Guitar History Notes 3 Main Parts of the Guitar (Acoustic / Classical) - Headstock o Holds strings in place o Allows you to tune the strings - Neck o Holds the fingerboard (usually made of ebony) o Has frets (metal bars across the fingerboard o Holding th
Media Final Exam Notes
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Final Lecture Notes on Unit
What is the Lolita Effect?
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Liberal feminists: o Pornography is bad for women. o Censorship is worse than pornography. Anti-sex feminists: o Experiencing a naked womans body is objectification. o Pornography is an expression of male culture and male sexuality. o Pornog
GENERAL SOCIOLOGY QUESTIONS What does it mean when something is socially constructed?
Social Constructionism = our world is a social creation, created from our everyday thoughts and actions.
What is gender stratification?
a societys unequal distribution o
Classical Period [1820-1900] Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) innovations rhythm = driven, powerful, accented motivic consistency = connecting movements through motives scherzo = (joke); replaces 3rd movement minuet, triple meter, ABA psychological progre
Music Study Guide Part 2
Chapter 22 The Late Twentieth Century Two compositional styles: - neo-classicism o more traditional tonality with Classical forms - avant-garde o experimenting with tone color, rhythm, and form new instruments sought as well as wa
Music Study Guide Modern Period
Chapter 19 Music and Modernism Modernism - reaction to Romanticism, creation of new languages in art, literature, and music Changes of the century = pace, ideas, technology, nationalist movements Music followed art movement
Music Notes Classical Period
Chapter 11: Music and the Enlightenment Enlightenment - late 18th century intellectual and philosophical movement - role of music became to entertain and please all classes of people Voltaire -
Cosmopolitan center during late
Media Exam II Notes
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Classical Music Notes
Overture Instruments playing alone (usually at the beginning) Recitative Accompaniment is usually only one instrument Aria A solo song (full orchestra) Ensemble Two or more people singing together Chorus 8 or more people singing toge
Classical Music Notes
Classical Music - Art music - Western Classical Music o 6 Major style periods Medieval No music before this time was comprehensible Renaissance (plucked instruments are most important) Circa 1400-1600s Lute (NOT the fore-runner of gu
Music Lecture Notes
Chapter 12: The Symphony Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791): - child prodigy; father took him on tour all over Europe; - left Court of Salzburg in 1781 and moved to Vienna; struggled to support himself with - teaching, concerts, and o