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IN REVIEW:

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Andrew Filmer

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Transcript of IN REVIEW:

IN REVIEW:
MUSIC HISTORY 1
Dr Andrew Filmer
Sunway University

Introduction
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6
Week 7
Week 8
Week 9
Week 10
Week 11
Week 12
Different times,
Different ears
Time Travel
Musicians &
Society
Factors: where, who, how
Employers
Listeners
Events
Countertenor
Archlute
Concert in the round
Renaissance, Man
Texture
Genre
Monophony
Homophony
Polyphony
Antiphony
Plainchant
Motet
Madrigal
Basso continuo
(Gregorian chant/plainsong)
(Counterpoint)
Baroque Vocal Music
Baroque Instrumental Music
Toccata
Fugue
Suite
Ostinato
Improvisation
Continuo instruments
Idiomatic writing
Dissonance
Subjects, episodes, etc.
Stylised Dances
flexibility
individual chracteristics
Prelude Allemande Courante Sarabande Minuet Gigue
Concerto
Solo concerto
Concerto grosso
Vivaldi:
The Four Seasons
Bach: 'Brandenburg' Concertos
Historical performance practice
Double concertos?
+ flexibility
+ ornamentation
Sonata
Numbers game
Solo sonata
Trio sonata
Unaccompanied sonata
2M + C
1M + C
e.g.
= 1 x
M
D
B
Etymology, two
overall
types:
church and chamber
Imitation
Passagework
Sinfonia
: 'orchestral'
Organology
Video:
From Quill to Hammer
Harpsichord
Fortepiano
Period Bows
Design Effect Contrast Application
The Classical Period
Age of Enlightenment
Connections to architecture
Industrial Revolution
away from institutions
cities
public, published, icons, international
Melodic line, harmonic change
More natural: less 'learned'
Periodicity
Forms
Divertimento
Rondo
Sonata Form
Minuet and Trio
Balance

and

Contrast
A
B
A
C
A
D
A
E
D
R
Structure, Variations
Improvised entries
Serenades, Nocturnes
(And later to scherzos)
Small Ensembles
Mozart:
Serenata Notturna
Mozart: Quartet in C
Haydn: 'Emperor' Quartet
Structure
Form: Theme and Variations

Symphony
Back to old ears: Haydn's 'Surprise'
Modern
performance practice
Even more idiomatic (almost exclusive)
Instruments, numbers, goodbye basso continuo
New effects: the crescendo
A public music: themes (or gimmicks)
A focus on contrasts of sound and performance (Mozart's 'Paris')
Concerto
PT TT ST

PT TT ST

I shorter remain again move V
Double exposition
Cadenza
why? how? when?
Vocal Music
Opera:
Serious
Buffa
Intermezzo
The Maid as Mistress
: why is it funny?
1600-1750
1750-1820
The
Lied
versus the
Aria
Syllables, accessibility, function
Strophic
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