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Music: Questions for Test 1 and Chapter 10 part 2

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These are notes taken in the fourth week of class. Topics include sample questions from Brian Hodges for the first test and the second half of notes from chapter 10
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Date Created: 09/14/16
Music: Sample Questions for Test 1  What instrument uses a slide? o Trombone  What family does it belong to? o Brass  What is a scale? o Sequential range of notes based on a pattern of hole and half steps  What is an octave? o Range of 8 notes – a specific interval  What nun wrote chant and poetry? o Hildegard of Bingen  What does monophonic mean? o One voice/line of music – no harmony  Who was a French medieval composer of motets? o Jos Quin  Which two sting instruments use an endpin? o Cello and Double Bass  Where does the percussion sit on a stage? o In the back (it is the loudest)  Who was Martin Luther? o Protested against the Catholic church o Started the Lutheran/Protestant church  How does an oboe make sound? o With a double reed Music: Chapter 10 – Instrumental Baroque Music (Part 2)  Venice, Italy o Very wealthy city  Lots of artists and musicians  Lots of parties and drinking  Many children born out of wedlock  Put in orphanages  Ospedale o Pieta  A famous Ospedale  The wealthy parents supported the orphanage  Music school was very successful – the children there were amazing musicians o Not as controlled by the church  Instruments could be played in church service o St. Mark’s Church  Balconies on either side of the building  Split the choir and orchestra onto both sides – cool effect  Hired their own musicians and singers to perform at the church service  Gabrieli Family  Composed music for the church  Introduced a different style of church music with instruments  O Magnum – Disc 1: Track 15  Antonio Lucia Vivaldi o Called “the red priest”  Had bright red hair  Was a priest on the side o His father was a musician o Proficient on the violin at a young age o Hired as a musician by St. Marks o Hired as a teacher at Pieta  Eventually in charge of the entire music school there  Used the violin concerto to instruct his students  3 movements – fast, slow, fast  Wrote over 400 concertos o Set the standard  Gave other instruments the solo part (other than the violin)  Concerto in G Major – Disc 1: Track 23 and 24  Cadenza: soloist’s time to shine o At the very end of the song - Finale o Completely improvised by the soloist (in the early stages) o Can be short or very long o Publishing  Published his works in Amsterdam, rather than Venice  More centrally located in Europe  More people would see it  Influenced J.S. Bach o The Four Seasons  One of the most famous pieces in history  Collection of 4 concertos  Each represents a different season  Poetry that goes with each season  Programmatic: the music is trying to tell a story


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