In preparation for this assignment, please be familiar with information in pages 69-84 of
your textbook. For a possible 10 points, please respond completely to the items below
(underlined) by May 23.
1. 2 pts. The Argentinian musicia
In preparation for this assignment, please be familiar with the information in pp. 96-122
of the textbook. For a possible 10 points, please carefully and completely respond to
each item (underlined and in bold type) of the assignment
In preparation for Reading/Listening #4, please be familiar with the information in pp.
53-68 of your textbook. For a possible 10 points, please submit your responses to the
items underlined below by May 19.
1. 2 pts. Please follow th
During the nineteen-sixties, an era known as the British Invasion was born. During this
time in music, British bands were using American song templates in their songs as a way to
crossover to the American music market. The British Invasion came by way of
MUS 100: 02
The event I attended was a student recital. There were eleven separate pieces performed
by eleven different students. There were solo pieces performed and then there were group pieces
performed. The program consiste
Vocab Sheet 2
VOCABULARY SHEET 2
1. Orchestration: Manipulation of tone colors within the orchestra to best match the
2. Timbre: Unique sound quality of an instrument; its tone color.
3. Song Cycle: A group of
Vocabulary Sheet 3
1. Whole-tone scale: A scale comprised of only whole steps.
2. Polyrhythm: Several interlocking rhythms at once such as Asian and African rhythms
at the same time.
3. Running counter to the action: Music that con
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Amazon has competition with Barnes and Nobles E Ink, a paper like e-reader that has no
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Vocabulary Sheet 1
1. Tone: a musical sound
2. Note: a symbolic representation of a tone
3. Pitch: The highness or lowness of a tone
4. Staff: 5 parallel lines used to chart notes, like a graph
5. Clef: a symbol used to indicate th