Music 15 Week Five
Music 15 Week Five
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Date Created: 05/01/14
Music 15 Music Appreciation Week Five Romanticism I Art Song and the Commercial Composer Music 1820 1900 Congress of Vienna 1814 1815 o Redrew Europe 0 Rise of Nationalism Industrial revolution continues 0 Instrument industry grew Middle class is now a major economic force 0 Middle class now can make music A reaction against the rationality of the previous century 0 No more balance emotion gt cerebral 0 They looked back to a medieval poem 0 Focus on the individual and expression of the self Some important themes 0 Nationalism amp exoticism 0 Interest in the unknown I Folklore the supernatural powerful emotions 0 Man vs Nature More emotional than cerebral Extremely long or short works Unbalanced phrases Expanded orchestras and fuller sound Nationalism Middle Class More money and leisure time Music making became a popular hobby Could purchase instruments More music available Increase of printing Popular with women and children The Romantic Song 0 Popular in the 19th Century 0 Allowed for intimate personal expression 0 Combined music and poetry 0 Descriptive imagery and folk style 0 Performed in homes and salons by middleclass amateurs 0 SALON regular social gathering typically in a private home for the purpose of performing and discussing artistic Works as Well as other intellectual topics 0 More like a get together than a concert 0 LIED the German word for sing generally used to specify a short work for vocalist and piano accompaniment Plural Lieder 0 Lied forms 0 Poetry with one subject expressing a personal feeling or viewpoint I Strophic A section of music repeats with different Words each time 0 Poetry with narrative or dialogue I Through composer no large scale repetition the entire song is one large unit Franz Schubert 0 Bom in Vienna 0 Among the earliest Romantics 0 Wrote symphonies and chamber music Symphony 8 The unfinished 0 Best known for his Lieder o Wrote more than 600 songs 0 Focus on death 0 Suffered from syphilis 0 Erlkonig o Lied o 1 8 15 0 Text Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 0 Form Throughcomposed 0 Legend Erikonig I From Denmark I A little like the grim reaper 0 Setting Dark and stormy night 0 Four characters one singer I Narrator middle range I Father low range I Son high range I Erikonig middle range and change of tone I Piano horse 0 Romantic Themes I Supernatural I Folklore 0 SONG CYCLE A set of songs or Lieder Written by a composer as a set Typically connected by common musical and thematic elements Robert Schumann 0 Bom in Germany 0 Important both as composer and music scholarcritic 0 Married Clara Wieck a pianist and composer 0 Symphonies short piano Works Lieder 0 Later suffered from debilitating mental disorder 0 A Poet s Love 0 1840 Poems by Heinrich Heine Theme Different phases of a relationship from new love to bitter break up In the lovely month of May First of 16 songs Genre Lied Form strophe OOOOOOO How the Words is put to text I Each Verse rises to a climax I Unresolved feeling
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