5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Offices (the Mass)
- the patronage system
- chamber music
- a cycle of daily services of the roman catholic church, distinct from the mass.
- b a male singer who was castrated before puberty and retains a soprano or alto voice
- c Music for a small instrumental ensemble with one instrument per line of music
- d German comic opera
- e sponsorship of an artist or a musician, historically by a member of a wealthy or ruling class.
5 Multiple choice questions
- baroque overture consisting of three sections:Fast-Slow-Fast
- informal academy held at Bardi's palace in Florence where scholars discussed literature, science, and the arts, and musicians performed new music
- First polyphonic music composed with measured rhythem = Leonin and Perotin are composers
- Music that is independent of words, drama, visual images, or any kind of representational aspects.
- ordinary-sections of the roman catholic mass that remain the same from day to day throughout the church year, as distinct from the proper, which changes daily to the liturgical occasion
5 True/False questions
rhythmic mode → fixed rhythmic patterns of long and short notes, popular in th thirteenth century
the age of enlightenment → musical expansion of a theme by varying its melodic outline, harmony, or rhythm.
divertimento → orchestral music played at the beginning of an opera or oratorio
overture → the set order of religious services and the structure of each service, within a particular denomination
Ars Nova → an elaborate song for solo voice