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Homework answers / question archive / Renaissance and music final quiz Song structure in which the same music is repeated with every stanza (strophe) of the poem, hymns,carols and as well as folk music & popular songs proceeds from beginning to end without repetitions of whole sections; music follows storyline, vocal form in which there is new music for each stanza

Renaissance and music final quiz Song structure in which the same music is repeated with every stanza (strophe) of the poem, hymns,carols and as well as folk music & popular songs proceeds from beginning to end without repetitions of whole sections; music follows storyline, vocal form in which there is new music for each stanza


Renaissance and music final quiz

  1. Song structure in which the same music is repeated with every stanza (strophe) of the poem, hymns,carols and as well as folk music & popular songs
  2. proceeds from beginning to end without repetitions of whole sections; music follows storyline, vocal form in which there is new music for each stanza.
  3. group of lieder that is unified by a narrative thread or a descriptive theme or a group of art songs unified by a story line that runs through their poems or by musical ideas linking the songs.
  4. Native Polish dance form. Originated in Mazovia, Chopin's home district of Poland, as a lively triple-meter dance with accents on the second or third beat of the measure. (National Dances)
  5. a German art song of the 19th century for voice and piano
  6. TRANSITIONAL Austrian composer known for his compositions for voice and piano 1797-1828, Died at 31, typhoid fever., He made The Erlking, about an evil elf, a opera called Alfonso und Estrella, as well as the Trout Quintet. Like Ludwig van Beethoven, he composed during the transition from classic to romantic period in music. He is known especially for his song cycles (leider) SUCH AS WINTER'S JOURNEY, usually written for solo voice and piano accompaniment. His best known instrumental works are the "Unfinished" symphony and the "Trout" quintet., popularized the song. father of the art song, write lieder- songs with emotional themes; "Erlkonig" story of father not listening to son about elf king coming to get him.
  7. French composer of Romantic works (1803-1869), Symphonie Fantastique, One of the first composers to really utilize the program symphony. Early Romantic. -- Fantastic Symphony, 5th movement., Born in southeastern France, he taught himself harmony and began composing in his teens. He played flute and guitar, but not piano. He won the Prix de Rome in 1830 and worked in that city for several years. One of the most literary of composers, he often based his compositions on great works of literature. Berlioz turned to musical criticism as his chief profession. Berlioz produced his own concerts, and later started a career of conducting. Program symphonies (including "Symphony Fantastique" ,Master orchestrator Idee fixe means same theme. Requiem (1837)
  8. German, PIANIST and composer, the sister of the composer Felix, 1805-1847 (most famous works:The Year) , wrote about 300 songs; studied with Carl Zelter; set more Goethe poems than any other (about 20); often used melismas at the end of stanzas, probably a music prodigy but was a woman/composed mostly chamber music and used her brother's name sometimes/ Piano Trios, Romantic era; Wrote mostly lieder and choral songs; Ex: Under the Greenwood Tree
  9. German musician and Romantic composer of orchestral and choral works 5 symphonies (1809-1847) (violin concerto) , A nineteenth-century German composer and performer. Besides symphonies, overtures, and concertos, he composed oratorios, notably Elijah, and the incidental music for a production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, incendental music., A trip to Fingal's Cave inspired his Hebrides Overture, and he wrote {THE WEDDING MARCH}a as part of incidental music for A Midsummer Night's Dream.
  10. French composer (born in Poland) and pianist of the romantic school (1810-1849), Nationalism for Poland
    Composed many polonaises & mazurkas [national dances], A nineteenth-century Polish romantic composer who spent most of his career in France. He is known for his expressive piano pieces; he composed almost exclusively for that instrument, almost totally for the piano, - His heart was buried in Poland, body buried in Paris - "Military Polonaise" Performed many short piano pieces himself in small venues. , -This Romantic composer used a wide range of forms to create a thousand musical landscapes and evoke powerful emotions. They tripled the size of the opera, adding wind instruments, percussion, and more brass and strings. - The crashing chords evoking the surge of the masses in Chopin's Revolutionary Etude were the music of the modern orchestra that stirred human feelings. but he hated concert routine and life of virtuoso; he liked performing in Salons.
  11. German romantic composer known for piano music and songs (1810-1856), german composer, critic, conductor, a true romantic, loved literature and law, He wrote 4 symphonies concert pianists and then composer because he hurt his hands, hard fought love for Clara Wieck -- eventually married her, started music journal new journal for music, mentally unstable, CARNAVAL MINIATURES INTRODUCE COLLEAGUES DISCUSSING MUSIC , Wrote Dichterliebe "A Poet's Love"(most notable work) Example of song cycle. Father was a bookseller and writer. Piano at age of six. Started a magazine. "The New music journal." Mentor to Chopin and Brahms. Married Clara Wieck. Teacher and conductor. mood swings. suicide. asylum.
  12. Italian operatic composer (1813-1901), Use stories in his opera that inspired liberty. Wrote the well known opera song from {Rigoletto and Requiem Mass} about how women are fickle- an ironic song as the duke, who sleeps with a different woman every night, is singing it. Italian, known for opera, nationalist, supported unification of Italy, scandalous subjects, aimed towards middle-class audience. , This man was one of the best known and widely produced composers of his time. His opera compositions include "Macbeth" and "Othello", based on plays written by Shakespeare., 1.the most celebrated italian composer and foremost opera composers of all time.
