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UOTTAWAMUS 1301Genevieve BoucherFall

MUS 1301 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Antonio Vivaldi, Duple Coachbuilders, Keyboard Instrument

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Baroque: excessive ornamentation in the visual arts and a rough/bold instrument sound in music: energetic, detail, grandiose, flamboyant, drama created
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UOTTAWAMUS 1301Genevieve BoucherFall

MUS 1301 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Jacques Moderne, Sarabande, Dotted Note

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Medieval and renaissance: medieval instruments, pipe organ: principal instrument of the monastery and cathedral. Ancient musical instrument constructed
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UOTTAWAMUS 1301RobertrivalWinter

MUS 1301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sonata Form, 100 Questions, Oboe

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They are connected with a big crescendo, ending in c major. This is significant because it starts in c major, then the sun is shining and triumphant be
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UOTTAWAMUS 1301RobertrivalWinter

MUS 1301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Strophic Form, Ternary Form, Absolute Music

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1 somehow has to do with dies irae. Accrued meaning- something has original meaning that we mostly forget and gets translated to something else. The tr
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UOTTAWAMUS 1301RobertrivalWinter

MUS 1301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Col Legno, Gustav Holst, Time Signature

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Rhythm- more general term, relative duration of notes that fall within a meter. Pattern of beats is meter (4/4 common time, triple time, 2/4 march,) Co
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UOTTAWAMUS 1301RobertrivalWinter

MUS 1301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tempo, Duple Coachbuilders, French Horn

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Timbre: quality of a sound, defined as the relative weight of overtones or partials that make up a constituent pitch. The main one that sounds is the f
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UOTTAWAMUS 1301Genvieve BazinetFall

[MUS1301] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (33 pages long)

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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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