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Strophic- two or more verses are played over the same melody Arpeggiated- instead of playing block chords, the note are played in a line Augmentation- lengthening of notes to make the song seem slower, despite no change in meter or tempo Plagal Cadence- subdominant to dominant Song Cycle- a series of songs with a common literary theme that played as a single entity Friedrich Wieck- Schumann’s music teacher and husband-in law Clara Wieck- Schumann’s wife and daughter of his music teacher; she was a performer as well Heinrich Heine- wrote the poems that were the basis for Dichterliebe New Journal for Music-
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Unformatted text preview: Schumann helped edit; was a popular influence on musical taste in Germany Concert Overture-freestanding musical piece that is not part of a larger dramatic piece; often involves a literary piece Schlegel-wrote a German translation of Shakespears play that inspired Mendelssohns Overture to a Midsummer Nights Dream Lyrisches Intermezzo-poem written by Heine that influenced Dichterliebe Leipzig Gewanhaus Orchestra-oldest German opera that Mendelssohn conducted at age 26 Romanza-lyrical piece that conveys a light narrative ballad...
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