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Music Final Study Guide

Music Final Study Guide - Vienese Style 6 Musical elements...

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Final Exam Study Guide(May 6 and 7 at 7:15 pm at room 328 SOM) Format: Matching, Listing, approximately same length as midterm 1. GENRES: Opera Piano solo works Piano Sonata Ballet Scherzo Etude Salterello Oratorio-know examples of each Know what a leitmotiv is 2. Be able to name the instruments in specific ensembles such as String Quartet or Woodwind Quintet 3. Composers: go through the text and find all the composers listed-know the nationalities, time period and examples of pieces they have written 4. Performers/Famous figures: same.. such figures as Wieck, Boulanger, Monet, Segovia(know who they are). 5. Historical Periods: know approx. years and important composers and styles(such as the
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Unformatted text preview: Vienese Style). 6. Musical elements: rhythm, melody, harmony, form, timbre, pitches, intervals(know aspects and descriptions of each) 7. Know who wrote what, know what genre the work is. There is quite a bit of this on the exam, be warned. 8. Listening know all the works from the midterm plus: Bach-A minor concerto Mendelssohn-Violin Concerto Bartok- Concerto for Orchestra Mozart- Symphony No. 40, 4 th mvt 9. Here is a list of composers, if I were studying for this test I would read up on them a bit. Paganini Stravinsky De Falla Sibelius Wagner Copland Glass Joplin Sousa Prokofiev Barber Bernstein Ives Berlioz...
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  • Fall '08
  • Nunnery
  • Music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Chamber music, Frédéric Chopin, Paganini Stravinsky De Falla Sibelius Wagner Copland Glass, Concerto Bartok- Concerto

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