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Baroque Vocal Music

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on 20 February 2013

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Transcript of Baroque Vocal Music

Baroque Period
Vocal Music Opera Oratorio Cantata Passion
recitative
aria
chorus
acting
orchestra
secular
costume
Italian soloists
soloists
recitative
aria
chorus
orchestra
sacred
soloist/s
recitative
aria
chorus
orchestra
sacred
Crucifixion
soloist
aria
chorus
orchestra
chorale
German Learning Intentions To revise previously learned concepts related to Baroque vocal music and create a secure understanding of the concepts through collaborative and individual work.
This is a very famous aria known as 'Dido's Lament' from the opera Dido and Aeneas by Purcell (1659 - 1695)

Below is the ground bass featured in this music!
What word would you use to describe the tonality? What language is
this song in? Aria Recitative Chorus A solo song from an opera, oratorio or cantata with orchestral accompaniment. A type of vocal writing where the music follows the rhythm of speech. It is used in operas and oratorios to move the story or plot on. It usually has a more sparse accompaniment than the aria. The name for a group of singers with several people on each part as well as the name for the music written for these singers. An aria in Ternary form (A B A).
The third section is not written out but the instruction Da capo (from the beginning) is given instead.
The repeat of the A section was performed with the solo ornamented. Da Capo Aria
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