March 12, 2008

March 12, 2008 - o Genres o Instrumental Large (orchestral)...

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March 12, 2008 o Style periods o Medieval (300 – 1400 C.E) Religious music Not meant to dance to Gregorian chant Plain chant Emphasis in melody Monophonic Organum Notre Dame (12 th century) Polyphony 14 th century o Renaissance (1400 – 1600) Less dissonant More unified/ controlled More rhythmically predictable o Baroque (1600 – 1750) o Classical (1750 – 1815) o Romantic (1815 – 1900) o 20 th century (1900 – 2000)
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Unformatted text preview: o Genres o Instrumental Large (orchestral) • Symphony – usually 4 movements • Concerto • Overture • Tone poem or symphonic poem Small • Art song • Mardrigal • Monet, ect. o Vocal o Music Drama o Movements o Four movements symphony plan (see pg 177) 1 st • Fast • Sonata 2 nd • Slow • Aria 3 rd • Moderate • Minuet and Trio 4 th • Fast • Rondo...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course EMUS 1832 taught by Professor Nunez,dani during the Spring '08 term at Colorado.

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