The smallest identifiable musical idea
Elongation of note lengths
Shortening of note lengths
Change of Interval
Altering the intervals but keeping the contour and rhythm of the motive
Change of meter
same motive fit over a n
instrument of choice for baroque orchestra
harpsichord - strings are plucked
strings are struck but whats different is that the jack is pointed at the end and over it is a strip of copper
so metal against metal
small, sits on lap, one
"Georgia on My Mind" Ray Charles
-Tin Pan Alley traditional song and embraces that
-Singing style reflects blues/gospel based vocals
-Center for recording was in Memphis
-Ahmet Ertegun was the owner
-Jerry Wexler was vice-president and be
A 1960s movement characterised by simple melodies and harmonies, lots of repetition, and a slow rate
An eight-note scale that alternates half steps and whole steps
How quickly harmonies chang
"I Feel Love" Donna Summer
-Queen of disco
-accompaniment is all electronic instruments
-16 beat rhythm of funk, bass drum on beat
-Contrast with music and lyrics
-Career mimics disco and breaks at end
"YMCA" Village People
-French producer made this
-Consistency in message to avoid controversy
-H-D-H (Holland Dozier Holland) songwriting team
"My Girl" The Temptations
-Most popular motown group during the 60's
-Moderate tempo love ballad AABA
-Group wanted to split several times, but cou
A La Pointe
tip of bow produces lighter and more delicate sound (detache). (ch 2 pg 25)
frog of bow produces heavier and richer detache sound. (ch 2 pg 25).
single bowed notes require separation between them. start stop bow while it is r
Branch of nationalism specific to America, pioneered by Charles Ives whose compositions incorporated
American subjects and folk songs.
A type of ostinato piece from the Baroque period referring to a set of variations on a
Bla Bartk was a leading authority on
The combination of two traditional chords sounding together is known
The use of two or more contrasting and independent rhythms at the
same time is known as
A triglyceride consists of
three glycerols and a fatty acid.
correct glycerol and three fatty acids.
a cholesterol and three fatty acids.
two cholesterols and two fatty acids.
glycerol and three fatty acids.
When a person's pulse is taken by palpation nea
within four note cord, some tones will be (blank) which notes to (blank) depends on dynamic of
passage. for louder passages (blank) french horn. pg 282
entering on high note
because of the way, lip pressure is used to produce tones. brass players
Kyrie from the Mass "Cum jubilo"
(anonymous) Gregorian Chant
"Nunc aperuit nobis"
Hildegard of Bingen
"Sumer is icumen in"
(anonymous) English round
Gloria from the "Messe de Nostre Dame"
Guillaume de Machaut
Agnus Dei I from the "Mass for the Pope Marcel
general term for several romantic styles that suceeded the dominance of German Romanticism and
preceded the return of Classicism to the arts
literary movement sharing the ideals of the Impressionists
style of paint
interval halfway between half steps
two or more keys at the same time
chord built on seconds
concrete music (musique concrete)
music consisting of recorded and electronically altered sounds
indeterminate, aleatory, r
musical show presenting ideas subject to the audience's interpretation and leaving situations unresolved
all of the music accompanying a film
source music, diagetic music
music heard by characters in the film as well as by the f
Nocturne in E-flat major
"Ride of the Valkyries"
"Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks"
"The Sunken Cathedral"
"The Rite of Spring"
"General Putnam's Camp"
Arrangement of time in music.
Elements of music
Basic materials of which music is composed: rhythm, melody, harmony, timbre.
Basic rhythmic pulse of music.
Strong sound. Accents may be achieved b
Where is Jamaica?
South of the East balls of Cuba
1. Tainos (Natives before Spanish)
2. Spanish (1494-1655)
3. British (1655-1962)
Jamaican Government and Language
What is the Queen called?
William Grant Still
- Harlem Renaissance
- 1st black composer to have a symphony and opera
- Afro-American symphonies with blues theme and banjo
-singer then became a composer
- melodies for voices and instruments
- music has appeared in man
- went to Paris to escape from Russia's political climate
- "Rite of Spring"
- developed twelve-tone scale
- tone poems
- "The Sorcere
"piano blues". piano style derived from the formal and harmonic structure of the blues, but bright in
mood and fast in tempo. the left hand of the pianist plays a characteristic ostinato pattern
small jazz ensemble
New Orleans jazz
development of vocal solo
aria = song full blown solo in opera or oritorial
da capo aria - to go back to the beginning a - b (d.c) = return back to a
(gets longer and longer)
doctrine of affections philosophy
how to do