Part 1 Introduction To Listening Essay

MUS 103

Music Appreciation

G. J. Culp, Jr.

Graduate Instructor

Ph level. D. Pupil in Music Education

Office: Practice Area 245C (second floor)

Music Building

[email protected] edu

Text message: Listening to Music, 7th ed.

What does that mean to

Appreciate?

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Appreciate: to value or regard remarkably; to be

pleased or impressed by; to raise in value

Can be appreciation a requirement of satisfaction?

Does understanding yield enjoyment?

What to expect out of this

course

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Learn to actively listen by simply studying audio selections from your Ancient Ancient rome, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Passionate,

Modern, and Post-Modern periods

Understand music's relevance and relationship to society

throughout history

Gain an appreciation for music of all types:

appreciation в‰ preference

Further ground the own musical technology preferences by utilizing

listening expertise attained during the course

Gain a practical musical vocabulary to defend your music

preferences

Previous skills needed for

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Write

Contribute to conversations

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Commenting

Answer questions

Inquire abuout

Previous music skills necessary for

None

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class

Not being " proficient at music” will not affect your ability to consider 

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this course—it is not only a performance-based study course

Part A single: Introduction

to Listening

Chapter 1: The strength of Music

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Rational organization of seems and traite passing

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Popular Music vs . Artwork Music

Designed

to please majority

Classic music of any

(classical)

of people

lifestyle

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Purposes usually influenced

by client

Primarily vocal lead with

lyrics; target to listener

Performed with out a written

score—interpretation of

words of the tune can vary

Musical technology ideas are shorter

and require exact repetition

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" Substantial art”; deemed

timeless

Mainly instrumental (with

the exception of opera);

subjective to listener

Performed from a written

score—there is generally a

widely acknowledged

interpretation

Musical technology ideas are for a longer time

and allow reps a wide

array of variation

Terms for Section 1

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Symphony: instrumental genre for orchestra

Movement: one among four a key component works that

make up a symphony

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Symphony Orchestra: orchestra that performs

symphonies above all else

Motive: brief, distinctive musical technology unit that can

stand by itself

Encore

Strengthen Poem: one-movement work for

band

Part A single: Introduction

to Listening

Phase Two: Tempo, Melody, and

Harmony

Outl. the moving of music through period; the most important

element of music

JoJo Mayer—drummer with band Nerve

Rhythm or Pitch

Presentation

Time

Beat

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What is " beat”?

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What is " groove”?

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Steady pulse

It is the collection of tempos that are happening

simultaneously

Precisely what is " tempo”?

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Speed of the music

Rhythmic Conditions

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Tempo

Beat

Groove

Downbeat: the most powerful of all is better than (the overcome that makes

you tap the toe)

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Accent: stress (verbal highlights are different in different

vowels—i. e. clothes, sawks; oil, ole; floral, flahr; flames, far)

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Meter: organization of sounds into organizations

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Duple meter: music that can be measured in two's

Triple m: music that may be counted in three's

Syncopation: " off-beat”; accents/stress upon upbeats/weak

surpasses

Part A single:

Introduction to

Being attentive

Chapter 2: Rhythm, Melody,

Harmony

Outl. the beat

Valentina Lisitsa

Pitch

Def.: the highness or lowness of a audio sound

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What Kind of Music Do you really Find Interesting? Give Reasons and Types of Your Choice. Composition