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Classical music

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Characterized by a singable, lyrical melody; diatonic harmony; regular rhythms and meters; homophonic texture; and frequent use of the folk elements

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Classical era (1750-1825)

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Characterized by order, objectivity, and harmonious proportion

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Lyrical melody

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Based on symmetrical 4 bar phrases, clear cut cadences, moved stepwise, repetition

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Diatonic structure

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Built form the seven tones of the major or minor scale

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Homophonic texture

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A melody without accompanying harmony

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Themes

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Melodic ideas used as building blocks in a composition

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Motives

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Short melodic or rhythmic fragments that make up melodies

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Ostinatos

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Short repeated patterns

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Absolute music

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Has no pictorial or literary program

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1st movement of the cycle

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Fast tempo

Sonata allegro form

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2nd movement of the cycle

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Slow tempo
Theme and variations form
Ternary form

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3rd movement of the cycle

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Triple meter dance
Minuet and trio
Scherzo and trio

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4th movement of the cycle

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Fast and lively tempo
Rondo form
Sonata allegro form

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Thematic development

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Expansion of a theme be varying its melodic outline, rhythm, or harmony

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Exposition

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Presents the two opposing keys and their respective themes

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Bridge

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A transitional passage leading to a contrasting key

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Development

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Wandering through various keys to create tension and restlessness

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Recapitulation

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Restatement of the exposition

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Coda

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Extension of the closing idea that leads to the final cadence in the home key

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Melodic variation

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Varying the melody by adding or omitting a note or shifting the melody to a different key

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Harmonic variation

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Replacing the chords that accompany a melody

Major to minor for example

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Rhythmic variation

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Changing note lengths, meter, or tempo

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Minuet trio

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Minuet trio minuet

Binary ab cd ab
Rounded binary aba cdc aba

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Chamber music

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Written for 2-10 players

1 player per part

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String quartet

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2 violins, viola, cello

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Duo sonata

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Piano and violin

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Piano trio

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Violin piano cello

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String quartet op 76 no 3 (emperor) movement 2

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Haydn

Homophonic and then polyphonic
Poco adagio, cantabile, theme and variations form

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Divertimento and serenade

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Lighter genres

Performed in the evening or at social functions

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Eine kleine nachtmusik k 525 movements 1 and 3

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Mozart

Homophonic
1 allegro, sonata allegro form, G major
3 allegretto, minuet and trio form, G major

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The classical orchestra

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30-40 players

Strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion

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Rocket theme

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Quick, agressively rhythmic theme rising from the low to high register

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Steam roller effect

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Gradual drawn out crescendos

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1st movement of a classical symphony

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Slow introduction

Sonata allegro form

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Monothematic

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Having one theme appear in two different keys

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Symphony no 100 in G major (military) movement 2

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Haydn

Homophonic
Allegretto, ABA’ form, C major

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Symphony no 5 in C minor op 67 movements 1 and 4

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Beethoven

Homophonic
1 allegro con brio, sonata allegro form, C minor
4 allegro, sonata allegro form, C major

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Cyclical form

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Bringing a theme from one movement to return in later movement

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Classical concerto

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Three movements

Fast slow fast

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First movement concerto form

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Sonata allegro form with a double exposition

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2nd movement of a concerto

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Andante, adagio, largo

Features song like melodies

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3rd movement of a concerto

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Allegro molto or presto

Rondo form

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Piano concerto in G major k 453 movement 1

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Mozart

Homophonic
Allegro, first movement concerto form, G major

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Sonata

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Set for one or two instruments

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Piano sonata in C sharp minor op 27 no 2 (moonlight) movement 1

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Beethoven

Homophonic
Adagio sostenuto, modified song form, C sharp minor

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Opera seria

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Serious opera

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Aria in opera

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Allows for emotional expression

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Recitative in opera

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Moves the action forward

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Mass

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Musical setting of the most solemn service of the catholic church

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Requiem

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Musical setting for the mass of the dead

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Oratorio

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Generally focused on a biblical story

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Opera buffa

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Comical opera

Aka
Ballad, dialogue, singspiel, opera comique

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Don Giovanni, act 1, scene 2. No 5 aria Madamina!

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Mozart

Opera buffa

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Viennese school

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Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn

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