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Date Created: 01/23/15
Music 100 12015 What is music 0 noises o pleasing 0 made by humans Where is music 0 concert halls o dorm rooms 0 recording devices 6 Premieres that we will be looking at this semester Large Ensemble Words 0 L Orfeo Monteverdi first opera 0 1607 0 Italian 0 Messiah Handel Noon Concert on a Tuesday 0 1742 0 Dutch 0 Symphony No 9 Beethoven o 1824 o Symphonie Fantastique Berlioz o 1830 o Rite of Spring Stravinsky o 1913 0 TBA UMass Composers o 2015 Introductions 0 Name 0 Major Dream Job 0 One musical fact about you 0 Late work 0 quizzes you can make up 0 Listening logs you get 12 credit 0 papers CAN NOT BE LATE IT WILL BE A O c all music will be available on moodle Music 100 12215 Lecture 2 what is style 0 the thing that makes some music sound different from other music 0 Monet Sunrise 0 impressionism 0 what makes it different from sculptures or drawings I the materials are different 0 How is his painting different from other paintings I brush strokes are different I colors are different I amount of paint used I content what it is actually of Musical Parameters 0 Music Sound 0 sound is not a wave but rather particles being pushed towards you o amplitudes I quieter and louder I dinamics I not truly a dynamic thing 0 Frequency I when it is low frequency it is low and high frequency is high I timbre things sound different then other things 0 overtones and undertones created by frequency 0 even when making the same notes it still sounds different 0 when overtones are removed they sound more similar and more computerized I you need at least 3 overtones to recognize a sound I Pitch o octaves I Scales 0 half steps 0 if the rungs of the ladder are next to each other then you have a half step 0 chromatic scale 0 use all twelve steps of the ladder 0 pattern of steps the mode Major or minor I minor is lower and sadder sounding o The Key letter of first note AG I tonality o 1 note home 0 base of the scale and top of the octave o at the top of the ladder and where we want to go o hierarchy I Atonal a song with no home pitch Music in between tones video 0 two main toning methods 0 slendro toning I 5 different pitches I always evenly spaced out within an octave Summary 0 frequency controls pitch 0 overtones control the timbre o ladder and scale creates the mode 0 the starting note is the key or the home Music is also sound through time 0 meter is the repeating pattern 0 some are long and some are short 0 some are accented and some are not 0 how many beats per measure I 44 four beats per measure I three beats per measure 0 no meter 0 medieval 20th century 0 free jazz 0 nonwestern rhythm is specific pattern of passage tempo is how fast or slow the meter happens Hony 0 most of the stuff we are going to look at are going to be using 3 s and 4 s and nothing we learned today 0 what we are going to be able to talk about 0 texture I monophony 1 line 1 sound 1 melody I heterophony 1 line plus embellishments 0 least important I polyphony more than one important line O O O 0 really important 0 imitative polyphony I homophony 1 line accompaniment 0 really important harmony I 2 or more notes at once I 3 or more notes is a cord I consonance and dissonance o consonance sounds good together 0 dissonance sounds like they don39t go together Instrumentation what are we hearing Form voice 0 timbre of the voice percussion wind Strings O O 0 00000 operatic clear without vibrato nasal Drums membranophones other idiophones I symbols I triangles I shakers Brass I lips cause the starts of the vibration woodwind I saxophones I flute guitar violin piano plucked pluck the string alone mallets use something to pull the strings melodic structure 0 where does the repetition happen structure of whole piece 0 Large scale forms 0 O setofvana ons just A and B 0 Mandy repeats of A with other ABACADA
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