Introduction to Music
Introduction to Music MUS 100
Cal State Fullerton
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MUSIC 100 STUDY OUTLINE FOR EXAM 2 and Quiz 3 Listening Guides Classic and Romantic Eras BRING A SCANTRON FORM 882E for each test Quiz 3 will consist of 10 multiple choice questions based on the Listening excerpts from Listening guides 1938 2 points each 20 points total Exam 2 will consist of 50 multiplechoice questions covering chapters 59 1 point each 50 points total Terms and de nitions Be able to de ne identify the terms works groups and styles discussed in the text and class such as Classicperiod c 17501825 See p 229 for comparison of styles Viennese school chamber music Classical Symphony Classical Concerto Double exposition cadenza sonataallegro form Minuettrio Requiem Mass Oratorio opera seria opera buffa opera comique Singspiel recitative Moonlight Sonata Marriage of F igaro Eine Kleine Nachtmusik scherzo rondo Surprise Symphony Theme and variations Tempo ruba to The Banjo Romantic period c 18201900 absolute music program music liedsong cycle strophic throughcomposed public concert hall nationalism exoticism bel canto music dramaGesamtkunstwerk Leitmotif Madame Butter y The Nutcracker Erlking The Ring ofthe Nibelung The M oldau Rigoletto A German Requiem Die Walku39re nocturne impromptu ballet l9Lh century Idee39 fixe xed idea Symphonic ntastique A Poet 5 Love Verismo Composers Be familiar with their biographical outline music output and compositional style Be able to identify their compositions studied in class Haydn Berlioz Mozart Smetana Beethoven Dvorak Schubert Brahms Robert Schumann Verdi Clara Schumann Wagner Chopin Puccini Gottschalk Tchaikovsky Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel Liszt Amy Cheney Beach Listening Examples QUIZ 3 Be able to identify the pieces outlined in the Listening Guides 1938 in the text Hint It may be easier to classify the listening examples by genreperforming forces first Solo piano Beethoven Piano Sonata in CSharp Minor Op 27 No 2 Moonlight Solo Voice and Piano Chopin Polonaise in A major Schubert Erlking C Schumann Nocturne R Schumann In the Gottschalk The Banjo lovely month of May From A Poet s love Orchestral Haydn Symphony No 94 in G Major Surprise Opera solo voices orch Beethoven Symphony No 5 in C Minor Op 67 Mozart Marriage ofFigaro Berlioz Symphonie fantastique Puccini Madame Butter y Brahms Symphony No 3 in F Major Op 90 Verdi Rigoletto Smetana Hie Moldau Wagner Die Walku39re Tchaikovsky Hie Nutcracker Concerto solo inst and orchestra Choral Mozart Piano Concerto in G Major K 453 Brahms German Requiem Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel Strings only Under the Greenwood Tree Mozart Eine kleine Na chtmusrk a cappella
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