Musical Form: Song, Binary Form, Ternary Form, Leitmotif, Meter, Antiphon, Program Music, List of Musical Medleys, Moment Form, Suit Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781157410355

Published: August 15th 2011

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Musical Form: Song, Binary Form, Ternary Form, Leitmotif, Meter, Antiphon, Program Music, List of Musical Medleys, Moment Form, Suit  by  Source Wikipedia

Musical Form: Song, Binary Form, Ternary Form, Leitmotif, Meter, Antiphon, Program Music, List of Musical Medleys, Moment Form, Suit by Source Wikipedia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Song, Binary form, Ternary form, Leitmotif, Meter, Antiphon, Program music, List of musical medleys,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: 29. Chapters: Song, Binary form, Ternary form, Leitmotif, Meter, Antiphon, Program music, List of musical medleys, Moment form, Suite, Thematic transformation, Sequence, Rondo, Gatra, Potpourri, French overture, Level, Cyclic form, Through-composed, Double-Function Form, Ritornello, Bandish, Cassation, Partita, Strophic form, Transition, Arch form, Italian overture, Triumphal March, Cibell, Chorale partita, Incomplete repetition, Contrast, Sthayi.

Excerpt: Meter or metre is a term that music has inherited from the rhythmic element of poetry (Scholes 1977- Latham 2002) where it means the number of lines in a verse, the number of syllables in each line and the arrangement of those syllables as long or short, accented or unaccented (Scholes 1977- Latham 2002). Hence it may also refer to the pattern of lines and accents in the verse of a hymn or ballad, for example, and so to the organization of music into regularly recurring measures or bars of stressed and unstressed beats, indicated in Western music notation by a time signature and bar-lines.

The terminology of western music is notoriously imprecise in this area (Scholes 1977). MacPherson (1930, 3) preferred to speak of time and rhythmic shape, Imogen Holst (1963, 17) of measured rhythm. However, London has written a book about musical metre, which involves our initial perception as well as subsequent anticipation of a series of beats that we abstract from the rhythm surface of the music as it unfolds in time (London 2004, 4). This perception and abstraction of rhythmic measure is the foundation of human instinctive musical participation, as when we divide a series of identical clock-ticks into tick-tock-tick-tock (Scholes 1977).

Rhythms of recurrence arise from the interaction of two levels of motion, the faster providing the pulse and the slower organizing the ...



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