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Department
Music and Culture
Course Code
VPMC88H3
Professor
Ken Mc Leod

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Music sound used to express emotion,
Sound
o3 properties of sound
Pitch (pianissimo, Piano, mezzo, forte, fortissimo)
Dynamics
Tone colour
Frequency
Scales
oChromatic
oWhole tone
oDiatonic
Rhythm beat, meter, tempo
oBeat
oAccent
oMeter
oMeasure
oTempo
oSimple vs compound meter
oSyncopation
Melody
oTune
oMotive
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oTheme theme is like melody but a bigger piece
oPhrase
oSequence
oCadence
oClimax
Texture
oMonophony
oHomophony
oPolyphony
Counterpoint
Imitative counterpoint
More structures of music
oTonality
oMode
oKey
oModulation
oFunctional harmony/tonality (started at the baroque period)
Form
oBinary (AB)
oTernary (ABA)
oRounded Binary (ABA)
oMovement
oGenre
oStyle
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Stylistic eras
oMiddle ages 476 1450
oRenaissance 1450 1600
oBaroque 1600- 1750
oClassical 1750 1820 rational thought, reason and balance
oRomantic 1820 1900
o20th - 21st century 1900-
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