Music 100 Final Exam

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Music 100 Final Exam
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  1. JAZZ & BLUES
    • all improvised, not recorded
    • call and response
    • repitition
    • polyrythms
    • field hollers & work songs
    • Ragtime & Blues
    • Scott Joplin
    • Bessie Smith-Empress of the blues
    • blue notes
    • New Orleans jazz = Dixieland
    • front line- instruments who play the melodies
    • rhythm section- basic beat accompaniment
    • collective improvision
    • bridge-new melody
    • Louis Armstrong
    • scat singing
    • Duke Ellington
    • Big Band
  2. "Lost Your Head Blues" Bessie Smith
    • quadruple meter with uneven beat subdivision
    • 5 choruses 12 bar blues form
    • cornet & piano instruments
  3. "It don't mean a thing, if you ain' t got that swing" Duke Ellington
    • quadruple meter
    • AABA song form
    • 3 trumpets, 2 trumbones, 3 saxaphones, piano, banjo, bass, drums
    • trumpets used mutes
  4. "Maple leaf rag" Scott Joplin
    • Piano
    • nonmetric
  5. Other Swing Band Leader
    • Count Basie
    • Benny Goodman
    • Glenn Miller
    • Artie Shaw
    • Tommy Dorsey
    • Woody Herman
  6. ROCK MUSIC
    • Rhythm & Blues
    • covered (rerecorded)
    • rockabilly records- Elvis
    • the british invasion
    • soul music
    • funk
    • southern rock
    • jazz rock
    • country rock
    • art rock
    • hard rock
    • heavy metal
    • glitter rock
    • punk rock
    • rap
    • gangsta rap alternative rock
    • grunge rock
    • industrial rock
    • techno
    • MTV
  7. Musicians
    • Chuck Berry
    • Elvis Presley
    • Bob Dylan
    • Jimi Hendrix
    • Madonna
    • The Beatles
  8. "Tuttie Frutti" Little Richard
  9. "4'33" John Cage
  10. "Poeme Electronique" Edgar Varese
  11. Music concrete
    a musical style originating in france about 1948, its technique consists of recording natural or concrete sounds altering the sounds by various electronic means, and then combinig them into organized pieces.
  12. Teen Idol Rock
    Pat Boone, Frankie Avalon
  13. British invasion
    • Beatles & Rolling Stones
    • 1964
    • teen idol pop alternative
    • American rock inspiration
  14. Syncopation
    a deliberation disturbance of the normal metrical pulse, produced b shifting the accent from a normally strong beat to a weak beat
  15. Medieval
    • Gregorian chant
    • monophonic
    • syllabic
    • melismatic
    • ordinar & proper mass
    • polyphony- 1st leonin & perotin
    • organum
    • secular-nonreligious
    • vernacular-everyday lang. used in secular mus.
    • sacred
    • latin text
  16. Renaissance
    • council of trent
    • homophonic
    • word painting
    • a cappella
    • madrigal
    • lied
    • John Farmer
    • Palestrina
  17. Baroque
    • Aria-vocal style
    • Harpsichord
    • basso continuo- accompany singers, bass & chordal
    • chorus
    • continuo
    • da capo aria
    • figured bass-
    • ground bass
    • monody
    • opera-stage action
    • oratorio-no stage action
    • recitative-vocal style
    • Henry Purcell-1st english opera
  18. Classical
    • homophonic
    • piano
    • classical sonata-4 mvts.
    • sonata form
    • theme & variations
    • minuet & trio
    • orchestra
    • solo concerto-fast,slow,fast
    • cadenza-soloist show off
    • double exposition sonata form
    • chamber music
    • chamber sonatas
    • rondo form
    • opera
    • opera seria-italian
    • opera buffa-italian
    • sing spiel-german
    • Beethoven
    • Mozart
  19. Romantic
    • piano music
    • Dances-waltz
    • Chopin-polish nationalist
    • Liszt
    • Lied-German song
    • Schubert
    • Wagner
  20. Impressionism
    Claude Debussy-french
  21. Expressionism
  22. Blues
  23. Dixieland
  24. Big Band
  25. Rockabilly
  26. Aleatory music
    music for dancers
  27. Electronic music
  28. Terms
    • melody
    • harmony
    • rythm
    • meter
    • tempo-speed
    • texture
    • dynamics-volume
    • cadence-pause
    • major
    • minor
    • chord
    • crescendo-gettin louder
    • decrescendo-getting softer
    • ritardando-getting slower
    • accelerando- getting faster
    • chromatic scale-all notes
    • modulation-shift from keys
    • pizzicato-pluck
    • dissonant-unstable notes
    • consonant- stable notes
    • binary form
    • ternary form
    • female-soprano,mezzo soprano, alto
    • male-tenor,baritone,bass
    • vibrato
    • trill
  29. All Composers
    • Leonin
    • Perotin
    • Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
    • John Farmer
    • Michael Paetorius
    • Henry Purcell
    • J.S. Bach
    • G.F. Handel
    • A. Vivaldi
    • W.A. Mozart
    • F.J. Hayden
    • L. van Beethoven
    • Franz Schubert
    • Robert Schumann
    • Frederic Chopin
    • Hector Berlioz
    • Bedrich Smetana
    • Peter I. Tchaikovsky
    • Richard Wagner
    • C. Debussy
    • I. Stravinsky
    • A. Schoenberg
    • A. Webern
    • H. Cowell
    • J. Cage

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