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Know for the TEST2

Know for the TEST2 - 12.Dif between BIG C Classical and...

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Know for the TEST(exam 2): 1. 9 musical pieces remember: -Palistrino-only voices -Wagner-German, dark opera, not polytonal -Bach-polytonal, instruments, and voices -Rossini- “happy” upbeat/playful. Opera, very high voice. -Beethoven-normal sounding opera -Mozart-piano, normal sounding -Handler-English 2.Canon 3.Terms from BOTH chapters 4.Philosophes (Voltaire, ect) 5.Enlightenment Philosophy 6. Terrace Dynamics and Rishindo 7.Karl Marx 8.Darwin 9.Wagner-impact on political&philosophy 10.Rossini “broke the fourth wall” 11.Lines and Color (PPT)
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Unformatted text preview: 12.Dif between BIG C Classical, and little c classical 13. Dif between Big R Romantic and little r romantic 14. Kantien Idealism 15. Opera(in BOTH periods) 16.Piano-why centeral to music education(in Romantic period) 17.Beethoven- what gave him part appeal 18.Dominant pattern of fast slow fast 19.Theatre- Romantic period 20.Dance-Romantic&Enlightenment period(2 Questions on this) 21.Nature worship- what it leads to 22.Deism 23. Progress in Enlightenment period(the idea) 24.Mozart’s Development as a musician...
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