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  1. "What period is 1600-1775 ""Irregular Shaped Pear"""
    Baroque
  2. Requires two instrumentalists
    -Harpsichord Plays chord progression-Viola Da gamba plays bass line"
    • -Harpsichord Plays chord progression
    • -Viola Da gamba plays bass line"
    • "Basso Continuo
    • "
  3. repetition of motives at higher or lower degrees
    Melodic Sequence
  4. "Sudden Contrast of dynamics. ""surprise symphony"""
    Terraced dynamics
  5. Emerged in norther Italy late 1500s
    Opera
  6. Little Book"""
    Libretto
  7. something recited"""
    recitative
  8. song"" expresses the characters emotion"
    Aria
  9. Composed ""The Secret Lover"""
    Barbara Strozzi
  10. Repeating bass line
    Basso Ostinato
  11. composed ""Dido Aeneas"""
    Henry Purcell
  12. An aria based on a basso ostinato (ground bass)
    • When I am laid in earth
    • """"""
  13. Violin family dominates. Harpsichord for basso continuo.
    Baroque Orchestra
  14. Career in France. Superintendent of court music. Created first thoroughly disciplined orchestra. Perfected the French Overture.
    Jean-Baptiste Lully
  15. Main theme returns. Tutti plays.
    Ritornello Form
  16. "A virtuoso violinist.
    • Hospice of Mercy in Venice-taught lessons and conducted orchestra.
    • -More than 450 concertos
    • -Best known composition ""The Spring"""
    • Antonio Vivaldi
  17. J.S. Bach's influences
    Cornelli, Pachelbel, Palestrina, and Vivaldi
  18. 2-5 parts-vocal or instrumental
    • -Begins w/ successive statements of subject
    • -then alternations of subject and episodes"
    • Fugue
  19. Nine statements
    • -Includes a ""Pedal point""
    • -plagal cadence"
    • Organ Fugue"""
  20. The most famous composer in Europe.
    • -Cosmopolitan
    • "
    • George Frideric Handel
  21. Invented around 1700
    • -Played by amateurs, especially women"
    • Piano
  22. Invented around 1710
    • -Mozart first heard in 1778"
    • Clarinet
  23. What composers were most popular in Vienna?
    Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven
  24. Worked for the Esterhazy family.
    Haydn
  25. Creator of the String Quartet
    Haydn
  26. Exposition-Development-Recapitulation
    Sonata Allegro Form
  27. Added at the end of the movement
    Coda
  28. Emphasizes movement's conclusion
    Cadence
  29. Theme altered continually
    theme and variations
  30. Refrain continually returns
    • -One of the oldest musical forms"
    • Rondo
  31. Chamber music
    • -Two violins, viola, and cello"
    • The string Quartet
  32. Three movements-Fast-slow-fast
    Classical sonata
  33. Composed ""Orfeo"" (1607)-1st important opera"
    Monteverdi
  34. A small group of soloists works together, performing as a unit against the full orchestra.
    Concerto Grosso
  35. Showy passage for soloist alone
    Cadenza
  36. Hymn""-spiritual melody or religious folk song of the Lutheran Church"
    Chorale
  37. A large scale, three movement work, for instrumental soloist and orchestra. Intended for public audience.
    Classical Concerto
  38. three or more characters can express their own emotion simultaneously in an opera. Mozart was famous for this.
    Vocal ensemble.

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