MUH - ARPEGGIO PROGRESSION CADENCE REPETITION:...

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Signifying Musical Domains I. TUNE II. CONTEXT III. TEXT I. TUNE (musical elements/structures/organization) (pitch, timbre, dynamics, duration) + (tone: definite/indefinite) + (interval) 1. timbre 2. texture 3. rhythm 4. dynamics 5. melody 6. harmony 7. form VOICE: SOPRANO, ALTO, TENOR, BASS ORGANOLOGY: CHORDOPHONES, AEROPHONES, MEMBRANOPHONES IDIOPHONES MONOPHONIC: UNISON/OCTAVE HOMOPHONIC HETEROPHONIC POLYPHONIC LAYERED-OSTINATO PULSE/BEAT ACTUATED/UNACTUALTE D METER DUPLE/TRIPLE METER STRONG/WEAK BEATS DOWNBEAT VS. UPBEAT SYNCOPATION CLAVE/CINQUILLO TEMPO LOUD/SOFT SUDDEN OR GRADUAL ACCENT TONE: DEFINITE/INDEFINITE PITCH (FREQUENCY) INTERVAL STEP(S) AND LEAP(S) ASCENDING/DESCENDING CONJUNCT/DISJUNCT CONTOUR RANGE PHRASE SEQUENCE CLIMAX CADENCE TONIC SCALE MAJOR, MINOR, CHROMATIC, BLUES, WHOLE-TONE, PENTATONIC, MICROTONAL MODE CONSONANCE/DISSONAN CE CHORD TRIAD TONIC CHORD DOMINANT CHORD
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Unformatted text preview: ARPEGGIO PROGRESSION CADENCE REPETITION: OSTINATO-BASED, CYCLICAL; VARIATION; CONTRASTIVE (BINARY AND TERNARY); VERSE-CHORUS; CALL-RESPONSE; THROUGH-COMPOSED II. CONTEXT A. CULTURAL (shared worldview) Language, knowledge, belief, art, law, morals, custom, etc. . B. SOCIAL (shared institutions) governmental, economic, legal, religious, family centered, activity- or interest-based, service-oriented, or purely social in nature; sororities, fraternities, churches, synagogues, mosques, political parties, village councils, banks, corporations, hospitals, schools (of varying kinds/levels), marching bands, rock bands, dance clubs, clubs, peer groups, tribes, clans, neighborhood orgs, villages, towns, cities, counties, states, provinces, nations, C. Identity (what and the degree to which individuals share similar cultural or social values) III. TEXT languages, themes, poetics...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2011 for the course MUH 2501 taught by Professor Witmer during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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