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program music

  1. 1. MAPEH III & IV S.Y. 2013 – 2014
  2. 2. Unit II Lesson 6 Program music and Composers
  3. 3. Is a type of instrumental music designed to depict an emotion, mood, scen e, story or event. Narrative or descriptive kind of instrumental music linked to a scene, idea, poem or story. Program music
  4. 4. As a program preface added to an idea of instrumental music to direct listener’s attention to the poetical idea Franz Liszt
  5. 5. Program symphony Concert overture Symphonic poem or Tone poem Incidental music 4 main forms of orchestral program music
  6. 6. Is a composition for the orchestra that narrates a story. It mainly focuses on elements of nature and sceneries in the field. The story narrated is about mystery, witchcraft, death, and emotions. *Program symphony
  7. 7. Is a french composer He learned to play the flute and guitar as a boy. First compositions were romances Studied medicine Symphonie fantastique – written during the time when he was madly in love. Hector Berlioz (1803 – 1869)
  8. 8. Is a sonata form with one movement that is patterned from the opera overture which also has one movement that develops in opera mood. Not for stage presentation Intended as an individual concert musical piece. The most known concert overtures are festival and simple pleasure *Concert overture
  9. 9. Generates poetic ideas, creates a mood and develops a scene The form is flexible symphonic poem Examples : “Don Juan” and “Don Quixote”, Franz Liszt “Hungarian Rhapsodies Nos. 1 - 12 *Symphonic poem
  10. 10. Born in Munich, Germany He received thorough a conservative musical trainings from his father during his youth and began to compose at an early age. He died on September 8, 1949 Richard Strauss (1864 – 1949)
  11. 11. Is a composition that sets the mood for a specific scene. It is heard before and during a performance or play of a staged drama. Includes the famous “Wedding March” by Mendelssohn *incidental music
  12. 12. Born in Germany. He came from distinguished intellectual and artistic family. He grew up in a privileged environment. Great conductor and composer. Felix Mendelssohn (1809 – 1847)
  13. 13. END! Acknowledgment Ma’am KRISSA & T. LANIE Thank you

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