9780199382149

In Performance

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  • Copyright: 7/15/2015
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Summary

In Performance teaches music appreciation by focusing on how all listeners first encounter music--through its performance. By emphasizing where music is heard or performed, this text aims to create lifelong, active music listeners who understand the value of different types of music and the impact that it has on their everyday lives. In addition to covering the standard Western music that other music appreciation texts do, In Performance also discusses concert band music, film music, ballet music, jazz, and popular music. Author Wayne Bailey connects the history of music--why it was created and how it was first used--to how and where we hear music now and what it means to us in the present day.

Author Biography


Wayne Bailey is Professor of Music at the Herberger Institute's School of Music at Arizona State University, where he teaches music appreciation and graduate and undergraduate courses in conducting.

Table of Contents


Preface

Structure of the Text
Listening Guides
Features of the Text

Introduction: Listening to Music

Musical Labels
How is Music Created?
What to Expect at a Performance
How to Listen to Music
Technical Listening
Sensuous Listening
Expressive Listening
Musically-Aware Listening

UNIT 1. THE FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC

1. How We Construct Music

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Melody
Rhythm
Harmony
Texture
Timbre
Form
Expression
Chapter Review
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

2. How We Make Music

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
The Human Voice
Instrument Classifications
Instrument Families
String Instruments
Woodwind Instruments
Brass Instruments
Percussion Instruments
Keyboard Instruments
Electronic instruments
Ensembles
LISTENING GUIDE 2.1 Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Benjamin Britten
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

3. How Music Has Changed Over Time

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Music of the Middle Ages, 450-1450
Music of the Renaissance, 1450-1600
Music of the Baroque Era, 1600-1750
Music of the Classical Era, 1750-1820
Music of the Romantic Era, 1820-1900
Music of the Modern Era, 1900-Present
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

UNIT 2. MUSIC OF THE CHURCH

Music for Use in the Worship Hall
What to Listen for in Sacred Music

4. Music of the Catholic Church

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Chant-- the Basis of Western Sacred Music
LISTENING GUIDE 4.1 "Resurrexi, et adhuc tecum sum," Alleluia from Mass for Easter, Anonymous
Organum Grows from Embellished Chant
LISTENING GUIDE 4.2 "Viderunt omnes," Léonin
Motet Develops Outside the Liturgy
Guillaume de Machaut
Guillaume Dufay
LISTENING GUIDE 4.3 "Ave maris stella," Dufay
Josquin des Prez
LISTENING GUIDE 4.4 "Ave Maria Virgo Serena," Josquin
The Secular Motet
LISTENING GUIDE 4.5 "Quant en moi," Guillaume de Machaut
Mass: The Most Important Sacred Music Form
LISTENING GUIDE 4.6 Kyrie from Notre Dame Mass, Guillaume de Machaut
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

5. Protestant Church Music

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
The Protestant Hymn
LISTENING GUIDE 5.1 "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God," Martin Luther
Lutherans Develop the Cantata
How Was Early Music Performed?
Johann Sebastian Bach
LISTENING GUIDE 5.2 "Awake, a Voice Is Calling Us," Cantata 140, J.S. Bach
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

UNIT 3. MUSIC OF THE CONCERT HALL

Development of the Concert Hall
The Concert Hall
What to Expect at the Concert Hall
Music of the Concert Hall
What to Listen for in Concert Music

6. The Concerto

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Characteristics of the Concerto
The Baroque Concerto
Antonio Vivaldi
LISTENING GUIDE 6.1 "Spring," from The Four Seasons, Antonio Vivaldi
The Classical Concerto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
LISTENING GUIDE 6.2 Concerto No. 23 in A major for Piano, K. 488, mvt. 1, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The Romantic Concerto
Feliz Mendelssohn
LISTENING GUIDE 6.3 Concerto in E minor for Violin, op. 64, mvt. 1, Felix Mendelssohn
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

