EMUS 1832 Review Final

EMUS 1832 Review Final - EMUS 1832 Review Sheet for the...

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EMUS 1832 Review Sheet for the Final Exam Comprehensive Final Exam Listening Examples 1. Anonymous: Alleluia: Vidimus stellam (1/47) 1. Middle Ages 450 - 1450 2. Bass and tenor 3. Anonymous 4. Free rhytm or flexible 5. Monophonic 6. Gregorian chant 2. Josquin: Ave Maria . . . virgo serena (1/56) 1. Renaissance 1440 – 1521 2. Soprano voices and imitated by alto, tenor and bass 3. Josquin Desprez 4. Free rhythm 5. Polyphonic imitation, some homophonic 6. Gregorian chant/ secular piece 3. Bach, Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major, I (1/63) 1. Baroque 1721 2. Flute, violin, harpsichord (solo group) vs. orchestra 3. Johann Sebastian Bach 4. Regular meter (allegro) 5. Polyphonic 6. Concerto grosso 4. Handel: “Ev’ry Valley,” from The Messiah (2/16) 1. Baroque 1685 – 1759 2. Sopranos, Tenors, strings, basso continuo 3. George Frederic Handel 4. Quadruple meter 5. Homophonic 6. Oratorio 5. Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G minor, 1st mvt 1. Classical 2. Flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 frech horns, 1 st violins, 2d violins, violas, cellos, double basses 3. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4. Homophonic 5. Classical Symphony 6. Sonata form
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6. Beethoven: String Quartet in C minor, 4th mvt 1. Classical 2. 1 st violin, 2d violin, viola, cello 3. Ludwig van Beethoven 4. Homophonic 5. String Quartet 6. Rondo form 7. Mozart: Don Giovanni , Act I introduction 1. Classical 2. Bass, strings 3. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4. Homophonic 5. Opera 6. Arai 8. Schubert: Erlkönig 1. Romantic 2. Piano, bass 3. Franz Schubert 4. Homophonic 5. Arai 6. Miniature 9. Chopin: Nocturne in Eb major 1. Romantic 2. Piano 3. Frederic Chopin 4. Homophonic 5. Nocturne 6. Miniature 10. Brahms: Symphony No. 3 in F Major, III (1) Romantic (2) 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 frech horns, 1 st violins, 2d violins, violas, cellos, double basses (3) Johannes Brahms (4) Polyphonic (5) Symphony (6) ABA Coda 11. Debussy: Prélude à L’Après-Midi d’un faune (1) Twentieth Century (2) ABA Form (3) Prelude (4) Impressionism
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12. Still: Afro-American Symphony , III (1) Twentieth Century (2) Symphony (3) Spiritual and jazz tunes (4) 12 bar blues 13. Adams: Short Ride in a Fast Machine (1) Twentieth Century (2) Orchestra (3) Minimalism 14. Anonymmous: Ompeh (1) African Tradition (2) Polyrhythmic (3) Call-and-response patterns 15. Ravi Shankar: Maru-Bihag (1) Asian music (2) Tala Be able to identify: (1) era or ethnic group associated with the music (2) type of work (3) instruments used (4) composer (5) compositional techniques (if applicable) (6) form (if applicable) (7) texture idiophones 1. Rattles: hand and body rattles 2. Gongs, bells, slit drums 3. Rasps and friction drums 4. Stamping sticks and stamping tubes 5. Mbira (top three pics) and xylophones (bottom pic)
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membranophones —Drums are usually carved out of solid logs of wood, but they may also be made out of strips of wood bound together by iron hoops, earthenware vessels, large gourds or calabash
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