Chapter 3_Time_Study Notes

Chapter 3_Time_Study Notes - 1 Music 130: Study notes for...

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Terms to know: Pulse (beat) Tempo Tempo markings : (Fastest to slowest): prestissimo, presto, allegro, allegro moderato, allegretto, andante, adagio, lento Other performance directions : 1) ritard(ando) 2) accelerando 3) rubato 4) parlando style Meter and Rhythm, p. 35f. We can emphasize the beat(s) a number of ways: 1) dynamics (the loudness), 2) duration (length), 3) pitch (a higher or lower pitch, for example, can add emphasis), or 4) timbre (a more striking timbre can add weight to the notes sounded on a beat. Meter : Conducting Patterns Downbeat and upbeat: duple meter : (Book CD, track 7) time signature: Tells you 1) how many beats per measure, 2) what type of note gets 1 beat. Examples: 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/8, 9/8, 12/8 Simple triple meter, 3/4 (CD 3, track 3). The first and third beats are stressed. Beat one is the primary accent , beat three the secondary accent . Simple quadruple meter
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2008 for the course MUSIC 130 taught by Professor Frank during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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Chapter 3_Time_Study Notes - 1 Music 130: Study notes for...

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