Rock to Bach Test 3

Rock to Bach Test 3 - Rock to Bach Test 3 Art Rock Part I P...

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Rock to Bach Test 3 Art Rock: Part I P. 258 in the book - Roots of Art Rock -Classical music -Musical theatre. .(poperetta, combining opera and pop) - Listening to classical music -Presents new challenges compared to many other types of music. -Length -Pace -More Instrumental than vocal -Can be musically dense, filled with many ideas -Why bother? -Because it's "classical" -To see what the buzz is about -To find out why classical music listeners feel rewarded with repeated listening - Sections of the orchestra -Strings, -Violins, violas, cellos, basses -Woodwinds -Flute, oboes, clarinet, bassoons -Brass -Trumpet, French Horn, trombones, Tubas -Percussion -Timpani, snare drum, triangles, cymbals, xylophones, chimes, etc. -Soprano -Alto -Tenor -Bass - The Conductor "Maestro" -"Chicago Symphony Orchestra" - Sir Georg Solti -Pictures at an Exhibition "The Great Gate of Kiev" - Modest Mussorgsky - Periods of music History -Medieval (200-1450) -Renaissance (1450-1600) -Baroque (1600-1750) -Classic (1750-1820) -Romantic (1820-1900) -Contemporary (1900- present) - Stylistic Poles -Romanticism -Strangeness, wonder, ecstasy -Artistic work exists as a means of self-expression -Content is of supreme importance -Classicism
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-Order, poise, serenity, stability -Artistic work exists in its own right -The form is of supreme importance -Classic compared to romantic musical traits -Melody, Harmony, rhythm and form -Romantic appears or sounds to be freer, less restricted and less inhibited than classic -Beethoven "Symphony #5 - Mvt. 4" (excerpt) - Some familiar Names -Classic Composers -Haydn -Mozart -Beethoven -Romantic Composers -Tchaikovsky -Brahms -Chopin -Liszt -Verdi -Puccini -Mahler - The World of Romanticism. . (1820-1900) - Musical Developments -Rise of entrepreneurial skills -(composing, conducting, performing, publishing, touring/management -Birth of technical display -Maurice Ravel's La Valse Davide Cabassi, pianist -Growth of the "mystique" of the composer -Public demand for uniqueness, musical invention, new ways of expressing feelings… -"exoticism" -Rise of musical nationalism -John Williams and Aaron Copeland 3/18 Art Rock: Part II “Don’t applaud in between movements” Formal Plan of a Symphony… 1. Fast -Sonata Form(First Movement Form) Exposition
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-Main theme -Second or contrasting theme -(Beethoven repeated these themes) Development -both themes are used Recapitulation -main and second themes Coda(a tag that ends the movement…big finish) 2. Slow 3. Dance (usually in triple meter-minuet or scherzo) 4. Fast Ex. Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1872) Symphony No. 5 in C minor First Movement Bring together classical and rock musical elements 1. quote a classical excerpt in the midst of a rock song… 2. use a classical melody as the basis for a rock song… 3. create a series of rock songs conceived as units in a larger form… 4. adapt a full classical work to a rock-style performance… 5. create a work for rock group and classical ensemble… 6. using the musical language of rock, create an extended work modeled after a classical
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