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  • 1. CHAPTERS 1 THROUGH 8 REVIEW & STUDY GUIDE
  • 2. NAMESTERMS  Plato monophony & heterophony  Aristotle note, interval, scale, clefs  Socrates lyre, aulos, and kithara  Pythagorus diatonic and chromatic  Boethius ethos  Gregorian chant, plainsong, chant  Liturgy and hymns
  • 3.             NAMESTERMS Guido d’Arezzosolmization Hildegard of Bingen liturgy Cantigas de Santa Maria cantigas Troubadour &trouveres Office Minnesinger Mass Goliard Songs Proper of the Mass CarminaBurana (Orff) Ordinary of the Mass Jongleur/minstrel syllabic,neumatic, mellismatic Liturgical drama antiphonal Liturgy of the Hours sequence Church modes (8)
  • 4.     NAMESTERMS Notre Dame Cathedral (Paris) polyphony Leoniusorganum Musicaenchiriadis parallel organum rhythmic modes discant motet cantus firmus music texture A capella
  • 5.          NAMESTERMS Ars Nova isorhythm Philippe de Vitryisorhythmic motet Roman de Fauvel color Guillaume de Machautvirelai La Messe de Nostre Dame rondeau Francesco LandiniLandini cadence Squarcialupi Codex chanson Madrigal ballade homphony
  • 6.          NAMESTERMS Florence The Medici Leonardo da Vinci Michelangelo Galileo Copernicus Columbus Gutenburg Renaissance Humanism Perspective Individualism Contrast & clarity Secular Age of Exploration Printing press
  • 7.      NAMESTERMS Burgundy contenanceanglaise John Dunstablerota Guillaume Dufay motet (15th century) Binchois polyphonic Mass cycle Cantus firmus mass (tenor mass) Bassus (countratenorbassus) Altus (contratenoraltus) Cantus, discantus or superius
  • 8.       NAMESTERMS Josquin des Prez Jean de Ockeghem Petrucci Attaingnant Part books tenor mass cyclic mass canon imitation parody mass Paraphrase mass
  • 9.          NAMESTERMS Arcadeltfrottola&pavanne Gesualdochromaticism Monteverdi 16th century madrigal Dowland lute & lute songs Morley ballett Weelkes word painting Encinavillancico Byrd consort tablature
  • 10.  NAMESTERMS Martin Luther Jean Calvin Book of Common Prayer Council of Trent Palestrina Pope Marcellus Mass Orlando de Lassus Tomas Luis de Victoria  Henry the VIII and the Church of England (Anglican)  Elizabeth I……..Shakespeare……Machiavelli         Reformation chorale anthem Psalter Anglican Service
  • 11.       Example of ancient Greek music "Epitaph Of Seikilos" 1st century C.E. Example of early Gregorian Chant (Middle Ages)Introitus-"LaudateDeum” Example of late Gregorian chant for the Mass Ordinary- "Mass For Christmas Day: Kyrie” Example of polyphony and harmony (Renaissance)Palestrina: MissaPapaeMarcelli"-Gloria Collection of Goliard songs in Latin from Middle AgesTHE "CARMINA BURANA” (powerpoint slide) Listening: Example of organum by Leonin (from Chant to Renaissance powerpoint)
  • 12.     Example of parallel organum: “Alelliuajustus et palma”(from Chant to Renaissance powerpoint) “Le Roman de Fauvel” (Ars Nova ppt.) “Messe du Notre Dame” by Machaut (Ars Nova ppt.) Alleluia: vidimusstellam - middle ages (Music of the Middle Ages & Renaissance Review ppt.) The Notre Dame School of Polyphony (The Sixteen) “Viderentomnes” (ex. of Organum) (Music of the Middle Ages & Renaissance Review ppt.)
  • 13.        Josquin des Prez, Ave Maria (ex. of a sacred motet) – Music and Art in the Renaissance ppt. Renaissance Dance, Pavane- Music and Art in the Renaissance ppt. "RiuRiuChiu” – Spanish madrigal - Music and Art in the Renaissance ppt. “Fair Phyllis I saw sitting all alone” – English madrigal - Music and Art in the Renaissance ppt. “Il EstBel Et Bon” – French madrigal-Music and Art in the Renaissance ppt. “SaltarellodettoTrivella,” OrazioVecchi, -ex. of a consort – Music of the Renaissance ppt. “Sing we and chant it” – ex. Of English madrigal Music of the Renaissance ppt.
  • 14.      Galliard - 16th century dance – Music & Art in Renaissance ppt. Music of the Renaissance ppt. – Know how each instrument sounds like! John DOWLAND – Galliards- Ex. Of lute music of Renaissance - Chapter Seven Chorale: “Einfesteburg” by Martin Luther - The Renaissance and the Reformation: Historical Overview ppt. Chorale: “A Mighty Fortress is our God” (Luther) -- The Renaissance and the Reformation: Historical Overview ppt.