HOM 166 Exam 1 Study Guide
HOM 166 Exam 1 Study Guide HOM 166
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HOM 166 Exam 1 Study Guide 18th Century Classicism The Enlightenment and NeoClassicism o jeanjacques Rousseau The Social Contract Rene Descartes A Discourse on Method quotI think therefore I amquot Denis Diderot Classi ed Dictionary of Sciences Arts and Trades 0 Moly Roman Empire AustroHungarian Empire Maria Theresia and Joseph ll empress for 40 yrs son followed 0 Painters embrace subjects from ancient Greece and Rome 0 Musical Styles in 18th Century Vienna 0 Catalog of Haydn s compositions by Hoboken Hob Numbers 0 New instrumental combinations sonata one or two performers string quartet violin 1 and 2 viola cello symphony orchestra 0 Normal multimovement structures Sonata form fast tempo ABA slow tempo Minuet and trio or scherzo dance tempo Sonata or theme and variations or ronolo fast tempo Sonata Form 0 Exposition and repeat Optional slow introduction Introduce main themes 0 Subject one tonic subject two dominant 0 Development extend a theme Several keys 0 Recapitulation Back to main themes and conclusion 0 Subject one subject two coda Viennese Classicism 0 Examples of Sonata Form 0 ln chamber music Haydn Piano Sonata in E Mino Hob XV34 Haydn String Quartet in FMinor Hob VII335 o In symphonic music Haydn Symphony 48 in CMajorquotMaria Theresiaquot Hob l48 Sturm Und Drang Haydn and Mozart 0 Contrast in tempo dynamics keys etc o Hyper states of emotion o Haydn Symphony No 26 in D Minor Hob l26 0 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Catalogue of Mozart s compositions by Kochel K Numbers Coup d archet violin technique many notes on one stroke Symphony No 25 in G Minor K183 Mozart and the Concerto Classical concerto small group v a large group soloist v orchestra rise of individual star solo performers O O O O O O Outgrowth of Baroque Concerto Grosso instrumental Normally contains 3 movements Allegro sonata form with possible double exposition Andante A B A form walking song form Allegro Rondo A B A C A Mozart Piano Concerto No 24 in C Minor K 491 Gentile poised grace notes Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2 in B at Major Ritornel hook return like a milemarker to keep you grounded idea you keep coming back to organizing device in music short Cadence end of piece 1 5 1 to signify end New 18th Century Styles in Opera 0 Don Giovanni ossia i Dissoluto punto K 527 Libretto by Lorenzo DaPonte writes the script Don Giovanni Leporello Donna Anna The Commander Overture while audience is coming in 17th and 18th Century Baroque Aria Conventions O O Recitativo secco musical recitation accompanied by harpsichord Aria types Strophic several verses same music for each after secco Ostinato solo line written over a repeating bass line stubbornrepeatable patterns after secco Da capo A B A after secco Secco Recitative short intro introducing a character by singing and harpsichord usually four sentences with chords not very melodic Cavatina lyrical expression central declaration of character s emotional state body of song Caboletta petal to the oor singer shows off talent no words fast Act 2 Scene 15 quotThe Stone Guestquot dead commander returns chorus of demons Mozart and Opera 0 Die Zauber ote The Magic Flute K 620 Libretto by Schickaneder owned theater writer actor Tamino Pamina Papageno Queen of Night Sarastro o Aria of the Queen of night Recitative Cavatina and Ca baletta Opera Reform more emotion use of silence aristocratic more realistic 0 Christoph W Gluck Orfeo ed Eurdice libretto by Raniero Calzabigi Act 3 Aria of Orpheus quotHow can I go on without Eurydicequot 0 Solo accompanied by orchestra extreme dynamics 0 Beethoven and Opera 0 French horns length joy and hope romantic liberty individuality celebrities loneliness consideration of death freedom 0 Fidel0 libretto by Joseph Sonnleithner almost impossible to sing Fidelo Florestan Pizarro Rocco Act I Prisoner s Chorus 0 Revolution and the Move Towards Romanticism o Storming of the Bastille 0 Paul Revere and the Boston Massacre 0 JacquesLouis David Napoleon Crossing the Alps 0 Eugene Delacroix Liberty Leading the People 0 Battle cry of the