Opening Agenda. Things to Get: Notebook paper for notes and opener 3 handouts from the front of the room. Things to Do: Opener: Review Baroque Art Class work: Baroque Music Exit Slip: Practice Listening Quiz. Opening Agenda. Things to Get: Notebook paper for notes and opener
Complete the following chart and questions on your paper:
St. Paul’s Cathedral? (This was on your work from the book)
Short example of "Third Species" counterpoint ( play MIDI (help·info))
Example of a tonal answer in J.S. Bach\'s Fugue No. 16 in G Minor, BWV 861, from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1. ( Listen )
The first note of the subject, D (in red), is a prominent dominant note, demanding that the first note of the answer (in blue) sounds as the tonic, G.
The bottom staff shows the figured bass, the Grand Staff above shows what the musician could play!
An extreme example of ornamentation as a fioritura from Chopin\'sNocturne in D flat major.
Joseph Haydn, The Creation (1798)
Bizet’s Carmen by the Royal Opera Company
Schoenberg’s Piano Concerto
Think of Me- Phantom of the Opera
You’re the One that I Want: Grease
Vivaldi Bach Handel
In your notes!
Write ONE phrase that will help you remember each piece.
Can you match the composer to the work?
Song One: Title, Composer and form.
Song Two: Title, Composer and form.
Song Three: Title, Composer and form.
(Oratorio, concerto, or fugue?)
Vivaldi’s Four Seasons are what form?
These are two integral to the Baroque musical style.
What musical form fuses music, theater, scenery, and dance?