MEP GENRES

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1. Sarabande

1.1. triple time

1.2. slow

1.3. emphasis on 2nd beat

2. Courante

2.1. moderately fast

2.2. triple time

2.3. anacrusis

3. Gigue

3.1. compound quadruple

3.2. very fast

3.3. anacrusis

4. Zapin

4.1. Marwas, gambus

4.2. Taksim

4.2.1. solo improvisatory passage

4.2.2. free meter

4.2.3. no drums

4.3. Melodic phrases

4.3.1. Kopak

4.3.1.1. drums more prominent and virtuosic

4.4. Tahtim

4.4.1. climax of piece

4.4.2. drums more prominent

4.5. For royalty/entertainment

4.6. More instrument focussed

4.7. Malaysia

5. Joget

5.1. Malaysia

5.2. revolves around I IV V

5.3. repetitive

5.4. no structure

5.5. For celebratory dances

6. Jiangnan Sizhu

6.1. Shanghai, China

6.2. Dizi

6.3. Yangqin

6.4. Pipa

6.5. Muyu

6.6. Ban

6.7. For amateur gatherings

6.7.1. Tea houses

6.8. Erhu

7. Guangdong Hanyue

7.1. Guangdong, China

7.2. For performances

7.2.1. Cantonese Opera

7.3. Xiao

7.4. Tihu

7.5. Yueqin

7.6. Guzheng

7.7. Yangqin

7.8. Pipa

8. Marzurka

8.1. emphasis on 2nd or 3rd beat

8.2. irregular tempo

8.3. triple time

9. Etude

9.1. technically virtuosic

10. Nocturne

10.1. night-feel

10.2. expressive

10.3. broken chords

11. Javanese Gamelan

11.1. For royalty

11.2. Saron, Slenthem, Gender, Peking

11.2.1. Balungan

11.3. Kethuk, Kenong

11.3.1. Time keep

11.4. Java, Indonesia

11.5. Less lively

11.6. Bonang

11.6.1. elaboration

11.7. Kendang

11.7.1. drums

11.8. Gongs

11.8.1. Gong cycles

11.9. Polyphonic Stratification

12. Balinese Gamelan

12.1. Bali, Indonesia

12.2. For entertainment

12.2.1. Wayang Kulit

12.3. More lively

12.4. Ceng ceng

12.5. Gangsa, Ugal

12.5.1. Pokok

12.6. Reyong, Trompong

12.6.1. elaboration

12.7. Kendang

12.7.1. Rhythmic accompaniment

12.8. Kempli

12.8.1. Time keeper

12.9. Gongs

12.9.1. Gong cycles

12.10. Polyphonic Stratification

12.11. complex interlocking rhythms

13. Hindustani

13.1. Tabla

13.2. Sitar, Sarod, Sarangi

13.3. Tambura, drone box

13.4. North India

13.5. Violin

13.6. Voice

14. Carnatic

14.1. South India

14.2. Mridangam

14.3. Vina

14.4. Tambura, drone box

14.5. Violin

14.6. Voice

14.7. Alapana

14.8. Gat

15. Impressionism

15.1. pentatonic scale

15.2. unconventional harmonies

15.3. Debussy

15.4. France

15.5. implied tonal areas

15.6. blended timbre

15.7. unclear phrase structure

16. Expressionism

16.1. atonal

16.2. polytonal

16.3. highly dissonant

16.4. note clusters

16.5. disjointed melody

16.6. contrasting timbres

16.7. Schoenberg, Webern

17. Pointillism

17.1. sparse texture

17.2. Berg, Schoenberg

17.3. single notes in isolation

17.4. atonal

17.5. polytonal

18. Neoclassicism

18.1. Vaughan Williams

18.2. mixes Classical characteristics with modern twists

19. Concerto Grosso

19.1. Ripieno

19.2. Concertino

19.3. polyphonic

20. Concerto Solo

20.1. Solo

20.2. Tutti

21. Sonata Da Camera

21.1. Harpsichord

21.2. Cello

21.3. Dance characteristics

22. Sonata Da Chiesa

22.1. Church

22.2. Organ

22.3. Cello

22.4. Chamber music

23. Fugue

23.1. Subject keeps returning

23.2. Sequences

23.3. Repetition

23.4. Polyphonic

24. Allemande

24.1. simple quadruple

24.2. anacrusis

24.3. moderate

24.4. stately

25. Polonaise

25.1. stately

25.2. regular tempo

25.3. lively

25.4. fast

25.5. chordal

26. Waltz

26.1. prominent triple time

26.2. moderate tempo

26.3. lyrical

26.4. elegant