rebirth; period in history from 1400-1600
the broadest study of the intellect and artistic efforts of humankind
A term widely used to describe the arts in the late Renaissance period; it refers to any artistic style that relies on formulas and expressive distortions of established norms
the first line
a polyphonic vocal composition with sacred text that emerged in the Middle Ages
traditionally, a hymn tune of the German Protestant Church
The most common form of secular vocal music in the 16th and early 17th centuries
French song; 16th century vocal form similar to the madrigal
German song; secular form
Carnival songs, specifically of the Florentine Renaissance
a 16th and 17th century instrumental form of improvisatory character; primarily a church form for organ
an instrumental composition derived from the 16th century chanson; similar to ricercar, but secular
the statement and restatement of a principal theme alternating with one or more contrasting themes
Composer of Gloria
Missa in duplicibus; polyphonic mass movement
What is the Gloria from? What was it?
Composer of Salve scema sanctitatis
What type of song is the Salve Scema Sanctitatis
Composer of O magnum mysterium
What type of song is the O magnum mysterium
Composer of Angelus ad pastores ait
What type of song is Angelus ad pastores ait?
Composer of In Dulci juilo
Latin and German Motet; Macaronic
What type of song is Dulci juilo? What style is it?
Alternation between Latin and the Vernacular
Means "in your own language"
Composer of Es ist ei Reis
What type of song is Es ist ei Reis?
Composer of Now is the Month of Maying
What type of song is Now is the Month of Maying
Composer of Auell' augellin che canta
What type of song is Auell' augellin che canta?
Composer of Rendz-moy mon coeur
What type of song is Rendz-moy mon coeur ?
Composer of Innsruch ich nuss dich lassen
What type of song is Innsruch ich nuss dich lassen?
Composer of Je loe amours
What type of song is Je low amours?
Composer of Porray je avoir
What type of song is Porray je avoir
Composer of Torion, Pavane, and Faillarde
What types of songs are Torion, Pavane, and Faillarde
into the households of the aristocracy and the upper classes
Where did musical performances move to?
What nature did secular music have?
the poetry for carnival songs, not the actual words
What did Lorenzo di Medici do?
Protestant Reformation and Calthoic Reformation
What were the results of Martin Luther's theses?
What did Martin Luther believe music was used for?
Who did the Catholic Church regard the ideal composer of liturgical compositions to be?
eminent composer of polyphonic chorale settings
out of the church, in to the homes; emotional
What are some characteristics of Renaissance Music?
chant to speak to god
What was music originally used for?
Greatly known for his music, considered "Poster-Boy." THE Catholic Renaissance composer; very prolific, produced a lot.
The Great Mystery
What does "O Magnum Mysterium" mean?
The Angels and the Shepard Say
What does "Angelus Ad Pastores Ait" mean?
Four Phrase Structure
What is the structure of "Es Ist Ein Reis"?
What did sacred music develop into?
99 Thesis, said what was wrong with the Church. Wanted to make the liturgy more worshipful; praise God and to worship.
What is the difference between a hymn and a chorale?
the mass movement is in the ordinary of the mass
Difference between a polyphonic mass movement and a motet`
What is common in all english madrigals?
I give you back my heart
What does "Rendz-moy mon coeur" mean?