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music part 2

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the medieval period
900-1450
the renaissance period
1450-1600
the baroque period
1600-1750
the classical period
1750-1825
the romantic period
1825-1900
the 20th century
2000-now
medieval plainsong
monophonic, modal, acapella, non metrical, used free and flexible prose rhythms, conjunct, imited range, latin, neumatic notation, and oldest and argest sacred genre in the west
medieval secular
monophonic, modal, vencular, more metrical, stronger pulse, short recurrent, clear phrases, syllabic, more subjects, and they are from France, Germany, and Italy
the genre for alleluia
oragnum
the period for all
medieval
the composer for alleluia
Leonin
the texture for alleluia
polyphonic
the line for all
smooth and legato
rhythm for all
non metric
pitch for all
modal
color for all
vocal
the genre for can vei la lauteza mover
secular-troubador song
composer for can vei la lauteza mover
bernart de ventadorn
form for both
strophic
the texture for dies irae and can vei la lauteza mover
monophonic
the genre for dies irae
chant
the composer for dies irae
anonymous