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MUSIC APPRECIATION STUDY GUIDE EXAM 1 (NOT EXHAUSTIVE) sources of concert information instruments in the string family, high to low how to prepare to attend a musical event instruments in the brass family, high to low concert Etiquette instruments in the woodwind family, high to low concert programs instruments in the percussion family when to applaud at a concert pitched and unpitched instruments pitch method for playing instruments range rock musician instruments note chorus Robert Allen Bill Wood choir interval chamber ensembles melody a cappella phrase symphony orchestra cadence band chord string quartet syncopation conductor countermelody humanism contour oral transmission rhythm form Roman Catholic Church texture Mass (parts) beat
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Unformatted text preview: predominant types of music in Middle Ages measure Pope Gregory harmony plainsong scale Gregorian Chant consonance motet dissonance jongleurs Hubert Liverman troubadours monophonic Machaut polyphonic chanson homophonic Renaissance characteristics theme word painting variation cantus firmus improvisation Requiem binary form Josquin September 24, 1955 Protestant Reformation tempo Martin Luther accented unaccented Palestrina dynamic Council of Trent piano (dynamic) madrigal forte Montiverdi four instrument families antiphonal 4 ranges of human voice (high to low) Gabrieli characteristics of human voice (musically) major minor scale castrato page 107, 165...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course MUSI 2730 taught by Professor Vinson during the Spring '07 term at Auburn University.

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