Music 15 - Week 9 Notes
Music 15 - Week 9 Notes
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Date Created: 05/30/14
Game Plan Music 15 Week 9 0 New Paper Due Date 65 0 Reduced length requirement now 45 pages 0 Final study guide posted 0 Reduced listening list 0 Very straightforward The Ballet Russes 0 Founded in Paris by Serge Diaghilev the ba11et s impresario producer 0 Russian and French musical in uences 0 Employed many great dancers and choreographers of the day 0 Many modernist productions Igor Stravinsky 0 Russian later lived in France and America LA 0 While not particularly known in Russia he moved to Paris 0 Stravinsky s The Rite of Spring 0 OOOO La Sacre du Printemps 1913 Ballet Later mostly a concert work Nijinsky choreographed Ballet Russes ExoticismPrirnitivism I Extensive use of Russian folksong I Pagan rituals of Ancient Russia sacrifice Experts from Part 1 I Musical elements 0 Revolutionary use of rhythm 0 Changing beat organization 0 Shifting accents o Intentionally frustrating expectations 0 Dissonance 0 Polytonal more than one tonic at the same time 0 Blocks of music repeating 0 Expressionism O OOOOO Artistic trend to portray dark side of unconscious Munch art ka lta literature freud psychoanalysis Musical expressionism jarring chaotic Wide leaps Extremely high amp low notes Extremely dissonant Arnold Schoenberg 0 1871 1951 0 Leader of Second Viennese School 0 Ca 1921 invented the 12 tone method of composition aka serialism 0 Can t play another note until you played all 12 0 Atonal 0 Music that is not tonal even antitonal o No tonic no home pitch 0 No major or minor 0 Pitches not related to each other or to a tonic 0 Result pitches sound as though randomly chosen 0 Emancipation of the Dissonance o Dissonance is freed from old rules that regulated when and how dissonance is allowed so that It can occur in music without restraint or resolution 0 Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire 0 Song cycle 21 movements Text by Belgian poet Albert Giraud Based on the stock character Pierrot A naive and eccentric clown 5 players 8 instruments Use of 2 new musical techniques I Klangforbenmelodie OOOOO 0 Klang tone 0 Farben color 0 Melodie melody 0 20th century technique in which the individual notes of a melody are distributed among different instruments I Sprechstimme 0 German for spoken voice 0 A vocal style in which a melody is spoken in approximate pitches to a specified rhythm 0 Invented by Arnold Schoenberg 0 European Modernism Summary 0 Debussy Prelude to the Afternoon of a faun I Impressionism I Symbolism I Exotic scales I Orchestral colors I Floating sensations o Stravinsky The Rite Of Spring I Primitivism I Exoticism I Polytonality I Rhythm I Repeated chord o Schoenberg Pierror Lunaire I Expressionism I Atonality I Klangfarbenmelodie I Sprechstimme
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