Music Midterm 2

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Music Midterm 2
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  1. Heterophony
    • -Different Sound
    • -Comes from individual variations and ornaments
  2. Strophic Form
    • -Musical form
    • -repeat
    • s while the text changes
  3. Verse/Chorus form
    • -Musical Form
    • -strophic verses are sung in alternation with one repeating chorus
  4. binary
    • -two part
    • -irish traditional music repeats each part
  5. blues form
    • -secular music
    • -involving african american styles
  6. call and response
  7. prym
    • -podhale ensemble
    • -a string band
    • -lead violin
  8. basy
    a three-stringed cello
  9. krzesany
    • -couple dances
    • -duple time
  10. cimbalom
    • -a quartet
    • -Robert Wasileski
  11. Mazurek/Mazurka
    • -one of the best known dances
    • -triple time
  12. Klezmer
    • -wedding and festivals
    • -jewish elements
    • -melancholy music
  13. Polka
    -claimed by both poles and bohemians
  14. Janusz Prusinowski Trio
  15. Warsaw Village Band
    • -Punkish
    • -Won BBC World Music Award
    • -Barbaric
  16. Oskar Kolberg
    • -important collector of songs and dances
    • -polish songs
  17. Celts/Celtic
    • -used to sell a wide range of irish music
    • -covers a huge range of musical style
  18. Irish, Gaelic
    • -songs in english
    • -instrumental slows air
  19. session
    • -evenings entertainment
    • -Irish songs and dances
  20. craic
    • -conversation
    • -chat
    • -pronounced crack
  21. reel
    -any dance danced to any music
  22. jig
    -dancers foot movements create percussive patterns
  23. ceili band
    • -bands, traditional musicians
    • -20 players on traditional instruments
    • -parish sponsored dances
  24. Dance Halls Act
    • -run by parish priests
    • -made country dance illegal
  25. harp(significance)
    • -important to irish culure
    • -bards
    • -accompany music in Irish monasteries
  26. bards
    -poets who composed and recited verses celebrating heroes, plays harp
  27. Turlough Carolan
    • -last of the great bards
    • -blind
    • -traveled entire island
  28. planxty
    -tune composed for a patron
  29. uilleann pipes
    • -irish union bagpipes
    • -uses bellows rather than breath
    • -three drone notes
  30. concertina
    • -hexagon-shaped
    • -bellows-driven reed aerophones
    • -central bellows
  31. accordion
    • -bellows-driven reed aerophones
    • -box-shaped 
    • -uses keys or buttons to play notes
  32. tin whistle/peenywhistle
    -flute with a wooden fipple or plug similar to a recorder
  33. bodhran
    -frame drum struck with a wooden stick and or fingers
  34. sean nos(song)
    • -old style
    • -old form of solo vocal music
    • -always in irish language
  35. Padraigin Ni Ualachain
    -performed Uirchill a Chreagain, recording notes
  36. aisling
    -recording notes
  37. sean nos(dance)
    • -old style
    • -solo dance with virtuosic percussive footwork similar to step dancing
  38. step dance
    • -virtuosic individual dance with emphasis on percussive footwork
    • -classic style
    • -motionless upper body
  39. set dance
    -social dance in square formation
  40. riverdance
    • -1994 Eurovision Song contest
    • -featured Michael Flatley and Jean Butler
  41. Michael Flatley
    -featured irish step dancers
  42. Lunasa
    • -performs reels
    • -late 20th century musical contexts

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