Elements of Music
Elements of Music MUS 1020
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Date Created: 07/17/16
August 22, 2016 Elements of Music Vocabulary: - Note/pitch: the smallest part of music - Phrase: a group of notes pr pitches that go together - Cadence: how we know a phrase is over (starting or stopping point of a phrase) o Two key indicators: Silences (rests, etc.) There is a big difference in what comes after a given phrase Elements of Music: 1. Melody: Pitches that go together a. Multiple cadences b. VOCAB: Melodic Motion i. 2 ways to describe it 1. Distance a. Close together (motion by step) b. Far Apart (motion by leap 2. Change in pitch a. Up b. Down c. VOCAB: Scales: building blocks of melody i. Major- brighter/happy ii. Minor- sad/darker 2. Harmony: more than one pitch happening at the same time a. VOCAB: Chord: 3 or more notes played at one time (can also be described as major or minor) 3. Rhythm: ordering of music through time a. VOCAB: Meter : underlying beats (generally in groups of 2’s or 3’s) 4. Texture: How many musical lines are going at the same time and which lines are the most important a. Monophonic: 1 sound (Gregorian chant/solo instrument) b. Homophonic: 1 line is more important than the rest (the MAJORITY of popular music) c. Polyphonic: lots of things happening and all are equally important
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