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1 Study Sheet Music 104 Quiz 4 Musical works to know (these are on your listening–there will be two questions each on only 5 of them): 1. Richard Wagner, Johohoe from the Flying Dutchman (Fliegeder Holländer) 2. Debussy, Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun 3. Schoenberg, Pierrot Lunaire (Moonstruck), Op. 27 No. I 4. Webern, Movement 1, Langsam, from the Six Pieces, Op. 6 5. Stravinsky, Rite of Spring, Part II, The Sacrifice 6. Bartok, Concerto for Orchestra, Play of Doubles (giuoco delle coppie) 7. Copland, Billy the Kid Ballet suite 8. Glass, Akhenaten, Prelude and Dance 9. Crumb, Black Angels, Images 1 Part I 10. Cage, Sonatas and Interludes For each you should be able to identify them and set them into both a musical and historical context (e.g. the particular “ism” of the century, composer, style)
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Unformatted text preview: For the remaining questions, Look over your reading Look over the notes from class (including any special information) Know: $ Terms from the screen (Ask where these fit into modern music) $ The “ISMS” 1. Impressionism 2. Post-Romanticism 3. Expressionism 4. Primitivism 5. Futurism 6. Neo-Classicism 7. Nationalism (20 th century Variety) 8. Avant-gardism 9. Absurdism 10. Serialism 11. Minimalism 12. New Virtuosity $ Composers (Debussy, Stravinsky, Schoenberg and the 2 nd Viennese School [with Webern and Berg], Copland, Cage, Glass $ Know the main opera trends of the 19 th century (Italian, French, German), their terms (Gesamtkunstwerk, bel canto) and composers (Rossini, Verdi, Wagner)...
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  • Fall '06
  • Ericson
  • Richard Wagner, Arnold Schoenberg, Faun Schoenberg, Absurdism Serialism Minimalism, Primitivism Futurism Neo-Classicism

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