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MUS 121 - style & function; Review

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Michael Sundblad

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Transcript of MUS 121 - style & function; Review

Style & Function of Music
by Michael Sundblad
Sacred - religious
Secular - non-religious
Sacred vs. Secular
Genre vs. Form
Genre - category & character
Form - structure & design

Medium - who performs it?
May be all three: "Symphony"
Indicate:
Title
Key
Genre
(medium)
(form)
Composer
Catolog information
Titles
Symphony no. 5
in C minor, op. 67, by Ludwig van Beethoven
Character of a work
May be:
Individual
Location-based
Historical
Style
Historical Eras
Middle Ages: 476-1450
Renaissance: 1450-1600
Baroque Era: 1600-1750
Classical Era: 1750-1825
Romantic Era: 1825-1900
Twentieth Century
and beyond: 1900+
Properties of sound:
Vibration
Frequency
Pitch
Duration
Volume
Timbre
Review for Quiz
Interval
Range
Shape
Conjunct / Disjunct

Phrase
Cadence
Melody
Rhythm
Pulse
Meter: Duple, triple, quadruple

Simple / Compound
Scales: major, minor
Diatonic, Chromatic

Tonality, Tonic
Dominant, Subdominant
Harmony
Monophony
Heterophony
Homophony
Polyphony
Homorhythm
Texture
Contrapuntal devices:
Repetition
Contrast
Variation
Theme
Motive
Sequence
Movement

Binary
Ternary
Form
Expression
Tempo & Dynamics
SATB
Categories:
Areophone
Chordophone
Idiophone
Membranophone
Voices & Instruments
Families:
Strings
Woodwinds
Brass
Percussion
Sub-families
Bowed vs. Plucked Strings
--
Pitched vs. Unpitched Percussion
(indeterminiate)
Choir/Chorus
Orchestra
Band
Orchestral seating
Ensembles
How to listen critically to music
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