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1

Ballad Of Gregorio Cortez

Scale:
Chord Progression:
Texture:
Form:

Major Diatonic
|I-IV-IV-I|
Homophonic
Strophic

2

Ana Fe Initazark

Scale:
Chord Progression:
Texture:
Form:

Maqam
No Harmony
Heterophonic
Sectional Form

3

Take Five

Scale:
Chord Progression:
Texture:
Form:

Pentatonic
|I-IV|
Homophonic
Sectional- intro-head-sax solo-drum solo-head

4

Carmen

Scale:
Chord Progression:
Texture:
Form:

Chromatic
Functional Harmony
Homophonic, Polyphonic Section
Sectional- Opera in 4 acts
Recitative=Aria

5

West End Blues

Scale:
Chord Progression:
Texture:
Form:

Blues
Blues
Monophonic intro, Polyphonic head, Homophonic solos
Strophic/Blues form-intro, head, trombone solo, clarinet and vocal (scat) duet, piano solo, head

6

Raga Jog

Scale:
Chord Progression:
Texture:
Form:

Raga
No Harmony
Monophonic
Badhat

7

Cantata No. 80, Mvt. No. 1

Composer:
Genre:
Style Period:
Texture:

Bach
Cantata
Barqoue
Polyphonic

8

Prelude and Fugue in C Minor

Composer:
Genre:
Style Period:
Texture:
Instrument

Bach
Prelude and Fugue
Baroque
Polyphonic
Harpischord

9

A Little Night Music

Composer:
Genre:
Style Period:
Form:

Mozart
String Quartet
Classical
Sonato-Allegro

10

Movement 1 from Symphony No. 5

Composer:
Genre:
Style Period:
Texture:

Beethoven
Symphony
Classical
Sonato-Allegro

11

Monophonic Texture

One melody and no harmony.
Ex. Raga Jog

12

Homophonic Texture

One melody with block chords
Ex. Ballad of Gregorio Cortez, Take Five, Carmen

13

Heterophonic Texture

One melody performed simultaneously with unique variations.
Ex. Ana Fi Intizarak

14

Polyphonic Texture

Two or more melodies at the same time.
Ex.

15

Define Texture

Number of layers, as well as the type of layers, used in a composition and how these layers are related.

16

Define Form

The design of a musical selection. Architectural design in sonic form.

17

Define Improvisation

Arranging anything without previous preparation.

18

Define Theme

The basic subject matter of a piece.

19

Define Motive

Melodic or rhythmic fragment used to construct a larger musical entity.

20

Define Strophic Form

All verses or stanzas are sung to the same music.
Ex. Folk Songs, Pop Songs
Ballad Of Gregorio Cortez & West End Blues.

21

Define Modulation

process of changing from one key, tonic or tonal, to another.

22

North Indian Classical Form Badhat:

Slow beginning accelerating to a rapid conclusion. Two main sections are without tala and with tala.

Ex. Raga Jog

23

Define Harmony

Pitches heard simultaneously.

24

Define Pitch

The relative highness or lowness of a sound.

25

Define Melody

Any selection of pitches in succession.

26

Define Tune

A relatively short, singable melody

27

Define Solfége

Syllables used to name pitches.

28

Define Intonation

Sense of pitch placement.

29

Define Interval

Distance between two pitches.

30

Define Octave

Interval spanning eight pitches.

31

Define Scale

Set of pitches ascending to descending.

32

Define Mode

Idea about pitch and melody that encompasses musical practice.

33

Define Chromatic Scale

All twelve pitches are played in ascending and descending order.

34

Define Diatonic Scale

Are seven note scales that contain a series of whole and half steps. Ex. Major (happy & light) & Minor (sad & down)

35

Define Pentatonic Scale

Five-note scale commonly associated with traditional music in Africa and the far East.

36

Define Functional Harmony

Music that uses the hierarchy of chords (I,IV,V) in tonal music.

37

Define Chords

Stacked Intervals.

38

Define Raga Scale

In India the set of pitches from which a piece is conceived.

39

West End Blues Progression

I I I I
IV IV I I
V V I I

40

Three Main Forms of a Sonato Allegro Form

Exposition, Development, Recapitulation

41

Define Sectional Form

A complete, but not independent musical idea. Ex. Carmen, Ana Fi Intizarak, Take Five