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by: Ezequiel Kub

PercussionEnsemble MUSC113

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ezequiel Kub on Wednesday September 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MUSC113 at Drexel University taught by BruceKaminsky in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 48 views. For similar materials see /class/212237/musc113-drexel-university in Music at Drexel University.


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Date Created: 09/23/15
Introduction to Music Midterm 2 Review I Part 4 Classical period 17501820 Political and economic power shifted to the middle class from the aristocracy and the Church The prospering middle class in the classical period sought aristocratic luxuries such as theater literature and music Reason vs faithSteam Engine Revolutions Napoleon A Style 0 Melodies are tuneful and easy to remember Compositions uctuate in mood A classical composition has a wealth of rhythmic patterns Homophonic texture The development of the piano End of Basso Continuo B Terms Classical Symphony Form Fast Slow Dance like Fast Sonata Form Exposition Development Recapitulation Theme and variation musical idea is repeated several times and changed each time lVIinuet Movement in 3A time Rondo ABACABA Classical Concerto Three movement work for instrumental soloist and orchestra Cadenza unaccompanied showpiece within the concerto for the soloist Sonata piece for unaccompanied instrumentalist Chamber Music for the intimate setting of a small room String quartet sonata F or tepiano Keyboardcould play softly and loudly and replaced the harpsichord Classical Orchestra Consisted of strings pairs of woodwinds horns trumpets and timpani WP ws w C Listening 0 Haydn Surprise Symphony 94 in G Major 2quotd movement theme and variation 243 httpwwwyoutubecomwatchvCgXtKCngNA 0 Mozart Eine Kline Nachtmusik 3rd movement K 252 minuet 249 httpwwwyoutubecomwatchv5warfN 01 0 Beethoven String Quartet in C minor Op 18 No 4 41h movementrondo 31 httpwwwvoutubecomwatchv0E3OUVVD7dUampfeaturerelated 0 Beethoven Symphony 5 in C Minor symphony 317 H Part 5 Romantic Period 18201900 Inspired mostly by nature with a fascination with fantasy the exotic romantic love nationalism and the Middle Ages Larger orchestras Expanded harmonies dynamics and rhythms Freelance musicians outside of the patronage mold With revolution came depleted aristocracy to fund the arts Classical vs Progressive Romantic composers Both in uenced by Beethoven A Terms Program Music ProgrammaticInstrumental music associated with a story poem and idea Arts SongComposition for solo voice and piano Strophic F ormrepeating the same music for each stanza of a poem Through composed writing new music for each stanza Etudea study to help performer master technical difficulties RomanceShort lyrical piece for piano or solo instrument and piano accompaniment Nocturne night piece slow lyrical intimate composition for piano Nationalism The deliberate intent to draw creative inspiration from the composer s own homeland The use of folk melodies The citizen s sense of national identify and patriotic feelings were intensified by romanticism which glorified love for one s national heritage common bonds of language culture and history and military resistance to Napoleon The Russian 5 Mussorgsky RimskyKorsakovBorodin Cui Balakurev Leitmotifa short musical idea associated with a person or an object B Listening 0 Franz Schubert Austrian The ErlkingA11 Song 342 httpwwwyoutubecomwatchve40Mm8baD7Aampfeaturerelated 0 Clara Schumann German Romance in E Flat Minor Romance 352 httpwwwvoutubecomwatchvhah2bZYUXc o Chopin Polish Nocturne in E Flat Major Nocturne356 httpwwwyoutubecomwatchv9eeva5NIX 2 o Mendelssohn German Concerto for Violin lst Mov t Concerto4 1 httpwwwyoutubecomwatchve05AKVhICTk o Berlioz French SymphonieFantastique 4mmov tMarch To The Scaffold Program Music 47 http www youtube comwatchvBb7BJ 27LAlo o Smetana Czech The Moldau Nationalism411 httpwwwyoutubecomwatchvCMUJhXnXok o Dvorak Symphony 9 First Movement AfricanNative American In uence418 httpwwwyoutubecomwatchVOAXCy3YS54 o Brahms Symphony 3 in F Major Used by Santana and Dave Matthews 42 http www youtube comwatchVXt DEcth j Yampfeaturerelated o Puccini Italian La Boheme Aria 429 httpwwwvontnhe mm watchVzJKu12VXSTYquot 39 1amplistPLOED0228D246E 4338 at 120 o Wagner German Die WalkureLeitm0tif430 http WWW youtube com watch VnWMwndlr70kampfe ature related


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