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Study Guide: Music 142 Tomas Luis de Victoria – Spanish city of Avila, studied and worked in German Jesuit College in Rome, published motet and mass in 1572 for all saints day on November 1 st Points of Imitation – places where the polyphony occurs, Parody Feature- motet phrases repeated throughout the mass Ludwig van Beethoven – 1770-1827 – German composer, wrote quartet in E flat major for strings op.74, from his “heroic” period, rare sunny moods, Sonata form- based on rhetoric, like an essay, 3 main parts Exposition- exposes musical ideas Development- argues ideas Recapitulation- reiterates ideas String quartet- 2 violins, cello, viola Cantabile- song-like Arpeggiation- when you break chord, play in order Coda- the ending section Standard rondo form- ABA’CA’’B’A’’’ Rounded binary form- AA BA’BA’ Scherzo- minor mode, very rapid, dance-like Trio- contrasting second dance, divided into strains, Sobriquet- nickname Pizzicato- plucked, harp-like Martele- hammered, highly accented articulation, quick strokes
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course MUSC 142 taught by Professor Finson during the Fall '10 term at UNC.

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