This course was developed by the International Academy of Science. A concerto grosso normally involves two to four soloists, and anywhere from eight to twenty or more musicians for the tutti. Copland The 12 tone method? The instrumental concerto became a staple of the Baroque era, and found its strongest exponent in the works of the Venetian composer. Unit 7 - Late Romantic Music In this unit students study late Romantic Music, beginning with its setting. Do you agree or disagree with this assessment? New ideas and art was being introduced everywhere. When did the piano become more popular than the harpsichord? They study Missa Pange Lingua by Josquin des Prez, Adoramus Te and Christe and Missa Papae Marcelli by Giovanni da Palestrina, Magnificat a 14 by Giovanni Gabrieli, Madrigal by William Byrd, Ave Verum Corpus and Earl of Oxford's March by Byrd. Which of the following statements are not true? The late baroque period was one of the most revolutionary periods in music history.
What was the size of a classical orchestra? Pedro Calderón de la Barca 1600-81 One of the leading playwrights of Spain's Golden Age, known for his autos sacramentales, one-act religious plays. Paris In her compositions, lili Boulanger focused on? Steps how gregorian chant moves melodically Hildengard of Bingen Female composer of chant Troubadours French nobles that wrote the first large body of secular songs, these were performed by court ministrels Functions of secular music dances in wooded places, arranging parties and games and interspersing the sport of dancing with others Organum medieval music that consists of Gregorian chant and one or more additional melodic. Yet the best composers of the time were able to break new musical ground, and in so doing succeeded in creating an entirely new style of music. Started as a royal court entertainment danced by amateurs and evolved into full evening story-telling productions. Voice categories in opera are divided more finely than in other musical genres.
They explore the music of Antonin Dvorak, including his Humoresques, Slavonic Dances, and New World Symphony. A concerto grosso persents a contrast of texture between the tutti and the soloists, who assert their individuality and appeal for attention through brilliant and fanciful melodic lines. They learn about the music of Maurice Ravel, including his Concerto for the Left Hand, Daphnis et Chloe, Pavane, and Bolero, and the music of Aaron Copland, including his Appalachian Spring and Symphony No. The members of the Florentine Camerata based their theories on actual dramatic music that had come down to them from the Greeks. A concerto grosso normally involves a large group of soloists accompanied by an equal number of supporting players. John Dryden 1631-1700 Playwright whose heroic dramas, comedies, and tragedies dominated the English stage during the Restoration period. Audiences in the baroque period were most anxious to hear old familiar favorites, and did not care for new music.
Music primarily vocal and sacred instruments generally not used in church. Twentieth century Which of the following is true when referring to the Romantic period? Want to add some juice to your work? They study the music of Claude Debussy, including Claire de Lune and Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun. Air A lyrical type of dance music, but not a real dance, often incorporated into Renaissance and Baroque dance suites. But vocal and choral music still reigned supreme during this age, and culminated in the operas and oratorios of German-born composer. What was going historically during this era? How do classic composers handle dynamic changes? Se maim per marginalia If ever in wonder , was written by Franciscan Bossiness. Students are familiarized with the work of Franz Joseph Haydn, including his Surprise Symphony, London Symphony - 104, and The Creation.
Unit 5 - Early Romantic Music In this unit, students study early Romantic music, beginning with the setting. Next they gain understanding of the music of Edvard Grieg, including his Ave Maris Stella, selections from Peer Gynt Suite, and Piano Concerto in A Minor. Twentieth century During which historical period were new, atonal, compositional techniques adopted? Scope and Sequence Unit 1 - Renaissance Music In this introductory unit, students learn about Renaissance Music, including its historical-cultural setting and its musical setting. After serving in the navy and a brief return to studies at Oberlin College, William Grant Still moved to New York where he made band arrangements and played in the orchestras of all-black musical shows. The aristocracy also saw the dramatic style of Baroque architecture and art as a means of impressing visitors and expressing triumphant power and control. Unit 8 - Twentieth Century Music In this unit students study Twentieth Century Music, beginning with setting.
It was a new concept in texture, a. Jean-Baptiste Lully 1637-82 Italian musician and composer whose career was spent in France, where he dominated musical life for three decades. Was the basso continuo still used in classical music? Early baroque composers favored homophonic texture over the polyphonic texture typical of Renaissance music. The glissando, a technique widely used in the twentieth century, is the combination of two traditional chords sounding together. When was the lute used? Different types of musical compositions developed throughout different eras. Ben Jonson 1572-1637 English playwright and poet who collaborated with architect Inigo Jones on the production of masques for the Stuart court.
Form is the framework a composer uses to write a piece of music. The style started around 1600 in Rome, Italy and spread to most of Europe. What is form in music? Johann Sebastian Bach German composer of both orchestral and solo instrumental dance suites. Dances became formalized into instrumental suites and were composed by virtually all composers of the era. This family of instruments reached its present-day form during the Baroque period. Harpsichord music achieved new heights, due to the works of such masters as and others. Which of the following is not true? Many monarchs employed composers at their courts, where they were little more than servants expected to churn out music for any desired occasions.
Defying convention was more important than following it. They become familiar with the music of Giacomo Puccini through his operas, Gianni Schicchi and Turandot. Why did early baroque composers favor homophony? Madrigal secular vocal music with no repeated sections Machaut 14th century Ars Nova Known for secular song and 3 part polyphony Dufay 15th century Known for secular fauxbourdon music Gesualdo 16th century Italian Known for madrigals Prez. They study the work of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, including Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, his opera, The Magic Flute, his Symphony No. It was a new concept in texture, a melody in.
Was did the term Baroque originally mean? Which of the following statements is not true? Lope de Vega 1562-1635 Spanish poet, playwright and novelist who, along with Calderón, dominated the stage during Spain's Golden Age. Student learn about the music of Ludwig van Beethoven, studying his Moonlight Sonata, Rondo a Capriccio, Piano Concerto No. What instruments were usually present? Unit 2 - Baroque Music In this unit students gain understanding of Baroque Music, beginning with setting. The lute was stringed instrument. Classical orchestras were typically large, but came in all sizes.
Composers began to shift from tonality to the twelve-tone system because they were bored with tonal music. Which of the following statements are not true? The late baroque period was one of the most revolutionary periods in music history. Roman Catholic church powerful; monks held a virtual monopoly on learning. They learn about the music of George Frederic Handel, including his Fireworks Suite, Water Music, The Messiah overview , and The Messiah - Halleluiah Chorus. Unit 3 - Classical Music In this unit students learn about music from the Classical Period, beginning with the setting in which the music was composed. They go on to learn about the music of Robert Schumann, including his Kinderszenen, Fantasie in C Major, and Symphony No.