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Fugetto Cavato -hidden subject within music; Brahms uses FAF Serge Diaghilev -company of Russian dancers influenced the artistic realm of music Petrushka -character found in puppet theaters all over Europe Carnival/Shrove Tide -season of celebration right before Lent Planing -playing chords up and down in a parallel motion Divertissement -folk-like dancing for entertainment in the middle of a ballet Alexandre Benoit -French set designer for Petroushka Octatonic Scale -scale divided into 8 notes Joseph Joachim -violinist who introduced Brahms to Schumann; FAE Eduard Hanslick -claimed music has no subject but itself, and is an abstract pattern of sound Neoclassical -trend in which composers sought to return to aesthetic precepts associated with “classicism”
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Unformatted text preview: Continually Developing Variations-used by Brahms; main theme is rarely stated exclusively Absolute Music-Music is absolved of any extra musical meanings Ostinato-repeating pneumatic pattern in Folkloric music Folkloric Music-music using minor mode, ostinato, double reed instruments, or drones Corps de Ballet-group of dancers that are not soloists Pas de Trois-dance for three Common Practice-music obeys norms such as conventional chords, conventional progressions, counterpoint, and avoids planing Ballet Russes-Russian ballet founded by Diaghilev...
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course MUSC 142 taught by Professor Finson during the Fall '10 term at UNC.

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