MUS100FinalReview - Music 100 Final Exam Review As you can...

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Music 100 Final Exam Review As you can see below, the final exam is weighted somewhat to the second half of our studies, from Baroque to the present day. For the composers listed without works, you will only need to know why they were important to their time period, but you will not need to know any specific works that those composers wrote. Again, the composers that you are to know are limit to two at most up until the Romantic time period. General Musical Terms Crescendo, Decrescendo Syncopation Tempo Accelerando, Ritardando Scale Diatonic, Chromatic Scales Melody, Harmony, Phrase, Cadence Motive Theme Consonance/Dissonance Tonality Key/Modulation Genre Style Medieval Music Plainchant Mass Monophony/Monophonic Polyphony/Polyphonic Homophony/Homophonic Ars Nova Orgranum Renaissance Music word painting declamation Motet Baroque Music Baroque Antiphony
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Basso Continuo Functional Harmony Opera Recitative Aria Virtuosity Age of Absolutism Age of Science Patronage Ornamentation Concerto Concerto Grosso
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course MUSIC 100 taught by Professor Deboer during the Spring '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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MUS100FinalReview - Music 100 Final Exam Review As you can...

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