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Lecture 8

MUS 112E Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Program Music, Child Prodigy, Baroque Architecture

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MUS 112E

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-he and Fanny were child prodigies on keyboard
-choral production was forgotten around this time
-had problem with Berlioz’s program music: they weren’t needed
-taps to social customs of amateur singing
-oratorios were very popular in Germany and England
-was a big prophet
-has baroque elements such as passages of homophony and polyphony
-combination of voice entrances
-doesn't modulate straight to the dominant
-Mendohlsson uses baroque architecture to create oratorios for himself
-elements that make it spiritual: text, uses a choral, expansive vastness of
Violin Concerto in E minor
-has same spirit as a symphony
-piano becomes symbol of middle class success
-there’s domestic association with the piano
-this had open roles for a lot of women
-Fanny was discharged from publishing music
Fanny’s Gartenlieder Op 3 no 6
-brings a sense of community with singing
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