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Eras of music

by: Bryanna Lipscy

Eras of music TCORE 114A

Bryanna Lipscy
University of Washington Tacoma
GPA 3.54
Intro to Humatities
Kimberly Davenport

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from the Baroque period to the 20th-21st century
Intro to Humatities
Kimberly Davenport
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Bryanna Lipscy on Saturday January 17, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to TCORE 114A at University of Washington Tacoma taught by Kimberly Davenport in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 70 views. For similar materials see Intro to Humatities in OTHER at University of Washington Tacoma.

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Date Created: 01/17/15
Intro to humanities Vocabulary Concerto featured soloist with an orcastra Momnphonic one singular sound Polyphonic multiple sounds Oprahs musicals modern teling a story through music Symphony a piece of music for a orcastra Movement sections in a piece of music that has its own mood and tempo Senack form exposition development recapping the previous idea then introducing a new idea developing the ideathen again recapping the intro to bring it home again Classical Period Was more structured and simple History French revaluation Overthrowing the wealthy Scaled back music was more serious logic was more important To take a musical idea and expand it you must keep the basic structure then develop it Big orcastras were still used but had a simple texture Two toned textures musics Bigger but more simple music not at all shorter Romantic period 19th centurery 18201900 History Industrial revolution Wars and con ict Many different national styles Cities developed during the industrial revolution Mass production of instruments Cultural changes middle class could afford pianos Music got louder more people were involved New instraments We still don39t have the ability to record music Romantic era was more about self expression The 20th the 21St century The role of the composer in society became self employed and that was feasible by the big cities Publishing music was easier due to the ability to mass produce


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