Music: Study Guide for Test 1
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Music: Study Guide for Exam #1 Music Theory o Chords: more than one note put together o Clefs: bass or treble – indicates the pitch of the notes (higher or lower) o Dynamics: qualities of the music (volume and speed) o Harmony: Supports or contrasts the melody, the accompaniment o Key Signature: combination of sharps and flats indicating the key for the song o Melody: The main tune in the song o Meter: Beat and pattern of the song o Metronome: tells a specific tempo in beats per minute o Modulation: varying the strength, tone, or pitch o Phrase: small group of words or piece of music that can stand alone o Rhythm: beat and pattern of each measure o Scales: sequence of notes in order o Staf: five lines on which the notes are written o Syncopation: a note just of the main beat (in between the lines) o Tempo: speed of the music, faster or slower Middle Ages o Gregorian Chant: Only one melody – no harmony, unison, no instruments o Mass: Catholic church service o Melismatic: many notes per syllable o Monophony: one voice, unison, chant o Motet: song with a mix of French poetry and Latin scripture – 1 fast line, 1 slow o Neumes: ancient music’s version of notes o Organum: early polyphony, evolved from Gregorian Chant, 2 voices o Polyphony: many voices, many accompaniments o Troubadours: traveling musicians Renaissance o Acapella: “in the church style,” unaccompanied vocal music o Imitation: same bar repeated in diferent voices, at diferent points in the song o Madrigal: Aristocratic form of poetry and music, courtly love story, text painting o Text Painting: showing the meaning of the word by the way it is sung Dynamic Markings o Tempo Grave = very slow Adagio = slow Andante = on the slow side Allegro = fast Presto = very fast o Volume pp pianissimo very quiet p piano quiet mp mezzo piano kind of quiet mf mezzo forte kind of loud f forte loud f fortissimo very loud Crescendo = gradually get louder Decrescendo = gradually get softer Subito Forte = suddenly get loud Subito Piano = suddenly get soft Sforzando = sudden accent Diference between treble and bass clef o Treble Clef = higher pitches o Base Clef = lower pitches Know instruments, their families, and how they produce sound o Chin rest: place on a violin or viola for the musician’s chin o Embouchure: the way a player applies their mouth to the mouthpiece o Endpin: pin on the bottom of a cello supporting it o Rosin: used on the bows of stringed instruments to make the sound clear o Strings Violin, viola, cello, double bass o Woodwinds Horn, trumpet, trombone, bass trombone, tuba o Brass Flute, piccolo, oboe, cor anglais, clarinet, bass clarinet, e flat clarinet, contrabass clarinet, bassoon, contrabassoon, saxophone o Percussion Tympani, percussion, harp, keyboards People to know: o Hildegard of Bingen During the Middle Ages A nun, poet, and musician A prophetess – had visions from the Holy Spirit to predict the future o Leonin During the Middle Ages Teacher at Notre Dame school Added the second melody to plain chant – to create organum o Perotin During the Middle Ages Teacher at Notre Dame school Added a third and fourth melody to plain chant – to create polyphony o Josquin des Prez During the Renaissance French origin, but most of his career in Italy Known for his very expressive music 100 motets, 17 masses, etc. o Palestrina During the Renaissance Music director a St. Peter’s in Rome Simplified the polyphony of the music so the words could be understood, but was still interesting to listen to Pope Marcellus Mass o Martin Luther During the Renaissance Horrified that the church was not following scripture exactly Started speaking out against it Started the Lutheran Church o Jacopo Peri During the Baroque Era Wrote the first real opera Dafne o Claudio Monteverdi During the Baroque Era Born in Cremona, Italy Published his first works at age 16 Composed operas for the Gonzaga family of Mantua o Henry Purcell During the Baroque Era English composer Wrote Dido and Aeneas and Dido’s Lament Famous for Lament Bass: descending bass line, repeating throughout
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