ch 10.Baroque music student outline

ch 10.Baroque music student outline - A Biographical...

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MUH/ART 233—Comparative Arts Alcorn BAROQUE MUSIC (ch 10) I. Introduction A. The Ecstasy of St. Teresa (Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome)-Bernini Action and Reaction B. Greatest Musical Achievements of the Baroque 1. Creation of Opera a. recitative b. aria 2. Rise of Instrumental Music II. Henry Purcell and Opera A. Biographical Summary B. English Opera and Dido and Aeneas III. Antonio Vivaldi and the Solo Concerto
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Unformatted text preview: A. Biographical Summary B. “La Primavera,” The Four Seasons 1. ritornello form 2. the program IV. Johann Sebastian Bach and the Concerto Grosso A. JSB as an example 1. typical Baroque musician 2. Christian musician B. Brandenberg Concerti V. George Frederick Handel and the Oratorio A. Biographical Summary 1. London 2. castrato B. Messiah...
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  • Spring '08
  • Alcorn
  • Baroque music, A. Biographical Summary, Oratorio A. Biographical Summary, Opera A. Biographical, Alcorn BAROQUE MUSIC

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