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26 terms
World Classical Music- Renaissance
Motet
In a ______, composers took an existin…
Motets most important Composer?
The ____ started as a sacred genre but…
Most important popular genres of the renaissance
Motet, cantus firmus
Josquin
motet, secular
Motet
Most important popular genres of the renaissance
In a ______, composers took an existin…
Motet, cantus firmus
Music classic and renaissance
first opera
Baroque composers
Baroque music components
early baroque components
• 1598 Peri's Dafne, (Florence)
Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)... jean-Baptiste Lully (1632-168…
1. instruments in church service and the public can now attend
Homophonic texture. Opera develops from desire to tell a stor…
first opera
• 1598 Peri's Dafne, (Florence)
Baroque composers
Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)... jean-Baptiste Lully (1632-168…
41 terms
St Ambrose Music - Renaissance & Baroque & Classical
Renaissance
Modal
Major
Minor
It means 'rebirth' and denotes a period in history where ther…
Term used to describe music based on a mode. There are a numb…
The music sounds in a ... key (tonality) - often described as…
The music sounds in a ... key (tonality), often described as…
Renaissance
It means 'rebirth' and denotes a period in history where ther…
Modal
Term used to describe music based on a mode. There are a numb…
52 terms
Da Capo History of Western Classical Music - Renaissance
Renaissance
15th to 16th Century... Renaissance
Franco - Flemish composers - Dufay... Ren…
Franco - Flemish composers - Gilles Bi…
Beginning of 15th century to end of 16th century. One of most…
Late 14th century Burgundy [south central France] under contr…
Guillaume Dufay 1400 to 1474. Leading composer of Burgundian…
1400 to 1460. One of leading composers of first half of 15th…
Renaissance
Beginning of 15th century to end of 16th century. One of most…
15th to 16th Century... Renaissance
Late 14th century Burgundy [south central France] under contr…
6 terms
Music Classic Hits The Renaissance Period
The Renaissance Period was an age of _…
What is polyphonic music?
What does Acappella mean?
What are Madrigals?
Discovery, Exploration and learning.
Where there were two or more melodies of equal importance wea…
Without Music.
polyphonic songs for three or more singers.
The Renaissance Period was an age of _…
Discovery, Exploration and learning.
What is polyphonic music?
Where there were two or more melodies of equal importance wea…
Quiz #2 Renaissance& Baroque Era Classical Music
word painting
Motet
Anthem
choral
Music that imitates, describes, or conjures images of a text…
In the Renaissance, a scared choral work from the Catholic Ch…
An English sacred choral work
more than one singer to a part
word painting
Music that imitates, describes, or conjures images of a text…
Motet
In the Renaissance, a scared choral work from the Catholic Ch…
91 terms
Music: Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical Period
Roman Catholic Church
Medium Aeveum
High middle age
Late Middle Age
It is a political, social and cultural institution during the…
It means "middle age" and is the source of the English word "…
(Identify if the given is in its early, high, or late middle…
It killed third of Europe's population, almost 34 million peo…
Roman Catholic Church
It is a political, social and cultural institution during the…
Medium Aeveum
It means "middle age" and is the source of the English word "…
27 terms
Music Comp medieval and renaissance and baroque and classical
Gregorian chant AKA
Gregorian chant named after
Doctor of catholic church
Saved church music
Plainsong
Pope Gregory 1
Hildegard
Palestrina
Gregorian chant AKA
Plainsong
Gregorian chant named after
Pope Gregory 1
49 terms
Music Final (Classical, Romantic, Baroque, Renaissance)
Among the many new genre cultivated in…
The main element of the classical styl…
The style that developed in the classi…
The style characterized by surprising…
Symphony.
a. Lyrical Melody.... b. Homophonic Structure.... c. Diatonic struc…
Gallant
Empfindesamer stil.
Among the many new genre cultivated in…
Symphony.
