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MUS 111 Foundations in Music
Reading & Listening: Prelude and Chapters 3 & 4.
Chapter 3: Repetition
On this chapter the author explain about all different kinds of Repetition that the composers can use on the Music. The author gave an example how composers construct musical phrases. But this also can be problematic. And they have also a three fundamental units of musical speech: Motive (shortest division of theme or phrase), Phrase (three fundamental units of musical speech) and Period (can be short or long until the harmonic come to a close. Exact repeats depends what the composer wants on the music or they can variate the kinds of repetitions. The transposed repeats are made up of exact repeats of a motive, like in the example on the chapter 1 (Haydn). Also, the author compared an example to see about function of repetitions on Haydn’s. Haydn after 2 beats of silence, the gesture repeats the same. The notes are completely the same, but the meaning now it’s completely different. On music repeat a lot times means what it matters.

Repeat: To say again.
Startles: To cause to make a quick involuntary movement or start.
Grunt: To utter a deep guttural sound
Sublime music: Inspiring awe; impressive.
Compositional: The combining of distinct parts or elements to form a whole.

Chapter 4: “Comma, Semicolon, Period.”
On this chapter 4, the author compared music as the way we speak. When we write a speech or a poem we need to write with pauses and period to finish a sentence. On music it’s kind the same way. We need to have pauses and repeat sometimes. On the example of a dictionary of Music the word cadence defines the purely musical meaning of cadence as "A melodic or harmonic formula that occurs at the end of a section or a phrase conveying the impression of a momentary or permanent conclusion. Cadences are really important to…...

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