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UOTTAWAMUS 1301Genvieve BazinetFall

MUS 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pizzicato, Woodwind Instrument, Ternary Form

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The rational organization of sounds and silences passing through time. Created by sound waves (the vibrations that reflect slight differences in air pr
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UOTTAWAMUS 1301Genvieve BazinetFall

MUS 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Scherzo, Contrabassoon, Pedal Point

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Listener"s expectations: there was a standardization of genres and form which lead audiences to expect certain things from each concert. Form: sonata-a
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UOTTAWAMUS 1301Genvieve BazinetFall

MUS 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Doctor Atomic, Martha Graham, Sonata Form

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In art, not a literal portrayal but an imprint of mood or emotion felt from a scene. Impressionism is a sub movement of the more general modernism move
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UOTTAWAMUS 1301Genvieve BazinetFall

MUS 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Concerto Grosso, Sonata Form, Rondo

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Coincides with the enlightenment- pursuit of natural laws, emergence of science vs. Emergence of middle class pride, middle class began to challenge hi
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UOTTAWAMUS 1301Genvieve BazinetFall

MUS 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Rondo, Soft Pedal, Slavonic Dances

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Self-expression, human imagination and the wonders of nature. Nature: the darker side of human nature (fascination with the supernatural and the occult
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UOTTAWAMUS 1301Genvieve BazinetFall

MUS 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pierre Attaingnant, Johannes Gutenberg, Sackbut

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The time between the fall of rome and the age of discovery. Roman catholic church dominated spiritual and administrative force in medieval. Church and
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UOTTAWAMUS 1301Genvieve BazinetFall

MUS 1301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: The Well-Tempered Clavier, Program Music, Diatonic Function

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Excessive, elaborate, grand, flamboyant music (a lot of ornamentation that began in the visual arts with bold colours and flowed into music with bold s
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