Glossary of art-2
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- The space that music appears to carve out for itself.
- "felt" time
- The "Waltz King" composer.
- Johann Strauss
- A dance music created by Texas-Mexicans.
- In normal time, or a return to the preceding rate of speed.
- A tempo
- A popular musical style mixing African and Caribbean rhythms created by Jamaican musicians.
- A Russian-born composer who lived in the United States and wrote ballets.
- Igor Stravinsky
- A dance in triple meter.
- Spontaneous muscial invention.
- Groups or Sets of beats.
- A rather slow and charming old French dance in triple meter.
- A style of classical dance that emerged in France during the sixteenth century.
- An American composer who developed his conducting career.
- Leonard Bernstein
- Gradually growing faster.
- A set of instrumental pieces each in the character of a dance.
- The emphasis placed on a beat.
- A Latin-American dance performed at a moderately slow walklike tempo in 4/4 meter.
- The pace with which the music moves.
- Number of Indian tribes in North America.
- More than 300.
- Gradually growing slower.
- American Ragtime Composer of "The Entertainer" (1868-1917).
- Scott Joplin
- The way music paces itself and moves through time.
- The aural aspect of music in which a certain number of beats are grouped together.
- An Afro-Brazilian dance that is faster and jazzier than the tango.
- Deliberate shifts of the accent so that it conflicts with the steady beat and tries to upset the steady pulse.
- A fixed number of beats in a series that repeats itself over and over.
- Rhythm Cycle
- Another name for the Lakota tribe.
- A dance form that first appeared in the nineteenth century and became popular during the first decades of the twentieth century.
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