7. The Symphony

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
The Development of the Symphony
Listening Guide 7.1 Air from Suite no. 3 in D major for Orchestra, BMV 1068, J. S. Bach
The Classical Era Symphony
The Romantic Era Symphony
Important Composers of Symphonies
Franz Joseph Haydn
LISTENING GUIDE 7.2 Symphony no. 94 in G major, Hob.I:94, mvt. 2, Franz Joseph Haydn
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
LISTENING GUIDE 7.3 Symphony no. 40 in G minor, K. 550, mvt. 1, Allegro molto, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Ludwig van Beethoven
LISTENING GUIDE 7.4 Symphony no. 5 in C minor, op. 67, mvt. 1, Allegro con brio, Ludwig van Beethoven
Johannes Brahms
LISTENING GUIDE 7.5 Symphony no. 3 in F major, op. 90, mvt. 3, Poco allegretto, Johannes Brahms
LISTENING GUIDE 7.6 Symphony no. 9 in E minor, op. 95, mvt. 2, Antonín Dvorák
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

8. Program Music

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Types of Program Music for the Orchestra
The Program Symphony
Hector Berlioz
LISTENING GUIDE 8.1 "March to the Scaffold," from Symphonie fantastique, mvt. 4, Hector Berlioz
The Symphonic Poem
Franz Liszt
Richard Strauss
Paul Dukas
LISTENING GUIDE 8.2 The Sorcerer's Apprentice, Paul Dukas
Incidental Music
LISTENING GUIDE 8.3 Overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream, Felix Mendelssohn
The Concert Overture
LISTENING GUIDE 8.4 1812 Overture, op. 49, Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky
Nationalistic Music
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

9. Isms for Orchestra

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Symphonic Music in the MOdern Period Becomes More Diverse
Impressionism in Painting Influences Music
Claude Debussy
LISTENING GUIDE 9.1 Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, Claude Debussy
Expressionism and the Second Viennese School
Arnold Schoenberg
LISTENING GUIDE 9.2 "Peripetie," from Five Orchestral Pieces, op. 16, Arnold Schoenberg
Neoclassicism
Sergei Prokofiev
LISTENING GUIDE 9.3 "Gavotta," from Symphony no. 1 in D major, op. 25 ("Classical"), mvt. 3, Sergei Prokofiev
Minimalism
John Adams
LISTENING GUIDE 9.4 Short Ride in a Fast Machine, John Adams
Neo-Romanticism and Modern Orchestral Music
Libby Larsen
LISTENING GUIDE 9.5 "One Dancer, Many Dancers" from Symphony no. 5, Solo Symphony, Libby Larsen
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

10. Orchestra and Voices

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
The Oratorio
George Frideric Handel
LISTENING GUIDE 10.1 "Hallelujah Chorus" from Messiah, G. F. Handel
The Musical Passion
LISTENING GUIDE 10.2 "O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden," BWV 244, J. S. Bach
Nonliturgical Mass and Requiem
LISTENING GUIDE 10.3 "How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling place," from A German Requiem, op. 45, mvmt. 4, Johannes Brahms
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

11. Music for Wind Bands

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Band Instrumentation
Early Development of Bands
John Philip Sousa
LISTENING GUIDE 11.1 "The Stars and Stripes Forever," John Philip Sousa
Gustav Holst
LISTENING GUIDE 11.2 "Chaconne," from Firt Suite in E-flat for Military Band, mvt. 1, Gustav Holst
Modern Concert Band Music
LISTENING GUIDE 11.3 Postcard, Frank Ticheli
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?

UNIT 4. MUSIC OF THE RECITAL HALL AND SALON

The Recital
Music for the Recital Hall or Salon
What to Listen for and Observe at a Recital

12. Vocal Music for the Recital Hall and Salon

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
The Madrigal
Claudio Monteverdi
LISTENING GUIDE 12.1 "Here Now, the Waves Murmur," from Second Book of Madrigals, Claudio Monteverdi
Fa La La - The Ballett
LISTENING GUIDE 12.2 "Now Is the Month of Maying," Thomas Morley
The Rise of the Art Song
A Musical Conversation
Forms Used in Art Songs
Song Composers
Franz Schubert
LISTENING GUIDE 12.3 "The Erl-King," Franz Schubert
Robert and Clara Schumann
LISTENING GUIDE 12.4 "In the Lovely Month of May," from Dichterliebe, op. 48, no. 1, Robert Schumann
Charles Ives
LISTENING GUIDE 12.5 "The Things Our Fathers Loved," 114 Songs, no. 43, Charles Ives
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

