Elements of Music Welcome to your Elements of Music Full Name Period Your Email What's the composer's name? Name the country were the composer was born. What's the name of the piece of music that you just heard? What period is the style/period of music?Deselect AnswerMedieval (500-1450 AD)Renaissance ((1450-1600 AD)Baroque (1600-1750)Classic (1750-1820)Romantic (1820-1900)Modern (1900-present)Not obvious 1 out of 8 BeatDeselect AnswerRegular BeatIrregular Beat Tempo (Speed of Music)Deselect AnswerLargo (very slow)AdagioAndante (walking pace)ModeratoAllegroPresto (very fast) Did you hear any accelerando or ritardando?Deselect AnswerAccelerando (speeding up)Ritardando (slowing down)Both accelerando and ritardandoNone Time Signature/Meter (The grouping of the beats)Deselect AnswerGroups of 4 (4/4) (Common Time)Groups of 3Groups of 2MixedNot clear Do you hear syncopation in the music?Syncopation is when accented notes fall on weak beats.Deselect AnswerNoneA littleA lot 2 out of 8 Dynamics: What's the volume of music?Deselect AnswerPianissimo (PP) - Very softPiano (P) - SoftMezzo-Piano (MP) - Medium SoftMezzo-Forte (MF) - Medium LoudForte (F) - LoudFortissimo (FF) - Very LoudMixed...Explain below (e.g. started soft and then became loud) Did you hear any gradual increase or decrease in music?Deselect AnswerCrescendoDiminuendoBoth Crescendo and DiminuendoNo Change 3 out of 8 Assuming the the notes of the music composition you heard played on the piano, choose below where would you find the notes? Choose all that applies. middle range high range very high range low range very low range Melodic MotionDeselect AnswerMostly Conjunct (notes move by steps)Mostly Disjunct (notes move by leaps)Mixed...Explain below Motif: A short musical idea. it consists of a few notes.Phrase: Like a sentence, has a beginning and an end, and sung in one breath.Theme: Like a paragraph; a complete musical idea that consists of one or more phrases. Motif (short idea) Phrase (a sentence) Theme (a paragraph) 4 out of 8 Harmony: The way chords are constructed and how they follow one another.Deselect AnswerConsonant (very pleasant)Mostly Consonant (mostly pleasant)Dissonant (clashing, harsh)Mostly Dissonant (mostly harsh)Monophonic - No Harmony 5 out of 8 Texture:Deselect AnswerMonophonic (One melody played by one instrument or a group of instruments)Homophonic (One main melody with chordal accompaniment)Polyphonic (Two or more melodies sounding simultaneously, sometimes with accompaniment)Mixture of Homophonic and Polyphonic 6 out of 8 Performing groupDeselect AnswerLarge OrchestraBandChorusChamber Group (a few musicians)Solo Instrument What instruments can you identify? Flute Oboe Clarinet Bassoon Trumpet Trombone Violin Cello Double Bass Drums Piano Guitar Harp Saxophone Viola Percussion Timpani 7 out of 8 Write an email to a friend describing this piece. What would you tell your friend about it? Include as much details as you can. Search for a picture of the composer, save to your device, and upload below! On a piece of paper, draw a picture of the composer and upload below (extra-credit) 8 out of 8 Please fill in the comment box below. Time is Up!