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  • MUSIC TROUGH AGES Prerad Mihajlo
  • OLD AGES• Music (greek: μουσική – art of the muses)• Three parts of music are: melody, rhythm and harmony• First shapes of music - paleolit• First blown instrument was humans voice• First string instrument probably was wooden arch• First flautes are made from bird bones or from rattanand could make only one tone• First drum instrument was Xylophone
  • MEDIEVAL MUSIC• The term medieval music encompasses European music written during the MiddleAges, ends with fall of the Roman Empire• Mostly church music and most important instrument was Pan flute, made of wood• Many plucked string instruments, such as lute, viole, mandora, gittern and psaltery
  • MEDIEVAL MUSIC• Christian church - Chant (orplainsong), a monophonicsacred form• Jewish church – Psalms• Troubadours and trouvères• ARS NOVA - was a stylisticperiod in music of the LateMiddle Ages, used moregenerally and refers to allEuropean polyphonic music• Transitioning to theRenaissance
  • CLASSIC MUSIC• Renaissance (1450 - 1600)• Baroque (1600 - 1750)• Classical (1750 - 1830)• Romantic (1830 - 1900)• Impresionistic (1860 - 1900)
  • INSTRUMENTS
  • IMPORTANT COMPOSERS
  • XX CENTURY• 1876. Aleksander Graham Bel inventedphone speaker•1876. Elisha Gray – first synthiseizer• 1877. Thomas Alva Edison inventedphonograph (first machine ever forrecording sound)• 1877. Cylinders are used for recordings• 1877. Ernst Siemens patented firstloudspeaker• 1923. First vinyl• 1924. Chester W. Rice i EdvardWashburn patented modern loudspeaker• 1948. invention of 12” vinyls
  • ILLUSTRATIONS Vinyl Firs loudspeaker First AM radio shown in public
  • MODERN AGES• 1952. Texas Instruments - first AM radio• 1950. First computer music• Philips and Sony: • 1963. invented Audio Cassete • 1982. invented CD• 1968. Robert Moog – commercialsynthiseizer• 1985. CD players, discman, walkman• 1989. mp3 was patented• 1991. MP3 approved from ISO/IEC• 1999. mp3 players
  • TODAY
  • COMPUTER PROGRAMS
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  • “WITHOUT MUSICLIFE WOULD BE A NONSENCE” Friedrich Nietzsche