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  • 1. MUSIC By: Valerie Morrison, Jessica Roberts, and Zack Kreza
  • 2. 2STEP 8-BIT A CAPPELLA METAL A CAPPELLA A.O.R. AAK ABSTRACT ABSTRACT HIP HOP ACCELERATED FUNK ACID ACID HOUSE ACID JAZZ ACID PUNK ACID TEKNO ACOUSTIC ADULT-ORIENTATED ROCK ADVENTURE METAL AFRICAN AFRO-CARIBBEAN AGGROTECH ALEATORY ALGORITHMIC ALPINE ALPUNK ALTERNATIVE ALTERNATIVE COUNTRY ALTERNATIVE COUNTRY ROCK ALTERNATIVE ROCK AMATEUR AMBIENT AMBIENT INDUSTRIAL AMBIENT PSY AMERICANA ANARCHO-PUNK ANDEAN ANIME ANTHEM ANTHEM ROCK ANTHEM TRANCE ANTI-FOLK ARABIAN METAL ARENA ROCK ARIA ART ROCK ART SONG ART-POP ASIAN AMERICAN JAZZ ATARICORE ATMOSPHERIC ATMOSPHERIC SLUDGE METAL AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL AVANT-GARDE AVANT-GARDE METAL AVANT-POP AVANT-PROGRESSIVE ROCK BACHATA BAGGY BAKERSFIELD SOUND BALLAD BAND BARBERSHOP BARCAROLE BAROQUE BARRELHOUSE BASS BASS & DRUM BATTLE METAL BATUCADA BEAT BEBOP BHANGRA BIG BAND BIG BEAT BITPOP BLACK METAL BLIP HOP BLUEGRASS BLUES BONGO FLAVA BOOGIE BOOGIE WOOGIE BOOTY BASSBOOTY HOUSE BOOTY MUSIC BOREDCORE BOSSA NOVA BOUNCY TECHNO BOUYON BRAINDANCE BRASS BAND BRAZILIAN FUNK BREAKBEAT BREAKBEAT HARDCORE BREAKCORE BRITPOP BRITROCK BROADWAY BRUTAL DEATH METAL BUBBLEGUM POP BUBBLINGBOOTY HOUSE BOOTY MUSIC BOREDCORE BOSSA NOVA BOUNCY TECHNO BOUYON BRAINDANCE BRASS BAND BRAZILIAN FUNK BREAKBEAT BREAKBEAT HARDCORE BREAKCORE BRITPOP BRITROCK BROADWAY BRUTAL DEATH METAL BUBBLEGUM POP BUBBLING CABARET CAFE CAJUN CALYPSO CALYPSO JAZZ CANDOMBE CANTATA CANTERBURY SCENE CANTOPOP CARIBBEAN CARNATIC CARNIVAL CASIOCORE CELTIC CELTIC METAL CHAABI CHA-CHA-CHA CHAMBER MUSIC CHANSON CHAOTIC HARDCORE CHARLESTON CHICAGO BLUES CHICAGO HOUSE CHILDREN'S MUSIC CHILLOUT CHINESE OPERA CHIP CHIP TUNE CHIPSTYLE CHOPPAGE CHORAL CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN COUNTRY CHRISTIAN GANGSTA RAP CHRISTIAN HIP-HOP CHRISTIAN METAL CHRISTIAN POP CHRISTIAN PUNK CHRISTIAN RAP CHRISTIAN ROCK CHRISTIAN SKA CHRISTIAN WORSHIP CIRCUS CLASSIC ELECTRONIC CLASSIC ROCK CLASSICAL CLASSICAL CROSSOVER CLASSICAL MASS CLASSICAL MODERN CLASSICAL ROMANTIC CLASSICAL SPOKEN WORD CLASSIGRASS CLICK FOLK CLIQ-HOP CLOSE HARMONY CLOWNSTEP CLUB CLUB-HOUSE COCKNEY COLDWAVE COLLEGE ROCK COMEDY COMPUTER CONCERTO CONGA CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN CONTRAPUNTAL COOL JAZZ COUNTRY COUNTRY NOIR COUNTRY PUNK COUNTRY ROCK COUNTRY-WESTERN COUPLET