13. Keyboard Music for the Recital Hall

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Music for the King of Instruments
Johann Sebastian Bach
LISTENING GUIDE 13.1 Fugue in C minor, from The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1, J. S. Bach
LISTENING GUIDE 13.2 "Christ Lay in Death's Prison," Chorale Prelude, BWV 625, J. S. Bach
Solo Music for the Piano
Piano Sonata
LISTENING GUIDE 13.3 Sonata no. 14 in C-sharp minor for Piano, op. 27, no. 2, ("Moonlight"), mvt. 1, Adagio sostenuto, Ludwig van Beethoven
Character Piece
Frédéric Chopin
LISTENING GUIDE 13.4 Nocturne in E-flat, op. 9, no. 2, Frédéric Chopin
Franz Liszt
LISTENING GUIDE 13.5 Transcendental Etudes, no. 10 in F minor, Franz Liszt
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

14. Instrumental Chamber Music

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
String Quartet - Four Soloists Who Blend
Instrumentation of String Quartet
LISTENING GUIDE 14.1 String Quartet no. 3 in C major, op. 76 ("Emperor"), mvt. 2, Poco adagio cantabile, and mvt. 3, Minuet and Trio, Franz Joseph Haydn
Sonatas of a Different Form
LISTENING GUIDE 14.2 Trio Sonata in B-flat, op. 4, no. 9, Arcangelo Corelli
LISTENING GUIDE 14.3, Sonata in E-flat for Clarinet and Piano, op. 120, no. 2, Allegro, Johannes Brahms
Chamber Music - No Strings Attached
LISTENING GUIDE 14.4 Serenade in B-flat for Winds, K. 361, ("Gran Partita") mvt. 3, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
LISTENING GUIDE 14.5, Quintet for Brass, op. 73, Con brio, Malcolm Arnold
Contemporary Mixed Chamber Music
LISTENING GUIDE 14.6 Zaka, Jennifer Higdon
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

UNIT 5. MUSIC OF THE STAGE AND SCREEN

The Opera House and Musical Theatre
What to Expect at the Opera House or Musical Theater
What to Listen for at an Opera, Ballet, Musical, or Film

15. Opera and Operetta

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Florentine Noblemen Develop Baroque Opera
Claudio Monteverdi
LISTENING GUIDE 15.1 "Tu se' morta," from Orlfeo, Claudio Monteverdi
George Friederic Handel
LISTENING GUIDE 15.2 "La giustizia" from Julius Caesar, G. F. Handel
Henry Purcell
Classical-Era Opera Adds Comedy
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
LISTENING GUIDE 15.3, "Lŕ ci darem la mano" from Don Giovanni, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Romantic-Era Opera Becomes Grand
Guiseppi Verdi
LISTENING GUIDE 15.4 "La donna č mobile" from Rigoletto, Giuseppe Verdi
Richard Wagner
LISTENING GUIDE 15.5 "Ride of the Valkyries," from The Valkyrie, Richard Wagner
Giacomo Puccini
LISTENING GUIDE 15.6 "Nessun dorma" from Turandot, Giacomo Puccini
LISTENING GUIDE 15.7 "Un bel dě," from Madame Butterfly, Giacomo Puccini
Modern Opera Continues Romantic Traditions
Operetta
LISTENING GUIDE 15.8 "I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General," from The Pirates of Penzance, Arthur Sullivan
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

16. Musical Theatre

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Precursors of the Musical
Variety Shows Add Plots
LISTENING GUIDE 16.1 "Ol' Man River," from Showboat, Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II
Book Musicals
LISTENING GUIDE 16.2 "People Will Say We're in Love," from Oklahoma, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
LISTENING GUIDE 16.3 "I Could Have Danced All Night," from My Fair Lady, Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner
LISTENING GUIDE 16.4 "Tonight," from West Side Story, Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim
Rock, Electronics, Opera, and Cats
LISTENING GUIDE 16.5 "Don't Dry for Me Argentina," from Evita, Andrew Lloyd-Webber and Tim Rice
LISTENING GUIDE 16.6, "You Can't Stop the Beat," from Hairspray, Marc Shaiman and Scott wittman
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

17. Ballet Music

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Development of ballet
Pyotr Il'ych Tchaikovsky
LISTENING GUIDE 17.1 "March" and "Dance of the Reed Pipes," The Nutcracker, Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky
Modern Ballet
Primitivism
Igor Stravinsky
LISTENING GUIDE 17.2 The Rite of Spring, Igor Stravinsky
Aaron Copland
LISTENING GUIDE 17.3 "Hoedown," from Rodeo, Scene 5, Aaron Copland
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

