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Listening Gallery: Harmonic Rhythm

Module by: Anthony Brandt. E-mail the author

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In each example, does the harmonic rhythm speed up, slow down or stay the same?

Problem 1

The harmonic rhythm speeds up
The harmonic rhythm slows down
The harmonic rhythm stays the same

Problem 2

The harmonic rhythm speeds up
The harmonic rhythm slows down
The harmonic rhythm stays the same

Problem 3

The harmonic rhythm speeds up
The harmonic rhythm slows down
The harmonic rhythm stays the same

Problem 4

The harmonic rhythm speeds up
The harmonic rhythm slows down
The harmonic rhythm stays the same

Problem 5

The harmonic rhythm speeds up
The harmonic rhythm slows down
The harmonic rhythm stays the same

What happens to the harmonic rhythm when the choir sings "Parum sexcentenummate"?

Problem 6

Musical Example: Carl Orff, Carmina Burana

The harmonic rhythm speeds up
The harmonic rhythm slows down
The harmonic rhythm stays the same

Problem 7

Musical Example: Carl Orff, Carmina Burana

The harmonic rhythm speeds up
The harmonic rhythm slows down
The harmonic rhythm stays the same

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Musical Examples
  1. Franz Schubert, Quartet in d-minor, 'Death and the Maiden'
  2. J.S. Bach, Three-Part Invetion in c-minor
  3. Frederic Chopin, Prelude no. 18 in f-minor
  4. J.S. Bach, 'Prelude in c-minor' from The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I
  5. Hector Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique, 'Un bal'
  6. Carl Orff, Carmina Burana
  7. Carl Orff, Carmina Burana
Franz Schubert, Quartet in d-minor, 'Death and the Maiden'
Franz Schubert, Quartet in d-minor, 'Death and the Maiden'
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CBS Masterworks MPK 45096 — The Budapest String Quartet
J.S. Bach, Three-Part Invetion in c-minor
J.S. Bach, Three-Part Invetion in c-minor
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Sony Classical — Glenn Gould, piano
Frederic Chopin, Prelude no. 18 in f-minor
Frederic Chopin, Prelude no. 18 in f-minor
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Deutsche Grammophon — Martha Argerich, piano
J.S. Bach, 'Prelude in c-minor' from The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I
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Celestial Harmonies — Roger Woodward, piano
Hector Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique, 'Un bal'
Hector Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique, 'Un bal'
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Virgin Veritas — London Classical Players, Sir Roger Norrington
Carl Orff, Carmina Burana
Carl Orff, Carmina Burana
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Sony Classical — Cleveland Orchestra and Chorus, Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor
Carl Orff, Carmina Burana
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Sony Classical — Cleveland Orchestra and Chorus, Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor