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1010 f11 10-17

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1010 f11 10-17

  1. 1. WCT DanceMedieval, Renaissance, Baroque
  2. 2. Music for Dancing
  3. 3. Which is probably not a characteristic of dance music?• 1) complex melodies• 2) clear, steady beat• 3) lots of repetition
  4. 4. Medieval dance music• Carole-- “Circle Dance”• Estampie • several repeated sections • clear meter • very steady beat
  5. 5. Medieval dance music• Carole-- “Circle Dance”• Estampie • several repeated sections • clear meter • very steady beat
  6. 6. Medieval dance music• Carole-- “Circle Dance”• Estampie • several repeated sections • clear meter • very steady beat
  7. 7. Medieval dance music• Carole-- “Circle Dance”• Estampie • several repeated sections • clear meter • very steady beat
  8. 8. Medieval dance music• Carole-- “Circle Dance”• Estampie • several repeated sections • clear meter • very steady beat
  9. 9. Cantigas de Santa Maria
  10. 10. Cantigas de Santa Maria
  11. 11. Cantigas de Santa Maria
  12. 12. Alfonso el Sabio, “He Who Gladly Serves”• Cantigas• Repetition and Contrast• Three textures
  13. 13. Introduction drumsSection A monophony Shawms 1 & 2 unisonSection B monophonySection A monophonySection A homophony Shawm 1: melody, Shawm 2: droneSection B heterophony Shawm 1: melody, Shawm 2:Section A heterophony embellished melodySection A homphony Shawm 1: melody, Shawm 2: droneSection A mono/hetero various
  14. 14. Introduction drumsSection A monophony Shawms 1 & 2 unisonSection B monophonySection A monophonySection A homophony Shawm 1: melody, Shawm 2: droneSection B heterophony Shawm 1: melody, Shawm 2:Section A heterophony embellished melodySection A homphony Shawm 1: melody, Shawm 2: droneSection A mono/hetero various
  15. 15. Introduction drumsSection A monophony Shawms 1 & 2 unisonSection B monophonySection A monophonySection A homophony Shawm 1: melody, Shawm 2: droneSection B heterophony Shawm 1: melody, Shawm 2:Section A heterophony embellished melodySection A homphony Shawm 1: melody, Shawm 2: droneSection A mono/hetero various
  16. 16. In “He Who GladlyServes,” we hear _____.• 1) percussion instruments• 2) string instruments• 3) wind instruments• 4) wind and Percussion Instruments
  17. 17. Renaissance Dance Music
  18. 18. In the 1500s: • many new instruments developed or perfected • dance music more and more popular • social status
  19. 19. Popular Renaissance Dances
  20. 20. Popular Renaissance Dances• pavan • solemn dance, slow duple meter, formal stepping and stopping
  21. 21. Popular Renaissance Dances• pavan • solemn dance, slow duple meter, formal stepping and stopping• galliard • lively dance, fast triple meter, kicking and leaping steps
  22. 22. Popular Renaissance Dances• pavan • solemn dance, slow duple meter, formal stepping and stopping• galliard • lively dance, fast triple meter, kicking and leaping steps• jig • very fast dance in compound meter
  23. 23. • characteristic rhythm to support steps• simple textures & tunes• frequent repetition
  24. 24. Galliard, “Daphne”• clear beat, triple meter feel• simple homophonic texture• aabbcc
  25. 25. Galliard, “Daphne”• clear beat, triple meter feel• simple homophonic texture• aabbcc
  26. 26. Galliard, “Daphne”• clear beat, triple meter feel• simple homophonic texture• aabbcc
  27. 27. “Kemp’s Jig”• fast duple meter• aab• increasing ornamentation
  28. 28. “Kemp’s Jig”• fast duple meter• aab• increasing ornamentation
  29. 29. “Kemp’s Jig”• fast duple meter• aab• increasing ornamentation
  30. 30. Which of these two dances is faster?• 1) Galliard• 2) Jig
  31. 31. Susato, “Moorish Dance”• entertainment for large gatherings• large ensemble•a a b b
  32. 32. Susato, “Moorish Dance”• entertainment for large gatherings• large ensemble•a a b b
  33. 33. Susato, “Moorish Dance”• entertainment for large gatherings• large ensemble•a a b b
  34. 34. Baroque Dance Suites
  35. 35. A “suite” is• a collection of short dances• dances contrast with one another• solo instrument or ensemble
  36. 36. Some examples (don’t write all of this down)Allemande 4/4 Moderate Upbeat 16th note, flowingCourante 3/2 Moderate sometimes 6/4 measuresSarabande 3/4 Slow no upbeat, accent on beat 2Minuet 3/4 Moderate plainGavotte 4/4 Moderate upbeat 2 quarter notesBourée 2/2 Fast Short upbeatSiciliana 12/8 Moderate uneven rhythms, gently movingGigue 6/8 Fast Short Upbeat, uneven rhythms, lively
  37. 37. • most are binary (a a b b)
  38. 38. • most are binary (a a b b)• Minuet & Trio / Gavotte & Trio
  39. 39. • most are binary (a a b b)• Minuet & Trio / Gavotte & Trio • a a b b c c d d ab
  40. 40. • most are binary (a a b b)• Minuet & Trio / Gavotte & Trio • a a b b c c d d ab
  41. 41. • most are binary (a a b b)• Minuet & Trio / Gavotte & Trio • a a b b c c d d ab
  42. 42. Bach’s Fifth French Suite• Allemande• Courante• Sarabande• Gavotte• Bourée• Loure• Gigue
  43. 43. Are Baroque suites solo or ensemble music?• 1) Solo• 2) Ensemble• 3) Both/either• 4) Neither
  44. 44. Handel, Water Music (1717)• King George I river party• stylized dance music• suite
  45. 45. Rigaudon
  46. 46. RigaudonA A B B
  47. 47. RigaudonA A B B
  48. 48. RigaudonA A B B
  49. 49. Hornpipe
  50. 50. HornpipeA A B B
  51. 51. HornpipeA A B B (Strings)A A B B (Winds) (StringsA A B B & Winds)
  52. 52. HornpipeA A B B (Strings)A A B B (Winds) (StringsA A B B & Winds)
  53. 53. HornpipeA A B B (Strings)A A B B (Winds) (StringsA A B B & Winds)

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