18. Film Music

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Music to Accompany silent Films
Music for "Talkies"
Max Steiner
LISTENING GUIDE 18.1 "Tara's Theme" from Gone with the Wind, Max Steiner
LISTENING GUIDE 18.2 "The Murder," from Psycho, Bernard Hermann
Post-World War II Film Music
Contemporary Film Composers Work Closely with Directors
John Williams
LISTENING GUIDE 18.3 "Princess Leia's Theme," from Star Wars, John Williams
LISTENING GUIDE 18.4 Music from Pirates of the Caribbean, Klaus Badelt
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

Online Bonus Chapters

19. Jazz

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Roots and Characteristics of Jazz
Ragtime
Scott Joplin
LISTENING GUIDE 19.1 "Maple Leaf Rag," Scott Joplin
Blues
Bessie Smith
LISTENING GUIDE 19.2 "Lost Your Head Blues," Bessie Smith
Dixieland
Louis Armstrong
LISTENING GUIDE 19.3 "Struttin' With Some Barbeque," Louis Armstrong
Swing
Glenn Miller
LISTENING GUIDE 19.4 "In the Mood," Eric DeWebber
Duke Ellington
LISTENING GUIDE 19.5 "Take the A Train," Duke Ellington band
Bebop
LISTENING GUIDE 19.6 "Night in Tunisia," Dizzy Gillespie
Cool Jazz
LISTENING GUIDE 19.7 "Night and Day," Cole Porter
Free Jazz
Modern Jazz
Miles Davis
LISTENING GUIDE 19.8 "Bitches Brew," Miles Davis
Jazz and Classical Music
George Gershwin
LISTENING GUIDE 19.9 "Rhapsody in Blue," George Gershwin
Build Your Own Playlist
Audio Review
How Am I Doing?
Key Terms

