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Test 1 Intro to Fine Arts Nelms Spring 2011 Study guide Listen and identify Palestrina Pope Marcellus Mass Handel Messiah Bach B Minor Mass Stravinsky Rite of Spring Hawkins Body and Soul Questions on some were covered in class some are in the power points used in class and some are in the textbook 1 Canon Canonical a an accepted principle or rule b a criterion or standard ofjudgment c a body of principles rules standards or norms 2 Review the introduction in the textbook and the power point introduction Describing Music 0 MONOPHONIC Unaccompanied melody o HOMOPHONIC Melody with simple accompaniment o HETEROPHONIC Two or more performers render the same melody simultaneously with different embellishments o POLYPHONIC Two or more fully independent melodies at the same time o DODECAPHONIC All 12 notes in the Chromatic scale have the same value No tonal center 20th Century innovation Elements of music 0 Melody o Rhythm 0 Harmony 0 Timbre 0 Texture 0 Form Types of musical instruments 0 Idiophones o Membranophones o Aerophones o Chordophones o Electrophones 3 innovations from the Renaissance and Baroque eras that changed how we see think and hear 0 See Perspective Grid 3D 2D 0 Think Printing Press no longer have to memorize 0 Hear Equal Temperament all notes same distance apart mathematically Bach s B Minor Mass in class discussion of what Bach was probably trying to communicate to the listener in the Kyrie the Gloria first section and the Credo The Rite ofSpring What is unique about this work and its history Can t tap your foot to it not in equal temperament Picasso Jazz and improvisation Can easily be improvised Fitzgerald singing improvising with band video Vincent Van Gogh Paul Gauguin Paul Cezanne Post Impressionists revolutionized the way we saw the world quotArt s Angry Young men Rhythmic innovations in jazz blues rock music in the 20th century Oratorio opera without sets or costumes cheaper choir performs Opera Text painting Teenage mutant ninja turtles and the Renaissance o Donatello 0 Leonardo o Michelangelo o Rafael Isadora Duncan creator of modern dance Pythagoras Pythagoreanism mathematical relationships were universal Aesthetics branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of beauty art and taste and with the creation and appreciation of beaut Guido 1 First to write music 2 Invented music notation 3 Sol fege quotdo re mi fa sol la ti doquot N 4 N U39I N 0391 N l Islam and music Classicism reinventing central ideas Baroque era sculptors Lorenzo Bernini Pierre Puget Antoine Coysevox Bach s Well Tempered Clavier keyboard 0 collection of solo keyboard music 0 all 24 major and minor keys 0 quotFor the profit and use of musical youth desirous of learning and especially for the pastime of those already skilled in this studyquot Cervantes wrote Don Quijote Shakespeare of Spain Aristotle and theatre Aristotle s Theory of Tragedy C 3 p 98 99 to evaluate the performance 0 Plot 0 Character ThoughtIdeas Diction Music sound 0 Spectacle Ballet Plots came from mythology Simple amp controlled with symmetrical amp harmonious gesture Dominant thinkers ofthe various eras Caravaggio Visual Art changed thinking of Baroque Era influenced motion pictures lime light quotspotlightquot Man is the measure of all things A turning point for Nijinsky was his meeting Sergei Diaghilev a celebrated and highly innovative producer of ballet and opera as well as art exhibitions who concentrated on promoting Russian visual and musical art abroad particularly in Paris Nijinsky and Diaghilev became lovers for a time and Diaghilev was heavily involved in directing and managing Nijinsky s career In 1909 Diaghilev took a company of Russian opera and ballet stars to Paris featuring Nijinsky and Anna Pavlova The season of colorful Russian ballets and operas works mostly new to the West was a great success It led Diaghilev to create his famous company the Ballets Russes with choreographer Michel Fokine and designer L on Bakst The Paris seasons of the Ballets Russes were an artistic and social sensation setting trends in art dance music and fashion for the next decade The most common song form in popular music in the US Recitativearia Rock in 8ths ShuffleSwing Funk 16th
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