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Music 101- Week 6 Notes

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Notes on content from Prelude 4 and chapters 28 and 29 in The Enjoyment of Music; everything you need to know for class on Monday, October 10, 2016.
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Date Created: 10/08/16
Unit 3 The Enjoyment of Music- Prelude 4, “Music as Order and Logic”  The Enlightenment movement is popular during the classical period, stressing ideals of reason and logic at the core of human thinking.  Classical music mostly defined by the master of the Viennese School- Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, and their successor Franz Schubert. The Enjoyment of Music- Ch. 28, “Musical Conversations: Haydn and Classical Chamber Music”  Varying a theme’s melodic outline, rhythm, or harmony is considered thematic development.  A motive is a small melodic or rhythmic unit of a theme. When treated in sequence, it is repeated at higher and lower levels.  Absolute music is music where there is no prescribed text or story to hold the music together. Form is very important here.  The second movement of a multimovement cycle generally uses theme and variations, and is slow, lyrical, andante, or adagio. The Enjoyment of Music- Ch. 29, “The Ultimate Instrument: Haydn and the Symphony”  The Italian overture was an orchestral piece in three sections, fast-slow-fast. Usually first played to introduce an opera. These grew into symphonies, where the early German symphonists added “rocket themes”, gradual crescendos, and dance movements in the form of elegant minuets.  The classical orchestra is a mix of all the instrument families.  Classical orchestra uses a dynamic style of writing in which all instruments participate actively. 2


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