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MUL2010 March 14 and 16

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Notes over music and love taken in class
Introduction to Music Literature
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tori Ruby on Saturday March 19, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MUL2010 at University of Florida taught by Bargrizan,Navid in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Music Literature in Music at University of Florida.


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Date Created: 03/19/16
March 14, 2016  Wagner- Tristan and Isolde (end of first act) o Schopenhauer’s philosophy- the world as will and representation o Phenomenon vs. Neumenon  Phenomenon: world of appearance; desires  Neumenon: world of essence; what we need to reach o Salvation through love o Love is a recurring topic in the Romantic era  Music and love o Love is infinitely varied: love for family/friends, god, country, etc. o Ancient Greeks grouped love into four categories  Philia (friendship)  Xena (social hospitality)  Agape (idealized love)  Eros (sensual love) o Love has always been a favorite topic for musicians  Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (1991), based on French folk tale  Something There from the film’s soundtrack  Unattainable love in the middle ages o Medieval France, troubadours (female trobaritz) and trouveres (female trouversses), the poet/musicians, developed an entire tradition of song and poetry cataloguing love’s many aspects, particularly unattainable love o Bernard de Ventadorn’s Can vei la luzeta mover  Unattainable love in the Renaissance o Polyphonic love songs intended for entertainment o Je Ne Pius Vivre Aingy Toujours by Antonin Bushouys (1430-1450) March 16, 2016  Obsessive love o Franz Schubert (1797-1828) o Lieder  Gretchen am Spinnrade (Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel)  Form  Text from Wolfgang Gvethe’s play Faust o Seduction and obsession  How is this presented in text and context?  How is this presented by the musical text (texture, tempo, harmony, etc.)  Unrequited love o Hector Berloiz (1803-1869) o Embodied the “romantic” ideal in his live and in art, no separation between the two o Expanded orchestral expectations the way instruments and instrument combinations were used  Symphony Fantastique (1830) o Programmatic symphony  5 movements o Idée fixed (fixed idea)- recurrent theme  Thread that unifies the movements  Brass, low winds, percussion  Represents… THE BELOVED  Woman named Harriet Smithson o Physiological and psychological sickness  Love and betrayal o Giacomo Puccini (Italian, 1858-1924) o Madame Butterfly (opera) (1904)


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