Transcript: What is Musical Nationalism? the use of musical ideas or motifs that are identified with a specific country, region, or ethnicity folk tunes and melodies, rhythms, and harmonies inspired by the tradition of that nation can also include the use of folklore as a basis for programmatic works including opera. emerged part way into the Romantic era Musical Schools of Nationalism He regarded Henry Purcell as the greatest He said that he had learned much of his own technique from studying Hubert Parry's writings. In Elgar's chromaticism, the influence of Wagner is apparent Russian composer of the Romantic era symphonies, operas, ballets, instrumental, chamber music and songs including the ballets Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty and The Nutcracker, the 1812 Overture , and the opera Eugene Onegin wide range of harmony use of the whole tone scale experimented occasionally with unusual meters Music inspired by: Bohemian folk songs, dances, and legends What is Neoclassicism in music? - twentieth-century, between the two World Wars - composers wanted to return to the musical principles associated with "classicism" such as: order, balance, clarity, economy, and emotional restraint -two distinct national lines: German and French Neoclassicism Got rid of: "story-and-picture" Bach Handel Vivaldi Pergolesi Wanted to achieve: balance control France -Stravinsky (Russian Composer): pianist, conductor and composer -known for experimenting with rhythm and new instrument combinations -explores percussive use of dissonance, polyrhythms, and polytonality. Germany: -Paul Hindemith: violin -wrote opera, ballets, chamber music, sonata's for violin, chorals, string quartetes -known for his unique polyphonic style THE END! known for "Pomp and Circumstance" Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872–1958) Manuel de Falla (1876-1946) Edward Elgar (1857-1934) mostly influenced Handel, Dvořárak,and to some degree, Brahms (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Hungary Franz Liszt San Francisco England Poland United States Stockholm Mexico Neoclassicism & Nationalism (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Bedrřich Smetana (1824-1884) (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Aaron Copland (1900-1990) dsjfpjpjp Charles Edward Ives (1874–1954) Czech Republic Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) Alexander Borodin (1833-1887) Research Spain Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844-1908) Russia Norway (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909) Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904) Important Details Modest Murogsky (1839-1881)
Transcript: By TJ Prelude No.15 in D flat major, op 28. Made in late 1830's (1835-1838) Chopin -Born in Poland 1810- -Died in Paris 1849- -Virtuoso Pianist- Romantic composer famous for piano music Music Presentation The Prelude No. 15 in D-flat major, known as the "Raindrop" Prelude, is the longest of the twenty-four that Chopin wrote. The weather during their stay in Majorca was apparently very wet and Chopin is said to have composed the piece there where the note repeated throughout the work represents the raindrops, hence the nickname. However, Chopin did not give it this nickname. The idea came from George Sand who told of the sound of dripping water falling on the roof where they were staying in Majorca. Sostenuto is an Italian term used by Chopin. It means a passage of music that is to be played in a sustained or prolonged manner. http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/music/western_tradition/chopin2.shtml Although Chopin was born in Poland, he later settled in Paris. He had a famous love affair with the French novelist Amantine Dupin, best known by her pseudonym, George Sand. Frédéric Chopin Chopin's 24 Preludes, Op. 28, are a set of short pieces for the piano, one in each of the twenty-four keys, originally published in 1839 and dedicated to Joseph Christoph Kessler, a composer of piano studies during Chopin's time. Ten years earlier, Kessler had dedicated his own set of 24 Preludes, Op. 31, to Chopin. Although the term prelude is generally used to describe an introductory piece, Chopin's stand as self-contained units, each portraying a specific idea or emotion. Chopin wrote them between 1835 and 1839, partly at Valldemossa, Majorca, where he spent the winter of 1838–39 and where he had fled with George Sand (His lover) and her children to escape the damp Paris weather. Like many short piano pieces of the Romantic period, this prelude is in ternary form – a three-part form (ABA) where the second A section is the same as, or very similar to, the first A section. Chopin composed during the Romantic period (roughly the 19th century). Music of the Romantic period was highly emotional and expressive with strong lyrical melodies and rich harmony. Most Romantic composers, including Schubert, Brahms and Liszt, wrote short piano pieces. Nearly all of Chopin’s compositions are for piano. Raindrop Prelude (Background) The main melody is repeated three times; the melody in the middle, however, is much more dark and dramatic. The key signature switches between D-flat major and C-sharp minor. This prelude is one of the 24 Chopin preludes. Usually performed between five and seven minutes in length, the sostenuto is also the longest of the preludes.
Transcript: Traditions and Culture Insert a map of the country here. You'll need to save it to your H: Drive first and than click: Insert: Image. Geography Government History Insert a picture pertaining to this region. Additional Information Insert a picture pertaining to this region. Your Country Name! Discuss the key features of the history of this country. Group member names Type the key Traditions and Culture of the region. Describe the key features of the geography. Discuss the key features of the government. Describe any additional information.
