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MUS 165 Class notes week 6

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In class notes for this week. (Notes with very little notes emphasized days of intense listening)
The Enjoyment of Music
Galit Kaunitz
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Matthew Michael on Thursday September 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MUS 165 at University of Southern Mississippi taught by Galit Kaunitz in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see The Enjoyment of Music in Music at University of Southern Mississippi.


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Date Created: 09/29/16
Matthew Michael Dr. Kaunitz MUS 165 Forms Sonata Form - Widely used since the mid 1700s as the first movement of a multi movement work • Exposition - Introduction ofAand B themes, modulate to dominate key • Development - Fragmentation of themes and constant modulation • Recapitulation - Aand B themes come back in tonic key Scherzo - Joke; usually fast and humorous - Adapted from the minuet, and old dance form • (3/4, allegro) Order of Movements - Fast (sonata) - Slow (ternary) - Fast (scherzo) - Fastest (rondo) Matthew Michael Dr. Kaunitz MUS 165 European Music History Renaissance Era - 1400-1600 BCE - Complex polyphony, strange dissonances, and sacred text - Josquin was the first master of high renaissance vocal music - Consorts = groups of instruments with similar timbres Baroque - 1600-1750 - Polyphony became more cerebral, virtuosic, and complex. Bach took took Baroque to its height but many came before and behind him. Classical - Enlightenment - Equal distribution of wealth - Homophonic simplicity, clarity, and symmetry reflected the ideals of the time period. Classical Symphony - The length of a typical symphony was relatively short followed typical formal structure. Romantic - Complete opposite of classical ideals - Emphasis on emotion and individualism as well as glorification of all the past and nature, preferring the medieval rather than the classical. - Piano was the most versatile and popular instrument of the time - Music began to represent real ideas and things. • Orchestral Music - Orchestras became larger Piccolo, bass clarinet, tuba, contrabassoon, english horn • 20th Century - Fragmented, cold, academic - Beauty is not a priority


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