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Sec 2 Sem 1 Wk 4 Cover Compre Verbs

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Classical music as "music of the classical era" In music history, a different meaning of the term classical music is occasionally

used: it designates music from a period in musical history covering approximately Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach to Beethoven -roughly, 1730-1820. When used in this sense, the initial C of Classical music is sometimes capitalized to avoid confusion. Classical music and popular music The relationship (particularly, the relative value) of classical music and popular music is a controversial question. Some partisans of classical music may claim that classical music constitutes art and popular music only light entertainment. However, many popular works show a high level of artistry and musical innovation and many classical works are unabashedly crowd-pleasing. Thus there is the category of serious music, excluding those crowd pleasers, only including real monumental and creative works of art that contribute to humanity, very much like literature. It might be argued that, at least on the average, classical works have greater musical complexity. In particular, classical music usually

less outright repetition. and only appears occasionally in the classical music of the 20th and 21st centuries. and instruments from other cultures (such as the gamelan). since popular works are generally identified with the performance of the artist who created them. but naturally plays no role in classical music. it is normally only in classical music that long works (30 minutes to three hours) are built up hierarchically from smaller units (usually called movements). this was not a possibility. However. and popular music sometimes uses certain complex chords that would be quite unusual in a common practice period classical work. The electric guitar plays an extremely prominent role in popular music. and a wider use of musical phrases that are not default length--that is. much minimalist music goes against these tendencies). Classical and popular music are distinguished to some extent by their choice of instruments. Prior to the advent of audio recordings. Also. An interesting speculation is whether works of popular music are likely to achieve the kind of permanence that works of classical music have achieved. Both classical and popular musicians have experimented for the last several decades with electrical or electronic instruments (for instance. since highquality audio recordings have now existed for over fifty years. and codified in the 1700 and 1800's. not analyzable by traditional methods. harpsichord. They consist of the instruments found in an orchestra. popular music uses many "associational" or "intensional" features. Both jazz and rap make use of rhythms more complex than would appear in the average classical work created after the Renaissance and before the twentieth century. the synthesizer or electronic tape). four or eight bars long (however. This not to say that popular music is always simpler than classical. organ). such as rhythmic and pitch inflection.involves more modulation (changing of keys). much earlier). Also. together with a few other solo instruments (piano. the . the instruments used in common practice classical music are nonelectrical and were invented prior to the mid-1800's (often. For the most part.

1980s • • • (1983) "This Night" by Billy Joel . emphasised the original 1979 Village People version's chord progression from Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D Major (1996) "Don't Look Back in Anger" by Oasis . Many popular songs have used themes and melodies from well-known classical pieces as their basis.based on Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D Major. (1997) "C U When U Get There" by Coolio . .a techno/electronic version of Samuel Barber's "Adagio for Strings" (1999) "Love of My Life" by Dave Matthews and Carlos Santana on the Supernatural album.arrangement of Mars: Bringer of War from Holst's The Planets [edit] 1990s • • • • • • See also: 1990s in music (1993) "Go West" by the Pet Shop Boys. with some rhythmic changes.for a list of examples see List of popular songs based on classical music. Main theme is a nearly literal quotation of a theme in the 3rd symphony of Johannes Brahms. and is probably happening now in the case of the most outstanding artists. (1999) "Barber's Adagio for Strings" by William Orbit .possibility of popular works achieving some kind of permanent. Lake & Powell . Classical and popular music interact in the phenomenon of crossover.based on Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D Major.based on Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D Major. (1998) "Christmas Canon" by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra . [edit] 2000s • See also: 2000s in music (2000) "Graduation (Friends Forever)" by Vitamin C . enshrined.uses Beethoven's Pathetique Sonata as the basis for the chorus (1985) "Rock Me Amadeus" by Falco (1986) "Mars" by Emerson.chorus chord progression borrows from Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D Major. status now presents itself.

