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Music Notes for final 14/12/2007 11:12:00 19 th  century musical trends melody- long big climax emo beauty irregul rhythm rubato harmony chromaticism exotic sounds texture lots of homophony orchestra increase in size new instruments – use of a conductor  genres  art song program music absolute music late 19th century musical trends nationalism smetana traditionalism brahms impressionism blurry quality to music Debussy Twilight of romanticism 20 th  century musical trends melody break with traditions fragments, distortion, exaggeration, etc. Rhythm- revitalized Unusual meters changing meters frequently, syncopation Stravinsky Texture Anything goes
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A lot of polophony Instrunments- unusual combinations, interest in new sonorities o Lots of percussions o New sounds old instruments in new ways o Electronic sounds
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2008 for the course EMUS 1081 taught by Professor Vaccaro,br during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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