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Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Dances. Choruses. Declamatory Airs. Tonality. Compositional Devices. 10 Point. 10 Point.

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Jeopardy

Choose a category.

You will be given the answer.

You must give the correct question.

Click to begin.

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Choose a point value.

Choose a point value.

Click here for Final Jeopardy

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Dances

Choruses

Declamatory

Airs

Tonality

Compositional

Devices

10 Point

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Pantomine Dance

Top melody line echoes while bass and inner voices are altered to create dissonance. Lacks regular rhythmic pattern, phrases or repetition

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This chorus is also a tuneful air (dance) in Act II. It occurs after Dido hears distant thunder conjured up by the Sorceress. It contains imitation and is sung SATB.

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Haste, Haste to Town

Pg. 146 Trk 23

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Queen of Carthage

Pg. 123 Trk 16

Sorceress is plotting the destruction of Carthage and its queen, calls in her evil companions to help her in her evil plans

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In the form of a tuneful air and a chorus, this has a repeated binary form. Occurs in the middle of the hunt where the hunting party stops to take in the country’s beauty. A section is entirely homophonic, B section contains imitation.

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Important method of setting English declamatory airs wherein two syllables are set with a dotted eighth followed by sixteenth note

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Scottish Snap Example

Pg 95 Trk 5

(Whence could so much virtue)

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DAILY DOUBLE

One of Purcell’s innovations lies in the sophistication of his harmonic methods. Listen to the following excerpt pg. 95 (trk 5) in your score and name THREE.

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Examples could include:

  • Major on fierce m. 8
  • C minor on soft m 7
  • Melt the rocks goes into g minor both a flat and a minor key m. 11
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Tuneful Air or Dance

Two Part Air

Dialogue

Declamatory Air

Chorus

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Purcell composed each scene in a single key (with some interruptions as we discussed). Below are the keys, you name what it represents.

C minor

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Purcell’s use of tonality offers a clear indication of how Aeneas’s role should be interpreted. Name the two places where Aeneas’s entrance disrupts the tonality.

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Shift to e minor in Scene II

Page 101 m. 11 where Aeneas sings of his love yet the music contradicts this by modulating to e minor with the following chorus “Cupid Throws the Dart” in e minor. Tonality depicts the disruption caused by Aeneas’s arrival in Carthage as well as the disturbance that has occurred in everyone’s emotions.

Shift to a minor in Scene IV

Page 150 Reh Let 28 Trk 24

Fourth scene is in d minor and D major. However in the concluding monologue occurs in the key of a minor where Aeneas and the spirit (Mercury) brings on the command of Jove that Aeneas is to wait no longer in beginning his task of creating a new Troy on Latin soil. Aeneas consents to the wishes of the Gods, but is not happy that he will have to leave Dido.

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What does Ah Belinda

The Triumphing Dance

Oft She Visits

When I am Laid In Earth

all have in common?

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Name four pieces where a ground bass occurs

See notes on page 36 and 37 of your binder

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Definitions is a note from one chord which is held into the next chord as a nonharmonic tone and resolved. Example:

When I Am Laid The Bb in measure 7 after Reh Let 38.

(B b held over from g minor chord in m. 6 and resolves to an inversion of a D7 chord.

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Used for laments in Italian Opera, most common uses a descending scale, diatonic or chromatic with a cadence.

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Final Jeopardy

Make your wager

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Thy Belinda, When I Am Laid

Ah Belinda, Grief Increases