The main element of the classical styl…
a. Lyrical Melody.... b. Homophonic Structure.... c. Diatonic struc…
13 terms
music appreciation (Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, & Classical)
"O Successores"
"Angus Dei"
"Flow My Tears" (1600 Lute)
"Brandenburg Concerto No 5 (Mov't 1)"
Hindegard of Bingen, Middle Ages
Guillaume de Machaut, Middle Ages
John Dowland, Renaissance
Johann Sebastian Bach, Baroque
"O Successores"
Hindegard of Bingen, Middle Ages
"Angus Dei"
Guillaume de Machaut, Middle Ages
20 terms
Music Quiz Middle Ages - Renaissance - Baroque - Classical
The two giants of the Baroque period.
One basic mood.
Terraced Dynamics
Organ and the Harpsichord
Johann Bach and George Frideric Handel
What kind of mood do Baroque compositions usually express wit…
Used in the Baroque era, sudden alterations between loud and…
The main two keyboard instruments in the Baroque period.
The two giants of the Baroque period.
Johann Bach and George Frideric Handel
One basic mood.
What kind of mood do Baroque compositions usually express wit…
20 terms
Music of the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical Eras
Medieval
Renaissance
Baroque
Classical
450 - 1450... Church dominated the culture, including music... Sacr…
1450 - 1600... Church continues to dominate... Harmony and rhythm h…
1600 - 1750... Grandeur, exuberance, detailed shift from church…
1750 - 1820... Refined, Simplified... "Age of Enlightenment"... scienc…
Medieval
450 - 1450... Church dominated the culture, including music... Sacr…
Renaissance
1450 - 1600... Church continues to dominate... Harmony and rhythm h…
20 terms
Music of the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical Eras
Medieval
Renaissance
Baroque
Classical
450 - 1450... Church dominated the culture, including music... Sacr…
1450 - 1600... Church continues to dominate... Harmony and rhythm h…
1600 - 1750... Grandeur, exuberance, detailed shift from church…
1750 - 1820... Refined, Simplified... "Age of Enlightenment"... scienc…
Medieval
450 - 1450... Church dominated the culture, including music... Sacr…
Renaissance
1450 - 1600... Church continues to dominate... Harmony and rhythm h…
30 terms
Classical Music
1725-1810
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Joseph Haydn
Simplicity
Sacred Music
Dates of the Classical period
Composers of the classical period
The focus of the classical period
Religious Music
1725-1810
Dates of the Classical period
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Joseph Haydn
Composers of the classical period
8 terms
Renaissance Music
Renaissance
Cantus Firmus
Secular
Madrigal
Rebirth
"Fixed Song", a pre-existing melody that is used as a base wi…
Not of the Church
Secular pieces based on poems and word paintings, usually usi…
Renaissance
Rebirth
Cantus Firmus
"Fixed Song", a pre-existing melody that is used as a base wi…
6 terms
Renaissance Music (Survey of Music)
Humanism
Printing Press
Viol
Recorder
a cultural movement that create a "throw-back" in thought to…
a machine for printing text or pictures.
a musical instrument from the Renaissance period, typically h…
a musical instrument that is shaped like a tube with holes an…
Humanism
a cultural movement that create a "throw-back" in thought to…
Printing Press
a machine for printing text or pictures.
