16th Century Counterpoint

____ mode starts on D and its hypo____ mode starts on ( D is finalis) Dorian/Hypodorian ____ mode starts on E and hypo_____ starts on B (Finalis is E) Phyrigian and Hypophrygian Mode ____ mode starts on F and hypo____ starts on C (Finalis is F)  Lydian and hypolydian mode ________mode starts on G and hypo _______ starts on D Finalis is G Mixolydian and hypomixolydian ______ mode starts on A and hypo______ starts…

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16th and 18th century counter point, fugues, and forms vocab

Exposition opening section of a fugue, each of the voices states the subject or transposted version of the subject (called the answer). Subject Occurs in tonic key Answer Occurs in dominant key Real answer exact intervallic transpostion of the subject Tonal Answer Modified version of the subject, for purpose of conforming to the new tonal area Subject entries subject rested in various keys Countersubject secondary melody Transition (optional) prepares entrance…

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1370 Jazz Fundamentals

Pentatonic scale A five note scale. (five tones divide the octave) Minor Pentatonic Scale A minor 3rd below the major pentatonic scale Blues scales Pentatonic with the addition of a 6th scale tone Ascending Melodic Minor scale Raise the 6th and 7th Dorian Mel. Minor flat 2 Lydian-Augmented #4

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125D Final

Louis Moreau Gottschalk 1830 – 1870Bamboula 1845Banjo 1855 Stephen Foster 1830-1865Beautiful DreamerCamptown RacesJeannie With The Light Brown Hair Amy Beach 1865-1945Gaelic Symphony 1900 Saint Saens 1835-19203rd Symphony 1885 Bizet 1840-1875Carmen 1875 Debussy 1860-1920Le Damoiselle Elue 1890 Ravel 1875-1940Shaherezad 1900 Glinka 1805-1855Jota Aroganesa 1845 Mussorgsky 1840-1880Boris Gudunov 1870 Rimsky-Korsakov Russian 1845-1910Sadko 1900 Tchaikovsky 1840-18904th Symphony 1880 Wagner 1813-1883Die Walkure 1853Tristan und Isolde 1860 Verdi 1813-1900La Traviata 1853 Mahler 1860-19104th Symphony 1900…

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12.12.13 Music History essay.

At the Esterhazy court,haydn passed nearly 30 years in circumstances almost ideal for his development as a composer. This was ideal for Haydn because he didn’t have an opportunity to compare himself to others which allowed himto create his own individual style. Inorder to catch the joke we must understand the form, the genre and the convention that underlie them. How can such a statement be related to Haydn’s ideal…

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12.10.13 Music Hist. Date Sheet.

1780’s —–Piano Sonata in F major, K. 332, First movement Allegro Mozart String Quartet in E-flat Major, Op. 33, No. 2 (The Joke) 4th movement Presto, Joseph Haydn string quartet—-Piano Concerto in A major K. 488, First movement Allegro, Piano Concerto Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart —-Don Giovanni; Act 1, Scenes 1-2,opera (Drama Giocoso)Mozart —-Symphony No. 41 in C Major ( Jupiter) K. 551 Finale, Fourth movement, symphony, Mozart —-Symphony NO. 92…

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12.10.13.keywords. music hist

Da Capo Aria Where at the end of the section section, the performers return to the beginning fast section, making an ABA Form. with ritornellos in between each. ex. si, si ben mio Italian Cantata Vocal chamber work with continuo for solo voice with movements of aria/ recit set to lyrical or dramatic text. ex. Clori Vezzosa e bella Serenata Semi-dramatic piece of several singers and small orchestra for special…

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#11’s

Key:C Maj ;F# Key:;;Db Maj; G Key:;;;D Maj G# Key:;;;;Eb Maj A Key:;;;;E Maj A# Key:;;;;F Maj B Key:F# Maj C Key:;G Maj C# Key:;Ab Maj D Key:;A Maj D# Key:;Bb Maj E Key:;B Maj F

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112C

Double Aria Arias during this period consisted of two sections. A slow opening (1) and a (2) fast virtuosic ending (the ending is known as the cabaletta) Cabaletta The fast virtousic ending of a double aria Leitmotif German for “leading motiff” Musical idea, that relates to something which is usually representative of a character or idea. First used by Ricahrd Wanger Gesasmthkinstwerk Meaning total work of art. Incorporates all art mediums visual,…

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10 GCSE – AOS 3- Texture and Melody

Melody The Tune PItch how high or low the note is. Interval the gap in pitch between two notes. Scale a group of notes played in ascending or descending order Arpeggio playing the notes of a chord one by one. Conjunct melodies move mainly by step (next door notes like C-D) and sound smooth. Disjunct melodies use a lot of leaps (bigger intervals) rather than step movement. They will sound…

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