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12 terms
Music History
Middle Ages (dates)
Renaissance (dates)
Baroque (dates)
Hildegarde von Bingen
450 - 1450
1450 - 1600
1600-1750
Middle Ages
Middle Ages (dates)
450 - 1450
Renaissance (dates)
1450 - 1600
231 terms
Music Praxis - Music History
Antiquity
Medieval
Renaissance
Baroque
500AD-500BC
500BC-1300
1300-1600
1600-1750
Antiquity
500AD-500BC
Medieval
500BC-1300
57 terms
Music History
Antiquity
Egyptian Music
shofar (Ram's Horn)
ch'in (zither family)
Music era, 4000 years ago, when music was used for communicat…
Ancient music using lute, lyre, and harp.
Ancient Hebrew music used what instrument?
Ancient Chinese music used what instrument?
Antiquity
Music era, 4000 years ago, when music was used for communicat…
Egyptian Music
Ancient music using lute, lyre, and harp.
25 terms
Music History
What are the 3 classifications of clas…
1) When was the Classical Period?... 2) W…
Which philosophers from classical anti…
What were Minuets and when were they p…
1) It is supported by a large body of written philosophical a…
1) 1750-1810 (approximately)... 2) a) Western European... b) Carna…
Pythagorus (500 BC)... Aristotle... Plato
Minuets were dances that were adopted in 1620, but became cru…
What are the 3 classifications of clas…
1) It is supported by a large body of written philosophical a…
1) When was the Classical Period?... 2) W…
1) 1750-1810 (approximately)... 2) a) Western European... b) Carna…
Music History
Hildegard of Bingen birth + death
Columba Aspexit
Jubilemus exultemus dates
Jubilemus exultemus origin
1098 - 1179
for St. Maximus feast - Melodic variation - Sense of Smell
1100
Abbey of St. Martial at Limoges -
Hildegard of Bingen birth + death
1098 - 1179
Columba Aspexit
for St. Maximus feast - Melodic variation - Sense of Smell
14 terms
The History of Music
Medieval
Renaissance
Baroque
Classical
This musical period covers music from 1000-1450
This musical period covers music from 1450-1600
This musical period covers music from 1600-1750
This musical period covers music from 1750-1820
Medieval
This musical period covers music from 1000-1450
Renaissance
This musical period covers music from 1450-1600
84 terms
Music App: Music History
a.d. 450 - a.d.1450
Nobles, Peasants, Clergy
Musical Instruments and Hired Musicians
minstrel
dates for the Middle Ages
Social classes during the Middle Ages
two things that nobles could buy with their money
a traveling musician
a.d. 450 - a.d.1450
dates for the Middle Ages
Nobles, Peasants, Clergy
Social classes during the Middle Ages
12 terms
Music History Eras -years and music
450-1450 (the first era we studied)
1450-1600 (the second era we studied)
1600-1750 (the third era we studied)
1750-1825 (the fourth era we studied)
The years of the Medieval Era were...
The years of the Renaissance Era were...
The years of the Baroque Era were...
The years of the Classical Era were...
450-1450 (the first era we studied)
The years of the Medieval Era were...
1450-1600 (the second era we studied)
The years of the Renaissance Era were...