20. Popular Music Since 1950

Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
Roots of Rock 'n' Roll
The 1950s
LISTENING GUIDE 20.1 "Hound Dog," Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, performed by Elvis Presley
Bill Haley and the Comets
Rock 'n' Roll Turns Soft
LISTENING GUIDE 20.2 "Beyond the Sea," Charles Trenet and Jack Lawrence, performed by Bobby Darin
LISTENING GUIDE 20.3 "The Lion Sleeps Tonight," Solomon Linda and George David Weiss
The 1960s
Surf Music
LISTENING GUIDE 20.4 "Good Vibrations," Brian wilson, performed by the Beach Boys
Rock Returns to Its Folk Roots to Change the World
LISTENING GUIDE 20.5 "Blowin' in the Wind," performed by Peter, Paul & Mary
The British Invasion
LISTENING GUIDE 20. 6 "I Want to Hold Your Hand," John Lennon and Paul McCartney, performed by The Beatles
The Rolling Stones
LISTENING GUIDE 20.7 "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, performed by The Rolling Stones
Motown
LISTENING GUIDE 20.8 "Stop! In the Name of Love," Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, and Eddie Holland, performed by The Supremes
The 1970s
LISTENING GUIDE 20.9 "25 or 6 to 4," Robert Lamm, performed by Chicago
LISTENING GUIDE 20.10 "Piano Man," Billy Joel
LISTENING GUIDE 20.11 "Last Dance," Paul Jabara, performed by Donna Summers
The 1980s
LISTENING GUIDE 20.12 "School's Out," Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway , and Neal Smith, performed by Alice Cooper
The Superstar
LISTENING GUIDE 20.13 "Beat It," Michael Jackson
Hip hop/rap
LISTENING GUIDE 20.14 "Walk This Way," Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, performed by Run-DMC
1990s and Beyond
Divas
LISTENING GUIDE 20.15 "One Moment in Time," Albert Hammond and John Bettis, performed by Whitney Houston
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Glossary
Selective Bibliography
Credits
Index
Preface
Structure of the Text
Listening Guides
Features of the Text
Introduction: Listening to Music
Musical Labels
How is Music Created?
What to Expect at a Performance
How to Listen to Music
-- Technical Listening
-- Sensuous Listening
-- Expressive Listening
-- Musically Aware Listening
UNIT 1. THE FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC
1. How We Construct Music
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Melody
-- Rhythm
-- Harmony
-- Texture
-- Timbre
-- Form
-- Expression
-- Chapter Review
---- Audio Review
---- How Am I Doing?
---- Key terms
2. How We Make Music
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- The Human Voice
-- Instrument Classifications
-- Instrument Families
---- String Instruments
---- Woodwind Instruments
---- Brass Instruments
---- Percussion Instruments
---- Keyboard Instruments
-- Electronic Instruments
-- Ensembles
LISTENING GUIDE 2.1 The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Benjamin Britten
---- Audio Review
---- How Am I Doing?
---- Key terms
3. How Music Has Changed Over Time
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Music of the Middle Ages, 450-1450
-- Music of the Renaissance, 1450-1600
-- Music of the Baroque Era, 1600-1750
-- Music of the Classical Era, 1750-1820
-- Music of the Romantic Era, 1820-1900
-- Music of the Modern Era, 1900-Present
---- Audio Review
---- How Am I Doing?
---- Key terms
UNIT 2. MUSIC OF THE CHURCH
Music for Use in the Worship Hall
What to Listen for in Sacred Music
4. Music of the Catholic Church
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Chant-- the Basis of Western Sacred Music
LISTENING GUIDE 4.1 "Resurrexi, et adhuc tecum sum," Alleluia from Mass for Easter, Anonymous
-- Organum Grows from Embellished Chant
LISTENING GUIDE 4.2 "Viderunt omnes," Leonin
-- Motet Develops Outside the Liturgy
-- Guillaume de Machaut
-- Guillaume Dufay
LISTENING GUIDE 4.3 "Ave maris stella," Dufay
-- Josquin Desprez
LISTENING GUIDE 4.4 "Ave Maria Virgo Serena," Josquin
-- The Secular Motet
LISTENING GUIDE 4.5 "Quant en moi," Guillaume de Machaut
-- Mass, the Most Important Sacred Music Form
LISTENING GUIDE 4.6. Kyrie from Notre Dame Mass, Guillaume de Machaut
---- Build Your Own Playlist
---- Audio Review
---- How Am I Doing?
---- Key Terms
5. Protestant Church Music
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- The Protestant Hymn
LISTENING GUIDE 5.1 "A Mighty Fortress is Our God," Martin Luther
-- Lutherans Develop the Cantata
-- How Was Early Music Performed?
-- Johann Sebastian Bach
LISTENING GUIDE 5.2 "Awake, a Voice Is Calling Us," Cantata 140 , J.S. Bach
