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January 16 - Instrumental Music and Late Baroque Context and Style.pdf


Department
Music-Arts Faculty
Course Code
MUAR 211
Professor
Eric Smialek

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Housekeeping
Recap from last
class
Frescobaldi and the
dance suite
Late Baroque style
and context

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Recap from Last Class
Monteverdi clip
Interval
Octave
Diatonic/Chromatic Scales

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Rise of Instrumental Music
Just as composers could build long operas by
stringing together different sections (arias and
recitatives), they could write extended
instrumental works by connecting smaller
pieces.
Instrumental compositions are divided into
independent sections called movements.
Dance suites connect several dances together as
separate movements.
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