MUSC 201

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MUSC 201
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  1. An instrument that produces sound when it is struck
    Percussion Instrument
  2. The juxtaposition of two conventional harmonies in a way that creates a new dissonance
    Polytonality
  3. A style in music and the other arts, beginning in the mid-twentieth century, in which modem and traditional elements are combined
    Postmodernism
  4. An instrumental work that is in some way associated with a story, event, or idea
    Program Music
  5. Music influenced by the hippie movement of the late 1960s/early 1970s, with its emphasis on mind-expanding drugs, brightly colored fashions, and spiritual and social freedom
    Psychedelia
  6. Popular music of the mid-l970s that originally arose in reaction to the increasingly commercial and corporate rock of the era. Punk emphasized a do-it-yourself (DIY) attitude. Musical or vocal skills were downplayed; lyrics expressed anger at the failings of the economic and social systems. Fashions included torn T-shirts, body piercings, brightly dyed hair, and other "anti-fashion" looks
    Punk
  7. In the music of India, a mood, color, or musical scale that forms the basis of a musical composition
    Raga
  8. A style of music from the early twentieth century that emphasizes rhythmic syncopation while continuing many of the characteristics of marches, cakewalks, two-steps, and popular songs from the late nineteenth century
    Ragtime
  9. A style of music that evolved in the mid-1950s out of R&B and country styles. Rock ' n' roll is teenage music, expressing the concerns of midcentury young people (romance, cars, dancing). The typical rock group consisted of electric guitar, bass, and drums, with the occasional addition of piano or saxophone
    Rock 'N' Roll
  10. A form in which an opening theme (A) returns repeatedly over the course of the movement, interspersed with contrasting ideas (B, C, etc.). An example of the resulting pattern would be ABACA
    Rondo Form
  11. To record music or sound from an existing album
    Sample

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