---- Build Your Own Playlist
---- Audio Review
---- How Am I Doing?
---- Key Terms
UNIT 3. MUSIC OF THE CONCERT HALL
Development of the Concert Hall
The Concert Hall
What to Expect at the Concert Hall
Music of the Concert Hall
What to Listen for in Concert Music
6. Music for Soloists with Orchestra-the Concerto
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Characteristics of the Concerto
-- The Baroque Concerto
-- Antonio Vivaldi
LISTENING GUIDE 6.1 "Spring," from The Four Seasons, Antonio Vivaldi
-- The Classical Concerto
-- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
LISTENING GUIDE 6.2 Concerto no. 23 in A major for Piano, K. 488, mvt. 1, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
-- The Romantic Concerto
-- Felix Mendelssohn
LISTENING GUIDE 6.3 Concerto in E minor for Violin, op. 64, mvt. 1, Felix Mendelssohn
---- Build Your Own Playlist
---- Audio Review
---- How Am I Doing?
---- Key Terms
7. The Symphony
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- The Development of the Symphony
LISTENING GUIDE 7.1 Air from Suite No. 3 in D major for Orchestra, BMV 1068, J. S. Bach
-- The Classical Era Symphony
-- The Romantic Era Symphony
-- Important Composers of Symphonies
-- Franz Joseph Haydn
LISTENING GUIDE 7.2 Symphony No. 94 in G major, Hob.1:94, mvt. 2, Franz Joseph Haydn
-- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
LISTENING GUIDE 7.3 Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K. 550, mvt. 1, Allegro molto, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
-- Ludwig van Beethoven
LISTENING GUIDE 7.4 Symphony No. 5 in C minor, op. 67, mvt. 1, Allegro con brio, Ludwig van Beethoven
-- Johannes Brahms
LISTENING GUIDE 7.5 Symphony No. 3 in F major, op. 90, mvt. 3, Johannes Brahms
LISTENING GUIDE 7.6 Symphony No. 9 in E minor, op. 95, mvt. 2, Antonín Dvorák
---- Build Your Own Playlist
---- Audio Review
---- How Am I Doing?
---- Key Terms
8. Program Music
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Types of Program Music for the Orchestra
-- The Program Symphony
-- Hector Berlioz
LISTENING GUIDE 8.1 "March to the Scaffold," from Symphonie Fantastique, mvt. 4, Hector Berlioz
-- The Symphonic Poem
-- Franz Liszt
-- Richard Strauss
-- Paul Dukas
LISTENING GUIDE 8.2 The Sorcerer's Apprentice, Paul Dukas
-- Incidental Music
LISTENING GUIDE 8.3 Overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream, Felix Mendelssohn
-- The Concert Overture
LISTENING GUIDE 8.4 1812 Overture, op. 49, Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky
-- Nationalistic Music
---- Build Your Own Playlist
---- Audio Review
---- How Am I Doing?
---- Key Terms
9. Isms for Orchestra
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Symphonic Music in the Modern Period Becomes More Diverse
-- Impressionism in Painting Influences Music
-- Claude Debussy
LISTENING GUIDE 9.1 Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, Claude Debussy
-- Expressionism and the Second Viennese School
-- Arnold Schoenberg
LISTENING GUIDE 9.2 "Peripetie," from Five Orchestral Pieces, op. 16, Arnold Schoenberg
-- Neoclassicism
-- Sergei Prokofiev
LISTENING GUIDE 9.3 "Gavotta," from Symphony no. 1 in D major, op. 25, ("Classical"), mvt. 3, Sergei Prokofiev
-- Minimalism
-- John Adams
LISTENING GUIDE 9.4 Short Ride in a Fast Machine, John Adams
-- Neo-Romanticism and Modern Orchestral Music
-- Libby Larsen
LISTENING GUIDE 9.5 "One Dancer, Many Dances" from Symphony no. 5, Solo Symphony, Libby Larsen
---- Build Your Own Playlist
---- Audio Review
---- How Am I Doing?
---- Key Terms
10. Orchestra and Voices
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- The Oratorio
-- George Friederic Handel
LISTENING GUIDE 10.1 "Hallelujah Chorus" from Messiah, G.F. Handel
-- The Musical Passion
LISTENING GUIDE 10.2 "O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden," excerpt from Passion According to St. Matthew, BWV 244, J.S. Bach
-- Nonliturgical Mass and Requiem
LISTENING GUIDE 10.3 "How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place," from A German Requiem,mvt. 4th, Johannes Brahms
---- Build Your Own Playlist
---- Audio Review
---- How Am I Doing?
---- Key Terms
11. Music for Wind Bands
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
--Band Instrumentation
--Early Development of Bands
--John Philip Sousa
LISTENING GUIDE 11.1 "Stars and Stripes Forever," John Philip Sousa
--Gustav Holst
