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    What are the Roots of Art Rock? (2 roots)
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    Classical music Musical theatre (poperetta, combining opera and pop)
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    Describe listening to classical music
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    Presents new challenges compared to  many other types of music Length Pace More instrumental than vocal Can be musically dense, filled with  many ideas
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    Why bother?
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    Because it’s “classical” To see what the buzz is about To find out why classical music listeners  feel rewarded with repeated listening
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    What are the sections of the  orchestra? And list their  instruments. (4 sections)
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    1) Strings Violins, violas, cellos, basses 2) Woodwinds Flute, oboes, clarinet, bassoons 3) Brass Trumpet, french horn, trombones, tubas 4) Percussion Timpani, snare drum, triangles, cymbals,  xylophones, chimes
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    What are the ranges in an  orchestra? (4 ranges)
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    Highest to lowest 1) soprano 2) alto 3) tenor 4) bass
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    What is the name of the  conductor?
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    Maestro
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    Who conducted the “Chicago  Symphony Orchestra”?
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    Sir Georg Solti
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    Who conducted “The Great  Gate of Kiev”?
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    Modest Mussorgsky
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    What are the periods of music  history? (name 6)
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    1) Medieval (200-1450) 2) Renaissance (1450-1600) 3) Baroque (1600-1750) 4) Classic (1750-1820) 5) Romantic (1820-1900) 6) Contemporary (1900-present)
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    Describe Romanticism
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    Strangeness, wonder, ecstasy Artistic work exists as a means of self- expression Content is of supreme importance
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    Describe Classicism
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    Order, poise, serenity, stability Artistic work exists in its own right The form is of supreme importance
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    What are some Classicism vs. Romanticism musical traits?
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    Melody, harmony, rhythm and form Romantic appears or sounds to be freer,  less restricted and less inhibited than  classic
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    Beethoven “Symphony #5 - Mvt. 4”
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    List some classic  composers…
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    Haydn Mozart Beethoven
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    List some romantic  composers…
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    Tchaikovsky Brahms Chopin Liszt Verdi Puccini Mahler
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    In the world of Romanticism,  what were some musical  developments?
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2009 for the course MUSI 10073 taught by Professor Garwell during the Fall '08 term at TCU.

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