Rock to Bach Test 1

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Rock to Bach Test 1 1/15 Ray Charles-What I’d Say. -1959 -Call to response -The Raeletts (background voices) Why Rock? (p.1 of text) 1. Blues-B.B. King-How Blue Can You Get 2. Country-Brooks and Dunn-Little Miss Honky Tonk 3. Rock-Bruce Springsteen-Born in the USA 4. Jazz-Count Basie-The Kid From Red Bank 5. Rock-Keith Sweat-Don’t Stop Your Love 6. Folk-Peter, Paul, and Mary-Lemon Tree 7. Musical Theatre-Hairspray-Good Morning to Baltimore 8. Classical-Dmitri Shastakorich 9. Latin-Gloria Estefan-Rhythm Is Gonna Get You 10. Gospel-Acapella-Special Kind of Love 11. Jazz- Henry Conick Jr.-Come By Me 12. Rock-The Coasters-Charlie Brown 13. Musical Theatre Music is sound, but is also silence. Music is beautiful sounds, but it also can be noisy. Music is an aural phenomenon that exists in times…moves through time…and can use silence. Studies in Sound. The Basics.
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Pulse(beat). Bar(Grouping of beats)-Duple(2)-(strong-weak) or Triple(3)(strong-weak-strong) Phrase-cohesive pattern of musical thoughts, described in terms of groups of bars. Concept of cadence…resting places. Weak cadence-music seems like it wants to continue. Strong cadence-music seems like it wants to stop. Basic Building Process-Pulse, Bar, Phrase. 1/17 Beat is a pulse. Meter (duple or triple) Bars (2,3, or 4 beats) Phrase (in terms of bars) Cadence (strong or weak) Eagles: Hotel California-duple, 4 beats. The Elements of Music Musical Term Scientific Term Pitch Frequency Duration(time) Duration Loudness(dynamics) Intensity Tone Quality(Timbre) Waveform Pitch Organization -Horizontal Pitch Organization-a melody -Melody is created by consecutive pitches -Interval is distance between two notes -Octave-special interval in which the upper pitch duplicates the lower pitch -Scale-fills in the notes with an octave. Ex. Major, minor, whole-tone, pentatonic
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Rock primarily uses major and minor scales. -the note that the scale begins on identifies its tonality or key. -key of C major – C D E F G A B C -key of Eb major- Eb F G Ab Bb C D Eb Melodies can have a small range or large range; can be conjunct (basically move by steps) or disjunct (basically move by skips). -Vertical Pitch Organization-harmony -Harmony is created by simultaneous pitches -Interval is two pitches played together -Chord is three or more pitches played together -Chord Progression is movement from one chord to the next and creates harmony Chords filling in the pitches of an octave 1-3-5 Tonic (the I chord) 2-4-6 3-5-7 4-6-8 Subdominant (the IV chord) 5-7-2 Dominant (the V chord) 7-2-4 Duration (time)-the materials, the building blocks of rhythm -pulses -bars (measures) -rhythmic patterns (created by the length of individual notes) Loudness-intensity or dynamics Tone Quality(timbre)-brass, woodwinds, strings, percussion, keyboards, voice. Texture-thick versus thin; monophonic(one line-melody only); homophonic(melody plus
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