Mued Final Exam

Mued Final Exam - MUED 479- FINAL EXAM 1. THREE APPROACHES...

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MUED 479- FINAL EXAM 1. THREE APPROACHES TO MUSIC AND CENTRAN COMPONENTS TO EACH 1. Orff - “Elementary style”- incorporating movement to connect movement, dance and speech - Barred instruments (Pentatonic Scale) - Parts/Simplicity to Whole/Complex - Imitation, then improvisation - Rhythm foundation 2. Kodaly - Singing foundation - “Mother tongue”- folk songs & other high quality music - Music literacy - Curwen hand signals w/ solfege 3. Dalcroze - Eurhythmics- body movements - Solfege - Improvisation - Express what feel/hear in music 2. DEFINTIONS Sonata- From the second half of the eighteenth century on, an important form of instrumental music for either a keyboard instrument (piano, organ, etc) or for another instrument (flute, violent, clarinet, etc) either accompanied or unaccompanied. Movement- A major section in a long instrumental work such as a symphony, concerto, or sonata Aria- An elaborate solo song, generally with instrumental accompaniment. One often thinks of these songs as being part of an opera
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