Known Listenings MuHis 330 Part 2
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Known Listenings MuHis 330 Part 2
Music History 330
Characteristics to remember which piece is which.
Verdó 'l mio sol (2)
1 & 2.) Woman singing with lots of ornaments and hapsicord.
1.) SSLSLSLL, ritornello, followed by a man
2.) High woman, slow, harpsicord.
3.) Man, slow, then woman slow.
4.) Low woman, slow, lute, crescendo
5.) Man, harpsicord and string, solo, no one else on this track.
6.) Angry sounding man
Cruda Amarilli (3)
1.) Full choir, homophonic, high soprano and striking dissonance.
2.) Male voice holding out, moving men lines
3.) Male voice in imitation with woman then homophonic, staccato
O Quam Tu Pulchra Es (3)
1.) Harpsiscord, solo slow high male voice, "Oooo."
2.) Lilty, solo high male voice, harpsicord
3.) Harpsicord, solo high male voice, slow, "Surge veddy veddy."
Saul, was verfolgst du mich (4)
1.) Saul, Saul, Saul Saaauuul, starts with a low man.
2.) High man, German, SAUL!
3.) Man and woman, low man, high woman, followed by imitation.
4.) Everyone Saul, then tenor randomly. Solo, tutti, solo, tutti, etc.
Historia di Jephte (6)
1.) Solo high woman, chromaticism, harpsichord, minor.
2.) Solo high woman, chromaticism, harpsichord, minor.
3.) Solo high woman, chromaticism, harpsichord, minor.
4.) Solo high woman, chromaticism, harpsichord, minor.
5.) Men start, then full choir, harpsichord, slow, sad.
6.) everyone, high voice singing, rest of the voices are accompanying and echo.
Lagrime mie (5)
1.) Harpsichord, high woman goes down chromatically, melismatic.
2.) Harpsichord, slow solo woman, but of imitation in harpsichord with voice.
3.) Triple feel, harpsichord, high slow woman
4.) very speechlike, harpsichord, high slow woman, a bit faster rhythmically
5.) very speechlike, harpsichor, high slow woman, slower three
L'incoronazione di Poppea (6)
1.) slow, beautiful ritornello, uwoman "signor" going up.
2.) dialogue between 2 women, building intensity.
3.) strong violin ritornello, sequencing, soprano woman
4.) happy ritornello, wind flute , "Signor" going down.
5.) dialogue between 2 women, building intensity with chromaticism.
6.) dialogue between 2 women, fast vs slow rhythms between the singers.
1.) ritornello --> strings, low woman pice, slow, and with ritornello.
2.) lower woman, string accompaniment, "Al mio," speech like rhythms.
Ricercare after the credo (2)
1.) Organ solo voice, 2nd bar chromatic line up.
2.) Organ - ♩♩♫ ♩♩♩♩
Sutie No. 3 in A minor (3)
1.) Harpsichord, free form, starts low
2.) Lots of trills harpsichord
3.) Lots of lower trills, harpsichord, brief homophony between octaves.
Vingt-cinquième ordre (1)
1.) Very cutsy, harpsichord, 2 voices
Trio Sonata, Op. 3, No. 2 (4)
1.) Long violin not with moving 8th notes in other voices)
2.) Imitative, starts with high violin, reminds me of the Haydn.
3.) Slow, ^du ^du (down) duuuu (sequencing), starts low cadence
4.) 6/8 starts with high violin for 2 bars, imitative
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in A minor, Op. 3, No. 6, Allegro (8)
1.) Pick up then repeated notes, ♪♬ ♪♬, all voice playing
2.) Solo violin, then repeated notes, ♪♬ ♪♬.
3.) Short ritornello, pick all voices, ♪♬ ♫.
4.) Solo violin, lots of notes, running sixteenths
5.) Pick up then repeated notes, ♪♬ ♪♬, all voice playing
6.) Takes ♬♬ ♪♬ ♫ up a fourth, solo violin
7.) 2 bar everyone, solo violin, lots of notes
8.) Slur 3, tongue 1, ♬♬♫ ♬♬♫
1.) Violin, dotted rhythms, kind of slow, begins with a snare roll.
2.) ♩♫ ♩♩, faster violins - imitative
3.) Slow, homophonic, dotted rhythms
Hippolyte et Aricie (5)
1.) Lots of notes with little flute flourishes, then chorus
2.) Solo men, then high women, lots of notes in accompaniment
3.) Solo woman, sad,e cho with choir and instruments
4.) Solo woman, sad, lots of notes in the accompaniment
5.) Strong instrument chord then solo woman, angry sounding.
Giulio Cesare (1)
1.) Starts with instrumental pick up, solo woman, sounds hopeful --> homophonic accompaniment, opening rhythm is imitative.
Saul, Act II, Scene 10 ( 5)
1.) Eight, dotted eight, sixteenth, solo man, dotted rhythms, not a whole lot of instruments playing when he is singing, "The Time at length is come!"
2.) "O fatal consequence", chorus, imitative
3.) "Furious monster," staccato, chorus, homophonic
4.) "From crime to crime," chorus, imitative, chromatic
5.) "Destruction," chorus, melismas, imitation
Nun Komm, der Heiden Heiland, BWV 62
1.) Oboe & Strings, staccato with lots of running 16th notes
2.) "Kumm" imitative voice in men
3.) Oboe & Strings, staccato with lots of running 16th notes
4.) Imitaton in women and men
5.) Oboe & Strings, staccato with lots of running 16th notes
6.) Long soprano notes, staccato accompaniment
7.) Oboe & Strings, staccato with lots of running 16th notes
8.) Imitaton in women and men "Got siche bert"
9.) 3/8, connect, solo man, with staccato basso
Prelude et Fuga in A minor, BWV 543
ORGAN SOLO PIECE - faster, the one with no chromaticism.