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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
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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.
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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.
Semester Exam Study Guide Mr. Major. Directions- After accessing the Online Norton Tutorial (websites are at the bottom of the page), double click the.
曲式分析 Form and Analysis. 主題與變奏 Sectional variations; Continuous variations A theme: elements (fixed and variable) Handel suite No. 5 Handel suite.
AND THE GLORY OF THE LORD HANDEL. Background Information Comes from the Oratorio the ‘Messiah’ Written in 1741 First performed in Dublin in 1742 Fourth.
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Get books again today…. CHAPTER 3: CONCERTO GROSSO AND RITORNELLO FORM Basic principles of Baroque music: Basic principles of Baroque music: Contrasts.
Medieval and Renaissance Periods c. 600 – c
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A B C D present.
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Part 1: Materials of Music Units 1 & 2: Elements of Music & Musical Instruments and Ensembles Download the Musical Examples Here Download the Musical Examples.
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