Elements of Music I
Elements of Music II
Pre-Rock
Blues
Music Misc.
100

_______ listening is when you listen with intent.

Active

100

Music broken up into smaller parts to help the listener keep track of the of the different parts of music. 

Form

100

Music developed from the influences of jazz, broadway, country/western, cajun folk music, tin pan alley, and the blues.

Rock Music

100

_______ ________ _______ was a Dallas street musician in the 1920's and was known as the front runner in this type of Texas Rural Blues.

Blind Lemon Jefferson

100

There are #_____ pitches, or notes, in a major scale. 

8

200

The source from which sound is made _______

Instrumentation

200

Form that is made up of a series of verses in which the melody is repeated (main idea) with new words but same harmony and melodic idea. A hymn is a great example of this type of form. 

Strophic Form

200

Also known as antiphonal singing; passed down from field hollers/slaves during pre-civil war times.

Call and Response

200

____________ is the instrumental response to a sung call.

Fill

200
A ______ is when you play 3 or more notes at the same time, creating harmony. 

Chord

300

________ Describes the Tone color of music

Timbre

300

The _________  found in the text or lyrics of a song refers to the emotions or feelings of music.

Sentiment

300

Blues melodies are made up of ______ _______, a group of altered pitches; usually the 3rd or 7th being altered

Blues Notes

300

The two main types of blues are ________and _______

Rural and Urban

300

What are the 6 categories of (rock)music:

Melody, sound, harmony, rhythm, form, and text

400

____________ To gradually increase the volume of music

Crescendo

400

The relationship between music and time.

Rhythm

400

The blues uses this style of text in the lyrics to tell a story usually a sad story. 

Narrative

400

The southwest, the southeast, and the Mississippi Delta all make up the region where the ______ blues originated.

Rural (country)

400

This type of music texture in which there is a principal melodic line, usually sung by voice, with an instrument(s) playing a supportive, background role; multiple voices making sound at the same time

Homophonic

500

_________, or the one chord, is often referred to as the home key.

Tonic

500

Range, motion, and shape, are all used to describe the ___________, or the main theme, in music.

Melody

500

A 12 bars blues progression, made up of 12 bars, is grouped into # ___groups of #_____.

3 groups of 4

500

__________ _______ ________ is considered by most rock historians to have had the strongest influence on the development of rock. 

Mississippi Delta Blues

500

The fancy word for volume in music.

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