32 terms
Music of the Renaissance
humanism
counterpoint
homophony
polyphony
An early Renaissance intellectual and cultural movement that…
A style of writing in which every voice is a melody and all v…
A musical texture in which a melody is performed with a suppo…
A musical texture consisting of multiple lines of equal impor…
humanism
An early Renaissance intellectual and cultural movement that…
counterpoint
A style of writing in which every voice is a melody and all v…
399 terms
Music Appreciation Jazz, Music, Middle Renaissance Baroque, Music Classical Period, Baroque Period, and The Late Romantic Period
Jazz
Jazz styles
Call and Response
Band Music
Music rooted in improvisation and characterized by syncopated…
1900-1950
In Jazz, a pattern in which one voice or instrument is answer…
Band music was a great contributor to Jazz. African Americans…
Jazz
Music rooted in improvisation and characterized by syncopated…
Jazz styles
1900-1950
28 terms
Renaissance Music
Josquin Desprez
Ave Maria (Aspects of the Listening Ou…
Imitation
As Vesta Was Descending (1601) by Thom…
- masses, secular music, and motets is what he wrote, strongl…
- Delicate, serene, polyphonic imitation, imitated by alto, t…
Repetition of a melody in polyphonic texture
6 voices, love song
Josquin Desprez
- masses, secular music, and motets is what he wrote, strongl…
Ave Maria (Aspects of the Listening Ou…
- Delicate, serene, polyphonic imitation, imitated by alto, t…
11 terms
Classical Music
Piano
Composer
Mozart
Beethoven
A musical instrument with a keyboard and wooden case enclosin…
A person who writes music
Austrian composer and pianist ... - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756…
German composer and pianist ... - Ludwig van Beethoven 1770-1827
Piano
A musical instrument with a keyboard and wooden case enclosin…
Composer
A person who writes music
9 terms
Renaissance Music
What period in time is considered rena…
What country's influences come into Re…
What aspect of life is the greatest in…
How will the melody sound in Medieval…
1400-1600 AD
Italian more than any other country
The Roman Catholic church is the center of power and wealth a…
moves slowly over a small range of pitches seems to start and…
What period in time is considered rena…
1400-1600 AD
What country's influences come into Re…
Italian more than any other country
42 terms
Renaissance Music
John Dunstaple
Quam pulchra es
Contenance angeloise
English discant
60 compositions (motet, polyphonic Mass movements). Used pan-…
motet by Dunstaple. Uses pan-consonance, every note is a memb…
the "English Manner" of composition that 15th century contine…
a general term for the technique in 15th century English musi…
John Dunstaple
60 compositions (motet, polyphonic Mass movements). Used pan-…
Quam pulchra es
motet by Dunstaple. Uses pan-consonance, every note is a memb…
16 terms
IGCSE Music: Classical Music
Gluck
Haydn
Mozart
Salieri
German opera composer.
Austrian strings composer.
Austrian piano/vocal composer. One of the most famous compose…
Italian opera composer.
Gluck
German opera composer.
Haydn
Austrian strings composer.
36 terms
Renaissance Music
Motet
Hymm
Chorale
Anthem
Small sacred vocal composition in 4-6 parts, written in secti…
Small sacred vocal composition. Polyphonic, written in verses…
Small sacred vocal composition. A 4 part hymm adopted by Mart…
Small sacred vocal composition. Anglican version of motet.
Motet
Small sacred vocal composition in 4-6 parts, written in secti…
Hymm
Small sacred vocal composition. Polyphonic, written in verses…
14 terms
Renaissance Music
Definition of period and role of music…
Josquin Desprez
Claudio Monteverdi
the Florentines
[1300-1600] The music becomes more for people and entertainme…
Helped develop the mass, the motet, and the chanson
Wrote the first known opera, first madrigal composer
Attacked word painting and counterpoint, championed the opera…
Definition of period and role of music…
[1300-1600] The music becomes more for people and entertainme…
Josquin Desprez
Helped develop the mass, the motet, and the chanson
36 terms
Renaissance Music
Motet
Hymm
Chorale
Anthem
Small sacred vocal composition in 4-6 parts, written in secti…
Small sacred vocal composition. Polyphonic, written in verses…
Small sacred vocal composition. A 4 part hymm adopted by Mart…
Small sacred vocal composition. Anglican version of motet.
Motet
Small sacred vocal composition in 4-6 parts, written in secti…
Hymm
Small sacred vocal composition. Polyphonic, written in verses…
45 terms
Classical Music
Classical Music
1750-1820
dynamics
restrained
traditional genre of music conforming to an established form…
In what time period was classical music developed?
p<f>p... Piano... Element of musical expression relating to the de…
...
Classical Music
traditional genre of music conforming to an established form…
1750-1820
In what time period was classical music developed?
12 terms
Classical music
opera
oratorio
concerto
sonata
a dramatic work in one or more acts, set to music for singers…
a musical composition for voices and orchestra based on a rel…
composition for soloist and orchestra in three movements (fir…
a composition of three or four independent movements, written…
opera
a dramatic work in one or more acts, set to music for singers…
oratorio
a musical composition for voices and orchestra based on a rel…
56 terms
Renaissance Music
word painting
Rebirth
madrigals
Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, & Agnus…
expressive device Renaissance composers favored that linked t…
What does the word "Renaissance" mean?
