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ad libitum (Ad lib)
freedom to alter rythm, tempo
au Talon
bow at the frog
Baroque Period
c. 1600-1750; much ornamentation, major/minor tonalities developed, several melodic lines at once
Classical Period
c. 1750-1830s; objective, emotional restraint, more defined musical forms, one melodic line, sonato form
con legno
use wood of the bow, strike the string
con fuoco
with fire, force
furioso
furious
parallel Major and minor keys
keys with the same tonic not (C Major, C minor)
perdendosi
dying away
seque
follow without pause
Sonata-Allegro form
exposition (themes), development (elaboration of themes) and recapitulation (return of main themes, key)
transposition
shifting music form the written key to another key
tremolo
rapid repitition of a note iwht a quick, unmeasured bow stroke
a tempo
return to regular speed
crescendo (cresc.)
gradually louder and louder
ad libitum (Ad lib)
freedom to alter rythm, tempo
au Talon
bow at the frog
Baroque Period
c. 1600-1750; much ornamentation, major/minor tonalities developed, several melodic lines at once
Classical Period
c. 1750-1830s; objective, emotional restraint, more defined musical forms, one melodic line, sonato form
con legno
use wood of the bow, strike the string
con fuoco
with fire, force
furioso
furious
parallel Major and minor keys
keys with the same tonic not (C Major, C minor)
perdendosi
dying away
seque
follow without pause
Sonata-Allegro form
exposition (themes), development (elaboration of themes) and recapitulation (return of main themes, key)
transposition
shifting music form the written key to another key
tremolo
rapid repitition of a note iwht a quick, unmeasured bow stroke
a tempo
return to regular speed
crescendo (cresc.)
gradually louder and louder