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Chapter 4 Review This will be on your test!!!. Chapter 4 Review Vocabulary 1. The aural aspect of music in which a certain number of beats are grouped.

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1 Chapter 4 Review This will be on your test!!!

2 Chapter 4 Review Vocabulary 1. The aural aspect of music in which a certain number of beats are grouped together. 2. The division of beats into defined groups separated by a bar line. 3. Type of spontaneous musical invention. 4. The emphasis placed on a musical sound. 5. Deliberate shifts of the accent so that it goes against the steady beat, conflicts with it, and tries to upset the steady beat. 6. A repeated musical figure

3 Chapter 4 Review Questions 7. What is the difference between steady beat and syncopation? 8. What are “found instruments?” 9. What rhythmic device is used in ragtime? 10. What does “mixed meters” mean? 11. Explain the feeling that syncopation gives music. What causes this feeling? 12. Based on what you know, how could you explain the importance of coordination to a musician? 13. What is the relationship between beat and rhythm? 14. In your opinion, which characteristics of STOMP’s music appeal to today’s audiences?

4 Chapter 4 Review Vocabulary 1. The aural aspect of music in which a certain number of beats are grouped together. meter 2. The division of beats into defined groups separated by a bar line. measure 3. Type of spontaneous musical invention. improvisation 4. The emphasis placed on a musical sound. accent 5. Deliberate shifts of the accent so that it goes against the steady beat, conflicts with it, and tries to upset the steady beat. syncopation 6. A repeated musical figure ostinato

5 Chapter 4 Questions 7. Steady beat is the main beat. Syncopation accents a weak beat, creating a feeling of imbalance in the steady beat. 8. Ordinary objects that can be used to make sound. 9. Syncopation is used. 10. “Mixed Meters” means using both duple and triple meters in a piece. 11. Syncopation creates a feeling of imbalance or something unexpected. The feeling is caused by accents falling on weaker beats or between the main beats. 12. Coordination is an important asset to musicians because they are often doing several tasks at the same time. 13. Beat is the steady pulse. Rhythm is the way the music moves using long and short sounds. 14. YOUR OWN ANSWER


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