FRENCH PAINTERS MONET AND RENOIR
WHAT IS IMPRESSIONISM IN MUSIC A REACTION AGAINST MASSIVE INTERLLECTUAL GERMAN MUSIC LIKE BRAHAMS AND WAGNER
WHO IS AN IMPORTANT IMPRESSIONISTIC COMPOSER CLAUDE DE BUSSEY
WHAT IS LE MER ABOUT THE WIND AND SEA
WHAT WAS THE TEXTURE OF MOST MUSIC DURING THE 19TH CENTURY HOMOPHONIC
WHAT WAS THE DOMINANT ELEMENT OF 19TH CENTURY MUSIC CHROMATISISM AND DISSONANCE
HOW DID BALLET BEGIN BEFORE IT BECAME AN INDEPENDANT GENRE IT STARTED AS PART OF AN OPERA
WHAT IS THE GERMAN WORD FOR ART SONGS? LIEDER
HOW MANY LIEDER DID SCHEBERT WRITE 600
WHAT IS THE PRIMARY INSTUMENTATION FOR AN ART SON KEYBOARD
WHAT DOES STROBIC MEAN MUSIC SAME FOR EACH VERSE OF POETRY
OF THE CONTROVERSY BETWEEN TRADITIONALISTS AND REVOLUTIONARIES, WHICH WAS BRAHAMS BRAHAMS WAS A TRADITIONALIST
WHERE DID CHOPIN SPEND HIS PERSONAL LIFE PARIS
WHAT GENRE OF MUSIC DID VERDI COMPOSE ITALIAN OPERA
WHAT DID WAGNER CALL HIS OPERAS MUSIC DRAMAS WITH MUSIC DRAMA AND POETRY
WHO WAS WAGNERS WEALTHY PATRON KING LUDWIG THE 2ND
WHAT DOES VIRTUOSO MEAN MUSICIAN WITH MASTERLY ABILITY
WHO WROTE ROMEO AND JULIET TCHAIKOVSKY
WHAT ARE THE 3 GENRES THAT YOUR TEXT REFERS TO AS MINIATURES CHARACTER PIECES, SOLO PIANO PIECES(CHOPIN ETC), AND LIEDER(SOLOIST WITH PIANO ACCOMP)
WHAT WAS RHYTHYM LIKE IN 19TH CENTURY MUSC LESS REGULAR AND MORE COMPLEX\
WHAT GENRES OF MUSIC DID SCHUBERT COMPOSE ART SONGS
HOW WAS TCHAKOVSKY ABLE TO COVER HIS LIVING EXPENSE WHILE HE COMPOSED HIS WEALTHY PATRON vON mECK
HOW AVAILABLE WERE MUSICAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR MENDALSSOHN HE HAD THE FINEST OPPORTUNITIES, COULD TRAVEL AND HAD AN ORCHESTRA AT HIS SERVICE
HOW IMPORTANT WAS THE BUSINESS ASPECT OF MUSIC IN THE ROMANTIC PERIOD? VERY IMPORTANT
WHO WROTE LE SACRE DU PRINTEMPS STRAVINSKY
WHAT BECAME AN IMPORTANT COMPOSITIONAL DEVICE IN MODERN MUSIC SILENCE
WHAT EXTERNAL CIRCUMSTANCES CONTRIBUTED TO NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN 20TH CENTURY MUSIC ECONOMIC FACTORS, SOCIAL UPHEAVALS, SHIFTS IN PATRONAGE
WHO DID CONCEPTS OF IMPRESSIONISM ORIGINATE WITH FRENCH PAINTERS MONET AND RENOIR
WHAT IS IMPRESSIONISM IN MUSIC A REACTION AGAINST MASSIVE INTERLLECTUAL GERMAN MUSIC LIKE BRAHAMS AND WAGNER
WHO IS AN IMPORTANT IMPRESSIONISTIC COMPOSER CLAUDE DE BUSSEY
WHAT IS LE MER ABOUT THE WIND AND SEA
WHAT IS A TYPIAL FEATURE OF THE MUSIC OF AVANT GUARDE COMPOSERS BRANCH OUT MINIMIZE INFLUENCES FROM THE PAST, DEVELOP LANGUAGE
HOW DID STRAVINSKY'S FAME BEGIN IN PARIS? HE COMPOSED 3 BALLETS
WHAT WAS THE AUDIENCES RESPONSE TO THE PERFORMANCE OF THE RITE OF SPRING CAUSED A RIOTUS RESPONSE IT BECAME CLASSIC
WHAT IS A 12 TONEATONAL MELODY CALLED? SERIAL COMPOSITION
WHO IS THE FATHER OF 12-TONE TECHNIQUE shoenberg
what school did shoenberg retire from as a professor of composition university of california
what is the name of a piano method book written by Bartok Mikrokosmos
what classical ideals does neoclassical music reflect control order emotional restraint adherance to formal struture
wgat dud sine 20th C composers do to not alienate audiences design to please the masses, instrumentation, transparent texture
what is spechstimme vocal style where melody is spoken out
how much material is used in minimalism least amount possible
how popular was bartoks music before his death not popular at all
How similar is each performance of chancemusic to a subsequent performance never performed the same way again
which to elements of music did 20th c composers emphasize over others tonality and dissonance
how ofter is dissonane and sustained tension found in 20th century music often
WHEN DID A SEPERATION BETWEEN CLASSICAL AND POPULAR MUSIC OCCUR IN THE UNITED STATES SECOND HALF OF THE 19TH cENTURY
WHICH COUNTRY DID AMERCANS TRAVEL TO FOR MUSICAL ED IN THE 19TH C. EUROPE
WHAT STYLE DID AMERICAN COMPOSERS CREAT IN THE IN 19TH? GERMAN, AUSTRIAN, THEY WERE STARTING TO THINK THAT AMERICAN WAS EQUAL IN THE LAST HALF
WHAT CAUSED ARTISTS TO EMIGRATE FROM RUSSIA, GERMANY AND EASTERN EUROPE TO THE US IN THE 30'S FLEEING PERSECUTION AND HARDSHIP
WHEN DID THE us COME TO BE VIEWED AS CENTER OF MUSICAL EXCELLANCE MID 20TH CENTURY
WHO EST THE FIRST FORMAL MUSIC PROGRAM IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN THE US HANDEL AND HAYDN 1815 SOCIETY
HOW DID COMPOSERS INSURE A NATIONALISTIC FLAVOR IN THE MUSIC THEY CREATED QUOTE FOLK REPETORE OF MOODS OF MUSIC
WHO WAS THE FIRST GREAT INNOVATOR OF THE 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN MUSIC CHARLES IVES
WHICH AMERICAN COMPOSER IS THE BEST KNOWN AND MOST SUCCESSFUL AARON COPELAND
HOW MUCH HAVE IMMIGRANTS CONTRIBUTED TO THE MUSIC OF THE US TREMENDOUS AMOUNT
HOW DID AMERICANS FEEL ABOUT VIRTUOSITY? what was valued more than artsts quality americans valued europeans romanticism and valued personality over technical proficiency
how would you define american nationalism music that was a matter on natl pride and would reach a broad audience
how interested was copeand in innovation interested but not in the expense of disrupting past music
what was the first important classical popular genre in the us opera
what type of music did the public want in the us classical popular
when american pchestras were first esablished in the us who did they hire black
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