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T/F Each voice sings a different text praising the Virgin Mary in Josquin's motet
T/F The harmony of Palestrina's Gloria from the Pope Marcellus Mass is best described as full and consonant.
t/f The text of the Gloria in Palestrina's Pope Marcellus Mass is easily understood, due largely to its syllabic nature and Palestrina's frequent use of homorhythm.
t/f Palestrina's Gloria from the Pope Marcellus Mass belongs to the Proper, the variable part of the Mass celebration.
t/f Guillaume du Fay used L'homme armé as a cantus firmus in one of his masses.
In which language is Josquin's motet text written?
t/f The Renaissance motet is monophonic texture and sung in the vernacular
Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Agnus Dei
What makes up the sections of the Mass Ordinary?
cantus-firmus technique in the Renaissance is the only Gregorian chant used as the fixed melody.
Make the words more understandable
what was a recommendation of the Council of Trent regarding music for the church?
t/f Du Fay sometimes used a chant or popular song as the basis for his compositions.
t/f During the Renaissance, the Mass was recited and sung in the vernacular (the language of the people).
the virgin mary
The text of Josquin's motet Ave Maria . . . virgo serena, praises the virtues of?
The predominant texture in Josquin's motet Ave Maria . . . virgo serena is:?
t/f The Pope Marcellus Mass was written for six voice parts.
The Catholic Church's effort in the early sixteenth century to recapture the loyalty of its followers through a return to true Christian piety is known as the
t/f Palestrina's Pope Marcellus Mass was probably intended for a cappella performance.
t/f The text setting in Alleluia, O virga mediatrix is mostly syllabic.
t/f Hildegard's chant Alleluia, O virga mediatrix was intended for performance on a feast day for the Virgin
Hildegard was known for her historical writings about the saints
t/f The medieval motet can have a combination of sacred and secular texts.
t/f The Kyrie is not a part of the Mass
the bottom voice
Which voice in the organum carries the original chant in sustained notes?
t/f The medieval motet usually features multiple texts occurring simultaneously.
t/f Most surviving examples of Gregorian chant are anonymous.
t/f The chants of the church only used the major and minor scale patterns found in later music.
The text of the Kyrie has a:?
t/f A unique feature of Hildegard's chant is her occasional use of an upward leap of a fifth, lending an expansive feel to the music.
t/f The two main services for the Roman Catholic Church are the daily Offices and the Mass.
t/f Pérotin and Machaut are two of the main composers of the Notre Dame School
t/f The liturgy refers to the set order of services and structure of each service.
t/f Early notation used neumes, little ascending and descending signs written above the words that suggested the shape of the melodic line.
t/f Gregorian chant features regularly phrased melodic lines supported by instrumental accompaniment.
Music performed with exchanges between a soloist and chorus is called:?
t/f The first type of polyphony was Gregorian chant.
t/f The texts of the Mass service that are specific to a particular feast day are called the Ordinary.
The text Alleluia, O virga mediatrix is from which portion of the Mass?
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