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Music 1102A/B Final: Music 1102 Exam Notes

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Music 1102A/B
Peter Lea
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Music 1102: Listening to Music – Final Exam Notes
Medieval Era 2
Renaissance Era 2
Baroque Era 3
Classical Era 3
Romantic Era 4
Modern Era 4-5
Broad Description of Each Musical Era 5
Jazz 5
First Nations Music (Music of Turtle Island) 6
Strophic Form 6
Modified Strophic Form 6
Variations Form 6
Ternary Form 6
Rondo Form 7
Sonata Form 7
Timbre 8
Rhythm/ Meter 9
Irregular Meter and Rhythmic Freedom 9
Melody 9-10
Harmony and Texture 10-11
Key Elements of Text 11
Music and Text 11-12
Interpreting Persona 12
Number Opera 12
Music Drama 12-13
Types of Musical Meaning 13
Musical Form and Meaning 13
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Medieval (before 1400)
oGregorian Chant (700-800),
oTroubadours- poets (1170-1220)
Instruments: Lutes, Organ, Voice (only men)
Renaissance (1400 -1600)
Poorly preserved
Chamber (small group)
oHarpsicord (1450),
o3 violins (1500)
o4stringed violins (1550),
oViola de gamba (cello)
oVoice (both men and women)

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Baroque (1600 – 1750)
Composed for church and entertainment (later in the period) for rich
oHarpsicord (1600-1700)
oStrings (Violin, viola, cello, double bass)
oWoodwins (flute, oboe)
oBrass ( shitty Trumpets, horn)
Classical (1750 – 1825)
Everyone listend to music public, not poor people, rich and wealthy
Chamber and solos we intimate and rare
Symphoies and operas
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