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MUS 101 Lecture 10: Felix Mendelssohn

Felix Mendelssohn ● North German Jew ● Melodist and kept Class...

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MUS 101
MUS 101 Lecture 15: Woodwind

Woodwind Single reed – clarinet Double reed – oboe ...

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Music
MUS 101
MUS 101 Lecture 8: Cole Porter

A. Schoenberg ● Viennese Jew ● Friends were Webern and Berg. B...

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Music
MUS 101
MUS 101 Lecture 15: Mighty Five

Mighty Five: The folk music of Russia sounds different from that of...

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Music
MUS 101
MUS 101 Lecture 18: Sharp

Sharp: Half-step higher Flat: Half-step lower. Variation...

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Music
MUS 101
MUS 101 Lecture 17: Range

Range: The highest and lowest notes that someone/something can sing...

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Music
MUS 101
MUS 101 Lecture 15: Highest to lowest

Highest to lowest: violin  viola  cello  double bass The dif...

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Music
MUS 101
MUS 101 Lecture 4: Tempo

● Tempo (speed) ○ Largo: slow ○ Adagio: very slow ○ Andante: ...

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Music
MUS 101
MUS 101 Lecture 10: Erlkonig

Erlkonig ● Poem by Goethe – “German Shakespeare” ● Crescendo i...

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MUS 101
MUS 101 Lecture 8: Haydn – Father of Symphony and the String Quartet

Haydn – Father of Symphony and the String Quartet Wolfgang A...

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Music
MUS 101

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