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Symphonie fantastique Paris, 1830 Hector Berlioz 1803-1869
Program Music Instrumental music associated with a story, poem, idea, or scene Program symphony- a symphony with a program Absolute music: non-programmatic
Prix de Rome The highest award of the Paris Conservatory Prize: 2 years in Rome
Romanticism: Emotional Expression Love Nature Supernatural / Religion / Death
Fifth Movement: Dream of a Witches’ Sabbath Witches Sabbath, Francisco Goya
To Remember for Test: Symphonie fantastique Hector Berlioz Prix de Rome Program Symphony Idée Fixe Romanticism and Symphonie fantastique
Program Music Instrumental music that is associated with a story, poem, idea, or scene. Elements being described are the “Program” Made known by title.
X. PROGRAM MUSIC (Get books today) Journal Entry #2 Which Romantic composer have you enjoyed the most so far? Why?
Program Music Instrumental music that tells a story.
©2009, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 1 Romantic Program Music.
Begins on page 210 Chapter 25 Program and Ballet Music.
Programmatic Music. Piece of music that tells a story.
Program Music: Music that is “about something”; It follows a story, describes a scene, etc. Example: Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Dukas. (Fantasia)
Reminders Exam postponed until 4/8 Exam postponed until 4/8 Activity 2 due next Thursday (3/20) Activity 2 due next Thursday (3/20)
Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique
Orchestral Music II January 23, Instrumental Music: Ideal Romantic Art Unlimited expressive range Unlimited expressive range Schopenhauer: instrumental.
Symphony Fantastique Hector Berlioz Web The Romantic Period Paris became the most important city for Romantic music In Romantic music fantasy and expression.
... as useless and dangerous for another will to oppose mine... as it is to try to keep gunpowder from exploding.
Chapter 53 Music in Paris Under Louis Philippe: Berlioz and Chopin.
Program Music Distinguish between program music and absolute music Connection with the other fine arts and with life.
Chapter 18 (Part 2). The Romantic Period Romantic Period: a period during the 19 th and 20 th century when composers created music that often exploded.
Richard Wagner May 22, 1813-Febraury 13, 1883 Famous for his operas Ring Cycle – 18 Hour Opera Ahead of its time – combine literature, music and.
Music Appreciation Romantic Era ( ). Background Deals with emotion Started by Beethoven Increased dynamics from ppp to fff Brought in the start.
Romantic Program Music
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