What is performed anywhere but in Church?
What are the sections of the Ordinary Mass?
word painting
expressive device Renaissance composers favored that linked t…
Rebirth
What does the word "Renaissance" mean?
21 terms
Renaissance Music
1450
1600
rebirth
Printing Press
The Renaissance started in _________.
The Renaissance ended in __________.
Renaissance means ________________.
The most important invention of the Renaissance was the _____…
1450
The Renaissance started in _________.
1600
The Renaissance ended in __________.
23 terms
Renaissance Music
Motet ... .
hymn
chorale
anthem
Small sacred vocal composition in 4-6 parts, written in secti…
Small sacred vocal composition. Polyphonic, written in verses…
Small sacred vocal composition. A 4 part hymm adopted by Mart…
Small sacred vocal composition. Anglican version of motet.
Motet ... .
Small sacred vocal composition in 4-6 parts, written in secti…
hymn
Small sacred vocal composition. Polyphonic, written in verses…
20 terms
Renaissance Music
Renaissance music
time frame
term - renaissance
humanism
1450-1600
-began in Italy around 1350... -later spread to northern Europe…
-means rebirth, reawakening... -inspired by ancient Greece and R…
-different from medieval philosophy... -emphasis: human worth, c…
Renaissance music
1450-1600
time frame
-began in Italy around 1350... -later spread to northern Europe…
22 terms
Renaissance music
Musica ficta
Motet
Fauxbourdon
Canon
In POLYPHONY of the fourteenth through sixteenth centuries, t…
(from French mot, "word") POLYPHONIC vocal COMPOSITION; the s…
two voices are written, moving mostly in parallel sixths and…
several voices sing the same MELODY, entering at certain inte…
Musica ficta
In POLYPHONY of the fourteenth through sixteenth centuries, t…
Motet
(from French mot, "word") POLYPHONIC vocal COMPOSITION; the s…
22 terms
Classical Music
Crescendo
Decrescendo
Father of the Modern Day Symphony
String Quartet
Gradually louder
Gradually softer
What was Franz Joseph Haydn's nickname?
Which musical style did Haydn invent?
Crescendo
Gradually louder
Decrescendo
Gradually softer
31 terms
Classical Music
1750 - 1810
Clarinet
Pairs
Strings
The dates for the classical period.
The clarinet was invented and became really popular in the cl…
Woodwind instruments in the classical orchestra were often se…
The string family formed the basis of the orchestra and was g…
1750 - 1810
The dates for the classical period.
Clarinet
The clarinet was invented and became really popular in the cl…
53 terms
Classical music
Beethoven
Mozart
Haydn
Classical concerto
Composed Symphony in C minor
Requiem Mass
Symphony 101
Used bigger orchestra; blended solo parts with orchestral
Beethoven
Composed Symphony in C minor
Mozart
Requiem Mass
Music of the Renaissance
renaissance
printing press
protestant reformation
William tyndale
a rebirth or revival in the interest of the arts of ancient G…
by Johannes Gutenberg in 1440 made possible the wide dissemin…
began in 1517 when german theologian, scholar and monk martin…
called the Tyndale bible published in 1526
renaissance
a rebirth or revival in the interest of the arts of ancient G…
printing press
by Johannes Gutenberg in 1440 made possible the wide dissemin…
30 terms
Renaissance Music
How long did the Renaissance last?
What did Christopher Columbus accompli…
What is the importance of Martin Luthe…
Council of Trent
1450-1600
"Discovered" North America in 1492
Written in 1517, the 95 theses was a document that identifies…
From 1545-63, the Council of Trent met to attempt to correct…
How long did the Renaissance last?
1450-1600
What did Christopher Columbus accompli…
"Discovered" North America in 1492
10 terms
renaissance music
variantions
toccata
prelude
madrigal
secular, instrument
secular, instrument
instrument, secular
secular, vocal
variantions
secular, instrument
toccata
secular, instrument
11 terms
Renaissance Music
Time period of Renaissance music
What does word "Renaissance" mean?