84 terms
Music History
Baroque
Basso continuo
Realization
Stile Antico
A term borrowed from art historians. A more decorative and or…
Improvised harmony. Beginning in the baroque era
Improvised accompaniment. Made by looking at the bass line
Ancient style. A style codified by Gioseffo Zarlino, who writ…
Baroque
A term borrowed from art historians. A more decorative and or…
Basso continuo
Improvised harmony. Beginning in the baroque era
133 terms
Music History
primitive prehistoric period
ancient greece and rome ("antiquity")
the middle ages (476-1450)
-the renaissance (1350-1600)
a human voice was the first tool used in language, ... used thei…
the greek civilization was different from other cultures beca…
ancient rome collapsed; pope was not only the catholic leader…
individualism; this lead to MORE ART; the music scene also gr…
primitive prehistoric period
a human voice was the first tool used in language, ... used thei…
ancient greece and rome ("antiquity")
the greek civilization was different from other cultures beca…
18 terms
Music History
Medieval Period
Renaissance
Baroque
Classical
500-1400. polyphonic, monophonic, monorhythmic, music sung in…
1400-1600. Martin Luther, Lutheran Music. Written in metrical…
1600-1750. Music began using harmony. Music included Opera, O…
1750-1820. Mostly homophonic music. used a variety of keys, m…
Medieval Period
500-1400. polyphonic, monophonic, monorhythmic, music sung in…
Renaissance
1400-1600. Martin Luther, Lutheran Music. Written in metrical…
Music History
Sacred
Secular
Chant
Neumes
religious music
Non-religious music
Prayers sung on pitches
The first music notation
Sacred
religious music
Secular
Non-religious music
Music History
Lutheran Chorale
Caccia
Isorhythm
Virelai
Reformation. It introduced congressional singing. The congreg…
Italian 14th century. ... Two voices in cannon at the unison. It…
Motes of the 14th century. recurrent patterns often quite lon…
Medieval French verse used often in poetry and music. It is o…
Lutheran Chorale
Reformation. It introduced congressional singing. The congreg…
Caccia
Italian 14th century. ... Two voices in cannon at the unison. It…
73 terms
Music History, Early Music
talea
color
isorhythm
Ars Nova
"measuring rod"-pattern of rhythm. The color and talea could…
recurring melodic pattern. Melodic intervals.
Composers of Ars Nova motets placed particular emphasis on su…
(The New Art)-a composite of fragments and commentaries based…
talea
"measuring rod"-pattern of rhythm. The color and talea could…
color
recurring melodic pattern. Melodic intervals.
27 terms
Music History
Galant style
Alberti Bass
Empfindsamer Style
Sturm und Drang
Lighter than Bach, homophonic textures
Expressive Style
Storm and Stress
Galant style
Lighter than Bach, homophonic textures
Alberti Bass
45 terms
Music History
Describe the importance of organum in…
Describe the philosophy behind the min…
Describe unique musical elements of tr…
Describe the impact that the invention…
Organum is considered to be one of the easiest forms of polyp…
Minimalism began as a compositional movement in the late 1960…
Although the continent of Africa holds a great variety of mus…
Before the nineteenth century, horns had a range limited to t…
Describe the importance of organum in…
Organum is considered to be one of the easiest forms of polyp…
Describe the philosophy behind the min…
Minimalism began as a compositional movement in the late 1960…
MUSIC HISTORY
Baroque
Basso continuo/throughoutbas
Figured bass
Realization (of figured bass)
-1600-1750, New Genres, Ideas, Opera, extravagant, expression…
melody + bass line written out, perf. imp inner parts
indicates precise figures to be played (inversions, suspensio…
the playing of figured bass (fill in with chords, embellishin…
Baroque
-1600-1750, New Genres, Ideas, Opera, extravagant, expression…
Basso continuo/throughoutbas
melody + bass line written out, perf. imp inner parts
13 terms
Music History
Middle Ages (dates)
Renaissance (dates)
Baroque (dates)
Hildegarde von Bingen
450 - 1450
1450 - 1600
1600-1750
Middle Ages composer
Middle Ages (dates)
450 - 1450
Renaissance (dates)
1450 - 1600
62 terms
Music History
Symbolism
Futurism
Dodecaphonic
Sprechstimme
the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities
20th century movement that created music based on noise
twelve-tone method, a form of atonality based on the systemat…
a vocal style developed by Arnold Schoenberg in which the per…
Symbolism
the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities
Futurism
20th century movement that created music based on noise
Music History
Printing of Music
1600-1750
Clavichord
Shawm (ancestor of the Oboe)
The renaissance era invention that made sharing of music easier
Baroque era dates
Quiet instrument used during classical era for rehearsal and…
Renaissance instrument
Printing of Music
The renaissance era invention that made sharing of music easier
1600-1750
Baroque era dates
40 terms
Music History
Medieval Period
Medieval Period
Medieval Period
Medieval Period
Lasted almost 1000 years
Many people died of disesase
Dark Ages
500-1450
Medieval Period
Lasted almost 1000 years
Medieval Period
Many people died of disesase
57 terms
Music History
Antiquity
Egyptian Music
shofar (Ram's Horn)
ch'in (zither family)
Music era, 4000 years ago, when music was used for communicat…
Ancient music using lute, lyre, and harp.
