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OPERA
CANTATAS
MAIN SECTIONS
ARIAS
RITORNELLO
BAROQUE ERA
BAROQUE OPERA
ARIA
RITORNELLO FORM
TERNARY FORM
DA CAPO ARIA
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Definitions

  1. A da capo aria is in ternary form, meaning it is in three sections.
  2. The da capo aria was a musical form prevalent in the Baroque era.
  3. The da capo aria was common in the musical genres of opera and oratorio.

Opera

  1. The da capo aria was common in the musical genres of opera and oratorio.

Cantatas

  1. By the end of the 17th century, cantatas began incorporating the da capo aria and often had orchestral accompaniments. (Web site)

Main Sections

  1. The da capo aria had two main sections: the opening “A” section in the main key, followed by a contrasting “B” section in other keys. (Web site)

Arias

  1. His arias suggest the influence of Monteverdi, with a strong preference for strophic form over the da capo aria. (Web site)

Ritornello

  1. In opera seria, the ritornello functioned as the main structural support for the da capo aria, in which it was successively repeated. (Web site)

Baroque Era

  1. The da capo aria was a musical form prevalent in the Baroque era.

Baroque Opera

  1. Another characteristic of Baroque opera is the da capo aria (Italian for "from the top"), in which the first verse was repeated after the second one. (Web site)

Aria

  1. An A-B-A sectional structure, called the da capo aria, and a siciliana, another aria in a minor key with six-eight meter and slow tempo, were widely used.

Ritornello Form

  1. The Baroque solo concerto usually has outer movements written in ritornello form with a tonal plan close to that of da capo aria. (Web site)

Ternary Form

  1. A da capo aria is in ternary form, meaning it is in three sections.

Da Capo Aria

  1. As well as in marches, ternary form is often found in baroque opera arias (the da capo aria) and in many dance forms, such as polkas. (Web site)
  2. With the rise of the da capo aria, the cantata became a group of two or three arias joined by recitative. (Web site)
  3. As well as in marches, ternary form is often found in baroque opera aria s (the da capo aria) and in many dance forms, such as polka s.

Categories

  1. Culture > Arts > Music > Ternary Form
  2. Polkas
  3. Ritornello Form
  4. Music > Classical Music > Opera > Aria
  5. Recitative
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