Medieval music is Western music written during the Middle Ages, including
liturgical music (for .... The first kind of written rhythmic system developed during
the 13th century and was based on a se...
Apr 14, 2016 ... The other musical occasions depicted in both pictures and written accounts were
..... throughout the Middle Ages, their function was primarily to double or to
substitute ... During the course of the 16th century, instrumental music .... During
the last two decades of the century and continuing until the middle of ....
Josquin, like Du Fay, composed primarily Latin masses and motets, but in a ...
With the beginning of the sixteenth century, European music saw a number of ...
16th Century ... written primarily for a cappella choir (without instruments). ... by
the romantic era that lasted roughly until the beginning of the 20th Century.
Aug 28, 2001 ... The surviving polyphony of the eleventh century is contained mainly in what are
called ... It was not until the era of the troubadours, often taken to begin with
Guillaume of ... Although written in monophonic fashion, this music was
apparently ..... The thirteenth century motet had been primarily a secular genre.
of the political and religious conditions of the sixteenth century. In fact, ... From
1632 until 1639 the number of members diminished by twenty-nine people. Price
reports ... Other areas of the music (written in Latin) extol the mercy of Jesus and
his .... raised in the Württemberg court, Froberger's sacred compositions primarily.
Greek music was primarily monophonic (limited to one melody at a time sung or
... Around the end of the 12th century, organum was being written in three and
four ... The same pattern, or mode, was repeated over and over until the
composer .... In the late 16th century, when Renaissance polyphony was
prevalent, new ...
Chapter 19 - Opera and Music Drama in the Nineteenth Century ... Renaissance:
Secular Song and the Rise of National Styles in the Sixteenth Century ... Written
composition began to replace improvisation as a way of creating musical ...
forced a breakthrough in rhythmic notation, which until then had been vague at
Music ranged from elite to popular genres, styles, and forms. ... The most
important secular genre of the sixteenth century ... Franco-Flemish composer
working in Florence and Rome until 1551. .... the repertory at his own home; This
and similar collections inspired composers to start writing their own madrigals in
... from the late medieval Spanish origins of the viol until the sixteenth century. ...
2.1 Annette Otterstedt's musicological work has concentrated primarily on the viol
. She has presented numerous papers and written articles on viol technique as ...