Ancient Hebrew music used what instrument?
Ancient Chinese music used what instrument?
Antiquity
Music era, 4000 years ago, when music was used for communicat…
Egyptian Music
Ancient music using lute, lyre, and harp.
25 terms
Music History
The Middle Class
The Nobility (upper class)
The Church
Vocal
Musicians in the Baroque Era were funded by ...
Musicians in the Renaissance Era were funded by ...
Musicians in the Medieval Era were funded by ...
Music in the Medieval Era was mostly ...
The Middle Class
Musicians in the Baroque Era were funded by ...
The Nobility (upper class)
Musicians in the Renaissance Era were funded by ...
Music History Timeline
Renaissance
Giovanni Palestrina
Orlande de Lassus
Tomas Luis de Victoria
1450-1600
1525-1594- Renaissance
1532-1594-Renaissance
1548-1611-Renaissance
Renaissance
1450-1600
Giovanni Palestrina
1525-1594- Renaissance
13 terms
Music History
Pavane
Galliard
Recitative
Cantus Firmus
Slow Dance
Fast Dance
Tells a story, it is understandable and simple
A fix song based on Gregorian chant which is the base in othe…
Pavane
Slow Dance
Galliard
Fast Dance
49 terms
Music History: Music Basics
Rhythm
Beats
Accent
Meter
The arrangement of durations (long & short notes) in a musica…
Provide basic unit of time in music
Some beats are more emphatic
Any recurring pattern of strong and weak beats
Rhythm
The arrangement of durations (long & short notes) in a musica…
Beats
Provide basic unit of time in music
45 terms
Music History: Composers/Time Periods
Leonin
Hildegarde von Bingen
Perotin the Great
Guillaume de Machaut
Medieval Period
Medieval Period
Medieval Period
Medieval Period
Leonin
Medieval Period
Hildegarde von Bingen
Medieval Period
65 terms
Music History Review 1
When was the Medieval era
When was the Renaissance era
When was the Baroque era
When was the Classical era
c.476 - 1450
c.1450-1600
c.1600 - 1750
c.1750-1820
When was the Medieval era
c.476 - 1450
When was the Renaissance era
c.1450-1600
231 terms
Music Praxis - Music History
Antiquity
Medieval
Renaissance
Baroque
500AD-500BC
500BC-1300
1300-1600
1600-1750
Antiquity
500AD-500BC
Medieval
500BC-1300
64 terms
Music History - Elements of Music
elements of music
melody
strong melody
weak melody
melody, rhythm, harmony, musical texture, musical form, tempo…
a succession of single pitches or tones perceived by the mind…
a melody that a piece of music revolves itself around; a melo…
a melody that forces some other element of the music into pro…
elements of music
melody, rhythm, harmony, musical texture, musical form, tempo…
melody
a succession of single pitches or tones perceived by the mind…
Music History
Classical style
Romanticism
New German school
Late romanticism
Set an archtype or model for others to follow. Also suggest a…
Emotional expression, conflict and climax, dramatic. Somewher…
Started during the late romantic era. Not conventional compos…
Return to conventional forms with the emphasis on traditional…
Classical style
Set an archtype or model for others to follow. Also suggest a…
Romanticism
Emotional expression, conflict and climax, dramatic. Somewher…
77 terms
Music History
Doctrine of Ethos
skolion
De institutione musica
Edict of Milan
belief to influence human character
songs sung in ancient greece
First musical work printed in venice
agreement to treat christians good in the roman empire
Doctrine of Ethos
belief to influence human character
skolion
songs sung in ancient greece
9 terms
Music History
Brandenburg Concerto
"Little" Fugue in G minor
"Tu se' morta"
Dido's Lament: When I am laid
-Composed by J. S Bach ... -Has a cadenza ... -Opens in ritornello…
-Composed by J. S Bach ... -Switches from major to minor keys ... -…
-Texture is homophonic ... -Written by Monteverdi ... -Its a recita…
-Composed by Henry Purcell ... -Introduced BASSO OSTINATO which…
Brandenburg Concerto
-Composed by J. S Bach ... -Has a cadenza ... -Opens in ritornello…
"Little" Fugue in G minor
-Composed by J. S Bach ... -Switches from major to minor keys ... -…
42 terms
Music History
Neumes
Heightened neumes
Guido Arezzo
Versus
Latin, neuma, meaning gestures, are musical notations represe…
Neumes placed at various heights which clears contour.
