MUSIC 120 Final Exam Review
MUSIC 120 Final Exam Review MUSIC120
Popular in Survey of Music
Popular in Music
This 11 page Bundle was uploaded by Jenny Wang on Wednesday December 10, 2014. The Bundle belongs to MUSIC120 at University of Washington taught by John Hanford in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 499 views. For similar materials see Survey of Music in Music at University of Washington.
Reviews for MUSIC 120 Final Exam Review
I'm a really bad notetaker and the opportunity to connect with a student who can provide this help is amazing. Thank you so much StudySoup, I will be back!!!
Report this Material
What is Karma?
Karma is the currency of StudySoup.
You can buy or earn more Karma at anytime and redeem it for class notes, study guides, flashcards, and more!
Date Created: 12/10/14
most in uential German Romanticera composer Specialized in 2 opera the Built his own theater at Bayreuth Bavaria mot was thought to httt thht to at tht thht ht including the massive 0 Note Wagner s use of leitmotiv or leading motive functioning as both dramatic and musical identifier for this or that character place idea etc 0 French composer of Carmen a mature Romantic opera whose gypsy protagonist Carmen defied all stereotypical and conventional virtuous heroines of French opera 0 forwarded by Robert Schumann as the antidote to Wagner and the New German School music of the Future German Late Romantic composer of Symphony No 3 and example of absolute as opposed to programmatic music His music frequently employs hemioloa a rhythmic device also used by Renaissance composers 0 Czech nationalist who thought national identity was a solid foundation for personal style Wrote his Symphony No 9 From the New World in America he urged American composers to draw upon their own homegrown sources spirituals Exemplar and mainspring composer in the Verismo movement greater realism composer of La Boehme Verismo opera the first modernist Composer 1nhiS in C0II1p0sition see In uenced by Symbolist poets especially 0 Debussy s favorite poet and founder of poetic that so inspired Debussy Symbolism strives for impression of feelings 0 Russian composer Early ballets were Russian folkbased including the Rite middle period was neoclassical in his final period he adopted Schoenberg s 2 Stravinsky in his works and particularly in senior member of The Mighty Handful of Russian nationalist composers a master of orchestration like Berlioz before him and teacher of Stravinsky neotraditionalism composer of a suite for piano also orchestrated it is also an homage to French Baroque music French born American avant garde modernist composed Poeme electronique for the Electronic Corn1oany s s Varese envisioned and created them using electronically generated sounds including invention from 1920s the recorded directly to magnetic tape post1945 avantegardist American modernist Cage ventures into exploration of anti systematic aleatog or In 1940 Cage wrote for his invention of the while at Comish School in Seattle see French composer who along with his German colleague Karlheinz Stockhausen advocated Total Serialism in the post World War II 1950s and 1960s Total serialism would apply Schoenberg s concept of the tone row to ALL musical parameters rhythm timbre form dynamics etc we emphasized their connection to modern western art music Although they came into the public eye as a pop group they became rock s preeminent rock avantgarde artists through use of radically experimental studio production extended techniques and borrowings from East Indian classical music as heard in George Harrison s sitar Seattlebom composer and guitarist Purple Haze was his breakout hit in 1967 More ambitious albums were produced in the following three years of his short career Hendrix composed what he called pB including a science fiction song and soundscape or of an underwater excursion to the Lost City of Atlantis j sssssssss dd Adams is ddsssssdd as s Post minimalist composer whatever the hell that truly means atonal tragic opera by Alban Berg Speech voice singing technique invented by Arnold Schoenberg for Pierrot limaire in this style rhythmic content is clearly defined but pitch content is only relative and realized in a general melodic contour say from higher to lower pitches pitch values are indicated in score by x s rather than dots on the stems of written notes Mondestruncken re uired listenin from Pierrot lunaire 91 g atonal melodrama by Schoenberg 12tone secular cantata by Arnold Schoenberg or 12tone techniquecomposition or TWelveTone Serialism systemic atonality invented and practiced by Arnold Schoenberg and practiced by The Second Viennese School 5 20thcentury German modernists Schoenberg Berg and Webern exemplified by the Works of Maurice Ravel Ralph Vaughn Williams and postRite of Spring Igor Stravinsky musical training and calisthenics of young Charles Ives neotraditional piano suite by Maurice Ravel dedicated to friends killed in WW1 and also to French Baroqueera music a synthesis of jazz dance band orchestra Latin rhythms and a piano concerto by American modernist George Gershwin An example of symphonic jazz early electronic instrument invented by Russian engineer Lev Termin heard in science fiction movie soundtracks pop songs Beach Boys and in Varese s Poem electronique composed for the Philips Pavilion Exhibition in the 1959 Brussels Worlds Fair Composed entirely in the medium of magnetic tape recording 0 in 20thcentury music relatively brief melodic and rhythmic patterns The Rite of Spring Tomorrow Never Knows
Are you sure you want to buy this material for
You're already Subscribed!
Looks like you've already subscribed to StudySoup, you won't need to purchase another subscription to get this material. To access this material simply click 'View Full Document'