IUB MUS-T 351 - Exam 1 Study Guide (3 pages)

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Indiana University, Bloomington
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Mus-T 351 - Music Theory & Literature V
Music Theory & Literature V Documents

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GradeBuddy MUS T351 1st Edition Exam 1 Study Guide Terms and topics Modernism Contextual structure vs syntactical structure Non developmental form mosaic like organization additive process Pitch centricity vs tonality Modernity The emergence of the modern identity from about1500 up Modernism c 1900 Early modernist modernist protomodernist Debussy Mahler Strauss Undoubtedly Stravinsky Schoenberg Berg Webern What is the relationship between art and society What is society going to look like in the future If society is going to look diferent in the future then art needs to look diferent so what is art going to look like in the future Ezra Pound creates a modernist manifesto Make it new The desire to make music new redoing the chore values of music Chore values of Classical Music the period order balance Chore values of Romantic Music drama new treatment of dissonances more chromatic harmonies going beyond the forms of Classical music Chore Modernist impulse to take all of this and question some of it SYNTAX In English syntax is found in a sentence Ex The red dog ran Every sentence contains Elements of vocabulary Usage ordering You can take the elements of vocabulary and re order them to make something diferent OR you can substitute in new elements of vocabulary to the change the meaning of the sentence Ex The orange cat ran In music you can take the rhythmic element and change it or you can take the tonal element and change it in Debussy what elements of earlier music is he keeping what elements is he changing etc Contextual structure vs syntactical structure Contextual you can hear the context in which the composers harmonic language was created not necessarily explained in advance



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