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  1. Sociology Monday – Wednesday – LGO 9 – Due Wednesday end of class (get binders ready too) Thursday – Review LGO – Test card – Chapter 9 Binder check Friday – Chapter 9 Test Monday – On demand testing Tuesday – No school Wednesday – Chapter 9 make-up tests Thursday – May 22 – Collect Books – Make-up work

  2. Humanities Thursday – Romantic music examples Friday – US History EOC/Make-up work Monday – On Demand Testing Tuesday – No School Wednesday – Romantic/Realism Music and art review Thursday – Romantic/Realism Identification test Friday – Romantic/Realism Make-up Identification test Monday – No School

  3. Romantic Music Tchaikovsky and Wagner

  4. General Info • Very diff. from Neoclassical – emotion, adventure, and imagination • Beethoven inspired composers to become self-supported • Opera very popular • Soft/dreamy music accomplished by: • Chromatic scale – moving in half steps • Dissonance – harsh sounds to the ear • Modulations – change from one key to another

  5. General cont. Composers focused on melodies and themes Cycle – complete story told w/ several related songs Improved range power of piano/improvements to orchestral instruments

  6. Tchaikovsky • Studied music as a child • At 21 entered the St. Petersburg Conservatory/ studied composition • Graduated and taught theory and composition at Moscow Conservatory

  7. Tchaikovsky cont. Mme. Von Meck – contributions allowed him to dedicate himself to his music Best remembered for his ballets: Nutcracker, Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty Performed 6th symphony (Pathetique) as the opening concert for Carnegie Hall in 1891 – died a few days later

  8. Tchaikovsky’s Music Symphony #6, "Pathétique" Symphony #5 – Finale Symphony #2, "Little Russian" – Finale The Nutcracker – Trepak – (Russian Dance) The Nutcracker – Waltz of the Flowers Sleeping Beauty – Panorama Sleeping Beauty – Pas de Deux Swan Lake – Introduction to Act II Swan Lake – Danse des Cygnes 1812 Overture

  9. Wagner • Born in a theatrical family • Began composing at 17 • Chorus master for several theatres • Built his own theatre (Das Festspielhaus) in 1872

  10. Wagner Cont. • Most significant works – Tristan and Isolde and Ring Cycle (covers German and Scandinavian mythology – over 16 hrs.) • Leitmotif – assigning short melodies to people or ideas in operas (used in many 20th century films) • Adolf Hitler well known admirer of Wagner and adopted much of his work for the Nazi party

  11. Wagner Music Prelude to Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg Overture to Tannhäuser The Ride of the Valkyries Prelude to Act III of Lohengrin Tristan and Isolde: Prelude to Act 1

  12. Summary 3-4 descriptive sentences