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MUS 130 Introduction to the Art of Music Fall 2016 This is not the final study guide Please check back after class on Monday Dec. 5 Terminology - Listening - Essay questions I. Terminology/Concepts and Individuals We discussed these terms, concepts, and individuals in class and/or in the discussion sections. Please be prepared to identify (multiple choice) or describe (fill in a blank/define) or use in your essays as applicable. “Absolute” Music A-cappella Aerophones Animated film Art Song/ Lied Atonal Music Baroque Period Beethoven’s “Heroism” Biedermeier Culture Castrato/Countertenor Chamber Music Chant/Plainchant Chonguri Chordophones Classical Period Compilation score Consonant Culture Cue Sheet Dance (general background and the study of dance choreological (choreometrics), and contextual, ballroom dance, social dance, ballet, story ballet) Diegetic and Non-diegetic Drone Duration (pulse, beat, meter, measure, accent, irregular meter, free rhythm) Dynamics Electrophones Ethnicity/Ethnic identity Ethnomusicology Folk Music Form (strophic, binary, ternary, Rondo) Gamelan Habanera Harmony Heiligenstadt Testament Highland Bagpipes (Scotland) Hymn/Chorale Idiophones Improvisation Intensity Interval Kotekan Leitmotif Libretto Medieval Period Melody (conjunct and
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