French Revolution liberty equality brotherhood Ludwig Van Beethoven quotshock the middle classquot two chords to start 0 Symphony No 3 in E at Major Opus 55 quotEroicaquot JeanAugusteDominique Ingres Napoleon las Emperor on his Imperial Throne 1806 painting no longer heroic First movement sonata with lots of development Symphony No 5 in CMinor Opus 67 o 3rd and 4th movements transformation Other works about nature walking in the woods Ode to Joy Romanticism 0 Industrial Revolution and new inventions better transportation building of houses machines mass production of printing press instruments move to cities development of middle class more educated 0 Romantic Artists View the World 0 O O O The artist as an individual expression of individuality cartoons progressive and social criticisms Man s relation to nature people in nature loneliness Horror and the afterlife skull motif monsters Frankenstein Cult of the performer the new aristocracy high technical skill bc instruments improved l Franz List famous pianist Franz Schubert O O Introspective private over 700 pieces Catalog by Otto Erich Deutsch quotDquot numbers 0 The Art Song voice and piano Lied pl Lieder German song musical setting of a poem usually for voice and piano Prosody art of combining poetry and music into a cohesive artistic unit mostly German poetry Art Song Forms 0 A B A song form 0 Strophic verses text more important than music 4 lines to a verse hymns anthems Durchkomponiertthroughcomposed Modi ed throughcomposed two verses with dif texts and music uni ed by a piano intro and close one singer plays both parts 0 Song cycle group of songs related through a story line mostly to an existing poetic cycle a group of poems that tell a story Wilhelm Muller German poet 0 Art Song into Chamber Music Art Song Der Tod und das Madchen D 531 o Modi ed through composed String Quartet No 14in D Minor D 810 quotDeath and the Maidenquot 2nCI Movement Theme and Variations o Symphonies Symphony No in B Minor Un nished D 769 o 2nCI movement extended 3part form 0 Early Romantic Opera 0 The beloved orchestra sets the mood minor key horror nature hounds obsessions add curtains orchestra down below 0 Singspiel spoken word to express horror 0 Programme music depicting the scene 0 Der Ereischutz The Free Shot Max and Agathe Kaspar Samiel A2 2 quotThe Wolf s Glenquot invisible spirits 19th Century Orchestra 0 Hector Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique programme music emotional instrumental drama Henrietta Smithson theme of the beloved 0 1st movement idee xe French motif 0 5th movement includes Medival Dies irae o Virtuosity and the Symphonic Poem 0 Rise of performers stars and celebrities o Frederic Chopin explores full range Poland Sonata Waltz Polonaise Polish Waltz Etude to study music Nocturne scherzo light joke all piano Chopin Etude in G at Major Opus 10 5 quotBlack Keyquot o Niccolo Paganini violin ltalian 24 Caprices for Solo Violin Opus 1 0 Theme Cariations 456811 and nale o Arpeggios harplike Stops multiple notes at once on string instruments 0 Franz List piano Six Grand Etudes after Paganini No 6 in A Minor 0 Theme and Variations 4568 and 11 Symphonic PoemTone Poem setting poetry to music similar to art song but to orchestra Metamorphosis of motif changes and grows Les preludes from Meditations poetque by Alphonse de Lamartine writer philosophical questions literary source 0 Dawn of Existence motif introduced love storms of life strife and nal triumph Listening Portion 18th Century Symphony classical and proper 0 Mozart 0 Hayden 0 19th Century Symphony Romantic emotional intense contrast 0 Beethoven o Schubert Symphony No 8 o Berlioz 0 Von Weber 0 18th Century Solo Piano Music 0 Hayden Sonata 0 19th Century Solo piano Music 0 Chopin o Liszt Concerto 0 Mozart 0 Beethoven Solo Violin Music 0 Paganini String Quartet 0 Schubert 0 Hayden Art Song 0 Schubert Opera Scene chorus more than one person singing 0 Beethoven 0 Mozart Opera Aria Segment 0 Recitative Beginningintro Speech rhythm Line chord line chord line chord chord o Cavatina Body of song 0 Cabaletta No words Fast and high Show off technical skill
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