Week6-1-ChamberMusic - Week 6: The Classical Spirit:...

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Week 6: The Classical Spirit: Entertainment and Enlightenment Now Playing: Franz Joseph Haydn, String quartet in C Major - fnale: Rondo, allegro The Sounds o± the Classical Era The Golden Age o± Chamber Music TURN IN PANDORA BEFORE LECTURE STARTS! Lecture 14: Monday, September 27
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i-Clicker Activities I Baroque Review i-Clicker Activities II at the end of the class
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i-Clicker Activity 1 Baroque Review Which of the following are NOT part of the baroque genres? A. Fugue, concerto grosso, trio sonata, chaconne, suite, prelude, passacaglia B. Opera, Mass, oratorio, cantata C. String orchestra, with added woodwinds; organ and harpsichord in use D. Symphony, solo concerto, solo sonata, string quartet, other chamber ensembles
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i-Clicker Activity 2 Baroque Review Which of the following is a common characteristic of the baroque style? A. Continuous; wide leaps; chromatic tones B. Steady, energetic pulse; freer in vocal music C. Chromatic; major-minor system established D. Polyphonic; linear-horizontal dimension E. All of the above
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i-Clicker Activity 3 Baroque Review In baroque music, composers embraced the idea of giving single affections to each movement, providing emotional exuberance and theatrically to each genre A. TRUE B. FALSE
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i-Clicker Activity 4 Baroque Review Which element of music is deFnitely not from the baroque period? A. Binary form predominant B. Continuous tone color throughout one movement C. Balance and restraint D. Expected; harmonies realized from Fgured bass E. Contrasting piano-forte dynamics
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i-Clicker Activity 5 Baroque Review In this picture, the musicians are probably playing a A. Concerto B. Suite C. Secular Cantata D. Trio sonata E. Oratorio
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From Baroque to Classical
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To the Age of Enlightenment (From Baroque to Classical Music) Pre-Classical styles Rococo : the decorative style, France Galant : the courtly manner style, France Empfndsamkeit : the sensitive style, Germany Music treatises and Instruction manuals Jean-Philippe Rameau, Treatise on Harmony (1722) Johann Joachim Quantz, On Playing the Flute (1752) Operatic reforms Comic opera Ballad opera Lyric drama
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The Flute Concert , by Adolf von Menzel (19 th century painter). Frederick the Great playing with CP.E. Bach
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This note was uploaded on 08/25/2011 for the course MUS 302L taught by Professor Dell'antonio during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Week6-1-ChamberMusic - Week 6: The Classical Spirit:...

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