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4º ESO, 12-13

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  • 1. XVI-XVIII
  • 2.  On the XVI century, the main kind of music is the religious music that tries to increase the number of voices, makes long sentences,… Also, the profane music that wasn’t admitted by the church, appeared at this time.
  • 3. The Shakespeare era was a time when music and art were growing more and more each day, this time period was also known as the English Renaissance.Some instruments that were popular during this time period were the spinet and the viol. All of these are stringed instruments.The most popular instrument was the lute that was used in story-telling. This instrument had six pairs of strings.
  • 4.  Instruments such as the harpsichord, the spinet and the lute became more than just accompaniment for singers. The Renaissance era was one of the most productive time period in history as far as the advancement of music goes. The principal wind instruments were the cornet, the pipe, the fife, the recorder and the trumpet.
  • 5. Main composers W. H. Pachelbel J. S. Händel J. F. Bach