MUL2010 Chapter 2 Notes
MUL2010 Chapter 2 Notes MUL2010
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MUL 2010 Chapter 2 Pulling Apart Music 0 Melody 0 Harmony 0 Rhythm 0 Texture 0 Timbre 0 Form 0 Text vocals Melody I t the notes or pitches are connected step Wise 0 t the notes are disconnected and further apart skip Wise 0 Pitches are measured in Hertz Hz 0 Scale organization of pitches based on their relationships to each other O 12 parts and 1 octave that is equivalent to 8 steps 0 brighter sound ordered by WWHWWWH W Whole H half note 0 darker sound includes 3 types I Natural WHWWHWW I Melotic I Harmonic Melodic Arch the trajectory or movement of the music I tells you Where the starting pitch of D0 is NonWestern Melody 0 India uses the similar to the scale Do RE MI 0 There are thousands of ragas due to slight differences on the emphasis of pitches 0 Unlike Western system of measuring pitches in Hz and each pitch having a set measurement Raga s can vary Rhythm 0 The atomic way to organize musical time I base unit to measure rhythm that can be subdivided or augmented groups of beats proportion of beats per measure Time Signature indicates the meter used in the music speed of the music Non Western Rhythm Balinese Gamelam small layers of beats that interlock also known as Harmon Notes correlating to the scales of the melody Harmony unfolds all at once vertically Melody unfolds over a period of time horizontally series of 3 skips Do Mi Sol 0 Do Tonic and 801 Dominant Cadence concluding harmonic gesture Timbre Teaem brea The color quality of music Determined by 0 Size of instrument 0 How the instrument was made 0 How the sound is produced Texture Form H ow the music fits together same sound at the same time single melody altogether many independent lines at the same time melody With harmony mono and poly same melody With a slight delay in the 2rld voicesound Overall structure of the music 2 parts AB 3 partssections ABA reoccurring refrain ABBABBABB continually changing ABCDEFG Popular Music uses 0 32 bar song form 0 12 bar blues 0 Bar form AAB Combining Form and Texture yields Genre
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