Art of Listening Test Three Study Guide

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Art of Listening Test Three Study Guide chapters 21-26 listening examples: nocturne in e flat major- character piece- chopin- rubato berlioz- symphony fantastique- ideefixe nessun dorma- verisimo opera- puccini ride of the valkyries- wagner- music drama ricard strauss- lustige streiche- tone poem (symphonic poem) the sunken cathedral- claude Debussy rite of spring- bassoon starts it- stravinsky, premiered in paris, riot broke out in  the theater art examples: john constable, the haywain, romantic rain steam and speed, turner, romantic monet, impression sunrise day of the god, gaugin, primitivism starry night, vincent van gogh, expressionism, midnight in paris film artwork three musicians-picasso-cubism two artists mentioned in midnight in paris: Pablo Picasso, Salvador dali verdi- music must reign supreme over every element in his operas, even text romantic- liberals, dreamers, allowed emotions to overwhelm intellect midnight in paris- directed and produced by woody allen chapter 21 cyclic form: same melody in more than one movement of a large work  (symphonie fantastique) nationalism: strong national allegiance to their own countries, sought to establish  their own distinctive political and stylistic identities the five: five Russian musicians associated with the nationalistic movement: Romanticism: rampant materialism, intensely emotional religious fervor Chapter 22
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  • Music, valkyries­ wagner­ music, character piece­ chopin­, verisimo opera­ puccini, cathedral­ claude Debussy, streiche­ tone poem, orchestral band pieces

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