Medieval era  Presentation II
Non-liturgical            compositions• lauda - composed for use in private devotional• mainly simple syllabic change set ...
Gloria in cielo e pace in terra    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRBkXnZoBOg
church dramas• often called liturgical  dramas because of  association ith  liturgical feasts• biblical stories set to  mo...
Monophonic        compositions• Divided into four separate periods:   • St. Martial 1100-1180   • Notre Dame (1180-1260)  ...
St. Martial• St. Martial: characterized by monophonic tropes and  sequences and two-voced compositions in discant  and org...
Notre Dame• Known for a large body of repertoire that was written  for liturgical services at Notre Dame in Paris.• Two co...
Pérotin’s Viderunt omneshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOgLiD-NKPk
Ars Antiqua• continued with rhythmically active upper parts set to  their own text over a slower moving chant based  lower...
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Second presentation about chant in the Medieval period, with links to YouTube videos.

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    1. 1. Medieval era Presentation II
    2. 2. Non-liturgical compositions• lauda - composed for use in private devotional• mainly simple syllabic change set in verse/refrain format to Italian texts• good example: Gloria in cielo e pace in terra
    3. 3. Gloria in cielo e pace in terra http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRBkXnZoBOg
    4. 4. church dramas• often called liturgical dramas because of association ith liturgical feasts• biblical stories set to monophonic melodies for soloists and chorus
    5. 5. Monophonic compositions• Divided into four separate periods: • St. Martial 1100-1180 • Notre Dame (1180-1260) • Ars Antiqua (1260-1320) • Ars Nova (1320-1500)
    6. 6. St. Martial• St. Martial: characterized by monophonic tropes and sequences and two-voced compositions in discant and organum styles -• the organum style was especially important to development of polyphony.• Lower part was a portion of chant melody with original latin text set to very slow-moving rhythms while upper part had a different latin text and a freely composed and faster moving rhythm.
    7. 7. Notre Dame• Known for a large body of repertoire that was written for liturgical services at Notre Dame in Paris.• Two composers: Léonin 1180-1190 and Pérotin, active around 1200
    8. 8. Pérotin’s Viderunt omneshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOgLiD-NKPk
    9. 9. Ars Antiqua• continued with rhythmically active upper parts set to their own text over a slower moving chant based lower part.• upper parts often set to French texts - each part had individual rhythmic characteristics (one faster than the other)
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