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Medieval music

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Medieval music is songs and pieces from an era of Western music, including liturgical music .... The first kind of written rhythmic system developed during the 13th century and was based on a series...

Music History 102

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The traditions of Western music can be traced back to the social and religious ... was it even written down for the first time until sometime after the tenth century.

musical performance - The Middle Ages | Britannica.com

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In Western music, performance is most commonly viewed as an interpretive art,... ... From that time until the 20th century, Roman Catholic Church choirs were ... with the (chant-derived) lower ones, and writing in score thus wasted space, more ... music continued and increased during the 16th century in instrumental, vocal, ...

DoveSong.com -- Renaissance Sacred Music

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16th Century ... written primarily for a cappella choir (without instruments). ... by the romantic era that lasted roughly until the beginning of the 20th Century.

Medieval & Renaissance Music: A Brief Survey

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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.

history of Western music - CSUS

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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 ...

What is Baroque Music? - Music of the Baroque

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The acceptance of Copernicus's 16th century theory that the planets didn't revolve ... era, however, composers only earned a living writing music if they were fortunate ... Not until the baroque period did the concept of “melody” and “ harmony” truly ... Opera: A drama that is primarily sung, accompanied by instruments, and ...

Performance practice | Blue Heron

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We are not singing this music for primarily historical reasons or to recreate anything, ... the ranges expected from adult male singers in written-down music between .... performance seems to have prevailed in the sixteenth century, at least until ...

Welcome to A History of Western Music - 7th Edition

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Chapter 11 - Madrigal and Secular Song in the Sixteenth Century ... of written music for instruments alone, including many published collections. ... Soft- sounding solo instrument for small rooms; Tone is sustained until player releases the key.

Welcome to Concise History of Western Music, 3rd Edition

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Chapter 19 - Opera and Music Drama in the Nineteenth Century ... Secular Song and the Rise of National Styles in the Sixteenth Century ... Written and iconographical evidence suggests that music in ancient Greece has much in common ... From Plato's time until the beginning of modern astronomy, philosophers believed ...

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Music History 102

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In the last years of the sixteenth century, a group of musicians and literati in Florence, Italy ... Monteverdi remained in Venice until his death in 1643. ... Monteverdi's final opera, written in 1642 when he was in his seventies, remains one of the ...

Western music | Britannica.com

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Apr 14, 2016 ... The other musical occasions depicted in both pictures and written ... bce and documented primarily in the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament), ..... An important contemporary of Dufay was Gilles Binchois, who served at Dijon from about 1430 until 1460. .... During the course of the 16th century, instrumental music ...

Music in the Renaissance | Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History ...

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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 ...