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Title: THE ART OF MUSIC


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THE ART OF MUSIC
  • KERINNE HALL

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WHAT IS MUSIC?
  • Music is the art of arranging
  • or making sounds, usually those of musical
    instruments
  • or voices.

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Timeline
Renaissance 1400-1600
Baroque 1600-1750
Classical 1750-1820
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RENAISSANCE
  • Rebirth
  • Return to interest in Classical (Greek/Roman)
    ideals
  • Relaxing of strict attitudes

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REBIRTH TO MUSIC
  • People were free to make the music they wanted
  • The great masters of the Renaissance were
    respected in their own lifetimes
  • Some of the old instruments were improved and new
    instruments were invented.

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Types of Renaissance Music
  • Sacred
  • Secular
  • Instrumental

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RENAISSANCE INSTRUMENT
LUTE
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Cornett
RENAISSANCE INSTRUMENT
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RENAISSANCE COMPOSERS
Josquin Des Prez of France (1450 - 1521)
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  • Michael Praetorius of Germany
  • (1571-1621)

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  • Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina of Italy
    (1525-1594)

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BAROQUE
  • The music of this period has a number of
    defining characteristics…
  • It is music played by one or more bass
    instruments and a piano
  • Its composers could express their emotions in the
    music.

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BAROQUE
  • The baroque era also dealt with the contrast of
    volume, texture, and pace of the music.
  • They moved away from sacred music and started to
    have more secular forms

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INSTRUMENTS
  • There were several varieties of keyboards used
    during this period clavichord, the organ, and
    the harpsichord.
  • Then there were also the string, woodwind, and
    percussion.

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BAROQUE INSTRUMENTS
Harpsichord
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Timpani
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BAROQUE COMPOSERS
  • Handel, Georg Friedrich
  • (1685-1759)

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  • Bach, Johann Sebastian
  • (1685-1750)

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CLASSICAL MUSIC
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CLASSICAL
  • The Classical period has been called the "Golden
    Age of Music" because it was at this time that
    the major forms of Classical music--the symphony,
    concerto, sonata, and string quartet--were fully
    developed

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CLASSICAL
  • The styles of Classical music consisted of
    melody, harmony, rhythm, texture and folk
    elements.
  • Had two major forms the sonata and the concerto

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CLASSICAL
  • The sonata is the most important form of
    classical music. It consists of three parts the
    exposition, the development, and the
    recapitulation, which makes the music unfold like
    reading a story.

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CLASSICAL
  • A concerto is typically a three-movement
    piece, with a slow inner movement and two fast
    outer movements, with each
  • there are many forms that a composer can
    choose from dance forms, theme and variations,
    fugue, rondo

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CLASSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Cello
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Bassoons
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COMPOSERS
  • Beethoven, Ludwig Van
  • (1770 - 1827)

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • (1756 - 1791)

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