A monk (991-after 1033) who suggested an arrangement of lines…
Latin song, normally sacred with rhymed poetry, following a r…
Neumes
Latin, neuma, meaning gestures, are musical notations represe…
Heightened neumes
Neumes placed at various heights which clears contour.
39 terms
Music history
Charlemage
Chant
St. Augustine
Vernacular
French man who collected an army and took over England - 800A…
Unmeasured, vocal, modal, a-cappella, monophonic, and all men
Organized the Church and gave the Pope more power. Thought mu…
Main communication in a group of people
Charlemage
French man who collected an army and took over England - 800A…
Chant
Unmeasured, vocal, modal, a-cappella, monophonic, and all men
Music History
Aerophones
Chordophones
Electro phones
Idiophones
Sound generator is on column of air
Sound generator is a stretched string
Generating their sound by means of electricity
Own material is sound generator
Aerophones
Sound generator is on column of air
Chordophones
Sound generator is a stretched string
185 terms
Music History
bull lyre
hymn
diatonic
improvisation, improvising
Sumerian lyre with a bull's head at one end of the soundbox
song to or in honor of a god. In the christian tradition, son…
1. a tetrachord with two whole tones and one semitone... 2. a sc…
spontaneous invention of music while performing, including de…
bull lyre
Sumerian lyre with a bull's head at one end of the soundbox
hymn
song to or in honor of a god. In the christian tradition, son…
107 terms
Music History Final Study Guide
Pio Ospedale della Pietà, Venice
Concertato
Ritornello (5) Solo (4)
Solo concerto (Fast, Slow, Fast)
A charitable organization for indillegent, illegitimate, or o…
"To contend/work with" - is later applied to large ensemble i…
Typical form of Vivaldi's Fast movement that alternates betwe…
Vivaldi's Concerto form ... Outer mvts constructed from series o…
Pio Ospedale della Pietà, Venice
A charitable organization for indillegent, illegitimate, or o…
Concertato
"To contend/work with" - is later applied to large ensemble i…
40 terms
Music History
Chromatic Scale
Pentatonic Scale
Whole-tone scale
Octatonic Scale
All 12 tones of an octave
5 tones, the 5 black keys of a piano, often used in asian mus…
6 tones, all whole steps, Debussy, all the intervals are the…
8 tones, Bartok used this a lot, back and forth between whole…
Chromatic Scale
All 12 tones of an octave
Pentatonic Scale
5 tones, the 5 black keys of a piano, often used in asian mus…
Music History - iMusic
Middle Ages
The Renaissance
Baroque Period
Classical Period
400-1400
1500-1600
1600-1750
1750-1820
Middle Ages
400-1400
The Renaissance
1500-1600
9 terms
Music History- Elements of Music
Melody
Rhythm
Harmony
Dynamics
pitch such as register (high, low), range, ... scales, modes, se…
beats, tempos, duple/triple meter, ... time signatures Simple t…
Chord Progressions, broken chords like apperggios two parts-t…
degrees of loudness and softness, extreme dynamic
Melody
pitch such as register (high, low), range, ... scales, modes, se…
Rhythm
beats, tempos, duple/triple meter, ... time signatures Simple t…
Music History
Antiquity
Plato
Medieval
Roman Catholic Liturgy - Ordinary (inv…
Mesopotamian/Babylonian... Ancient Greece... China... Ancient Egypt... He…
Being is always in the process of becoming
Plain song... gregorian chant... neumatic notation... SUNG IN LATIN... LI…
Kyrie (greek)... Gloria... Credo... Sanctus/Benedictus... Agnus Dei
Antiquity
Mesopotamian/Babylonian... Ancient Greece... China... Ancient Egypt... He…
Plato
