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Chapter 7 Intro to classical style Steam engine Something of the rst and or highest quality Ancient Greek and romans Classical Era 17501820 Lighter more natural tone high drama W Thinkers gave free return to the pursuit of truth and discovery of natural laws Voltaire and Rousseau social justice equality religious tolerance freedom of speech Seeing pleasure in this early life growth of middle class LEW Scienti c advantages AEE WExaggerated happy fun swing written to please and make people smile Wrich in colors emulation of the art of ancient Greece and Rome Geometry shapes symmetrical proportional Wnstead of having the pitches of a chord sound all together the notes are played in succession to provide a continual stream of sounds W opens WWItaly exempli es social change and combined middle class values Made use of everyday characters and situations Wcloses the second phrase of the second melodic unit that brings a melody to a point of response and closure answer Wclassical era of music art and architecture coincides with the period in philosophy and letters quot Age or reasonquot Wsoft loudquot original name of pianow thythmic pattern in which three beats or pulses substitute for one or more units of 2 beats or pulses Wcontinual and uctuation content ux and ow not natural swings of mood Crescendo and diminuendos Wmore homophonic less polyphonic triple meter Diatonic Wsimple and short phrases are balanced often organized into antecedent consequent phrases homophony moderation and modern simplicity Wstop and go character slinky Wiessening of counterpoint made for a lighter more transparent sound especially middle range of texture Mostly homophonic limited counterpoint 1 Short balanced phrases create tuneful melodies C 2 Polyphonic texture is signi cant B 3 Basso continuo B 4 Simple choral harmonies made more active by quotAlbertaquot Bass C 5 Varied Dynamics including the use of crescendos and diminuendosC 6 Clearly de ned chord progressions Functional harmonyC W richest and most in uential around the Germanspeaking aristocrats of 18th century Hungry Passion for music 5W fraternity of the enlightenment who believed in tolerance and universal brotherhood London5mm Set of 12 compositions Haydn wrote during the years 1791 1795 Wmountain town in Austria birthplace of Mozart WGroup of classical composers including Haydon Mozart Beethoven and Schubert who s careers all unfolded in Vienna
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