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Music App. Chapter 4

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Balleta
Landini
Morley
Ballet
Anonymous
Estampie
Anonymous
Gregorian Chant
Craoubel and praetorius
Galliard and Passamezzo
Weelkes
Madrigal
Marchaut & Palastrina
Mass
Desprez
Motet
Gabrieli
Polychoral motet
Who is the most important sacred choral music composer in the Renaissance
Palestrina
Definition of "Renaissance"
Rebirth
What are the major sources the music in the Middle Ages and Renaissance?
church, courts, cities or towns
What is the "Venetian School"?
Finest composers and colleagues in Venice
What is the primary texture of Renaissance instrumental music?
Polyphonic
What was the role of women in music in the roman catholic church?
Pray and not to sing
A compositional teqnique which attempts to make the music illustrate the words
Word painting
music which is religious
sacred
a secular choral composition, mostly in homophonic texture, with a "fa la la" chorus
Ballet
unaccompanied singing
a capella
the official music of the Roman Catholic Church
gregorian chant
Madrigal
a mostly polyphonic secular compositon whose text is usually about love.
a sacred choral composition whose text is not part of the mass
motet
music which is not religious
secular
An Italian poetic and musical form that originated as a dance-song
baletta
A dance from the Middle Ages
Estampie
A sacred composition whose movements are Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei
Mass
Two types of Renaissance period dances
Galliard and Passamezzo
The type of composition which was originated by the composers in the Venetian School
Polychoral motet