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Musical Architecture (Form)

Musical Architecture (Form)

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  • 1. Musical Architecture
    (Form)
  • 2. Review: Which came first, Renaissance or Baroque?
    Baroque
    Renaissance
    Tomato
  • 3. Review: During what century (for the most part) was the “Romantic” era?
    18th
    19th
    20th
  • 4. Review: Which of these is a woodwind instrument?
    Bassoon
    Shofar
    Tympani
  • 5. Review: Which was a popular Renaissance/Baroque plucked string instrument?
    Shawm
    Dizi
    Lute
  • 6. Imagine you are a composer,and you just wrote a “section” of music…
  • 7. What can you do next?
    Stop writing
    Repeat what you just wrote
    Repeat what you just wrote but change a little
    Write something completely different
  • 8. Twinkle, Twinkle little star
    How I wonder what you are
    Up above the world so high
    Like a diamond in the sky
    Twinkle, Twinkle little star
    How I wonder what you are
    A
    B
    A
  • 9. “Please Please Me”
    A
    A
    Last night I said these words to my girl
    I know you never even try, girl.
    Come on (4x)
    Please Please me oh yeah, like I please you
    You don’t need me to show the way, love
    Why do I always have to say, love?
    Come on (4x)
    Please please me oh yeah, like I please you
    a
    a
    b
    c
    a
    a
    b
    c
  • 10. Typical pop song form
    Introduction
    Verse(s)
    Chorus
    Repetitions of V & C
    Outtro
    Optional parts: Bridge, Middle 8
  • 11. Rolling Stones, “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll” (1974)
    • Intro (Instrumental)
    • 12. Verse (“If I could stick my pen...”)
    • 13. Chorus (“I know it’s only rock ‘n roll”)
    • 14. Verse 2 (“If I could stick a knife...”)
    • 15. Chorus
    • 16. Interlude/Middle 8 (“And do ya think...”)
    • 17. Chorus
    • 18. Outro (Instrumental)
  • 12-bar Blues
  • 19. 12-bar Blues
    Text form:
    A
    A
    B
    Musical form
    I, I, I, I
    IV, IV, I, I
    V, V, I, I
  • 20. Cream, “Crossroads” (1969)
    I went down to the crossroad, fell down on my knees
    I went down to the crossroad, fell down on my knees
    Asked the lord above for mercy: “Save me if you please”
    I went down to the crossroad, tried to flag a ride
    I went down to the crossroad, tried to flag a ride
    Didn’t nobody seem to know me, everybody passed me by
  • 21. “Out and Back” form (The Sandwich)
    Ternary Form
  • 22.
  • 23. Which of these uses a three-part text form, with four bars per line?
    Ternary form
    12-bar Blues
    Ground bass form
  • 24. 32-BAR SONG FORM
  • 25.
  • 26. “Refrain” forms
    Rondo
  • 27.
  • 28. Which of these was gradually replaced in popular music by Verse-Chorus form?
    Rondo form
    Ternary form
    32-bar song form
  • 29. WCT Dance form (Binary)
  • 30.
  • 31. Theme and variations
  • 32.
  • 33. In Binary form, there are actually
    2 parts, each of which are repeated
    3 parts, with the second repeated
    4 parts, each different
  • 34. Sonata form (Large Ternary)