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Chapter 29 terms and definitions for Exam 1

by: Bailey-Siamone Mason

Chapter 29 terms and definitions for Exam 1 MUSI3364

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Bailey-Siamone Mason
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Music History 3
Howard Pollack

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Dr. Pollack has a list of terms that will be on the exam. This is the first chapter of notes Chapter 29.
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Date Created: 02/09/15
Chapter 29 1 Richard StraussGerman composer most known for his tone poems Don Quixote 2 tone poemas the high point of program music in the latter part of the 19th century extending its boundaries and taking the concept of m in music to an unprecedented level 3 Don Juantone poem for large orchestra written Richard Strauss 3 Also sprach ZarathustraStrauss tone poem composed in 1896 and inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche39s novel 4 Don Quixotetone poem written by Strauss considered the most in uential work of literature from the Spanish Golden Age 5 Miguel de Cervanteswas a Spanish novelist poet and playwright 6 Death and TransfigurationStrauss tone poem the music depicts the death of an artist Friedrich Rosch 7 Ein HeldenlebenStrauss tone poem techniques of leitmotifs from Wagner 8 Till EulenspiegelStrauss tone poem an impudent trickster figure originating in Middle Low German folklore 9 Gustav Mahlerleading AustroGerman composer of symphonies after Brahms and Bruckner and one of the great masters of the song for voice and orchestra 10 Sigmund Freudwas an Austrian neurologist now known as the father of psychoanalysis 11 Gustav Klimtvisual artists transferred to their realm Wagner s interest in legends and symbols and his recreations of national legends inspired imitators everywhere 12 Kindertotenliedersong cycle for voice and orchestra by Gustav Mahler 13 Das Lied von der Erde The Song of the Earth composition for two voices and orchestra by the Austrian composer Gustav Mahler


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