COVER COWPUNK CREOLE CROSSOVER CRUNK CRUST CRUST HARDCORE CUBIST FUNK CULT CYBER TRANCE DANCE DANCE HALL DANCE METAL DANCEHALL REGGAE DANGAK DARK AMBIENT DARK METAL DARKCORE DARKSTEP DARKWAVE DEATHCORE DEATH INDUSTRIAL DEATH METAL DEEP HOUSE DELTA BLUES DETROIT BASSDETROIT TECHNO DEUTSCHROCK DEVOTIONAL DHRUPAD DIGITAL DILUTED GABBER DISCO DISCO HOUSE DIXIELAND DODECAPHONIC DOO WOP DOOM DOOM METAL DOOM/DEATH METAL DOO-WOP DOWNBEAT DOWNTEMPO DREAM DREAM TRANCE DRILL AND BASS DRONE DRUM DRUM AND BASS DRUM SOLO DRUMFUNK DUB DUBSTEP DUET EARLY ELECTRONIC EARLY MUSIC EASY LISTENING EDITS ELECTRO ELECTRO INDUSTRIAL ELECTROCLASH ELECTROFUNK ELECTRONIC ELECTRONIC BODY MUSIC ELECTRONIC DANCE MUSIC ELECTROSWING ELEGY ELEKTRO ELEVATOR MUSIC EMO EMOCORE ENKA EPIC METAL EPIC TRANCE ESKI ETHEREAL ETHNIC ETUDE EUROBEAT EURODANCE EURO-HOUSE EUROPOP EURO-TECHNO EURO-TRANCE EXPERIMENTAL EXPERIMENTAL ROCK EXPRESSIONISM FADO FAST-FUSION FAVELA FUNK FIELD RECORDING FILK FILM FILMI SANGEET FLAMENCO FOLK FOLK METAL FOLK PUNK FOLK ROCK FOLKLORE FREE JAZZ FREEFORM HARDCORE FREESTYLE FREETEKNO FUGUE FUNCORE FUNERAL DOOM METAL FUNK FUNKABILLY FUNK CARIOCA FUNKY FUNKY HOUSE FUSION FUTUREPOP FUTUROCK GABBA GABBER GABBER HOUSE GAGAKU GAITA GALANTE GAME GAMECORE GAMELAN GANGSTA RAP GANGSTA-FUNK GARAGE GARAGE-HOUSE GEEK ROCK G-FUNK GHARNATI GHAZAL GHETTO GHETTO HOUSE GHETTO-FUNK GHETTOTECH GLAM METAL GLAM ROCK GLITCH GLITCH-FOLK GLOCK ROCK GLOOMCORE GNAWA GOA GO-GO GORE GRIND GOSPEL GOTHENBURG METAL GOTHIC GOTHIC METAL GOTHIC ROCK GREGORIAN CHANTGRUNGE GRUNGECORE GSTANZL GUIJU GUOYUE GYPSY GYPSY JAZZ GYPSY PUNK HAIR METAL HAIR ROCK HAMBURGER SCHULE HAPPY GABBER HAPPY HARDCORE HARD BOP HARD DANCE HARD HOUSE HARD ROCK HARD TRANCE HARDCORE HARDCORE/SXE HARDCORE EMO HARDCORE TRANCE HARDSTEP HARDSTYLE HARSH NOISE HATECORE HEAVY METAL HELLEKTRO HETEROPHONIC HI NRG HICK ROCK HILLBILLY HINDUSTANI CLASSICAL HIP-HOP HIP-HOPERA HIPHOUSE HIPJAZZ HORROR GLAM PUNK HORROR PUNK HOUSE HUA'ER HUMORCORE HUMOUR HUMPPA HYANGAK HYMN IBIZA GOTH ILLBIENT IMPRESSIONIST IMPROVISATION INDIE INDIE POP INDIE ROCK INDIETRONICA INDUSTRIAL INDUSTRIAL METAL INDUSTRIAL NOISE INSECT ELECTRONICA INSTRUMENTAL INSTRUMENTAL POP INSTRUMENTAL ROCK INSURGENT COUNTRY INTELLIGENT DANCE MUSIC INTELLIGENT DRUM AND BASS INTELLIGENT JUNGLE INTERGALACTIC PUNK ROCK HIP-HOP INTERPRETIVE ITALO ITALO DISCO JAMGRASS JAVANESE JAZZ JAZZ BLUES JAZZ FUSION JAZZ RAP JAZZ ROCK JAZZ VINTAGE JAZZ-FUNK