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UTSGESS102H1C.BanksFall

Last Lecture Timeline

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8 Dec 2010
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Agricola: de re metallica (on the nature of metals, mainly about mining in saxony, includes mineral classification, uses the term fossils first (referr
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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerFall

Language

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7 Dec 2010
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Exam: describe everything you hear, essay question, 3 choices, touch mostly on things we"ve discussed since the midterm. Aural transmission: advantage,
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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerFall

Politics

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7 Dec 2010
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20th century: nazi germany (right-winged, stock market crashed caused the germans to blame someone, hitler"s party came into power.  richard strauss (
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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerFall

Religion

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7 Dec 2010
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Sing to him a new song; strike up with all our art and shout in triumph. (ps. Music & religion: venantius fortunatus (c. 530 609): pange lingua (hymn,
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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerFall

Context

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7 Dec 2010
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Music is always the same, the text doesn"t change, but the context can. Between recorded studio and recorded live performances? i. e. m. praetorius, in
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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerFall

Form Continued

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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerFall

Form_

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The shape of a musical composition as defined by all of its pitches, rhythms, dynamics, and timbres: dynamics loud, soft, gentle. The structure, shape
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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerFall

Texture & Harmony

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7 Dec 2010
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Mus110h1 lecture 4 texture and harmony10-12-07 2:08 am.  their both melodies (two melodies one is lower) one is rhythmically more active. Renaissance
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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerFall

Timbre

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Thursday, october 7, 2010 timbre/tone colour: timbre = tone colour = the sound of the sound i. e. bright/dark, cool/warm, smooth/raspy, thin/rich, clea
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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerFall

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. Polymete
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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerFall

Rhythm

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7 Dec 2010
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Main stylistic eras of western music: middle ages (medieval): ca. 1400: main music found in the church (the literate people were there, renaissance: ca
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT100Y1 Study Guide - Lascaux, Social Stratification, Oldowan

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7 Dec 2010
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Anthropology term 1 study guide - watts 10-12-07 1:54 am. 3 typical elements of archaeological research: unobserved material culture, unobserved human/
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT100Y1 Study Guide - Meiosis, Pelvic Inlet, Ecological Niche

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7 Dec 2010
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Anthropology term 1 study guide lehman 10-12-07 1:54 am. Evolutionary anthropology: application of modern evolutionary theory to studies of the morphol
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