ch123 - Chapter 1 Affective Response: internal emotional...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Chapter 1 Affective Response: internal emotional reaction the mind/body feels towards meaningful music. Kinetic Response: expresses feelings towards the music through dance, clapping, nodding and toe-tapping. Absolute Music: music without any extramusical association supplied by the composer. Program Music: music that is meant to point to something outside itself. r Synergism: the total effect exceeds the sum of individual parts. ex: a concert uses music with strobe lights, stage sets, masks , Solfege (Solfeggio): do re mi fa sol la ti Abstract notation: signs/symbols used to denote notes Abstract Staff Notation: five line staff notation of western classical music that musicians read to ound out the music. Tablature: explains which finger to place where to play music Neumes: writing symbols above the text -> inflective sounds which indicate the general shape, but not necessarily the exact n o Cipher Notation: uses numbers to denote which pitch on the scale should be performed -------------------------------------- Chapter 2 Timbre: the quality given to a sound by its overtones. [the tone color of a chosen instrument which is an important factor to the Voice Classifications: Soprano - female Alto - female Tenor - male Bass - male Sprechstimme: using stylized rhythms and quazi-pitches to perform a sort of "sing-speak". Falsetto: refers to the upper register of someone's vocal range. (It may even exceed the upper range.)
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