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Department
Music
Course
MUSC 102
Professor
Kip Pegley
Semester
Winter

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Week 5 Musc 102, early to late romanticism 02/03/2014 ­ melodies can be separated into phrases ­ counter point is a synonym for polyphone Grandiose Aria ▯ song (Italian) Vs miniatures Lied? ▯ german word for song Differences Classic Romantic Orchestra ­ 25­30 ­ 60 or more Dyn­range ­ ppp ▯ fff ­ greater extremes of tempo, more  changeable within a movement ­ often indicated ­ longer more variety ­ emotional: serves to express the  deepest feelings in the music ­ flexible Program ­ music that tells some kind of story ­ more common for romantic music Absolute ­ music that has no meaning outside of the music itself and the feelings it produces Forms ­ same forms and genres. More genres added ­ movements become longer (45 mins approx.) Lied from songs  ­ 1805 1847 without words  ­ Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel (1840?) ­ A lot of pieces she wrote were published under her brothers name ­ Composed about 400 works but a lot are contributed to Felix ­ Lied , songs without words ▯ instrumental, piano ­ Melody sounds like somebody should be singing it ­ ABA^l ­ Atmosphere of inner dialogue  ­ Motif of a questioning idea, from an ascending leap ­ Closing section, questioning idea and climax Nationalism ­ Each country has its own unique style ­ 19  century, war  ­ French revolution and napoleon▯ crowns himself emperor, napoleon doesn’t help  lower/middle class ­ Military resistance to napoleon makes other countries stronger ­ Mercenary▯ using others to fight for you, hire ­ Fighting for culture and people of homeland brought people together, patriotism  Effects on music
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