JAZZSTEP JEONGAK JEWISH JIVE J-METAL JOIK J-POP J-RAP J-ROCK J-TRANCE J-URBAN JTEK JUKE HOUSE JUMPSTYLE JUMP-UP JUNGLE JUNKANOO JUOIGGUS KABUKI KANTRUM KARAOKE KARNATAK KHYAL KLEZMER KOMPA KOUTA KOZMIGROOV K-POP K-RAP K-ROCK K-URBAN KRAUTROCK KUAIBAN KUNQU LÄNDLER LATIN LATIN FREESTYLE LATIN JAZZ LATIN POP LIBRARY LIED(ER) LIFT MUSIC LIQUID FUNK LO-FI LO-FI COUNTRY LOUNGE LOUNGECORE LU LUK THUNG M.O.R. MADRIGAL MALHUN MAMBO MARCH MARIARCHI MARTIAL MASHUP MASS MATH METAL MATH ROCK MATHCORE MAZURKA M-BASE MECHANICAL DEATH MEDIAEVAL MEDITATIVE MELE MELODIC BLACK METAL MELODIC DEATH METAL MELODIC ROCK MELODIC TRANCE MENTO MERENGUE METAL METALCORE MEXICAN ROCK MIAMI BASS MICROHOUSE MICROTONAL MIDDLE EASTERN MILITARY MINCECORE MINIMAL TECHNO MINIMALIST MINSOGAK MODAL JAZZ MODERN CLASSICAL MOR LAM MOTET MOTOWN SOUND MPB MURDER METAL MÚSICA POPULAR BRASILEIRA MUSICAL MUSIQUE CONCRÈTE MUZAK N.S.B.M. NASHVILLE SOUND NATIONAL FOLK NATIVE AMERICAN NATIVE AMERICAN METAL NEDERHOP NEGERPUNK NEO PROGRESSIVE NEO SOUL NEOCLASSICAL METAL NEOCLASSICIST NEOFOLK NEOTRADITIONAL NERDCORE HIP-HOP NEUE DEUTSCHE HÄRTE NEUE DEUTSCHE WELLE NEUROFUNK NEW AGE NEW JACK SWING NEW METAL NEW ROMANTIC NEW WAVE NEW WAVE OF BRITISH HEAVY METAL NEW WAVE OF SWEDISH DEATH METAL NEW-SCHOOL METALLIC HARDCORE NEWGRASS NINTENDOCORE NIYABINGHI NO DEPRESSION NO WAVE NOCTURNE NOISE NOISE POP NOISE ROCK NOISECORE NORTEÑO NORTHERN SOUL NOVELTY NU FUNK NU GABBER NU ITALO NU JAZZ NU PUNK NU SOUL NU TANGO NU-METAL OCTET OI OLD SCHOOL HIP HOP OLD SCHOOL PROGRESSIVE ELECTRONIC OLDIES OLDSKOOL OLD-TIME OPERA OPERETTA ORATORIO ORCHESTRAL ORIENTAL METAL PAGAN PAGAN METAL PINGJU PIPE & DRUM PIRATE METAL PIRATE ROCK PLENG PHUA CHEEWIT PLUTONIUM ROCK POLITICAL POLKA POLSK PUNK POP POP PUNK POP/FUNK POP-FOLK PORN GROOVE PORNGRIND PORNO GORE POST-BLACK METAL POST-EMO INDIE ROCK POST-EMO STYLE ROCK POST-GRUNGE POST-HARDCORE POST-INDUSTRIAL SEMI-PUNK NEKRONOISE AMBIENT HAPPY HARDCORE TRIPHOP SHOEGAZE POST-PUNK POST-ROCK POSTROMANTIC POST-THRASH METAL POWER BALLAD POWER ELECTRONICS POWER METAL POWER NOISE POWER POP POWERGRIND PRANKS PRELUDE PRIMUS PROGRESSIVE PROGRESSIVE COUNTRY PROGRESSIVE DEATH METAL PROGRESSIVE FOLK PROGRESSIVE HOUSE PROGRESSIVE METAL PROGRESSIVE ROCK PROGRESSIVE SLUDGE PROGRESSIVE TRANCE PSYBIENT PSYCHEDELIC PSYCHEDELIC NOISE PSYCHEDELIC ROCK PSYCHOBILLY PSYTEKK PSY-TRANCE PUBROCK PUNK PUNK CABARET PUNK COUNTRY PUNK HARDCORE PUNK OI PUNK POP PUNK ROCK