Music History

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Music History
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  1. Armide
    • Jean-Baptiste Lully
    • Tragedie lyrique
    • 1686 - Paris
    • a. Overture
    • 1. Homophonic
    • 2. Rounded Binary Form
    • 3. Dotted Rhythms Pervade
    • b. Enfin
    • 1. Marchlike Duple Meter
    • 2. Dotted rhythms
  2. Dido and Aeneas
    • Henry Purcell
    • Opera
    • 1689 - England
    • a. Recitative: Thy Hand, Belinda
    • 1. Text driven rhythms
    • 2. In English
    • 3. Recitative
    • b. Lament: When I am Laid
    • 1. Descending phrygian tetrachord
    • 2. Ground Bass
    • 3. Aria
  3. Trio Sonata Op. 3 No. 2
    • Arcangelo Corelli
    • Trio Sonota
    • 1680's - Rome
    • a. Grave
    • 1. Walking bass
    • 2. Suspenions on down beats
    • 3. Tonal
    • b. Allegro
    • 1. Imitation
    • 2. Tonal
    • 3. Short rhythms
    • c. Adagio
    • 1. Imitation
    • 2. Sequence
    • 3. Minor Key
    • d. Allegro
    • 1. Binary
    • 2. Sequence
    • 3. Tonal
  4. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in A minor, Op.3 No. 6
    • Antonio Vivaldi
    • Violin Concerto
    • 1710 - Venice
    • a. Allegro
    • 1. Sequence
    • 2. Ritornello
    • 3. Clear cadence to close section
    • b. Largo
    • 1.
  5. Giulio Cesare
    • George Frederic Handel
    • Opera
    • 1724
    • a. Eseguisti
    • 1. Secco recitative
    • 2. Tonal
    • 3. Continuo
    • b. V' adoro, pupille
    • 1. Da Capo Aria
    • 2. Legatto, belcanto melody
    • 3. Sequence
  6. Saul
    • George Frederic Handel
    • Oratorio
    • 1738 -
    • a. The Time at length has come
    • 1. Use of Chorus

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