Rock to Bach 3

Rock to Bach 3 - 1. Roots of Art Rock: 1. Classical Music...

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1. Roots of Art Rock: 1. Classical Music 2. Musical Theatre 2. Sections of the Orchestra: Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, String Section, Woodwinds, Brass, Percussion, Conductor 3. Strings: Violins (soprano) Violas (alto) Cellos (tenor) Basses (bass) 4. Woodwinds: Flutes (S) Oboes (A) Clarinets (T) Bassoons (B) 5. Brass: Trumpets (S) French Horn (A) Trombones (T) Tubas (B) 6. Percussion: Timpani, snare drum, triangle, cymbals, xylophones, chimes 7. Conductor: Maestro 8. Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Sir George Solti 9. Sir George Solti: More Grammy's than anyone 10. "Pictures At An Exhibition": Modest Mussorgsky 11. Stylistic Poles: 1. Classic 2. Romantic 12. Romanticism: Strangeness, wonder, ecstasy Artistic work exists as a means of self expression Content 13. Classicism: Order, poise, serenity, stability Artistic work exists in its own right Form 14. Romantic vs. Classic: Romantic sounds freer, less restricted, and less inhibited than classic 15. Symphony #5 Mvt. 4: Beethoven 16. Classic composers: Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven 17. Romantic Composers: Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Chopin, Liszt, Verdi, Puccini, Mahler 18. Nut Cracker: Tchaikovsky 19. World of Romanticism: 1820-1900 20. Romantic Developments: Rise of entrepreneurial skills: Composing, conducting, performing, publishing, touring /management 21. Romantic Developments: Birth of technical display: Maurice Ravel's "La Valse" performed by Davide Cabassi, pianist
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Growth of the "mystique" of the composer Demand for uniqueness, musical innovation, new ways of expressing feelings. .. "exoticism" 22. Baccanale: Dramatic musical composition, depicting a drunken revel Ex: Camille Saint-Saëns's Samson et Dalila 23. Rise of musical nationalism: John Williams and Aaron Copeland tried to capture American spirit, Billy the Kid (Introduction: The Open Prairie)-- Aaron Copeland 24. Formal Plan of a Symphony: I. Fast II. Slow III. Dance—in triple meter (slow triple is a minuet) (fast triple is a scherzo) IV. Fast 25. Sonata Form (First Movement Form): Exposition, Development, Recapitulation, Coda 26. Exposition: Main Theme, Second or Contrasting Theme 27. Development: Both themes are used 28. Recapulation: Main and Second Themes 29. Coda: Tag, Big Finish 30. Symphony #5 in C minor First Movement: Ludwig van Beethoven 31. Non-successful measures: 1. Quote a classical excerpt in the midst of a rock song 2. Use a classical melody as the basis for a rock song 3. Create a series of rock songs conceived as units in a large form 32. Successful measures: 4. Adapt a full classical work to a rock style performance 5. Create a work for a rock group and classical ensemble 6. Using the musical language of rock, create an extended work modeled after a classical form 33. Moody Blues Songs:
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