Musc 201 Notes Post midterm 1

Musc 201 Notes Post midterm 1 - 20:59 ENDOFBAROQUEPERIOD...

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Musc 201 Notes Post midterm 1 20:59 END OF BAROQUE PERIOD Johann Sebastian Bach 1685-1750 Every genre that his pen touched was elevated both technically and  compositionally to higher level. Well-versed in all the nationalistic styles. Master of counterpoint. Keyboardist – harpsichord. 4 lute suites, highly imaginative, Bach didn’t play lute. Lautenwerke –  harpsichord lute  Domenico Scarlatti – 1685-1757 Virtuoso keyboardist Harpsichord teacher to the queen of Spain Maria Barbara-princess of Portugal –married the prince of Spain- made her  queen Reason he became famous is because he wrote over 500 essercizzi- sonatas Rhythmically inventive, melodically inventive, tone clusters –  Binary form- a section (repeats)/ B section (repeats) A section: Theme I – home key Theme II – closely related key(crk) (Theme III) – CRK B section: Small development section: introduce new material or develop previously  used themes/material from a previous section – moves from key to key – not  tonally stable Recapitulate: theme II (home key)
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Empfindsammerstil- the overtly emotional style. Sonata-allegro form – classical period 3 parts : exposition: theme I (home key) – rhythmic transition – modulate (change keys) theme II (CRK) – lyrical – song like
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2011 for the course MUSC 200 taught by Professor Vogel during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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