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Music Ap. Chp. 5,6,7

Music Appreciation Chapter 5,6, and 7

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Voices and instruments need the following three basic components to function: energy source/ vibrating element/ resonating chamber
The English horn is a member of which family of instruments? woodwinds
Which of the following is not used in the percussion section of the orchestra? tuba
Mutes are used with instruments to soften and change the timbre of trumpets, trombones, and strings.
The smallest and highest pitched instrument of their family of instruments are the piccolo, trumpet, and the violin
The four main sections of the symphony orchestra are: woodwinds, brass, strings, percussion
The typical woodwind quintet consists of: flute, oboe, clarinet, French horn, bassoon
a string quartet usually consist of two violins, one viola, one cello
stradivari guarneri and amati are makers of violins all of whom lived in cremona
a work featuring several soloist with a chamber orchestra concerto grosso
the most important orchestral instruments durning the Baroque period violin, cello, and harpsichord
brass valves and improved keying systems for woodwinds were innovations in which century 19th century
Haydn's 18th century court orchestras consisted of how many performers 15-30
who are virtuoso performers highly skilled players
a performance technique in which string instruments are pluck with the fingers instead of bowed pizzicato
compared with the orchestra of Mozart and Haydn, Beethoven's orchestra was larger, containing more instruments
a voice classification between a tenor and bass iwth a darker timbre than tenor baritone
what is the main draw back of the harpsichord all its tones have equal volume
who are virtuoso performers highly skilled players
a work featuring several soloist with a chamber orchestra concerto grosso
bow did beethoven's orchestra change from his First Symphony to his Ninthe his orchestra grew in the number of instruments and players
in organ playing what is the role of the player's feet to produce additional tones on a pedalboard
which great composer transformed the Leipzig Gewandhaus orchestra into one of Europe's fines Felix Mendelssohn
which instrument is often called "the king of instruments" organ
the catholic church is presided over by the pope
the name of the catholic church usually starts with a name of a saint
churches in the catholic realm are called cathedrals
the headquarter's of the catholic church is locaated where vatican
the singing done in catholic church's were called chanting
what gender was the one allowed to sing in church male
can a priest or nun be married no
what was another name for the medieval period dark ages
the singing done by the monks in the medieval period was sung in a _____________ texture Monophonic
the vatican is located where vatican city, rome, italy
who guards the vatican (country) Switzerland
Which music of the 6th century became a major part of catholic church services gregorian chants
music composed in Italy during the Renaissance and performed by small groups of singers for court entertainment are madrigals
the term used in polyphonic music for melody against melody or note agains not is counterpoint
during the 9th century an early examply of polyphony which added other parts to the gregorian chant is called organum
beginning in the 12th century knights of the courts in southern France composed songs about the age of chivalry these knights were called troubadours
which style period is often called the "dark ages" the middle ages
choral music without instrumental accompaniment a capella
the term a cappella means singing without accompaniment
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