September 14(改)

September 14(改)

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Lecture 2 – September 14 – intro cont’d (listening to music) Beethoven Symphony No.5 in C minor, 1 st movement (1808) CD 1/22 It is a symphony (e ) It is composed of multiple sections or movements The music is performed by an orchestrae e e made up of strings, winds, bass , and percussion The opening fragment is called a motivey How does the composer manipulate the motive? Dynamics, crescendoy , and diminuendoy All of these features (and many more) are products of the originating culture Richard Strauss, Also Sprach Zarathusta (1896)
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Unformatted text preview: Tone, poem/symphonic poem • Inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche’s philosophical novel Active vs. Passive listening and Intramusical and Extramusical features • Each of the three compositions may be apprehended(e ) for the “sheer joy” of music (passive) without understanding technical or historic details Chapter 2 – Rhythme • The organization of time in music • Divides long spans of time into smaller units • Gives a shape, or profile to the melodye • Provides vitality and definition to a melody...
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2010 for the course MUSIC 10026 taught by Professor Safd during the Spring '10 term at California Coast University.

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