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Musical Style

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Musical Style 15354 - MUS 100 - 01

Emily Liescheidt
Introduction to Music Literature
Kimberly A Veenstra

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This week discusses different styles of music as well as a variety of listening skills.
Introduction to Music Literature
Kimberly A Veenstra
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emily Liescheidt on Sunday September 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 15354 - MUS 100 - 01 at Grand Valley State University taught by Kimberly A Veenstra in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 88 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Music Literature in Music at Grand Valley State University.

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Date Created: 09/27/15
Musical Style 1 Music has a long past 1 Historical periods Middle ages 4001400 The Renaissance 14001600 The Baroque Era 16001750 The Classic Era 1750 1800 The Romantic Era 18001900 The 20th Century 1900 present 97915905 Individual Style 1 Bach vs Telemann both from Baroque Era 2 Mozart vs Haydn Classic Era 3 Chopin vs Rachmaninoff Romantic Era Chapter 3 1 Three types of Listening 1 2 3 Unconscious Hearing music without realizing itmuzak 1 Loud enough to hear elevator music Passive Hearing music in the background 1 music while doing other things 1 Le homework Active listening Full engagement on music while it s playing 1 no other focus 2 Listening strategy 1 2 before listening to the piece 1 read through the overview 2 read though the listening guide while listening to the piece 1 Follow along with the listening guide 3 Things to listen for 1 2 3 N997 Overall sound 1 describe the mood use other expressive words rhythmic character describe the patterns describe the movement of the song notable dynamic changes 1 note how the dynamics change in major parts of the song Text always read any words that come with a piece 1 it explains the meaning of the piece being played Performance style describe the professional level Tempo and meter describe speed of music and the meter of the music Form Binary vs ternary Aaron Copland know him Fanfare for the Common Man Duke Ellington composer pianist band leader It Don t Mean a Thing WA Mozart Minuet and Trio from Symphony No 18 in F major A section is minuet B section is trio A section is minuet ABA Standard Jazz combo will have a rhythm section bass percussion piano 32 bar song form song has 32 measures in it Terms to know passive listening Unconscious listening active listening movement minuet symphony swing scat singing beat 0 meter 1 key 9 NS 39gtFD37


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