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Dates of the Renaissance

1450-1600

2

One sound; unison

Monophonic

3

Many sounds

Polyphonic

4

Same sound

Homophonic

5

5 characteristics of Gregorian chant

Monophonic
Sacred
Latin
Free meter/ rhythm
Modal

6

Two types of organum

Florid
Parallel

7

Two main parts to every mass

Ordinary
Proper

8

Five movements in mass ordinary

Kyrie- Greek
Gloria- Latin
Credo- Latin
Sanctus- Latin
Agnes die- Latin

9

Music that is spiritual in nature and related to the church

Sacred

10

Music that has no religious significance and is worldly in nature

Secular

11

Johann Gutenberg invent in 1450

Printing press

12

First book printed on printing press

The bible

13

Difference between mass ordinary and mass proper

Mass ordinary- same everyday
Mass proper- changes depending on the day

14

Primary texture of Middle Ages

Monophonic

15

Primary texture of Renaissance

Polyphonic

16

Renaissance means

Rebirth

17

Ballet is also known as a

Fa-la

18

Two examples of sacred music from the Renaissance

Mass and motet

19

Ballet we sing every Christmas

Deck the halls

20

Madrigal

Several solo voices
English
Homophonic or polyphonic
Vocal
Secular
Word painting

21

Motet

Not mass text
Latin
Polyphonic
Choral

22

Dates of Middle Ages

450-1450

23

Word painting

Musical line will match the emotions

24

Church modes

Aeolian- a
Lochrian-b
Ionian-c
Dorian-d
Phrygian- e
Lydian-f
Mixolydian-g

25

Modal

Music with mode
Mode-7 note scale
Each node is used for different music like joyful music

26

Significance of the choir loft at St. Marks Cathedral

2 choir lofts on sides of church
Each side could sing a different line
Or one side- instruments, one side- vocal