I don't want to reset my password
Notes for week 3 of MUL2000
Intro to Music Literature January 11 and 13 notes
These notes cover the discussions from syllabus week (What is Music), as well as the information discussed in Chapter 1(Music in the brain, Music in Culture, and Classifying Music).
An introduction to music literature, including an explanation on basic music jargon, form, genre, properties of sound, and the way music affects society. Keep a look out for week 2!
Week 2 of Intro to Music Literature! This week we covered early western music history (up to 1450), melodic/harmonic texture, and the difference between notated and oral tradition in music. Keep a look out for week 3! ♪
you can find week 1 here: https://goo.gl/UrHkg5
Renaissance music, a recap on form, and the construction of multi-movement pieces.
keep a look out for week four!
Some green day this week?
These cover Pulling apart Music: melody, harmony, rhythm, texture, timbre, form, and text
January 25 and january 27
Weeks 1 - 3 notes! Includes everything from basic music vocab to history of music in the Renaissance! If you don't want to buy them individually. Keep a lookout for the next study guides/bundles! I'll be posting a mid, a final, and a cumulative packet along with bundles for every three weeks.
Music and ethnicity
music and gender
Notes from weeks 2 to 6
Notes taken the week of March 7
Notes over music and love taken in class
Harmony, tonality, and an intro to the baroque period!
We get classical in this chapter with an intro to Viennese classicism and an overview of some of the most well known composers.
Diving more into Baroque music and composers!
All about Beethoven!
Early Romanticism, including explanations of program music, art songs, and the composers that mastered them.
char. --> character(istic)
soc. --> socially
acc. --> accompanied/accompaniment
orch --> orchestra
comp. --> composition
As far as I understand, we haven't gotten any hints on what's gonna be on the exam. Judging by our quizzes, there will be a lot of focus on historical periods of western art music, texture, and form, so study those with extra care. I also missed the first day of class, so some material in Unit 1 is missing.