MUSC 201

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MUSC 201
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2012-11-24 12:53:06
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Exam 1 Part 3
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  1. The opening section of a fugue, in which all the voices enter with the main subject
    Fugal exposition
  2. A polyphonic work based on a central theme and employing imitation
    Fugue
  3. The category of a work, determined by a combination of its performance medium and its social function
    Genre
  4. Monophonic vocal music in the medieval church, designed to project religious texts. So called because it was alleged to have been written mostly by Pope Gregory I, in the late sixth century
    Gregorian chant
  5. Another name for an ostinato in the bass part
    Ground bass
  6. The sound created by multiple voices playing or singing together
    Harmony
  7. The simultaneous playing or singing of two or more versions of a melody
    Heterophonic texture (heterophony)
  8. A musical texture in which a melody is performed with a supporting accompaniment
    Homophonic texture (homophony)
  9. An early-Renaissance intellectual and cultural movement that explored human interests and values through the pursuit of science, philosophy, literature, painting, sculpture, and music, particularly vocal music
    Humanism
  10. A shortened form of the term "imitative counterpoint": the same theme introduced by different instruments or voices in succession
    Imitation

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