Match these twentieth-century terms with their definitions.

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Non-diegetic music.

Sprechstimme.

Blue note.

Stride bass.

 

 

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A.

A performance technique for piano common in ragtime music: the left hand plays both a bassline in the bottom register and chords in the middle register, leaping rapidly back and forth to reach both.

B.

In German, "speech-voice." A style of singing halfway between speech and lyrical song, in which the singer hits precise pitches and then allows them to tail off, rather than sustaining them.

C.

A pitch performed lower than in the standard major scale; these notes usually substitute for the third and seventh notes of the standard major scale.

D.

Film music that heightens the mood of a scene, but which does not happen within the world of the movie; the characters can't hear it.

 

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Non-diegetic music.    D.

Sprechstimme.           B.

Blue note.                  C.

Stride bass.               A.

answered May 11, 2015 by FLoops ~Expert~ (2,117 points)

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