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The Enjoyment of Music w/ CD

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9780393982879

ISBN10:
0393982874
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Pub. Date:
6/1/2000
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W W Norton & Co Inc
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Table of Contents

Part 1 The Materials of Music
Unit I The Elements of Music 1(32)
Melody: Musical Line
1(5)
Rhythm: Musical Time
6(6)
Harmony: Musical SpaceThe Function of Harmony
12(5)
Musical Texture
17(6)
Musical Form
23(6)
Tempo and Dynamics
29(4)
Unit II Musical Instruments and Ensembles 33(34)
Musical Instruments I
33(4)
Musical Instruments II
37(13)
Musical Ensembles
50(11)
Style and Function of Music in Society
61(6)
Hearing Musical Styles
64(3)
Part 2 Medieval and Renaissance Music
Unit III The Middle Ages 67(24)
The Culture of the Middle Ages
67(4)
Sacred Music in the Middle Ages
71(11)
Secular Music in the Middle Ages
82(9)
Unit IV The Renaissance 91(28)
The Renaissance Spirit
91(7)
Renaissance Sacred Music
98(9)
Renaissance Secular Music
107(12)
From Renaissance to Baroque
116(3)
Part 3 More Materials of Music
Unit V The Organization of Musical Sounds 119(12)
Musical Systems
119(6)
Aspects of the Major-Minor System
125(6)
Part 4 The Baroque Era
Unit VI The Baroque and the Arts 131(13)
The Baroque Spirit
131(6)
Main Currents in Baroque Music
137(7)
Unit VII Vocal Music of the Baroque 144(22)
Baroque Opera
144(7)
Bach and the Cantata
151(8)
Handel and the Oratorio
159(7)
Unit VIII Instrumental Music of the Baroque 166(27)
The Baroque Concerto
166(8)
The Baroque Suite
174(7)
Other Instrumental Forms
181(12)
To the Age of Enlightenment
187(6)
Part 5 More Materials of Form
Unit IX Focus on Form 193(12)
The Development of Musical Ideas
193(3)
The Sonata Cycle
196(9)
Part 6 Eighteenth-Century Classicism
Unit X The Classical Spirit 205(9)
Classicism in the Arts
205(4)
Classicism in Music
209(5)
Unit XI Classical Chamber Music 214(9)
Eighteenth-Century Chamber Music Style
214(2)
Mozart and Chamber Music
216(7)
Unit XII The Classical Symphony 223(19)
The Nature of the Symphony
223(2)
Haydn and the Symphony
225(6)
Beethoven and the Symphony in Transition
231(11)
Unit XIII The Eighteenth-Century Concerto and Sonata 242(10)
The Classical Concerto
242(5)
The Classical Sonata
247(5)
Unit XIV Choral Music and Opera in the Classical Era 252(15)
Choral Music and Opera
252(15)
From Classicism to Romanticism
264(3)
Part 7 The Nineteenth Century
Unit XV The Romantic Movement 267(8)
The Spirit of Romanticism
267(2)
Romanticism in Music
269(6)
Unit XVI The Nineteenth-Century Art Song 275(12)
The Romantic Song
275(2)
Schubert and The Lied
277(6)
Robert Schumann and the Song Cycle
283(4)
Unit XVII The Nineteenth-Century Piano Piece 287(11)
The Piano and Its Literature
287(2)
Chopin and Piano Music
289(4)
Clara Schumann: Pianist and Composer
293(5)
Unit XVIII Romantic Program Music 298(15)
The Nature of Program Music
298(2)
Berlioz and the Program Symphony
300(5)
Musical Nationalism
305(8)
Unit XIX Absolute Forms in the Nineteenth Century 313(15)
The Romantic Symphony
313(4)
The Romantic Concerto
317(6)
The Rise of Classical Composition in America
323(5)
Unit XX Choral and Dramatic Music in the Nineteenth Century 328(37)
Romantic Choral Music
328(1)
Brahms and Choral Music
329(5)
Romantic Opera
334(5)
Verdi and Italian Opera
339(9)
Wagner and the Music Drama
348(7)
Tchaikovsky and the Ballet
355(10)
Part 8 The Twentieth Century
The Post-Romantic Era
361(4)
Unit XXI The Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Eras 365(11)
Debussy and Impressionism
365(11)
Unit XXII The Early Twentieth Century 376(23)
Main Currents in Early-Twentieth-Century Music
376(4)
New Elements of Musical Style
380(4)
Stravinsky and the Revitalization of Rhythm
384(10)
Schoenberg and the Second Viennese School
394(5)
Unit XXIII Twentieth-Century Nationalism 399(21)
The European Scene
399(9)
The American Scene
408(12)
Unit XXIV Popular Styles 420(41)
Blues And Early Jazz
420(12)
Musical Theater
432(11)
Rock and the Global Scene
443(18)
Unit XXV The New Music 461(56)
New Directions
461(16)
Contemporary Composers and Non-Western Styles
477(21)
Technology and Music
498(6)
Other Recent Trends
504(13)
Coda 517
Appendices
I. Musical Notation
1(5)
II. Glossary
6(15)
III. Attending Concerts
21(6)
IV. Chronology
27(14)
Acknowledgments 41(4)
Index 45(23)
World Map 68


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