Music 005 Exam 3 Notes - Music 005 Exam 3 Notes Swing (Big...

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Music 005 Exam 3 Notes ( ) Swing Big Band o = = Popular larger audiences larger ensembles Twelve or more musicians : , , Three sections reeds brass and rhythms o ( ) , Improvisatory not improvised parts written our , beforehand begin to replace the role of the arranger , " " ( / ) Porter Ridin' High CD 3 11 o , A song by Cole Porter arranged for the Benny Goodman Orchestra Big bands usually played jazz standards o : AABA form standard song form o Apparent spontaneity in the ensemble writing o ( Authentic improvisation in the solo parts clarinet ) trumpet Toward the end group parts seem even more improvisatory o AABAAABA , " " ( / ) Adams Short Ride in a Fast Machine CD 3 12 o Lots of rhythmic activity With - cross rhythms : different rhythms heard simultaneously o Diatonic clusters : , ( tone clusters but not chromatic more ) pleasant in sound o , Splashes of color especially with brass and woodwinds ( ) color is often more important than pitch ( - ) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756 1791 o A prodigy unlike any other , , Earliest composition before age 5 symphony at 8 opera , at 12 complete mastery of all skills by 10 o : ( ) Principle influence Leopold Mozart father , Violinist assistant Kapellmeister at Salzburg o : Leopold's marketing strategy tour throughout Europe : The goal a good job for Wolfgang : The result disapproval and disgust o : ; Mozart's contradictory personality humble and egotistical ; ( kind and insensitive gregarious and aloof equally ) interested in sublime and earthy o Vienna , Mozart spent the last ten years of his life there trying to make it as a free lance composer
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( ) Unable to earn full respect of court Emperor Joseph II 1782 married Constanze Weber Sonata Form o E xposition o Development o Recapitulation " " ( / ) Mozart A Little Night Music CD 1 6 o The exposition : (. ) Theme I 00 ( ) In the home key aka tonic (. ) Transition 30 Modulates to a contradicting key (. ) Theme II 47 In a contrasting key ( . ) Closing section 1 00 Cadence in contrasting key Repeat of exposition o The development section Builds up tension ( . . . ) Frequent modulation e g around 3 28 Fragmentation and manipulation of thematic material . . e g sequence Counterpoint is also commonly found in development , section but not in this piece o The recapitulation ( . ) ( ) 3 48 ALL IN TONIC Them I ( . ) Transition 4 19 Does not modulate Theme II * In tonic key ( . ) Closing section 4 46 * In tonic key ( . ) Coda 5 21 " " A tail extra second at end of music ( - ) - Ludwig Beethoven 1770 1827 classic romanticism o There were important parallels with Mozart Impressive musical skills as a child " " An encouraging father , Grew up in a relatively small city then moved to Vienna
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( Taught by Haydn the other great composer of classical ) period besides Mozart *** - Young Beethoven's Bible was Bach's Well Tempered Clavier
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course MUSIC 005 taught by Professor Charlesyoumans during the Spring '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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