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Music Unit2

Section 1

Collegium Musicum an association of amateur musicians popular in baroque era
Monody vocal style established in the baroque era w/a solo, singers, and instrument accompaniment
Figured Bass Baroque practice consisting of an independent bass line
Improvisation creation of a musical composition while it is being performed
Basso Continuo Continuous bass
Doctrine of Affections The union of text and music
Opera Music drama that is generally sung throughout combining the resources of vocal and instrumental mucis with poetry and drama, acting, scenery, and costumes
Oratorio Large scale dramatic genre originating in the baroque era based on text, religious, or serious characters
Overture An introductory movement, as in an opera or oratorio
Tutti All, the opposite of a solo
Created by: marpena