Week5-1-BaroqueSonataConcerto

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Announcements Extra credit opportunity: Tony Conrad’s lecture flm/music, tomorrow Tuesday, September 21, 5 – 6 pm, ART Building, Room 1.102. For extra credit, make an oral report appointment w/ Tania, Andy, or Alix. Due: Tue, Sept. 28 Missing class/points: see syllabus p. 3 Next Monday turn in the Pandora Assignment: see syllabus p. 4 and 10 The student using the remote (i>clicker) #0013F6E5 should talk with me a±ter lecture today Chamber music visit
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Week 5: Baroque Culture II: Dancing Baroque Lecture 11: Monday, September 20 The Baroque Sonata and Concerto (Instrumental Music) Now Playing: J.S. Bach, Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, I
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i>Clicker Activities Did you read?
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i>Clicker Activity 1 Which Baroque composer was known as the “red priest"? A. Johann Sebastian Bach B. George Frideric Handel C. Antonio Vivaldi
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i>Clicker Activity 2 The standard Baroque concerto has three movements. A. True B. False
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i>Clicker Activity 3 The small group of soloists in a concerto grosso is known as the: A. Concertino B. Ritornello C. Ripieno
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i>Clicker Activity 4 The Baroque sonata type that is contrapuntal in nature and has the tempo scheme slow- fast-slow-fast is the sonata da camera. A. True B. False
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The two main types of concerto in the Baroque are the solo concerto and the concerto grosso. A. True
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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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