Transcript: At 11 years old Charles started his career All three singers had a special talent 5,657,608 Facebook fans Currently 3 award albums released today Cool Stuff More Information 28 total awards and nominations Need You Now By Justin Mesker In 2010 they toured a lot with Tim McGraw In 2006 they had their first meeting in Nashville the country music capital. Soon after they started performing gigs in small towns with small audiences. One year after forming Lady A made there first debut album which has the song "Love Don't Live Here". “Somebody asked me if I was on such a high about the award, and I said ‘Absolutely,’ but I was thinking to myself, ‘I’m also a little terrified.’ Because you hit a point like that and you really can’t go backwards…” The summer of 2006 3 talented young adults walked into a small studio hoping to make music together.A short time after Lady Antebellum was formed How They Formed? Certified as a Double Platinum Album Focuses on real people and problems. The combination of music and the lyrics speak to people and they can relate. Every country song has great meaning and sometimes a deep story behind it. Song Writing 454,156 Twitter followers "We're essentially a songwriting team that happened to have chemistry and a desire to perform," says Kelley Major Accomplishments The chemistry they all had towards each other and also with there amazing ability to harmonize songs that people love to listen to. How did they become popular? Quote from hillary Lady A is all about their fans.They write music their fans are looking for and what they can relate to. Double platinum album "Need You Now" 5,514,374 views on YouTube on the music video"NEED YOU NOW" In 2007 Lady A signed a deal with Capital Records Nashville. After the record deal lady A released their hit "Love Don't Live Here"which peaked number 3 on Hot Country Songs lists of May 2008. Giving Back Lady A is partnered with a program by the name of Mylifespeaks. This is to give a voice to the people and kids in the country of Haiti who do not have one.
Transcript: Radiohead are an English rock band from Abingdon, Oxfordshire, formed in 1985. They are more of a melo rock type like more laid back, witch is called alternative rock. About the song karma police Music template The song About the band radio head In 1997, karma police came out with their third album Ok computer.
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Transcript: Music Final Powerpoint By: Zack Horvath Song Information and Background Song Information and Background Michael Jackson is the composer and lyricist of the song Billie Jean. Billie Jean is considered an R&B classic. The instruments playing are drum set, drum machine, electric bass, guitar, synthesizer, strings, and voice are present. Instruments are introduced at the beginning of new sections, such as the pre-chorus and chorus. Arrangement and Instruments Composed and Larger work The song was composed on January 2, 1983. Although it wasn't part of any larger work such as a play or film. Micheal Jackson's music videos were in itself the first to be called "Mini-movies" as Billie Jean's music video lasted about 5 minutes long Micheal Jackson himself is a large historic Figure. Michael Jackson is one of the biggest influencers, motivators, and success stories to ever be. He still holds major records, even years after his death. Micheal Jackson created a language through his music that allowed people of all races to look at the world in a different perspective. He was one of the first artists of his time to use his platform to hit these issues head on. His lyrics, dancing, and music videos, known as “mini movies”, used emotion and metaphors that helped advocate for things like world peace, and racism. "Billie Jean" and “Thriller" were two of the first music videos by an African-American artist to air on MTV. Micheal Jackson paved the way for other African-American artists such as Prince, and Whitney Houston to receive air time on MTV, as well. Historic Significance Inspiration and Meaning This song is about a girl who claimed Jackson was the father of her child. Jackson based it on a woman who used to stalk him, writing him letters about a son she thought was his. Jackson rarely spoke about this woman, but he had a very hard time dealing with this unwanted attention and became more reclusive as a result. The song was his way of expressing his feelings without addressing her directly. Form The form of this song is divided into several sections, which we see a lot through Michael Jackson's music. We first start of with an introductions, simply giving the beat. We then go to the first and second verse, the pre chorus, verse 3 and 4, pre chorus, chorus, interlude, chorus then lastly, the coda. The shift between chorus and verses helps differentiate the harmony and melody Michael Jackson was simply ahead of his time, captivated anyone who listened. he revolutionized his time as a artists in his own ways. He leave a huge impact on the industry and how it’s viewed today all while influencing some other amazing artists that will forever continue to change. He wasn't afraid to change the view of modern music reforming any strict technical rules, and i believe we need more musicians like that today. Meaning to Me Rhythm Rhythm The rhythm from the beginning is a simple constant beat. After about two measures of the rhythm being played on the drums. We then enter the bass line and Micheal's voice to create the melody. The bass guitar has the most activity as it sets the tone hitting the beat to create the rhythm to contrast with Michael's voice. The bass gives clarity to the low strick beats created. It has a a tempo of 116 BPM and a time signature of 4/4. It's a mix of big and small beats such as quarter notes and eight notes. Melody Melody Throughout the song Michel creates and carries the melody with his reverb voice throughout the verses of the song. This song has a wide range of melody usage as the instrumental use tends to stay at the same regarding range, but Micheal's pitch ranges from high and low voice Micheal likes to create vocal interjections to create transitions this allows phase breakdowns allowing a transition from melody to harmony from the verses to the coras Harmony Harmony The harmony is found mostly within the chorus. I would consider Harmony to be simple. It has a way of being a simple harmony, but also very captivated. We can clearly identify 6 cords in the song and stays in the same key of f# Each verse starts at a mezzo piano and increases gradually to a mezzo forte. We can also hear a small crescendo to forte from the pre-chorus to the chorus. Dynamics Dynamics Billie Jean Music Video
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