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The Art of Listening Study Guide Test Two

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The Art of Listening Study Guide Test Two BAROQUE Chapter Twelve Affections: the baroque term for human emotions or states of the soul Polychoral music: a type of music of the late Renaissance and early baroque eras which involved spatially separate choirs singing in alteration -more than 1 voice Sonata: a composition for an instrumental soloist, typically in several movements Concertato principle: a term referring to a style of music in which groups of instruments or voices share a melody Sonata pian’e forte** (listening example)- Giovanni Gabrieli- polychoral brass piece Chapter Thirteen ART: Baroque- caraovagio- conversion of st. paul, (horse painting) Bernini, David; (13.3) Apollo and Daphne (figure 13. 4)- baroque, Bernini Embarkation for Cygmeria: _____ - towards clacisism, wato. (borderline b/t baroque and classical )--- some art piece Tonal system: every note of the major or minor scale bears a specific relationship to every other note Movements: works consisting of semi-independent sections, Baroque: characterized by ornate detail Chapter Fourteen Table 14.1 First practice: polyphonic texture, music dominates text, church music (religious)
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Second practice: homophonic, text dominates music, secular music Monteverdi- came up with these practices (Italian composer) Table 14.2*** (recitative and the aria) Recitative- spoken, rhythm: free, flowing. Form: flexible 2 types: key board (dry) orchestra (accompanied) Aria- Designed to express emotion and display the singing voice (more w the music) Rhtym: metered form: formal design Type: orchestral Texture of both: HOMOPHONIC Tu se’ morta- l’orfeo- Monteverdi- early baroque opera LISTENING EXAMPLE: Thy hand Belinda-purcell- baroque, opera (recitive and aria) LISTENING EXAMPLE**: Hallelujah chorus-handel-oratorio Cantata no. 140- wauchet auf, bach, Lutheran cantata Bel canto***: emphasizes the beauty and virtuosity of the singing voice, even at the expensive of dramatic integrity. Beauty of the human voice.
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