1. Baroque Music "Twisted Pearl"
(1600-1750) (1600-1640) Early- homophonic texture over polyphonic texture typical of Renaissance music (1640-1680) Middle- importance of instrumental music, violin most popular (1680-1750) Late- most of music heard to
The Classical Style (1750-1820) Claasical referring to Roman/Greek antiquity or any supreme accomplishment. Characteristics of the Classical Style Contrast of Mood ~Fluctuations in mood ~Contrasting themes within a movement, also contrasts within the
Chapter 1 Sound: Pitch, Dynamics, Tone Color Pitch: Highness or Lowness of Sound 1. Sound- begins with the vibration of an object, such as table that is pounded or a string that is plucked. 2. Pitch- is the relative highness or lowness that we hear i
MUSIC MID-TERM EXAM REVIEW.
Sound- begins with the vibrations of an object, such as a table that is pounded or a string that is plucked. -it is transmitted to our ears by a medium, which is usually air. -as a result of the vibrations, our eardrums v
-expression of inner feelings -individuality of style -nationalism-associated with the country it is from -program music -age of the middle class
Art Song (composition for solo voice and piano)- topic usually LOVE -cha