I. Define the following terms from your reading1. art song: an art song is a setting of a poem for solo voice and piano typically, it adapts the poem’s mood and imaginary into music. Art song grew out of the romantic style of the nineteenth century, and thus it has an emotional tendency, and its themes often encompass lost love, nature, legend, and the far away and long ago. In this type of composition, an accompaniment plays an important role in the composer’s interpretation and acts as an equal partner with the voice. In this form, important words use stressed tones or melodic, important. 2. through-composed: Through-composed means either music that is completely non-repetitive, music that is not interrupted by dialogue, or music that is composed in linear order. In music theory about musical form, the term through-composed means that the music is relatively continuous, non-sectional, and/or non-repetitive. A song is said to be through-composed if it has different music for each stanza of the lyrics.3. cantata: A cantata, usually a choral work with one or more soloists and an instrumental ensemble, has several movements. Typified by the church cantata. 4. movement: A cantata, usually a choral work with one or more soloists and an instrumental ensemble, has several movements. Typified by the church cantata.5. leitmotif: a common element in contemporary film. A leitmotif is a musical theme associated with a person or idea. Each time that person appears or comes to mind, or each time the idea surfaces, the leitmotif occurs. 6. sonata: takes its name from the conventional treatment of the first movement of the sonata. It also serves as the form of development of the first movement of many symphonies. 7. aria: the real emotion and poetry of an opera lie in its arias. Musically and poetically, an aria reflects high dramatic feeling. 8. recitative: the plot unfolds musically through recitative, or sung dialogue. the composer uses recitative to move the plot along from one section to another; recitative has little emotional content to speak of, and the words are more important than the music. 9. Mass: the mass, a sacred choral composition, consists of five sections.
10. Mass Ordinary: Order of Mass is an outline of a Mass celebration, describing how and in what order liturgical texts and rituals are employed to constitute a Mass. The expression Order of Mass is particularly tied to the Roman Rite where the sections