Muar Final Notes

Muar Final Notes - Song Composer Nationality Genre(Date...

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Song Composer Nationality Genre (Date) Characteristics Dido & Aeneas Purcell English Baroque (1689) Opera, Ground base Ave maris stella Dufay France Renaissance (Hymn) Paraphrase, Alternation, Homophony. Quant en moi Machaut France Medieval (Motet) Played by Viol, 3 Voices, Isorhythm, Hocket Columba aspexit Hildegard German Medieval (Sequence) Melodic style, Drone, AA`BB`CC` As Vesta was… Weelkes American (English Composer) Renaissance (Madrigal) (1601) Text Painting Pope Marcellus Mass Palestrina Italian Renaissance Homophony, Declamation Wrote only for the church Brandenburg Concerto No.5 Bach German Baroque (Concerto grosso) Ritornello forn, Cadenza, Pedal note Erikonig Schubert Austrian Romanticism (Lied) (1815) Through composed Don Giovanni Mozart Classical (Opera Buffa) (1787) Da Ponte Symponie Fantastique 5 th Movement Berlioz Romanticism (1830) Idee Fixe, Dies irae tune, Col legno Sympony No.40 1 st Movement Mozart Classical (Symphony) Carnaval, ‘Eusebius’ ‘Florestan’ Schumann German Romanticism (Lied) (Character Piece) (1833-35) Eusebius : Depressive, Rubato, Operatic, Slow Florestan : Manic, Fast Piano Concerto in A 1 st movement Mozart Classical (Concerto) (1786) Double exposition sonata form.
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Symphony No.5 in C minor Beethoven German Classical (Symphony) (1808) 3 rd move. (Scherzo), No stop b/w 3 rd and 4 th move. Stretto Romeo and Juliet (Only 1 move.) Tchaikovsky Russian Romanticism (Symphonic poem) (Overture- fantasy) (1869) Very free sonata form (modified sonata form), 3 Themes. Somphony No.1 3 rd Mahler Jewish Romanticism (1888) Funeral March (Frere Jacques), Dance band, March/Dance Aida Verdi (only wrote opera) Italian Romanticism (Opera) (Orchestra) (1871) Recitative, Aria, Arioso, Ensemble, Chorus Tristan and Isolde Wagner German Romanticism (Music Drama) (1859) Love-Death Motive, Deceptive cadence, Continuous melody Nuages Debussy France Modernism (Program Music) (1899) Pentatonic, Octatonic Rite of Spring Stravinsky Russian (Worked outside of Russia) Modernism (Ballet) (1913) Ballets Russes, Dissonant chords, Asymmetrical rhythmic patterns Pierrot lunaire ‘Moonfleck’ Schoengerg, Pierrot lunaire Austrian Modernism (1912) Dissonance, Imitative polyphony, Angular melody Appalachian Spring Copland American Modernism (Ballet) (1945) Polychord. Quartal harmonies, Theme and variation
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4’33’’ Cage American Modernism (1952) Performer is the audience and environment, 273 seconds = absolute Zero
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Medieval (400~1400) Ars Antiqua “Old art”; up until Organum Ars Nova “New art”; Music was like science “Intellectual”; starting from Motet Isorhythm Color – Repetition of melodic notes Talea – Repetition of rhythmic values Mass Music written for the Catholic service 5 parts of the Ordinary Mass: 1. Kyrie 2. Gloria 3. Credo 4. Sanctus 5. Agnus Dei Medieval modes Diatonic scales which are NEITHER major nor minor Melisma One syllable for many notes Motet Consists of a traditional plainchant melody to which a composer has added a DIFFERENT melody sung to DIFFERENT words Organum A Genre from Medieval Period; consists of a traditional plainchant melody to which a composer has added a DIFFERENT melody sung to the SAME words
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