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Forms of Music; pp. 36-40

Period of musical style from 1800-1900
Composition in strict imitation; a second line of melody exactly imitates the original melody, beginning a certain number of beats later (like a round)
Concluding section in a composition; means "tail" in Italian
A passage of music that introduces a composition
Music performed between two entities, such as two acts of a play or opera, or two compositions, or two sections of the same composition
Era of music history (1600-1750) in which most short instrumental pieces are binary.
Five tone scale that is comprised of do, re, mi, so, and la; can be formed by the black keys on a keyboard instrument
Musical piece with two sections that are similar, A and B
A part of a composition, often labeled with an uppercase letter
A melody upon which a piece of music is based
How musical lines are woven together to create a "fabric"
Period of musical style from 1400-1600
The a theme is usually a simple, catchy tune that alternates with contrasting sections; at least 5 sections are present; ABACA form; late 1700s development
The way music is organized
Adaptation of a composition for different instruments than the composer originally intended
Musical piece in ternary form; originated as a French country folk dance.
Complete musical thoughts; combined motives
Musical piece with three sections, A-B-A
Period of musical style from 1750-1800
A short, recurring idea that is either rhythmic of melodic, and provides unity in a composition
A French piece of music with peasant origin; 4/4 meter and beginning and ending each phrase in the middle of a measure
A set of contrasting musical pieces