Chapter 5 Music Appreciation
Composer who damaged his hands
was a close friend of Clara and Robert Schumann
Composer who wrote an opera that included a love triangle and being sealed in a tomb while still alive
Western World’s musical capital
Practice that evolved throughout the late Romantic Period was an attempt to add realism and somehow make operatic presentation true to life, is called
Composer who helped revive performance of the music of Bach?
The piano’s relentless rhythm in The Erlking unifies the episodes of the song and suggests
a galloping horse
The practice of composers providing written notes for their audiences to enhance understand of instrumental music is called _______.
A Romantic period composer of German decent wrote large, lived large, and was constantly in debt.
Had a short life but composed over 600 songs.
Trepak, Russian Dance, is an example of
Created in the Romantic Period
Frederic Chopin was
shy and reserved
Romantic composer who earned his living as a touring piano performing virtuoso was
Romantic Period composer and performer who was considered a pop star at his prime.
Perhaps the most well-known and widely published composer in America during the 1800s was
A significant musical event in America during the Romantic period, was development and preservation of the
Best known wind instrument maker of the Romantic period
A Romantic period art song is a musical composition for
solo voice and piano
Composer that was the son of a medical doctor
When a composer writes new music for each stanza in a poem, the form is called
Erlking’s four main characters: the narrator, father, Erlking and
Form uses the same music under words that change for each verse
Robert Schumann died
in an asylum
Berlioz’s Fantastic Symphony is unified by the recurrence of a theme known as the
Felix Mendolsshon was a child prodigy much like
Resulted in factories and jobs during the Romantic Period
Drawing creative inspiration from cultures of lands foreign to the composer
Wrote a handbook on orchestration that became the guidebook for composers for almost a century.
“Music that most people pay to hear.”
all of the above
Nationalism in the arts
is the tendency of composers to insert fold music, folk-lore, historical events, or descriptions of their country into their works.
Three of the most important opera composers of the Romantic period were Richard Wagner, Giacomo Puccini and _____.
One significant American musical events was the development and preservation of the _____.
A musical device that assigns melodies to specific characters and events.
Main music center was located in
Which word translates as “real?”
What was the first machine capable recording and playing back sound?
Mendelssohn wrote a concerto especially for a friend featuring the
A group of art songs organized around a single topic
Erlking by Franz Schubert is an example of an
Trumpets could play melodies that were previously impossible to play because of ______
New genre of literature came into being during the Romantic period
Instrument that was never truly accepted as an orchestral instrument
Wrote a symphony about a person while under the influence of opium
During the Romantic period, musical instruments began to be _______.
Manufactured in factories
Wagner used leitmotifs. They were
signature melodies that represent characters, places, and things in the opera.
During the Romantic period, the concept of the ____ arose.
Most famous early pioneer in the field of psychotherapy
Clara Wieck Schumann was
a virtuoso pianist
The number of significant composers in the Romantic period
was much larger than in any previous period
Dynamic indications in the Romantic period expanded to include
pppp and ffff
Symphony From the New World is an example of ______.
New group in society was formed during the Romantic period
Working middle class
Another name for Spirtuals
A study piece, designed to help a performer master specific technical difficulties.
Frederic Chopin had a long love affair with the author _____.
The Romantic period lasted from
Two groups of people suffered during the Romantic Period
American Indians and slaves
The Erlking character represents ____.
As one of the first great _______, Berlioz influenced a whole generation of musicians.