What is the driving force of the Renai…
Are harmonies in the Renaissance perio…
1400-1600
rebirth
church
slow
Time period of Renaissance music
1400-1600
What does word "Renaissance" mean?
rebirth
20 terms
Renaissance music
The renaissance period first began in…
Renaissance period covers the last hal…
By the mid renaissance, _____ parts ha…
One of the major elements of renaissan…
Italy
fifteenth, sixteenth
four
imitation
The renaissance period first began in…
Italy
Renaissance period covers the last hal…
fifteenth, sixteenth
8 terms
Classical Music
Haydn, Symphony No. 94 "Surprise" in G…
Mozart, Symphony No. 40 in G Minor (1s…
Mozart, The Magic Flute: Queen of the…
Mozart, Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major…
Haydn, Symphony No. 94 "Surprise" in G Major (2nd movement)*
Mozart, Symphony No. 40 in G Minor (1st movement)
Mozart, The Magic Flute: Queen of the Night, aria, singspiel…
Mozart, Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major (3rd movement)
Haydn, Symphony No. 94 "Surprise" in G…
Haydn, Symphony No. 94 "Surprise" in G Major (2nd movement)*
Mozart, Symphony No. 40 in G Minor (1s…
Mozart, Symphony No. 40 in G Minor (1st movement)
10 terms
Classical Music
Definition of period and role of music…
Mozart
Haydn
Beethoven
[1750-1820]... Innovation of public concerts - music for the gen…
Born in Salzburg, spent a lot of time in Vienna. Wrote many o…
Wrote a lot of symphonies. ( A lot of everything) Came from a…
THE transition composer from Classicism to Romanticism. Stric…
Definition of period and role of music…
[1750-1820]... Innovation of public concerts - music for the gen…
Mozart
Born in Salzburg, spent a lot of time in Vienna. Wrote many o…
19 terms
Renaissance Music
Humanism
Word painting
Polyphonic
Homophonic
Intellectual movement focused on human life and its accomplis…
Musical representation of specific poetic images
Many parts with nearly equal melodic interest in turn
Successions of chords
Humanism
Intellectual movement focused on human life and its accomplis…
Word painting
Musical representation of specific poetic images
21 terms
Renaissance Music
Renaissance music
Ottaviano Petrucci
Canon
Consort
Typically thought as European music that developed during the…
Printed the first significant collection of pollyphonic music
A piece of music in which one part echoes or imitates what th…
An instrumental ensemble consisting of six intruments: flute…
Renaissance music
Typically thought as European music that developed during the…
Ottaviano Petrucci
Printed the first significant collection of pollyphonic music
6 terms
Classical music
orchestra
composer
symphony
choir
orkiestra
komposter
symfonia
chór
orchestra
orkiestra
composer
komposter
318 terms
Classical Music
Marriage of Figaro
Don Giovanni, incl. "Catalogue Aria"
The Magic Flute, incl. "Der Holle Rach…
Jupiter Symphony (no. 41)
Mozart
Mozart
Mozart
Mozart
Marriage of Figaro
Mozart
Don Giovanni, incl. "Catalogue Aria"
Mozart
9 terms
Classical Music
Mozart
Beethoven
Classical Time Period
Sonata
Died at the age of 35
Wrote 9 Symphonies
1750-1820
3 movement intrumental composition
Mozart
Died at the age of 35
Beethoven
Wrote 9 Symphonies
10 terms
Renaissance music
Chansons
Madrigal
opera
variations
polyphonic... secular
polyphonic... secular music... 4-6 voices
Secular
instrumental
Chansons
polyphonic... secular
Madrigal
polyphonic... secular music... 4-6 voices
7 terms
Renaissance Music
secular
word painting
madrigal
imitation
apart from or not related to the church - not connected with…
writing music that reflects the literal mean of a lyric (or t…
a piece for solo voices set to a short poem, usually aobut love
repetition of a melody or tune in a polyphonic texture in a d…
secular
apart from or not related to the church - not connected with…
word painting
writing music that reflects the literal mean of a lyric (or t…
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