Music Appreciation Chp.1 (.6)
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Music that is not religious in nature.
The combination of three or more pitches.
Romantic-period practice of incorporating characteristics of music of other cultures into Western art music.
A Renaissance period instrumental composition usually employing imitative polyphony.
The organization of beats into regularly recurring groups of beats.
Staged musical genre combining singing, acting, costumes, and scenery with an accompanying orchestra in a pit below, and in front of, the stage.
Historical period of music dating from 500-1450 AD.
Historical period of music dating from 1600-1750.
The rate at which the air is set in motion, which causes a pitch to be perceived.
Frequency of vibration.
A general trend in nineteenth-century music in which composers sought to emphasize their national, cultural, and ethnic heritage.
Element of music that is all of the pitches that are not the melody.
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