LISTENING GUIDE 11.2 "Chaconne," from First Suite in E-flat for Military Band, mvt. 1, Gustav Holst
-- Modern Concert Band Music
LISTENING GUIDE 11.3 Postcard, Frank Ticheli
---- Build Your Own Playlist
---- Audio Review
---- How Am I Doing?
UNIT 4. MUSIC OF THE RECITAL HALL AND SALON
The Recital
Music for the Recital Hall or Salon
What to Listen for and Observe at a Recital
12. Vocal Music for the Recital Hall and Salon
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- The Madrigal
-- Claudio Monteverdi
LISTENING GUIDE 12.1 "Here now, the waves murmur," from Second Book of Madrigals, Claudio Monteverdi
-- Fa La La--The Ballett
LISTENING GUIDE 12.2 "Now is the month of Maying," Thomas Morley
-- The Rise of the Art Song
-- A Musical Conversation
-- Forms Used in Art Songs
-- Song Composers
-- Franz Schubert
LISTENING GUIDE 12.3 "The Erl-king," Franz Schubert
-- Robert and Clara Schumann
LISTENING GUIDE 12.4, "In the lovely month of May," from Dichterliebe, op. 48, no. 1, Robert Schumann
-- Charles Ives
LISTENING GUIDE 12.5 "The Things Our Fathers Loved," 114 Songs, no. 43, Charles Ives
---- Build Your Own Playlist
---- Audio Review
---- How Am I Doing?
---- Key Terms
13. Solo Keyboard Music
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Music for the King of Instruments
--Johann Sebastian Bach
LISTENING GUIDE 13.1 Fugue in C minor, from The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1, J.S. Bach
LISTENING GUIDE 13.2 "Christ lay in Death's Prison" Chorale Prelude, BWV 625, J.S. Bach
-- Solo Music for the Piano
-- Piano Sonata
LISTENING GUIDE 13.3 Sonata no. 14 in C-sharp minor for Piano, op. 27, no. 2, ("Moonlight"), mvt. 1, Adagio Sostenuto, Ludwig van Beethoven
-- Character Piece
-- Frédéric Chopin
LISTENING GUIDE 13.4 Nocturne in E-flat, op. 9, no. 2, Frédéric Chopin
-- Franz Liszt
LISTENING GUIDE 13.5 Transcendental Etudes, no. 10 in F minor, Allegro agitato
Molto, Franz Liszt
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14. Instrumental Chamber Music
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- String Quartet--Four Soloists Who Blend
-- Instrumentation of string quartet
LISTENING GUIDE 14.1 String Quartet no. 3 in C major, op. 76 ("The Emperor"), mvt 2, Poco adagio cantabile, and mvt. 3, Minuet and Trio, Franz Joseph Haydn
-- Sonatas of a Different Form
LISTENING GUIDE 14.2 Trio Sonata in B-flat, op. 4, no. 9, Arcangelo Corelli
LISTENING GUIDE 14.3 Sonata in E-flat for Clarinet and Piano, op. 120, no. 2, Johannes Brahms
-- Chamber Music--No Strings Attached
LISTENING GUIDE 14.4 Serenade in B-flat for Winds, K. 361, ("Gran Partita"), mvt. 3, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
LISTENING GUIDE 14.5 Quintet for Brass, op. 73, Con brio, Malcolm Arnold
-- Contemporary Mixed Chamber Music
LISTENING GUIDE 14.6 Zaka, Jennifer Higdon
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UNIT 5. MUSIC OF THE STAGE AND SCREEN
The Opera House and Musical Theater
What to Expect at the Opera House or Musical Theater
What to Listen for at an Opera, Ballet, Musical, or Film
15. Opera and Operetta
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Florence Noblemen Develop Baroque Opera
-- Claudio Monteverdi
LISTENING GUIDE 15.1 "Tu se' morta," from Orfeu, Claudio Monteverdi
-- George Friederic Handel
LISTENING GUIDE 15.2 "La giustizia" from Julius Caesar, G.F. Handel
-- Henry Purcell
-- Classical Era Opera Adds Comedy
-- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
LISTENING GUIDE 15.3 "Lŕ ci darem la mano" from Don Giovanni, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
-- Romantic Era Opera Becomes Grand
-- Guiseppi Verdi
LISTENING GUIDE 15.4 "La donna č mobile" from Rigoletto, Giuseppe Verdi
-- Richard Wagner
LISTENING GUIDE 15.5 "Ride of the Valkyries," from The Valkyrie, Richard Wagner
-- Giacomo Puccini
LISTENING GUIDE 15.6 "Nessun dorma" from Turandot, Giacomo Puccini
LISTENING GUIDE 15.7 "Un bel dí," from Madame Butterfly, Giacomo Puccini
-- Modern Opera Continues Romantic Traditions
-- Operetta
LISTENING GUIDE 15.8 "I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General," from The Pirates of Penzance, Arthur Sullivan
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16. Musical Theater
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Precursors of the Musical
-- Vaudeville Show Adds Plots
LISTENING GUIDE 16.1 "Ol' Man River," from Showboat, Jerome Kern and
Oscar Hammerstein II
-- Book Musicals