Being is always in the process of becoming
402 terms
Music History
absolute music
accompanied recitative
affections
Agnus Dei
Music that is independent of words, drama, visual images, or…
RECITATIVE that uses ORCHESTRAL accompaniment to dramatize th…
Objectified or archetypal emotions or states of mind, such as…
(Latin, 'Lamb of God') Fifth of the five major musical items…
absolute music
Music that is independent of words, drama, visual images, or…
accompanied recitative
RECITATIVE that uses ORCHESTRAL accompaniment to dramatize th…
34 terms
Music History
Melody
Pitch/Tone
Octave
Harmony
tune,Voice, or line
pitch are oscillating at 440 per second. pitch/tone are simal…
higher note has a sound wave frequency of vibration 2 that of…
Simulates pitches/tones
Melody
tune,Voice, or line
Pitch/Tone
pitch are oscillating at 440 per second. pitch/tone are simal…
64 terms
Music History
cultivated music
vernacular music
call and response
breaks
music that has been brought to this country and taught
music we sing and hear as naturally as we speak our native to…
common in west Africa; soloist starts the song then chorus an…
interludes in music
cultivated music
music that has been brought to this country and taught
vernacular music
music we sing and hear as naturally as we speak our native to…
73 terms
Music History
talea
color
isorhythm
Ars Nova
"measuring rod"-pattern of rhythm. The color and talea could…
recurring melodic pattern. Melodic intervals.
Composers of Ars Nova motets placed particular emphasis on su…
(The New Art)-a composite of fragments and commentaries based…
talea
"measuring rod"-pattern of rhythm. The color and talea could…
color
recurring melodic pattern. Melodic intervals.
547 terms
Music History
lyre
orchestral score order
harp
hymn
Plucked string instrument with a resonating soundbox, two arm…
Flutes (Fl or Fls)... Oboes (Ob or Obs)... Clarinets (Cl or Cls)... Ba…
Plucked string instrument with a resonating soundbox, neck, a…
Song to or in honor of a god. In the Christian tradition, son…
lyre
Plucked string instrument with a resonating soundbox, two arm…
orchestral score order
Flutes (Fl or Fls)... Oboes (Ob or Obs)... Clarinets (Cl or Cls)... Ba…
53 terms
Music History
Fugue
Canon
Lied
Motet
a piece of music that contains two or more musical ideas. Mul…
a piece in which the same melody is begun in different parts…
German art song
a short piece of sacred choral music, typically polyphonic an…
Fugue
a piece of music that contains two or more musical ideas. Mul…
Canon
a piece in which the same melody is begun in different parts…
15 terms
Music History
A Sense of History (Schlabach)
The Medieval Era
"Gregorian" chant
plainchant
1. Some things happened before other things.... 2. Some things o…
- 400/450 - 1450... - Pythagoras (blacksmith story) discussed ph…
- plainchant
...
A Sense of History (Schlabach)
1. Some things happened before other things.... 2. Some things o…
The Medieval Era
- 400/450 - 1450... - Pythagoras (blacksmith story) discussed ph…
26 terms
Music History Last test
serialism
Ernest Krenek
Milton Babbitt
Igor Stravinsky
Compositional procedure in which choices are selected in pre-…
Important 12-tone composer ... Important in dispersing info on 1…
Taught at Princeton ... took 12-tone music in a new direction a…
Signaled a partial abandonment of neoclassical style when he…
serialism
Compositional procedure in which choices are selected in pre-…
Ernest Krenek
Important 12-tone composer ... Important in dispersing info on 1…
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