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MUL2010 week 4

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January 25 and january 27
Introduction to Music Literature
Class Notes
Music, Music literature
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tori Ruby on Friday January 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MUL2010 at University of Florida taught by Bargrizan,Navid in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 37 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Music Literature in Music at University of Florida.


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Date Created: 01/29/16
January 25, 2016 Kayhan Kalhor- NPR music tiny desk concert Black Sabbath- Heaven and Hell  Composition, performer, perception  What is rhythm? o The ways in which music is organized into distinct units of time o Pulse or beat (musical heartbeat that underlines the musical flow) o Measure/bar: organized groups of repeated beats o Downbeat vs. upbeat o Brian Ferneyhough- Lemma- Icon- Epigram  Music is meant to challenge the performer o Stravinsky- The Rite of Spring  What is harmony? o Simultaneous pitches o Homophony o Consonant vs. dissonant: degree of pleasantness o Chords o Triad: three simultaneous pitches o Tonic, dominant, subdominant chords Mozart’s symphony no. 40 in g minor  What is timber (tone color) o Quality of sound (ex. Voice vs. instrument) o Overtones, spectrum, harmonies, etc. January 27, 2016  What is musical form? o Overall shape or structure of a piece of music o Most common forms in the western art music  Binary (2 parts): AB Greensleeves Bach’s Bouree  Ternary (3 parts): ABA Jethro Tull’s jazz version of Bach’s Bouree Twinkle Twinkle Little Star  Rondo: A (refrain) B (episode) A C (episode) Beethoven’s Pathetique piano  Sonata: ABA: introduction, exposition, development, recapitulation, coda Mozart’s Eineklein Nacht Musik  Theme and variation Benjamin Bitten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra  Many others  What is texture? o The ways in which different musical parts fit together o Monophony: single musical line without accompaniment  Nezasa Shirabe o Polyphony: several simultaneous, independent lines o Canon: adding the same line over and over  Gustav Mahler Symphony no. 1 3 Movement o Homophony: melody plus chordal accompaniment o Heterophony: same melody performed slightly differently multiple time


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