Week5-2-SuiteOtherInstrumentalForms

Week5-2-SuiteOtherInstrumentalForms - Handel, Water Music,...

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Handel, Water Music , Suite in D major (1717) Alla hornpipe, Minuet, Rigaudon I, II
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Week 5: Baroque Culture II: Dancing Baroque Lecture 12: Tuesday, September 20 The Baroque Suite and Other Instrumental Forms
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Baroque Organ, Dreifaltigkeitskirche (main Protestant church in Speyer), Germany
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An evening outdoor concert in 1744 by the Collegium Musicum of Jena, Germany
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two-manual harpsichord
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Baroque instruments: violin, fute, clavier
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Solo keyboard music Music for organ Music for harpsichord and clavichord Ensemble music Chamber Orchestral * For a variety of instrumental combinations, all employing the ever- present keyboard as a supporting, or continuo instrument
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TYPES OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC Performance forces Venue or social function Nationality Type of composition Solo works: keyboard, lute, theorbo, arp, Fute, violin, cello Church: organ and ensemble music in religious services Italian, ±rench, German, English, and Spanish music Toccata, fantasia, or prelude (Keyboard or lute, in improvisatory style) Ricercare, fantasia, fancy, capriccio, or fugue (fugal in continuous imitative counterpoint) Chamber works : soloist or chamber group with continuo Chamber: solo and small ensemble music for private entertainments and street pageants Canzona or sonata (contrasting sections, often imitative counterpoint) Large ensemble works : two or more players on a part Theater: dances and interludes in ballets and operas Organ verse or chorale prelude (settings for existing melodies) Variations, partita (vary a given melody), chorale variations or partita (chorale), partita, chaconne, pasacaglia (bass line) Dances (stylized dance rhythms, independent, paired, or linked together in a suite) Tables from Lecture 11 Concerto types from 1680s and 1690s Sonata types from 1660s Solo concerto Sonata da camera or Chamber sonata Concerto grosso Sonata da chiesa or Church sonata Trio sonata Solo sonata
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The Baroque Suite Did you read? Did you study the listening guides?
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