MUS111H1 Lecture : Meter

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Pulsatile a recognizable beat (i. e. your pulse) Non- pulsatile no perceptible, equally measurable beat. Meter has a stress on a certain note. Polymeter more than one meter at a time. 1175: conjunct, narrow range, almost no accidentals, henry percell, dido and aeneas (1689), recitative thy hand, Belinda! : melodic shape (gradual, descending melody, very conjunct, harmonic implications, robert schumann, scenes from childhood (1838, big range, disjunct, variety, with consistency (in terms of its decline) www. notesolution. com. Medieval i. e. countess of dia, i must sing (ca. 1175: predominantly conjunct motion, narrow range, staying within the octave, almost total absence of added accidentals. Rennaissance i. e. giovanni pierluigi da palestrina, sanctus of the mass: eternal. Baroque: a) idiomatic instrumental writing, idiomatic written for a specific instrument i. e. j. s. sometimes very arpeggiated and sometimes very conjunct. very metric i. e. antonio vivaldi, violin concerto in e major, the spring ,

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