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Muh midterm review & study guide

  1. 1. CHAPTERS 1 THROUGH 8 REVIEW & STUDY GUIDE
  2. 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. 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. 4.     NAMESTERMS Notre Dame Cathedral (Paris) polyphony Leoniusorganum Musicaenchiriadis parallel organum rhythmic modes discant motet cantus firmus music texture A capella
  5. 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. 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. 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. 8.       NAMESTERMS Josquin des Prez Jean de Ockeghem Petrucci Attaingnant Part books tenor mass cyclic mass canon imitation parody mass Paraphrase mass
  9. 9.          NAMESTERMS Arcadeltfrottola&pavanne Gesualdochromaticism Monteverdi 16th century madrigal Dowland lute & lute songs Morley ballett Weelkes word painting Encinavillancico Byrd consort tablature
  10. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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.

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