Name afterPope Gregory 1
Center of Western Plainchant Sacred Monophonic Polyphony Church modes Strictly vocal
Pope Gregory 1 Pope Gregory 1 was responsible for singing monophonic works/chants to the liturgical calendar of the church...
Monophony Melody without accompanying harmony. This may be realised as just one note at a time, or with same note duplicat...
Monophonic chants Hymns Antiphons Sequence
Mass  Sung during Mass Proper & Ordinary  Character: Monophonic Sacred Latin language
Church Modes Ionian Aeolian
Functions Music for the church. The language of the God. Prayer, rituals Represent the voice of the church. Enhance l...
Characteristics• No Rhythmic notation• No Tempo• No Dynamic• No Meter• No Major or Minor key• In Modes• Four Vertical lines
Adding Early Mass (monophonic). Daily prayer (antiphonic). Early organum:    1st voice: principal voice.    2nd voice...
Bibliography http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HEKhr002Ts http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/blog/4-public-  domain-gregorian-...
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  • Center of Western plainchant: Sacred, monophonic, polyphony, church modes, strictly vocal
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    1. 1. Name afterPope Gregory 1
    2. 2. Center of Western Plainchant Sacred Monophonic Polyphony Church modes Strictly vocal
    3. 3. Pope Gregory 1 Pope Gregory 1 was responsible for singing monophonic works/chants to the liturgical calendar of the church, such as Christmas, Easter.
    4. 4. Monophony Melody without accompanying harmony. This may be realised as just one note at a time, or with same note duplicated at the octave
    5. 5. Monophonic chants Hymns Antiphons Sequence
    6. 6. Mass Sung during Mass Proper & Ordinary Character: Monophonic Sacred Latin language
    7. 7. Church Modes Ionian Aeolian
    8. 8. Functions Music for the church. The language of the God. Prayer, rituals Represent the voice of the church. Enhance liturgy  set atmosphere for prayer. Rituals, sacrifice, birth, death, marriage.
    9. 9. Characteristics• No Rhythmic notation• No Tempo• No Dynamic• No Meter• No Major or Minor key• In Modes• Four Vertical lines
    10. 10. Adding Early Mass (monophonic). Daily prayer (antiphonic). Early organum:  1st voice: principal voice.  2nd voice: organal voice. Polyphonic music:  organum, polyphonic Gregorian Chant.  Characteristic: no rhythmic notation, no tempo, no dynamic. Compare of Plain songs & Secular songs.  Same: single note notation, no accompaniment, monophonic style.  Different: meter, subject, written language.  Plain songs: religious, Latin only.  Secular songs: wide range of subjects, vernacular language.
    11. 11. Bibliography http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HEKhr002Ts http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/blog/4-public- domain-gregorian-chants-for-download/ http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/blog//wp- content/uploads/2009/03/g_chant.jpg Wikipedia – The Gregorian Chant. The diocese of the Saxons Sisley.

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