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Chapter 5 - continued

by: Jenna Schneider

Chapter 5 - continued MUS 200-0003

Jenna Schneider
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Music In General Culture
Professor VIcki Curry

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Date Created: 10/14/15
October 12 2015 Ritornello Form rst or nal movement of a solo concerto concert grasso or aria quotLittle returnquot Based on main theme presented in beginning and keeps returning Concertino plays solo and then ritornello returns Often used in 1st and 3rd movement of concerto RITORNELLO CHART BELOW Section Ritornell Solo 1 Ritornello Solo 2 Ritornell Solo 3 o 1 2 o 3 Group Tutti Concert Tutti Concerti Tutti Concert 0 no 0 Theme Ritornell Free Ritornello Free Ritornell Free 0 0 Key Tonic Modulat Contrasti Modulate New Key Modulat e ng Key e Andrew Vivaldi a virtuosos violinist composter Most in uential and proli c composter of the baroque concerto Wrote over 450 concertos Nicknamed the quotred priestquot because of his hair Grew up in Venice and was ordained as a priest Taught at the Ospedale della pieta in Venice from 17031740taught female orphans Famous for his spring piece which was published in 1725 First of 4 concertos entitled quotthe seasonsquot This was an early example of program music representing the feelings sound and sight of 4 seasons of year with a lot of use of melodic sequence Typical Orchestra Movement fast slow fast 3 movements Review question Which monarch came to epitomize the grandeur and glory of the baroque era Louis XIV of France


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