PUNKGRASS PYJAMA FUNK QAWWALI QUARTET QUEERCORE QUICKSTEP QUINTET R.A.C. RAGGA RAGGAJUNGLE RAGTIME RA� RANCHERA RAP RAP OPERA RAVE RECITATIVE RED DIRT REGGAE REGGAETON REGRESSIVE COUNTRY RELIGIOUS REMBETIKO RENAISSANCE GRIME GRINDCORE GRINDWHORE GROOVE METALRETRO REVIVAL RHAPSODY RHYTHM RHYTHM AND BASS RHYTHM AND BLUES RHYTHMIC NOISE RHYTHMIC SOUL RIOT GRRRL ROBOT HIP HOP ROCK ROCK AND ROLL ROCK IN OPPOSITION ROCKABILLY ROCKSTEADY ROCOCO ROMANTIC ROMANTIC DOOM METAL ROOTS COUNTRY ROOTS ROCK RURAL CONTEMPORARY SACRED STEEL SADCORE SALSA SAMBA SATIRE SCAT SCHLAGER SCHRAMMELMUSIK SCHRANZ SCREAMO SEASONAL SERIAL SERIALISM SEXTET SCENECORE SHIBUYA-KEI SHOEGAZE SHOMYO SHONA SHOWTUNES SICHUAN SKA SKA NOISE SKA PUNK SKACORE SKIFFLE SLACK-KEY SLAMGRASS SLAMMING GORE GROOVE SLOW JAM SLOW ROCK SLOWCORE SLUDGE METAL SMOOTH JAZZ SOCA SOGAK SON SONATA SOUL SOUL JAZZ SOUND CLIP SOUNDTRACK SOUTHERN GOSPEL SOUTHERN ROCK SOUTHERN SOUL SPACE SPACE ROCK SPEECH SPEED GARAGE SPEED METAL SPEEDBASS SPEEDCORE SPEEDWOOD SPIRITUAL SQUARE DANCE STADIUM ROCK STONER DOOM STONER METAL STONER ROCK STRAIGHT EDGE STREET PUNK STRING POP SUBINDIE SUBLOW SUICIDE METAL SUICIDE ROCK SURF ROCK SWAMP ROCK SWING SYMPHONIC SYMPHONIC BLACK METAL SYMPHONIC POEM SYMPHONIC ROCK SYMPHONY SYNTHPOP SYNTHTRON TANGO TARTAN TECHNO TECH TECH HARDCORE TECH-HOUSE TECHMOSPHERIC TECHNICAL DEATH TECHNO TECHNO ROCK TECHNO-INDUSTRIAL TECHSTEP TEJANO TERROR TERROR EBM TERRORCORE TEX-MEX THEATRICAL THEME THEME AND VARIATIONS THIRD STREAM THRANG THRASH METAL THRENODY THROAT SINGING TOCCATA TONE POEM TRADITIONAL TRADITIONAL CHINESE TRAILER TRANCE TRANCECORE TRANCESTEP TRASHCAN AMERICANA TRIBAL TRIO TRIP-HOP TROLL METAL TROPICÁLIA TROPICALISMO TRUE SCOTTISH PIRATE METAL TURBO-FOLK TURNTABLISM TUVAN TWANG CORE TWEE TWEE POP TWELVE-TONE TWO STEP UK GARAGE UNBLACK METAL UPLIFTING TRANCE UPTEMPO URBAN VALLENATO VEDIC METAL VICTORIANDUSTRIAL VIKING METAL VISUAL KEI VOCAL VOCAL HOUSE VOCAL-TRANCE VOMITCORE WALTZ WEDDING WEIRDO WEST COAST WESTERN WESTERN SWING WHITE METAL WIZARD ROCK WOBBLE WONG SHADOW WORLD FUSION WORLD MUSIC WORLDBEAT WROCK WYRD FOLK Y'ALLTERNATIVE YANG YAYUE YODEL YOIK ZEUHL ZYDECO
    • Types of Music
  • 3. MELODY: A LINEAR SUCCESSION OF MUSICAL TONES WHICH IS PERCEIVED AS A SINGLE ENTITY. RHYTHM: REGULAR RECURRENCE OR PATTERN IN TIME. TONE: THE INTONATION, PITCH, AND MODULATION OF A COMPOSITION EXPRESSING THE MEANING, FEELING, OR ATTITUDE OF THE MUSIC.
