19th Century: solo, chamber and vocal
PRELUDE: Beethoven was very influential (intimidating) to others.
used the orchestra to its fullest dramatic capabilities.
19th c Romantic Lieder
combined tuneful melodicism desired by 19thc composers with d
Test #2 Study Guide :-)
SCAN FORM DONT FORGET IT!
66 questions with 2 extra credit, 5 question on choosing
Motown or Stax/Atlantic (artists,town,facts), Listening is of the
test, Matching section of Artists names with correct info, True or
False is rest o
REVIEW QUESTIONS FOR EXAM 2 KEY
1. To say that demand for a good is elastic, it means that
a 1% change in quantity demanded results in a 1% change in price.
a 1% rise in price results in a drop in quanti
Review Questions for Exam 1 (KEY)
ECONOMICS THE BASICS
What issues does economics address and examine?
Economics primarily addresses the problems associated with
Issues with money and bankin
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Musicology 110 Notes 1/15
Music is the art of sound & rhythm through time
Western Music has a rhythmic structure we are used to throughout time in the US and Western Europe
Classical Music is the music tied to that type of music that
Mozart, Haydn, and later Beethoven dominated the classical period.
The musical center of the era became Vienna, Austria
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
We see that there is a shift from only wealthy literacy to everyon
Ideas about Vocal Music
Relationship between opera and church vocal forms
Role of women
George Frideric Handel
Opera-like religious piece
Operas and Oratorios
Hamburg to Italy to
Hildegard von Bingen (of Bingen)
Medieval Music con3nued
Music in Ancient China
Music in the Ancient World
Music in Ancient India
Natyashastra dramaCc theory (4th and 5th
Confucius (551-479 BCE)
ClassicaCon of Instruments - material
Music in Ancie
What is Music?
Guiding Concepts and
Dr. Kings I Have a Dream Speech
August 28, 1963
Our definition humanly organized
sound and the practices of making it.
Speech and Music?
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
With whom to do we make music?
Issues and Ques/ons
the ways people make music
meaningful and useful in their lives
Thinking about Music in
General context: location
Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)
Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
Dido and Aeneas (1689)
The Coronation of
Dido and Aeneas
Recitative Melody gradually
Late Baroque Aesthetics
Winds and brass
Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Violin Concerto in G, La stravaganza
Opus 4, Number 12
Composition: Romo et Juliette
Composer: Hector Berlioz
Story Title: Wherefore Art Thou, Mother?
Story: The story begins as five newly hatched ducklings awake from inside their nest to
figure out their mom was nowhere
William E Abell
Is Classical Music Relevant Today?
Classical music, in my lifetime, has always been towards the bottom of the list
of genres of music I enjoy listening to on a day-to-day basis. Occasionally, I switch to
o Nicknamed Little Jazz, Eldridge was the most influential trumpeter of the
o He was a musical mentor to Dizzy Gillespie.
o Rockin Chair features Eldridges solo trumpet with big band accompaniment.
New quiz form
o Short answer from notes
o Song identification
o List of songs, he plays, you mark which one it is
Jazz evolved in New Orleans starting around 1900
First jazz recording was in 1917
o Father of Jazz
Started in the 1950s
o Drummer, Bandleader
o As a drummer, Blakey had an unmistakable, thunderous sound
o Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers served as the finishing school for dozens of
o Witton won a grammy for a classica
o Count Basies rhythm section: piano, guitar, bass and drums were heralded as one of
the best in the history of the music
o Their playing in the 1940s established the role for each of the rhythm section
instruments, and cont
Title: Symphony No. 6, Pastoral
Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven
Story Title: Jack van Frost
The story begins with a father and his son waking up on a Christmas morning. They look
outside the window and to their
Performers: The Piano Performance Team. Artists include: Yuqing Chen, Joshua Facello,
Sebastien Finucane, Anshul Subramanya, and Jennifer Xu.
Venue: James R. Cox Auditorium, Alumni Memorial Building
Date: Sunday, No
John Harbisons Contemporary Music
Performer: John Harbison
Location: Harbinson was born in Orange New Jersey. He did his undergraduate work at Harvard
University and earned an MFA in from Princeton University. He taught at Massa
Musicology 110 Fall 2012
Title: Pumped Up Kicks
Performer: Foster The People
Composer: Mark Foster
Instrumentation: When regarding the instruments in Pumped Up Kicks, it appears to be the
guitar, drums, and a keyboard that are all
April 4, 2012
When it comes to country, Brad Paisley will usually pop into your mind. He is known for
his amazing job of hosting the Country Music Awards with Carrie Underwood, and of course for
his impeccable talent
Research Paper Outline
I. Introduction Born October 28, 1972 in Glen Dale, West Virginia,
Briefly introduce the band (where they are from, how many members, any history you
know) and describe what you are going to do in your paper i.e. you are going to re
Liefmotif- guiding or leading, motive in Wagners operas
Major- one of the modes of the diatonic scale, oriented around C as the tonic; characterized
by the interval between the first and third notes containing four semitones, as opposed to
Performance: Golka Plays Chopin
Music: Concerto No. 1 for Piano And Orchestra in E minor, Opus 11 (1830), Overture and
Romance from The Pearl Fishers (1863), Night of the Flying Horses (2002), Suite No. 2 from
Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
Composers Life Span: 1840-1893.
Location: Born in Votkinsk, Russia. Pyotr made his home in Moscow as a composer.
Genres: He wrote symphonies, program music, and piano music.