    2. his endearing melodies, splendid orchestrations and unerring sense of theatre thrilled audiences and listeners to this day
    3. Verdi used musical theatre to contrast noble ideals with political corruption, love of country with the inevitable call for sacrifice and death, and the lure of passion.
    4.He was elected and served in the first parliament when italy became a state.
    5. his funeral in Milan was the largest public assembly of any event in the history of Italy.
    6. sempre libera from La Traviata of his greatest masterpieces-Rigoletto and Othello was his greatest tragic opera
    8.Toscanini played Macbeth, Rigoletto, Othello, Aida, La his funeral.
    9.barezzi(a local merchant) invited him to teach his daughter Margherita and they later got married. Their 2 kids died and she died., This man was one of the best known and widely produced composers of his time. His opera compositions include "Macbeth" and "Othello", based on plays written by Shakespeare.
  13. German composer of operas and inventor of the music drama in which drama and opera spectacle and music are fused (1813-1883) He wrote 13 opera's, This nineteenth-century composer known for his operas, many of which dramatize myths and legends. The four-opera group {The Ring Cycle of the Nibelung longest opera ever written} The Rhine Gold, The Valkyrie,Siegfried,twilight of the Gods wrote 1869-1876 also the single opera Tristan and Isolde are among his best known compositions. , He begun writing Opera's in 1830's. He revolutionized opera and described his music as music drama. He wrote the librettos himself. His music is continuous in that it has no arias or recitatives. Also he began to shed tonality, and he incorporated the orchestra into his dramas
  14. 1824-1884, Czech-Bohemia, built national theater in Prague, criticized for sounding too much like Liszt, The Moldau river, emphatic-Furiant from The Bartered Bride, He made The Brandenburgers of Bohemia. His best known work is composed of such tone poems as "Tabor," "Blanik,"and "The Moldau, and is collectively entitled Ma Vlast., Best known for The Bartered Bride, The Moldau, Ma
    Vlast, and From My Life. He lived for a decade in Sweden and suffered from tinnitus
    which caused him to hear a continuous high note which plagued him his whole life, 1st Bohemian composer to acheive prominence. Wrote operas for the national theater and the Best known for operas My Country and the bartered bride earned him worldwide fame. Cyle of 6 symphony tone poems, including 8 operas
  15. United States songwriter whose songs embody the sentiment of the South before the American Civil War (1826-1864), Romantic, most influential songwriter of an American popular song during the 19th century, composed around 200 songs, first person in the US to make a living as a professional songwriter (OH! Susanna, My Old Kentucky Home Good Night, Old Folks at Home) Jeanie with the light Brown Hair
  16. CLASSISIST-German composer who developed the Romantic style of both lyrical and classical music (1833-1897) from Vienna, Conservative Center of music tradition, friend of Robert and Clara Schumann-Variations on Haydn, One of his works incorporates Handel's Messiah and the Lutheran Bible, A German Requiem 1865-1868. He created a work where a men's chorus enters for a chorale-like accompaniment of a contralto
    soloist in his Alto Rhapsody. His last orchestral work is his concerto for violin and cello in A minor, and
    Joseph Joachim wrote the cadenza to his Violin Concerto. He set "Gaudeamus Igitur" in a work that
    commemorates his honorary degree from the University of Breslau, The Academic Festival Overture.
    That work is often contrasted with his Tragic Overture.
    symphony nicknamed "Beethoven's Tenth," as well as a German Folk Lieder" lullaby". Symphony no. 3, Four (4) symphonies but NO OPERAS
  17. A nineteenth-century Russian composer. His most celebrated works include several symphonies, including the Symphonie Pathetique, and three ballets, The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, and Sleeping Beauty., important Russian composer whose works are noted for their expressive melodies (1840-1893), the first internationally recognized Russian Composer, Finale: 1812 Overture, Romeo and Juliet tone poem, Sonata-allegro form russian supported by a wealthy widow. depression died from cholera was gay. Most prolific writer of late-nineteenth-century program music Professor at Moscow Conservatory Supported by patroness Madame Nadezhda and Tsar Alexander III Wrote opera, songs, string quartets, piano sonatas, concerti, and symphonies
    Known today for program music and ballets The 1812 Overture (1882) heard in the U.S. on 4th of July Originally commemorated Russian defeat of Napoleon. ballet Overture 1880
  18. TRANSITIONAL-German composer of instrumental music (especially symphonic and chamber music), German composer of instrumental music (especially symphonic and chamber music), 1770-1827, German composer whose music expressed a love of nature, called for liberty, and aroused powerful emotion, greatest composer that lead the way into the romantic period, work evolved from classical music during the enlightenment, demanded respect, didn't work under a particular family. Some nobles treated his as equal, this was unheard of. Became a free-lance musician, Ludwig van Beethoven was the first master of romantic music. He was one of the greatest composers in German history. He composed 9 symphonies, 5 piano concerts, a violin concerto, 32 piano sonatas, 2 Masses, and an opera. At the peak of his fame, in constant demand as a composer and recognized as the leading concert pianist his day, Beethoven began to lose his hearing. He considered suicide but eventually overcame despair. Among other achievements, he fully exploited for the first time the richness and beauty of the piano. Beethoven never heard much of his later work, including the unforgettable chorale finale to the Ninth Symphony, for the last years were silent, spent in total deafness.


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