Bellini “Casta Diva” from Norma
1831, Italian Serious Opera, singing style
Mendelssohn, Overture of a Midsummer’s Nights dream
1826, concert overture, musical image, Donkey
Chopin Polonaise op. 53 “Heroic”
1842, Piano Character piece, Piano Accompiament, Performing technique
Schubert, Gretchen am Spinnrade
1814, lied, Compositional technique, modified astrophic form
Liszt, Hungarian Rhapsody no. 6
1846, piano Character piece, compositional technique
sec 4: Friska
Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique, e de dix, 5th movement
1830, program symphony, compositional technique
New type of music brought in by Beetoven
Reaction to the “Enlightenment”
Heligenstadt Testament
Letter from Beetoven to his brother about being deaf.
Apotheosis Coda
Elevation of the hero
Ode to Joy
Type of joy in Beethoven symphony no. 9 first movement
Bel Canto
Beautiful singing used in Italian Opera
Entrance Aria
Ensemble finale
Finale at the end of the act of a comic opera
Absolute music
Instrumental music without extra idea
Program Music
Instrumental music with extra idea
Piano Character piece
Solo piano music with extra idea
Polish Dance music from Chopin
Music representing Night time
Concert Etude
Practice music used in Performance
Strophic form
Musical form, music repeated in every stanza
Started by Lizst, his type of concert
Phenomina, Europe tour that brought in many fans for Liszt
Idee Fixe
Melody that is unsymmetrical, depicted lady in Fantastique
Dies Irae
Catholic chant for the dead