    • Vocabulary Review
  • 4. 13 September 1874 – 13 July 1951 Arnold Schoenberg
  • 5. Quotes! “ Great art presupposes the alert mind of the educated listener.” “ You cannot expect the form before the idea, for they will come into being together.”
  • 6. Quotes
    • “ I never was capable of expressing my feelings or emotions in words. I don’t know whether this is the cause why I did It in music and also why I did it in painting, or vice versa: That I had this way as an outlet, I could renounce expressing something in words.”
  • 7. Background
    • Born September 13 th 1814. Died July 13 th 1951.
    • Born in Austria. Later became an American Composer.
    • Belonged to the expressionist movement in Germany.
    • Leader of the 2 nd Viennese School.
    • Important music theorist & influential teacher of compositions.
  • 8. Music Style #1 - Romantic
    • German Romantic.
    • Pieces: Verklärtenacht (1899)
    • Du lehnest wider eine Silverwide.
    • Das Buch der Hängenden Gärten, op 15.
    • String Quartet No. 2
  • 9. German Romantic Details…
    • Verklärtenacht - most popular pieces. YouTube - Schoenberg - Verklärte Nacht, op.4-1
    • Du lehnest wider wine Silberweide. – composed when his wife left him.
    • Das Buch der Hängenden Gärten, op 15. – 13 th song in the cycle.
    • YouTube - Niël: 9 Motto's over een gegeven van A. Schönberg
  • 10. Music Style #2- Pantonal
    • Compositional method of manipulating an ordered series of all 12 notes in chromatic scales.
    • Pieces: Pierrot Lunaire op 21 (1912)
    • Sprechstimme. (now commonly referred to as the pierrot ensemble.)
    • .
  • 11. Pantonal Details...
    • Pierrot Lunaire Op 21- Novel cycle of expressionist songs.
    • YouTube - Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire, w/ score - 1ste Teil
    • Consists of flutes, clarinets, piccolo, bass clarinet, violin, viola, and piano along with a female singer.
  • 12. Music Style #3 - dodecaphonic
    • “ Twelve- toned”
    • French and English gave it the name of Serialism.
    • This was taken up by his students, later naming themselves “Second Viennese School”
  • 13. Dodecaphonic continued …
    • Wrote a book during this time called Harmonielehre. (Theory of Harmony.) (1922)
    • This was one of the most influential music theory books and is still published today.
  • 14. Dodecaphonic Details..
    • A Survivor from Warsaw. Op 46 (1947) – Memorial for Holocaust victims.
    • YouTube - Arnold Schönberg - A Survivor from Warsaw Op. 46
    • Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte op 41 (1942)
    • YouTube - Schönberg: Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte, Op.41 (1/2)
  • 15. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGLTeRQ-Nf0&feature=related
  • 16. Igor Stravinsky (June 17 th 1882- April 6 th , 1971)
  • 17.  
  • 18. QUOTES
    • “ I haven't understood a bar of music in my life, but I have felt it.”
