July5 - Harmonic Rhythmic Text The Motet Medieval motets...

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July 5, 2006 Continuous forms Evolution of motives or musical ideas Melodic Harmonic Rhythmic Continuous variations Chaconne/Passacaglia Ground bass/Ostinato Blues Chaconne Passacaglia Gustav Holst First suite in F Ground Bass Ostinato Pink Floyd Money Harmonic Progressions Form Blues I I I I IV IV I I V IV I I Wes Montgomery, Blue ‘n’ Boogie Continuos forms Turkish (Arabic) forms Melodic Makams Basic pitch sets (scales – similar to tala), quarter (micro) tones Egreti Karar (similar to tonic) Main melodic tone Improvisation Taqasim Sufi Music Used for religious purposes Whirling Dervishes Peshhrev – musical prelude Long melodic phrases Irregular phrases, conjunct motion Grand cycle (devr-i-kebir) – 56 beats
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Unformatted text preview: Harmonic Rhythmic Text The Motet Medieval motets Upper voice called “motetus” Renaissance motets Polyphonic settings of Latin texts Baroque Motets Any piece of liturgical vocal music (basso continuo) Motet French work for “word” “mot” Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525-1594) Motet Surge, illuminare “Arise, shine, O Jerusalem” A cappella Antiphonal Writing Cori spezzati (separated choirs) Tomas Luis de Victoria Motet O magnum mysterium Christmas Season A cappella “Falsettists” (light mechanism) Josquin Desprez (1440-1521) Motet Abaslon, fili mi, “Absalon, my son” A cappella Imitative counterpoint Chromatic (low in pitch) [vibrato]...
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