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Define the following terms, which are all genres

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MUSIC APPRECIATION, MUSIC 1306.73002 & 73003

Romantic Period, Additional Assignment (re TEST 3)

The student must complete both Part 1 and Part 2 (page 2), in order to receive credit for this assignment.

PART 1

Define the following terms, which are all genres (i.e. types of pieces of music, which were used and or developed in the Romantic Period), using a minimum of 100 words per term.Give at least three specific examples of each genre and the respective composer of each example:

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PART 2

Find at least one suitable YouTube example of a LIVE PERFORMANCE of each of the four genres listed in PART 1 above.Watch the entire performance and then give a written review of each example below (minimum of 100 words per review).Also paste in the URL/Link to each example.The student may wish to send the URL/Link to the Instructor before watching and reviewing to make sure it is suitable.

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MUSIC APPRECIATION, MUSIC 1306.73002 & 73003 Romantic Period, Additional Assignment (re TEST 3) The student must complete both Part 1 and Part 2 (page 2), in order to receive credit for this assignment. PART 1 Define the following terms, which are all genres (i.e. types of pieces of music, which were used and or developed in the Romantic Period), using a minimum of 100 words per term. Give at least three specific examples of each genre and the respective composer of each example: SYMPHONY LIED PROGRAM MUSIC CHARACTER PIECE FOR THE PIANO – PART 2 Find at least one suitable YouTube example of a LIVE PERFORMANCE of each of the four genres listed in PART 1 above. Watch the entire performance and then give a written review of each example below (minimum of 100 words per review). Also paste in the URL/Link to each example. The student may wish to send the URL/Link to the Instructor before watching and reviewing to make sure it is suitable. SYMPHONY LIED PROGRAM MUSIC CHARACTER PIECE FOR THE PIANO – ...
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SYMPHONIC PROGRAM MUSIC 1
MISS MAURINE
DR.MOORE

5/5/2018
ROMANTIC PERIOD ASSIGNMENT : ROMANTIC PERIOD

Program music
Instrumental music associated with a story, poem, idea, or scene, often found in
the romantic period.
Instrumental music that interprets a story, depicts a scene or painting, or illustrates a literary
or philosophical idea. The term was first used by Franz Liszt in the 19th century, when programme
music was especially popular with composers of Romantic music (see Romanticism), but there had
been a great deal of descriptive music before then. Examples include Antonio Vivaldi's Four
Seasonsconcertos (1725), Ludwig van Beethoven's Eroica and Pastoral symphonies (1803 and 1808),
Felix Mendelssohn's Hebrides Overture(‘Fingal's Cave’, 1830), and the symphonic poems of Liszt and
Richard Strauss.
Narrative and descriptive music Liszt coined the phrase ‘programme music’ in the mid19th century, originally using it for music that is introduced by a ‘programme’ and expresses (rather
than describes) a poetic idea. Nowadays it is applied to any purely instrumental music based on a
literary, pictorial, historical, biographical, autobiographical, or any other extramusical subject, as
opposed to absolute music – music with a purely abstract meaning. The programmatic element can
be as vague as simply having a descriptive title given to it by the composer to set the mood, or a

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much more detailed depiction of a scene or story. Often, however, it is impossible to tell the
difference between the depiction of a scene and the composer's reaction to it.
Early programme music Musical descriptions of actions and events have existed from the
earliest times. One of the first developments of real programme music came in Elizabethan England
with c...

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