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A classic dance in 4/4 measure, moderately fast, usually with an eighth note upbeat. See Suite (1). The name means "German dance."

Allemande

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A piece of sacred choral music used in the service of Protestant churches, sung by the choir rather than by the congregation. It is usually accompanied by the organ and may contain solos by one or more voices, and concerted passages for solo voices (duets, trios, or quartets).

Anthem

3

A solo song occurring in an opera, oratorio, or cantata which develops a dramatic, lyric, or emotional high point in the work.

ARIA

4

Unlike the recitative, this form does not usually advance the action of the plot.

ARIA

5

In the 18th century this form normally consisted of an orchestral introduction, a long section for the accompanied solo voice, a section in contrasting key & style, and a reprise of the entire first section.

ARIA

6

A style of solo song in opera or oratorio resembling both the recitative and aria.

Arioso

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Literally, a trifle.

Bagatelle

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This name was applied by Beethoven and others to short piano pieces, usually in song form.

Bagatelle

9

A simple song.

Ballad or Ballade

10

A narrative poem set to music, such as Schuberts Erl-King

Ballad or Ballade

11

A piano piece, orchestra work, or choral work which is considered a simple song or narrative poem set to music.

Ballad or Ballade

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Literally, an obstinate bass

Basso Ostinato

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A variation form in which a bass line of 1, 2 or 4 bars is repeated over and over with changing harmonies and melodies above

Basso Ostinato

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There are few entire pieces of this sort. Frequently this form occurs as one section of a larger work

Basso Ostinato

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An interruption to the movement of music, usually at the end of the phrase

Cadence

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The final chord of the cadence, or at least the melody note is comparatively long describes which cadential device?

Duration

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"The final melody note of the cadence is an inactive tone" describes which cadential device?

Melodic Movement

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V-I or V7-I, both chords in root position, & often preceded by a I 6-4 chord is what type of cadence?

Perfect Authentic

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IV-I is what type of cadence?

Perfect Plagal ("Amen")

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The progression is V-I or V7-I. If the chords are inverted or not in root position or the soprano note of the last chord is not the root, what type of cadence is this

Imperfect

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This cadence usually ends on V or III of minor keys.

Half cadence

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This is a special kind of half cadence in which the listener's ear is prepared for a perfect authentic cadence but the final chord turns out to be some chord other than tonic

Deceptive cadence

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This form is the strictest of the contrapuntal forms using imitation

CANON

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A fanciful & irregular sort of composition written in free style, resembling the "Fantasia"

CAPRICE or CAPRICCIO

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A name applied by Mozart and others to some serenades, or suites, for various instruments, probably intended for outdoor performance

CASSATION

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A classic dance in compound duple (6/8) or compound quadruple (12/8), in rapid tempo.

GIGUE (Giga)

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The second part of this classic dance usually begins with the incursion of the main theme.

GIGUE (Giga)

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A lively dance in simple duple (2/4)

GALOP

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A solo song found in opera, oratorio, or cantata which develops a dramatic and emotional high point.

ARIA

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Literally, a trifle

BAGATELLE