Chapter 12_ Preclude-Music and the Enlightenment
The predominant texture of Classical music is homophonic
Novel and Symphony were invented in Classical Period
Classical style is a reflection of the Enlightenment ideals of "pleasing variety" and "natural
Music 101 1st Test Study Guide - Materials of Music Through the Baroque Period Concert Etiquette pp. 4-10 Elements of Music You should be able to define these terms: The 6 (Most Important) Elements of Music Melody- a coherent succession of pitches
Chapter 23_ The Late Twentieth Century Music
1. Late twentieth-century styles as reflections of historical events in this century.
2. The changes and features associated with modernism in music after World War II, especially
new sound materials, electroni
Wicked The Musical
On Thursday November 8, 2012, the winner of Drama Desk Award, Wicked The Musical
was performed in the Gershwin Theatre and it was directed by Joe Mantello. Stephan Schwartz
wrote the lyrics and composed the music. He
The Cambridge Companion to the Musical, 2nd edition
Edited by William A. Everett and Paul R. Laird
Cambridge University Press
March 6, 1948- present
Schwartz majored in music and studied piano and composition in The
Chapter 22: Alternatives to Modernism
Musical features of important traditionalist twentieth-century styles before 1945, especially
Neoclassicism, nationalism, and film music.
Various alternatives to modernism explored by twentieth-century traditionalist
Chapter 17: The Early Romantics
The principal genres of the early Romantic period as individual solutions to the problem of
form, each creating thematic unity in either miniature or grandiose contexts.
The lives and music of Franz Schubert, Rober
Chapter 16: Prelude: Music after Beethoven: Romanticism
Recurrent themes in music and the arts during the Romantic era: the cult of the individual,
revolt, artistic freedom, the supernatural, and a restless boundlessness.
The problem of the growi
Chapter 14_Other Classical Genres
Features of four important Classical genres, understood as expressions of the principles of
"pleasing variety" and "natural simplicity": sonata, concerto, string quartet, and opera buffa.
The internal structures
Chapter 18_Romantic Opera
Romantic opera as a supreme reflection of the recurring themes of Romanticism.
Features of the important categories of Romantic operaespecially Italian opera and
Wagnerian music drama.
The lives and music of significant operatic
Chapter 19: The Late Romantics
Features of late Romantic music as a reflection of the tension between romanticism and
The role of nationalism in late Romanticism, especially in the music of the Russian kuchka.
Classicism and nostalgia as late nin
Chapter 20_Prelude: Music and Modernism
1. Features of early twentieth-century musical styles reflect major scientific, philosophical,
literary, and artistic trends in that century.
2. The changes and features associated with twentieth-century modernist m
Chapter 15: Beethoven
The transition from Classicism to Romanticism and the ideological impact of the French
Beethovens Three Periods: Beethovens music is traditionally divided into three style periods.
The first period (until 1800, in
CHAPTER 21_Early Modernism
Musical features of important early twentieth-century styles, especially impressionism,
expressionism, the Second Viennese School, and American modernism.
The influence on music of other art forms, such as ballet, theater, and t
Chapter 13- The Symphony
The internal structures of four important Classical forms associated with the four-movement
plan: sonata form, theme and variations, minuet form, and rondo form.
1. The prominence of the Classical symphony was due in part
Revised On-Campus Concert Report
Due Date: 11/26/2012
Instructor: Ms. Aya Hayashi
Class: Mus101 M, W @9:30 am
This was a CCNY concert series by The Department of Music on Monday, October 22,
2012 at 12:30p.m. in 95 Shepard Hall. The chairperson Professor
TEST 4 STUDY GUIDE
Franz Schubert - Erlknig (1815) - Lied
Hector Berlioz - Symphonie fantastique (1830) - Program symphony
*Movement 1 - Rveries, Passions
Movement 2 - Un bal
Movement 3 - Scne aux champs
*Movement 4 - Marche au supplice
Baroque (1600-1750) o Ends at death of U.S. Bach o From Portuguese barroco-pearl of irregular shape o Odd, irregular, grotesque o Applied to visual arts and architecture o Continued rise of middle class, along with poverty o Absolute monarchy-Louis X
A comparison of Baroque and Classical Styles Baroque o Composers Monteverdi, Purcell, Strozzi, Corelli, Vivaldi, Handel, Bach o Melody Continuous with wide leaps o Rhythm Single rhythm; steady pulse, freer in vocal music o Harmony Chromatic harmo
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Born in Salzburg, Austria to musician father (his teacher) Child prodigy-began composing before age 5 Toured Europe w/father and sister (Nannerl-age 6) Wrote for all genres: symphonies, string quartets, sonatas, co
Lecture 3 Received concerts list TA Emily E-Mail: [email protected] Timbre-Musical Color o Color of the sound of the instruments o Affected by size and shape of instrument o Affected by what is used to play instrument 4 families of instruments o
Lecture 4 TA #2 E-mail: [email protected] Tempo-the pace of music o How fase, how show o Getting faster (acelerando) or slower (ritardando) o Italian terms-italian domination 1600-1750 o tempo markings gravo-solemn (very, very show) largo-broa
The Importance of Chant Called-Gregorian chant, plainsong, plainchant, chant Developed out of Judaic tradition Nonmetric-follows the words Used for worship and education 3 types of word setting in chant o Syllabic-1 note for each syllable o Pneumatic
Baroque Vocal Music
only the court was a major venue for instrumental music
Introduced around the year 1600
experience (and express) intense emotions.
coloratura singingfast brilliant runs, scales, high notes, vocal cadenzas, and so on
Sep 30, 2012
Compare and Contrast Essay_Outline
Circle of Life from the Album Bibbidi Bobbidi Bach is performed by Voices of Ascension
Chorus. It is originally composed by Elton John, and lyrics by Tim Rice, Donald Fraser who is a
Homework (Tuesday Night) Assignment 4
Music 10100 A / SEK
Due: October 17, 2012
Read the biography of Antonio Vivaldi. Write down three major facts about his life.
1. Antonio Vivaldi was taught to play violin by his father.
2. Antonio Vivaldi work
People and Pieces to Know:
1. Leonin (pg.58)
Notre Dame School of Polyphony. He was the master who started organum
2. Philippe de Virtry (pg.60)
He was believed to be the author of Ars Nova Treatise, which lent its name to refer as late
MUSIC 101 FINAL REVIEW
20th Century Listening Pieces (in chronological order):
1. Claude Debussy: Nuages from Nocturnes (1899)
- French Composer, associated with impressionist music, but he personally hated to be call
- One scale that can be
Compare and Contrast Essay
The Lion King: Circle of Life (in the style of Gregorian chant)
Circle of Life (OBC)
Due Date: 10/10/2012
Instructor: Ms. Aya Hayashi
Class: Mus101 M,W @9:30 am
The Circle of Life was originally an opening song of a Disney a
Chapter 24: Music in America: Jazz and Beyond
1. The roots and stylistic development of jazz, especially ragtime, blues, New Orleans jazz, big
band jazz (swing), bebop, and jazz-rock fusion.
2. The influence of jazz and blues in popular song and in the co