MusicSociety Modern Wrld (D)
MusicSociety Modern Wrld (D) IAH 241A
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Date Created: 09/19/15
Exam 2 Review Listening portion Composer title of piece and date it premiered Seven short answer Things to know Gallant term they used for cool music Used in the 1700s Cool new style of music 0 Characteristics light simple melody easy to listen to accessible to all people catchy Mozart Beethoven Sinfonia a purely instrumental piece that begins a larger work 0 Overture to an opera 0 Fastslowfast o Eventually turned into what we now know as a symphony Symphony instrumental piece that has four movements 1st movement sonata 2Ml movement slow 3ml movement minuet and trio 4th movement rondo Beethoven changed the traditional form by changing the minuet into a scherzo He used really big codas 0 SEE CHART Sonata form first movement of a symphony o Exposition 0 Developmental o REcapualtion 0 SEE CHART Know each part Scherzo faster tempo more dance like music Rondo Fourth movement 0 Sectional piece of music that has reoccurring themes in episodes Coda on quiz and in notes Beethoven 17701827 Born in Bonn Germany 0 Early period developing himself as composer moved to Vienna wrote a lot ofpiano Late of early period is when he had crisis and found out he was going deaf 00000 O 0 Middle period reputation was growing getting more deaf longer works symphony no 3 and 5 0 Late period personal isolation political repression wrote for connoisseurs not the general public 0 Beethoven is significant I cultural icon reputation before and after death I immediate popularity I works are core of symphonic repertoire 0 all later composers compared to him demanded attentive listening invites interpretation musica as a discipline study analyze explain composed for the sake of music not for a atron archetype of romanic composer suffering and triumph believed himself to be musical victory 9th Symphony premiered in May 7 18 24 in Karntertor Theater in Vienna I Beethoven s most famous work I About his creative musical process quottuningquot introduction exposing themses and rejecting them Ode to Joy was final movement had to get thoughts out before deaf Symphony within a symphony Fourth movement written by friedrich schiller in 1785 Read ode to joy on ANGEL Different from other symphony o Switched movements 0 Use of chorus and solosits 0 Fourth movement not rondo mini symphony 0 Use of instrumental quotrecitativequot o Romanticism O O O O 0 Artists are wisonaries prophets or seers Infinite longing the ideal and unattainable perfection Self sacrifice more valuable than life itself Passionate love drugs mysticism fiction fantasy intimate o Hector Berlioz 0 000000 Paris conservatory in France Music was programmatic and inspired by love 18031869 romatic French composer son ofa wealthy doctor longing for harriet Smithson music inspired by his many unfulfilled relationships Program music vs Absolute music I Absolute musicians believe that music should be able to express itself I Programmic music 0 Programmatic music 0 Absolute music 0 Symphonie Fantastique December 5 1830 O O KNOW THE PROGRAM Berlioz supported program I Wanted the audience to interpret the music in his way Critique read the reviews and know whatpeople thought of the performances People hated programmatic music Id e fixe obsession or fixed thought musical idea Georges Bizet 0 From France 0 LOOK AT NOTES Modernism has to do with change in world in 1800 Post 1850s 0 New technology steam engine more advance communication weapons telegraphs resulted in globalism which resulted in Nationalism which is patriotism for your country 0 Changing strange world 0 Industrial revoution o Nationalism resulted in the FrancoPrussian war Franco Prussian war Carmen Premiered 1875 Modernism had a change in time Women worked in industry and women were smoking cigarettes o Controversial vulgar suggestive and violent I quotamoral herioine I 1st time anyone had taken opera to that level I bizet refuse to revise it Realism portrayal of reality not fantasized 0 Poverty sickness misery emotion loss seX cigarettes etc Real life Richard Wagner 18131883 0 Lived in Germany 0 Extremely opinionated I Nationalisticessence of german culture I Gesamtkustwerk total or collective artwork I Wagnerians modeled after Beethoven pointing to a new way with music growing from the traditional 0 Musical Characteristics I Included traditional german folklore I Connection to humble people realism concerns love fear I Supernatural events and characters I Chormaticism I Emphasis on inner voices all voices equal to make music complete I Novel orchestral colors 0 The Ring Cycle I Premiered in 1876 in four different parts I Wagners most famous works I 4 musical dramas o das Rheingold 0 die walkkure o Siegfried o Gotterdammerung I Most famous scenes 0 Ride of the Valkyries
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