Music Final.txt

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  1. Compositions traditionally intended for performance in a private room

    Chamber Music
  2. A composition for an orchestra and one or more solo instruments
    Concerto
  3. A slow, stately pattern dance in 3/4 time for groups of couples
    Minuet and trio
  4. A mass for a deceased person
    Requiem
  5. A musical composition built on the alternation of a principal recurring theme and contrasting episodes
    Rondo
  6. A lively movement, commonly in 3/4 time, introduced as a replacement for a minuet in pieces with multiple movements
    Scherzo
  7. A composition for one or more solo instruments
    Sonata
  8. A form movement consisting of three sections : the exposition, development, and recapitulation
    Sonata Form
  9. An ensemble of four musicians: two violins, one viola, and one cello
    String quartet
  10. An extended piece in three or more movements for an orchestra
    Symphony
  11. Instrumental music that is free of any explicit verbal reference or program
    Absolute Music
  12. A lyric song intended to be sung in recital, accompanied by piano
    Art Song
  13. Harmony which uses notes which do not belong to the key the music is in
    Chromatic Harmony
  14. Rhythms, melodies, or instrumentation are designed to evoke the atmosphere of far-off lands
    Exoticism
  15. A melodic passage or phrase associated with a specific character, situation, or element
    Leitmotif
  16. An instrumental composition of a pensive, dreamy mood, especially one for the piano
    Nocturne
  17. Musical compositions intended to depict nonmusical incidents
    Program Music
  18. Rhythmic flexibility within a phrase or measure
    Rubato
  19. An orchestral composition based on literature or folk tales
    Tone poem
  20. The process of modifying a theme so that in a new context it is different but the same elements
    Thematic Transformation
  21. Music in which some element of composition is left to chance
    Aleatory
  22. The absence of a tonal center and of harmonies derived from a diatonic scale corresponding to such a center
    Atonality
  23. A movement that emphasized the subjective expression of the artists inner experience
    Expressionism
  24. Vague harmony and rhythm evoke a mood, place and natural phenomena
    Impresionism
  25. A type of music based on simple elements and avoiding elaboration
    Minimalism
  26. Music that avoided the emotionalism of late romantic music by revving the use of counterpoint
    Neoclassicalism
  27. The use or an instance of simultaneous contrasting rhythms
    Polyrhythm
  28. Simultaneous use of two or more tonalities
    Polytonality
  29. A dissonant group of closely spaced notes played at the same time
    Tone Cluster
  30. Musical technique that involves distributing a musical line to several instruments
    Tone Color Melody
  31. A type of ear trumpet used by the deaf
    Aerophone
  32. Any musical instrument producing sound through the vibration of strings
    Chordophone
  33. A percussion instrument made of natural sonorous material
    Idiophone
  34. A japanese instrument
    Koto
  35. A musical percussion instrument, usually consists of hollow cylinder
    Membranophone
  36. Melodic type of Hindu music
    Raga
  37. A stringed instrument of india
  38. Sitar
  39. A small hand drum of northern india
    Tabla
  40. Term used in india for the rhythmic pattern of any composition
    Tala
  41. Long necked, plucked lute
    Tambura
  42. Early form of jazz
    Bebop
  43. Jazz with a melancholy sound
    Blues
  44. Cool Jazz
    Jazz characterized by rhythmic and emotional restraint, extensive passages, and a reflective charcter
  45. Relatively fast two-beat rhythm and group and solo improvisations
    Dixieland
  46. Riff
    A short rhythmic phrase, repeated in improvisations
  47. The singer substitutes nonsense syllables for the words of the slung and tries to sound like a musical instrument
    Scat Singing
  48. Master of counterpoint
    Bach
  49. Went completely deaf
    Beethoven
  50. Poet of the piano
    Chopin
  51. Czech composer; New World
    Dvorak
  52. Renaissance composer
    Gabrieli
  53. Messiah
    Handel
  54. Haydn
    Rule breaker
  55. First great opera
    Monteverdi
  56. Child prodigy
    Mozart
  57. English composer; ground base
    Purcell
  58. Over 600 art songs
    Schubert
  59. Schumann
    Committed himself to an insane asylum
  60. Most famous Russian conposer
    Tchaikovsky
  61. 4 seasons
    Vivaldi
  62. Freelander
    Wagner
  63. The afternoon of a fawn
  64. Debussy

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