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Cadences Countermelody Pedal / Inverted pedal Word setting Scales Major / Minor / relative Bending, flutter tonguing Chords Suspension, Tierce de Picardie Antiphonal Ornaments Leitmotiv Stretto Hemiola Diminuition / Augmentation Rubato Triplets Concerto Basso Continuo Double stopping Obbligato Classical, Baroque, Romatic Homophonic/Polyph onic
Voice types Tone row Unison/harmony Da capo aria Canon, Chaconne Irregular metres Chord progression Tritone/Microtone/Atonal Imitation / Sequence Compound time / simple time Pizzicato / arco / con legno / Tremolando / Harmonics Fugue Accents / Anacrusis Minimalist / Impressionist Vamp
Overview of the course UnitUnit TitleMethod of assessment Final assessment date WeightingStructure of assessment 1 Listening to & Appraising.
Higher Listening Baroque Unit. Standard Grade Concepts to remember: Oratorio Passion Opera Chorale Recitative Tierce de Picardie Aria Overture Homophonic.
Baroque Music. Sonata A work for solo piano, or a solo instrument accompanied by harpsichord. Often the basso continuo would also be played by a cello/Viola.
NATIONAL 5 PRELIM REVISION
Brahms Revision Piano Quintet in F minor, movement 3.
Baroque! MelodyTextureHarmonyRhythmForms Techniques such as sequence and imitation were used Baroque texture was often polyphonic…but it could also be.
Baroque Music Time periods in context Renaissance Baroque period Classical period 1760 – 1810 Romantic period
Music in the Baroque Period. LOs: To develop my knowledge and understanding of music history; to identify characteristics aurally; to expand my knowledge.
AP Music Theory Vocabulary Jeopardy style. Musical texture- all performers on same notes and rhythms without harmony monophonic (monophony) --unison/doubled.
BAROQUE. Orchestral Instruments (Basso) Continuo A accompaniment style with an improvised, chordal part on harpsichord or organ, supported by a low-sounding.
Musical Terms Musical Terms Studying music terminology through the 6 concepts Focus: Tone Colour & Texture Stage 6 Music – Musicology (Interactive Whiteboard)
S3 Listening Unit 2 Baroque Music.
Tonality Major Minor Atonal Modal. Rhythm / Rhythmic Devices Syncopation Dotted Rhythms Poly-rhythms Cross-rhythms Ostinato Off-beat Swing rhythms Rubato.
Lesson 1 – An Introduction. Learn about the Baroque era of music Discover one of the most famous Baroque composers Listen to some music from the.
Music Performance Music Performance Outcome 2 Performance Technique Technical work and exercises linked to a Listening Journal approach towards greater.
Chapter 12: The Symphony The Slow Movement.
Some good questions. Is there a strong feeling of pulse? Are there regular accents, or are the accents irregular? What is the tempo of the pulse.
Classical and Romantic Higher Listening Concepts.
Semester Exam Study Guide Ms. T. Anderson. The Elements of Music –Unit I Chapter 1 Melody: Musical line Chapter 2 Rhythm: Musical Time Chapter 3 Harmony:
Purcell 1. Learning Objectives To study the background of the baroque solo concerto and place the Purcell trumpet sonata in context.
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