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Music History Quiz

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15th century motets
Du Fay:
Nuper rosarum flores 1425-50
ave regina caelorum 1450-75
Mass
Josquin
miss l'homme arme' super voces musicales (kyrie, gloria, agnus dei) 1475-1500
Order of mass
5 parts of ordinary
kyrie (have mercy)
gloria (praise to god)
credo (statement of faith)
sanctus (holy holy holy)
agnus die (lamb of god marcy)
Italian Madrigal
Arcadelt:
Il bianco e dolce cigno 1525-1550
Cipriano de rore da la belle contrade 1550 1575
16th Century motet
Brumel:
Sicut lilium 1500-1525
Lassus Tristis est anima mea 1550-1575
Byrd Miserere mihi 1550-1575
Brumel
Sicut lilium 1500-1525
Lassus
Tristis est anima mea 1550-1575
Night before jesus crucified 11x you will take flight
Byrd
Miserere mihi 1550-1575
9/8
circle with dot inside
3/4
empty circle
6/8
half circle with dot
2/4
half circle
1:2
cut time sig
circle
division of three
half circle
division of two
council of trent
(1545-1563) Wanted changes in church to draw people back to church. Example, no polyphonic music so text could be understood

a meeting of Roman Catholic leaders, called by Pope Paul III to rule on doctrines criticized by the Protestant reformers
italian madrigal
the original genre, principle secular genre.
represents particpatory entertainment in court. short, lyric/reflective poem with loaded words (double meaning) text, 4-6 voices, through composed, part books
arcadelt
madrigal composer, Il bianco e dolce cigno (The white and sweet swan) Among the most famous of the early madrigals (ca. 1538)
rore
The madrigal matured under him, Flemish composer, he spent most of his career in Italy, He succeeded Adrain Willaert as music director at St. Mark's in Venice.
enjambment
In poetry, the use of successive lines with no punctuation or pause between them
15th century motet
motet with polyphonic texture, a single Latin text (no longer polytextual), sacred genre, generally for four voice, imitative counterpoint, often contrasted with homorhythmic sections, demonstrates new harmonic language (use of 3rds and 6ths)
16th century motet
a reletively short composistion to latin words made up of short sections in the homophonic and imitative polyphony that were staples of high renaissance style. the words were nearly always religious
mass ordinary order
Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Agnus Dei
odhecaton
an anthology of secular songs published by Petrucci in 1501.
The first music collection to be printed using movable type. Very important
in the spread of the Franco-Flemish style and music publishing in general.
zarlino
(1515-1590 wrote rules of dissonance that were necessary in order to appreciate appreciate the consonance (stile antico)) "Art of Counterpoint"
"Le Institutionai Harmoniche"
DALFS
declamation
affects
literal
form
syntax
circulatto
musical sin wave
Mensurstriche
quasi-barlines
clama ne cesses
ignore the rests
verte cito
turn fast, retrograde
kyrie
lord have mercy (eleison, only one in greek)
gloria
glory to god in the highest
credo
I believe in one god
sanctus
holy holy holy
agnus dei
lamb of god
josquin kyrie manipulation
circle breves
circle w dot semi breves
mensuration canon
josquin gloria manipulation
et in terra (same as kyrie manipulation)
cut time breves
c w/ dot semi breves
vertr cito (turn fast)
josquin Agnus manipulation
1. same as kyrie
2. cut3 3 breves
cut 2 breves
common one breve
3. cut 6 longs
c w dot 6 semi breves
form of rore's piece
sonnet
petrarca
an Italian poet famous for love lyrics (1304-1374)