    • “ Conductors' careers are made for the most part with 'Romantic' music. 'Classic' music eliminates the conductor; we do not remember him in it.”
    • “ Music is given to us with the sole purpose of establishing an order in things, including, and particularly, the coordination between man and time.”
  • 19. Background -Born in Lomonosov, Russia -Troubled Child -Father was a Bass singer -Took Piano lessons young -Parents expected him to become a lawyer
  • 20. Music Style #1: Modern-Classical (Russian Period) Diaghilev 3 Ballets: Fireworks, Petruska, The Rite of Spring -Large Orchestra -Russian folk themes -Imaginative Scoring and instrumentation -Stylistic Diversity -Pushed boundaries of musical design
  • 21. Let’s jump into some details & listen to Stravinsky’s music! Fireworks (1910) –Unusual Introduction Petroushka (1911) - Folk Mythology The Rite of Spring (1913) - Roughly drawn, stinging motifs Other pieces from this period: * Renard (1916) * A Soldiers Tale (1918) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIUGwx2NvwM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LRoIAS_RKM&feature=fvst
  • 22. Music Style #2: Neo-classical Abandoned large orchestra’s and ballets Focused on: -Wind Instruments -Piano -Choral and Chamber Works
  • 23. Details & Music Clips The Rake’s Progress (1951) -Opera -Known to encapsulate everything that Stravinsky had perfected in the previous 20 years of his neo-classic period. ================== Other pieces: * Pulcinella (1920) *Octet (1923) **Both strictly known for use of wind instruments http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xo2LtFXlgA8
  • 24. Music Style #3: Surrealist +Influenced by Schoenberg *12 Tone System +Friend, Robert Craft helped aide Stravinsky into understanding the twelve tone system +Spent the next 15 years writing this style +Made it “his own”
  • 25. Details & Music Clips Cantata (1952) *Began to work with the twelve tone system *A smaller, vocal piece *Later on, expanded his technique in works based off biblical texts.* [Such as: A Sermon, A Narrative, and A Prayer (1961) ] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8KR8aDbVoU
  • 26. October 3, 1936- Present Steve Reich “ I discovered that the most interesting music of all was made by simply lining the loops in unison, and letting them slowly shift out of phase with other.”
  • 27.  
  • 28. Basic’s: Steve’s Early Life
    • Born on October 3 rd , 1936 in New York City
    • Mother was a Broadway lyricist
    • Started studying music at age 14
    • Studied drums with Roland Kohloff, in order to play Jazz
    • Attended Cornell University, graduated with a B.A. in Philosophy
  • 29. Musical Style: Minimalistic 1960’s: + Twelve Tone Composition +Connected with rhythm more than melody +Started composing film soundtracks +Influenced by fellow minimalist Terry Riley +combines simple musical patterns, +offset in time, to create a slowly shifting, cohesive whole. + Phasing Music +Created Clapping Music +Four Organs (1970), deals specifically with augmentation. (the temporal lengthening of phrases and melodic fragments)
  • 30. 1970’s & 1980’s Studied music in Ghana *Gideon Alorwoyie *African Experience inspired: *90-minute piece Drumming http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fm3DdSejYE 1988 piece Different Trains. Compares his “train journeys” in 1939-1941 to the transportation of European children to the Nazi concentration camps.
  • 31. 1990s to Present
    • His works mainly related to his personal self or historical themes.
    • Three Tales and City Life talked described the Hindenburg disaster, Nuke testing in Bikini Atoll, and other modern events like cloning, new tech, etc.
    • Made an Opera called The Cave which explored the roots of several religions such as Judaism, Christianity, etc.
    • Won the 2009 Pulitzer prize for Music on April 20, 2009 for his 2007 piece Double Sextet .
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugtUdXt7Ww8
  • 32. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xU23LqQ6LY4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xU23LqQ6LY4
  • 33. Review MAIN FOCUS : Schoenberg- developed dodecaphonic, very influential; books and music still used today. Stravinsky- Offbeat Rhythm, Extreme Range of Instruments Reich- Twelve Note Composition, repetitive figures, harmonic rhythm.