Music As a World Phenomenon- Week 2 notes
Music As a World Phenomenon- Week 2 notes Mus 22121
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Date Created: 09/08/16
Music as a World Phenomenon Chapter 2, pg. 33 Week 2 Rhythm the length of sounds/silences everything has a rhythm Beat-Tempo Accent-making it louder, emphasizing a beat Meter Duple/Triple-emphasizing the 2 /3 beat Lucy in the sky with diamonds example- starts of in duple, chorus in triple Pink Floyd-Money example: 7 beats Free Rhythm- the pulse is there, but it’s not that apparent Your mind wanders Rhythmic Density- how many notes are happening at one time Indonesia example 1 is more rhythmically dense than the other Phonic Structure Monophony- when you have 1 line of music Polyphony- more than 1 line of music homophony-different lines of music playing but have the same melodic rhythm like lasagna-layers of pasta and different fillings but get all of it in 1 bite independent polyphony- singing a round Bach- fuges like spaghetti and meatballs Heterophony- simultaneous variations of the same line of music like a church congregation people start at different times, different notes doing their own thing loose Etc. Dynamics-the changes in loudness and softness in music has an emotional affect Form-the blueprint of music over time 12 bar blues-goes back to the beginning at the end Extra-musical associations history, religion, other art forms, etc
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