LISTENING GUIDE 16.2 "People Will Say We're in Love", from Oklahoma, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
LISTENING GUIDE 16.3 "I Could Have Danced All Night," from My Fair Lady, Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner
LISTENING GUIDE 16.4 "Tonight," from West Side Story, Leonard Bernstein and
Stephen Sondheim
-- Rock, Electronics, Opera, and Cats
LISTENING GUIDE 16.5 "Don't Dry for Me Argentina," from Evita, Andrew Lloyd-Webber and Tim Rice
LISTENING GUIDE 16.6 "You Can't Stop the Beat," from Hairspray, Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman
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17. Ballet Music
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Development of Ballet
-- Pyotr Il'ych Tchaikovsky
LISTENING GUIDE 17.1 "March" and "Dance of the Reed Pipes," The Nutcracker, Pyotr Il'ych Tchaikovsky
-- Modern Ballet
--Primitivism
-- Igor Stravinsky
LISTENING GUIDE 17.2 The Rite of Spring, Igor Stravinsky
--Aaron Copland
LISTENING GUIDE 17.3 "Hoedown" from Rodeo, Scene 5, Aaron Copland
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18. Film Music
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Music to Accompany Early Films
-- Music for "Talkies"
-- Max Steiner
LISTENING GUIDE 18.1 "Tara Theme" from Gone with the Wind, Max Steiner
LISTENING GUIDE 18.2 "The Murder," from Psycho, Bernard Hermann
-- Post World War II Film Music
-- Contemporary Film Composers Work Closely with Directors
-- John Williams
LISTENING GUIDE 18.3 "Princess Leia's Theme" from Star Wars, John Williams
LISTENING GUIDE 18.4 Music from Pirates of the Caribbean, Klaus Badelt
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BONUS CHAPTERS
19. Jazz
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Roots and Characteristics of Jazz
-- Ragtime
-- Scott Joplin
LISTENING GUIDE 19.1 "Maple Leaf Rag," Scott Joplin
-- Blues
-- Bessie Smith
LISTENING GUIDE 19.2 "Lost Your Head Blues," Bessie Smith
-- Dixieland
-- Louis Armstrong
LISTENING GUIDE 19.3 "Struttin' With Some Barbeque," Louis Armstrong
-- Swing
-- Glenn Miller Orchestra
LISTENING GUIDE 19.4 "In the Mood," Eric DeWebber
-- Duke Ellington
LISTENING GUIDE 19.5 "Take the A Train," Duke Ellington band
-- Bebop
LISTENING GUIDE 19.6 "Night in Tunisia," Dizzy Gillespie
-- Cool Jazz
LISTENING GUIDE 19.7 "Night and Day," Cole Porter
-- Free Jazz
-- Modern Jazz
-- Miles Davis
LISTENING GUIDE 19.8 "Bitches Brew," Miles Davis
-- Jazz and Classical Music
-- George Gershwin
LISTENING GUIDE 19.9 Rhapsody in Blue, George Gershwin
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20. Popular Music Since 1950
Learning Objectives
Key Concepts
-- Roots of Rock n' roll
-- The 1950's
LISTENING GUIDE 20.1 "Hound Dog," Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, performed by Elvis Presley
-- Bill Haley and the Comets
-- Rock n' Roll Turns Soft
LISTENING GUIDE 20.2 "Beyond the Sea," Charles Trenet and Jack Lawrence, performed by Bobby Darin
LISTENING GUIDE 20.3 "The Lion Sleeps Tonight," Solomon Linda and George David Weiss
-- The 1960s
LISTENING GUIDE 20.4 "Good Vibrations," Brian Wilson, performed by the Beach Boys
-- Rock Returns to its Folk Roots to Change the World
LISTENING GUIDE 20.5 "Blowin' in the Wind," Bob Dylan, performed by Peter, Paul & Mary
-- The British Invasion
LISTENING GUIDE 20.6 "I Want to Hold Your Hand," John Lennon and Paul McCartney, performed by the Beatles
-- The Rolling Stones
LISTENING GUIDE 20.7 "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, performed by the Rolling Stones
-- Motown
LISTENING GUIDE 20.8 "Stop! In the Name of Love," Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, and Eddie Holland, performed by the Supremes
-- The 1970s
LISTENING GUIDE 20.9 "25 or 6 to 4," Robert Lamm, performed by Chicago
LISTENING GUIDE 20.10 "Piano Man," Billy Joel
LISTENING GUIDE 20.11 "Last Dance," Paul Jabara, performed by Donna Summer
-- The 1980s
LISTENING GUIDE 20.12 "School's Out," Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, and Neal Smith, performed by Alice Cooper
-- The Superstar
LISTENING GUIDE 20.13 "Beat It," Michael Jackson
-- Hip hop/rap
LISTENING GUIDE 20.14 "Walk This Way," Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, performed by Run-DMC
-- 1990's and Beyond
-- Divas
LISTENING GUIDE, 20.15 "One Moment in Time," Albert Hammond and John Bettis, performed by Whitney Houston
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Credits
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