Test #3- Classical & Romanticism (19th Century)

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Classical Era (1750-1800) ● Theme: Main Melody Forms Of Music: -Simple Form = Theme A (Row, Row, Row Your Boat) (Monothematic) -Binary Form = Theme A+B (Jingle Bells) -Ternary Form = Theme A+B+A (Somewhere Over the Rainbow) -Compound Form ● Coda: Very end of the piece (Closing Section) ● Minuet: Dance form Classical Era: - Starts in Mannheim, Germany Early Composers: - Johann Stamitz -Karl Stamitz -Karl Maria Von Dittersdorf -Johann Christian Bach (London) ●Triad: Chord Minor Triads = 2, 3, 6 Major Triads = 1, 4, 5 Sub Dominant Diminished Triad = 7 Techniques: ● Modulation: Active, Changing Key ● Interpolation: Similar to the original ● Augmentation: Playing in Longer note values ● Diminution: Using faster note values ● Inversions: Turning the piece upside down ● Duality: Exposition, 2 Keys ● Plurality: Development, Several Keys ● Unity: Recapitulation, 1 Key Forms: - Sonata: Soloists alone or accompanied w/ piano (1-2 Players) 3 Movements = Fast, Slow, Fast 4 Movements = Fast (Sonata Form), Slow, Dance (Minuet), Fast - Trio: 3 Players, 3-4 Movement Work - Quartet: 2 Violins, Alto, Cello - Quintet: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, French horn - Sextet: 6 Players (3-4 movements) - Septet: 7 Players (3-4 movements) - Octet: 8 Players (3-4 movements)
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- Nonet: 9 Players (3-4 movements) ● Chamber Orchestra: 1) Divertimento: 3-4 Movements, Indoor Piece (String parts in abundance) 2) Serenade: 3) Cassation: ● Symphony: 40- 50 Players (Born in this era) 4 Movements : Fast, Slow, Dance, Fast ● Concerto:
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course MUS 101 taught by Professor Kent during the Spring '08 term at Rhode Island.

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