Musc 102 terms for final

Musc 102 terms for final - 
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 rubato

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 Terms:
 
 rubato

 
 
 virtuoso
 
 
 lied/lieder
 
 
 through‐composed
 
 strophic
form

 
 modified
strophic
form
 absolute
music
 
 symphonic
(tone)
poem
 Dies
irae
 
 
 etude
 
 
 
 bel
canto
 
 
 diva
 
 
 
 music
drama
 
 
 leitmotif
 
 
 Ring
cycle
 
 
 pentatonic
scale
 
 Impressionism
 
 whole
tone
scale
 
 impresario
 
 
 polyrhythm
 
 
 irregular
meter
 
 atonal
music
 
 
 twelve‐tone
composition
 collage
art
 
 
 musique
concrète
 
 prepared
piano
 
 minimalism
 
 People:
 
 Paganini
(1782‐1840)
 Schubert
(1779‐1828)
 C.
Schumann
(1819‐1896)
 Berlioz
(1803‐1869)

 Felix
Mendelssohn
(1809‐1847)
 
 
 
 Liszt
(1811‐1886)
 
 Rossini
(1792‐1868)

 Bellini
(1801‐1835)
 
 Verdi
(1813‐1901)
 
 Bizet
(1838‐1875)
 
 Wagner
(1813‐1881)
 Dvorák
(1841‐1904)

 Brahms
(1833‐1897)
 Tchaikovsky
(1840‐1893)
 Mahler
(1860‐1911)

 Mallarmé

 
 
 Nijinsky
(1890‐1950)
 Schoenberg
(1874‐1951)
 Berg
(1885‐1935)
 
 Stravinsky
(1882‐1971)
 Prokofiev
(1891‐1953)
 Bartók
(1881‐1954)
 
 Ives
(1874‐1954)
 
 Zwilich
(b.
1939)
 
 Varèse
(1883‐1965)
 
 Glass
(b.
1937)
 
 People
and
Things
to
know
for
the
Final
Exam
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 character
piece

 song
cycle
 
 program
music
 idée
fixe
 
 nocturne
 cabaletta
 Gesamtkunstwerk
 orchestral
song
 Ballet
Russes
 polytonality
 Sprechstimme
 electronic
music
 chance
music
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 R.
Schumann
(1810‐1856)
 Harriet
Smithson
 Chopin
(1810‐1849)
 Donizetti
(1797‐1848)
 Puccini
(1858‐1924)
 Musorskgy
(1839‐1881)
 Hanslick
(1825‐1904)
 Debussy
(1882‐1918)
 Diaghilev
(1872‐1929)
 Webern
(1883‐1945)
 Shostakovich
(1906‐1975)
 Copland
(1900‐1990)
 Cage
(1912‐1992)
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2010 for the course ECON 323 taught by Professor Jakes during the Spring '10 term at Alcorn State.

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