notes 9.16

notes 9.16 - a.i I = note where you start b T = transition...

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Conjunct – stepwise Disjunct – jumping all over the place ie star spangled banner Syllabic – one note per syllable Melismatic – multiple notes per syllable Monophonic – singing same thing at same time ie row row row your boat Polyphonic – several at different times but equal ie row row row your boat in round Heterophonic – one main line with things added to it Homophonic – supporting melody Program vs absolute music Strophic – when you set poem to music that has different “strophs” Chord progression – 3 rd note is most important Blues chord progression Period – multiple phrases put together Sonata: dramatic form 1. Exposition – theme, beginning of piece, often repeated twice for audience a. P = primary, main motive of sonata
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Unformatted text preview: a.i. I = note where you start b. T = transition, get from I to X harmonically c. S = secondary theme c.i. X = “home key” to some other key d. K = closing theme, transition to development 2. Development – “drama”, harmonic part 3. Recapitulation – exposition from beginning with a few changes, also repeated a. P, T, S, K b. All played in tonic, or home key, no changing keys as in exposition Midterm 1. term ids – short response, examples (5-6 sentences) 2. piece ids – hear, identify and briefly explain how the piece works (3-4 sentences) 3. skills – descriptive piece (simple form, meter, instruments, texture) 4. essay – topic covering the articles/readings...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course MUSC 130 taught by Professor Hubert during the Fall '10 term at Maryland.

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