fail to keep a promise move backwards argument . Some consider that a degree of knowledge of important works of classical music is part of a good general education. (2007) "Grace Kelly" by Mika . in particular. (2005) "They" by Jem is based on Bach's Prelude in F minor (BWV 881). (2005) "Adagio for Strings" by Tiësto is a trance arrangement of "Adagio for Strings".[1] (2005) "Road to Joy" by Bright Eyes is based on the melody of Beethoven's Ode to Joy. are almost impossible to learn to play at a professional level if not learned in childhood. "she put up the toys" can also be stated "she put the toys up. Intransitive Phrasal Verbs Phrasal verbs can be either transitive (must have a direct object) or intransitive (verb can stand alone without a direct object). the object can go before or after the particle without affecting meaning" (McArthur 773). the particle "usually cannot be separated from its. back down back out back up retreat from a position in an desert.. parents have often made sure that their children receive classical music training from a young age.verb" (Quirk 1152). (2001) "Yatta" by Happa-tai . lessons have also been shown to increase academic performance.. Sweetbox . such as the violin.based on Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D Major. Some parents pursue music lessons for their children for social reasons or in an effort to instil a useful sense of self-discipline. Early experience with music provides the basis for more serious study later.samples the Gregorian chant Dies Irae. "If the verb is transitive.• • • • • • • • (2000) Beethoven's Last Night by Trans-Siberian Orchestra . For example. Beethoven.[2] (2007) "The Second Coming" by Juelz Santana .based on classical music.samples the theme from Ludwig van Beethoven's Für Elise." With intransitive phrasal verbs. (2003) "I Can" by Nas .a band performing mostly classical-based covers • Role of classical music in education Throughout history. however. Some instruments.Mika has admitted that he borrowed the main harmony from Figaro's famous aria Largo al factotum in the opera The Barber of Seville by Gioachino Rossini.

not be accomplished fly back return by air get along have a friendly relationship get by manage. make progress come out appear. lose one's temper carry on continue as before. etc. be compatible give out become exhausted get away escape get off descend from leave get up rise give up surrender. to where someone is cut in interrupt die off/out disappear. fail to finish . become extinct drop in visit someone casually without planning blow in drop in to visit unexpectedly call up telephone catch on understand check out leave. diminish dress up don fancy or unusual clothes drop out abandon some organized activity. either just barely or with a minimum of effort get on enter (a vehicle). quit blow over pass without doing harm calm down become calm catch up cover the distance between oneself and a moving goal cheer up become cheerful close down close permanently come along accompany. leave. make a social debut come to regain consciousness die down fade.bear up endure blow up explode. mount (a horse. pay one's bill clear up become clear came about happen come by visit someone in his home come through succeed die away fade. diminish drive back return by car drop over visit someone casually fall through fail. move about get in enter get on/along progress. lose weight fill in find out substitute learn fly over get ahead fly to where someone is make progress get around circulate.) get through finish go back return fall behind fall off not progress at required pace decrease. misbehave check up investigate clear out leave close up close temporarily come back return come over come to someone's house.

rise from sitting. while telephoning persist keep up let up maintain the required pace or diminish in intensity standard. leave quickly slowly lose power so as to without permission stop functioning sell out settle up sell the ownership or pay one's bills or debts responsibility show up shut up arrive. as at a public meeting wait up wake up remain awake in anticipation awaken walk over walk to where someone is wash out fade or disappear from . continue look on make out be a spectator progress. succeed hang up replace a telephone receive on its hook keep on continue lie down recline make up become reconciled pass out become unconscious pull in arrive ride over ride to where someone is run off depart running. persevere. be successful pass on pick up die grow. drain show off boast by words or actions slow up reduce speed stay over remain at someone's house overnight or longer take over assume command turn around turn so that one is facing another direction turn up arrive. appear unexpectedly stop talking stand up stand by stand.go off explode go over go. appear. persevere. leave. dawdle hold on hold out grasp tightly. be found unexpectedly walk back return on foot to where one go out stop burning. succeed move over pan out move to the side turn out well. be prepared to assist endure go on happen. come. last. leave one's residence grow up hang around mature remain idly. wait continue to resist. continue step aside move to one side talk back answer impolitely turn in go to bed take off leave the ground throw up vomit turn out succeed. wait. increase pull out pull through deport survive (barely) run away run down escape.

disappear through use or become unusable through time use. become used up .was watch out be careful work out be successful washing wear off wear out fade.

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