MUSC 106 - Class Notes - 11.29.07

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MUSC 106: Class Notes 11/29/07 Last Class Ex. 1: Trumpet playing sounds like vocals, not the other way around. Ex. 2: “Cherokee” is an example of Swing; “Koko” is an example  Final exam 60% cumulative, 40% new material. 75 Short answers. Questions worth 2 points each, so total number possible is 150. Exam 2 1. Eastern Jewish folk music: Klezmer. 2. A change from one key area to another is an 3. A rama in which music is the essential factor is an opera. 4. the study of all music outside the European tradition is ethnomusicology. 5. All the non-spoken sound during a film is called the soundtrack. 6. Three characteristics of folk music. a. Oral tradition b. Not written down c. Everyday life 7. Neely Bruce was the accompaniment  8. Two instruments in the Balinese Gamelan a. Xylophone b. Gong 9. The townspeople in the opera “I Pagliacci” form a coval ensemble called a chorus. 10. What was the tecture of the Majler song” I think they’ve gone out” that we heard twice in  class? a. Soprano b. Orchestra 11. A disagreeable effect produced by certain intercals is called 12. Music consisting of a single melodic line is called monophony 13. A vocal style designed to imitate and emphasize natural inflections of speech is called 14. Multiple lines of music played at the same time is called counterpoint.
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course MUSC 106 taught by Professor Aldridge during the Fall '07 term at SUNY Oneonta.

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