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21 terms
renaissance period music history
1450-1600
intellect, culture
opera, monody
rebirth
the dates for the beginning and ending of the renaissance per…
the important development in human history that began around…
the important development in human history that began ca. 160…
Renaissance means....?
1450-1600
the dates for the beginning and ending of the renaissance per…
intellect, culture
the important development in human history that began around…
25 terms
Renaissance (Music History)
When was the Renaissance?
Renaissance
Sacred
Secular
1400-1600
Re-birth
religious
non-religious
When was the Renaissance?
1400-1600
Renaissance
Re-birth
49 terms
Music History: Renaissance
What does Humanism in the Renaissance…
What does Individualism in the Renaiss…
Where were musicians performing? court…
At court chapels, musicians provided m…
Study of the humanities:... things pertaining to human knowledge…
Unique personal style in musical compositions & the rise of t…
court chapels
religious services, court entertainment
What does Humanism in the Renaissance…
Study of the humanities:... things pertaining to human knowledge…
What does Individualism in the Renaiss…
Unique personal style in musical compositions & the rise of t…
51 terms
Music history Renaissance
Renaissance
Summer Canon
Rota
Pes
Start of 15th century; Du Fay - isorhythmic
English 13 century; London; accompanied round with as many as…
Round (sung by 4 people)
Something sung over repetitive phrase in round
Renaissance
Start of 15th century; Du Fay - isorhythmic
Summer Canon
English 13 century; London; accompanied round with as many as…
13 terms
Music History I Renaissance
Innsbruck Ich Muss Dich Lassen
Lo non compro, piu speranza
Missa Pange Lingua: Kyrie
Quam Pulchra Es
Isaac; 1490; Tenorlied, homophonic
Cara; 1504; Frottola, dance rhythms
Josquin; 1513; mass, imitation, Phrygian mode
John Dunstable; 1420; motet, 3 voices
Innsbruck Ich Muss Dich Lassen
Isaac; 1490; Tenorlied, homophonic
Lo non compro, piu speranza
Cara; 1504; Frottola, dance rhythms
10 terms
Renaissance Music History
humanism
polyphony
ternary form
Josquin des Prez
An early-Renaissance intellectual and cultural movement that…
A musical texture consisting of multiple lines... of equal impor…
A form consisting of three parts, labeled ABA. (Form, Organiz…
Popular Renaissance composer
humanism
An early-Renaissance intellectual and cultural movement that…
polyphony
A musical texture consisting of multiple lines... of equal impor…
68 terms
Music History Review - Renaissance
A cappella
Academy
Air de cour
Anthem
(Italian) Without instrumental accompaniment (with reference…
A learned society, founded in imitation of Plato's Academy fo…
(French) An accompanied French strophic song for one or two v…
(England) The anthem evolved from the Latin motet after the R…
A cappella
(Italian) Without instrumental accompaniment (with reference…
Academy
A learned society, founded in imitation of Plato's Academy fo…
58 terms
Renaissance Music History
Cantus firmus
Choralis Constantinus
Contenance angloise
Counterpoint
("Fixed song") The process of using a pre-existing tune as th…
A collection of over 350 polyphonic motets (using Gregorian c…
("The English sound") A term for the style or quality of musi…
Combining two or more independent melodies to make an intrica…
Cantus firmus
("Fixed song") The process of using a pre-existing tune as th…
Choralis Constantinus
A collection of over 350 polyphonic motets (using Gregorian c…
57 terms
Music History Renaissance
Middle Ages (distinctions)
Renaissance (distinctions)
Early Renaissance
Movable Type
Art of ________ (distinctions)... -2 dimensional, not true to r…
Art of __________ (distinctions)... -Adds perspective, distinct…
Important Change in _________ (manner in which various voices…
Effects Printing From ________ had on Music... music could be mo…
Middle Ages (distinctions)
Art of ________ (distinctions)... -2 dimensional, not true to r…
Renaissance (distinctions)
Art of __________ (distinctions)... -Adds perspective, distinct…
12 terms
Music History Terms - Renaissance
A cappella
Chromaticism
Consort of Instruments
Continuous Imitation
Vocal music without instrumental accompaniment. Characteristi…
Melodies that include most of all twelve semitones of the oct…
Instrumental ensemble. A whole consort consists of different-…
Renaissance polyphonic style in which the motives move from l…
A cappella
Vocal music without instrumental accompaniment. Characteristi…
Chromaticism
Melodies that include most of all twelve semitones of the oct…
43 terms
Music History: Renaissance
Renaissance date
Renaissance means:
English composers:
Burgundians
1400-1600
"rebirth" of thoughts of Classical Antiquity (Greeks and Roma…
Dunstable... Powers
Du Fay... Binchois
Renaissance date
1400-1600
Renaissance means:
"rebirth" of thoughts of Classical Antiquity (Greeks and Roma…
38 terms
Music History: Renaissance and Medieval
Landini Cadence
Fauxbourdon
Augmentation
Diminution
Skip of a third up to the tonic
Series of first inversion triads
Proportionally longer
Proportionally shorter
Landini Cadence
Skip of a third up to the tonic
Fauxbourdon
Series of first inversion triads
22 terms
Renaissance - Music History
time span
the first change in the climate was
artists and sculptors concentrated on...
painters developed the technique of
1400-1600
individual achievement
dignity of the indicidual
perspective and 3-D
time span
1400-1600
the first change in the climate was
individual achievement
11 terms
Music History Renaissance
Motet
Word painting
A capella
Counterpoint
Type of music that can be sacred or secular
Often found in madrigals
"Of the chapel"
The pitting of one melody against another
Motet
Type of music that can be sacred or secular
Word painting
Often found in madrigals
History of Music Renaissance Period
15th Century Renaissance genre
15th Century Renaissance genre 2
15th Century Renaissance genre 3
15th Century Renaissance genre 4
Motet
Mass
Madrigal
Anthem
15th Century Renaissance genre
Motet
15th Century Renaissance genre 2
Mass
31 terms
Music History Renaissance listenings
Resvellies vous
Se la face ay pale
Missa Se la face ay pale: Gloria
Je ne puis virre
Du Fay 1423 ballade
Du Fay 1430 ballade
Du Fay 1453 CF Mass
Antoine Busnoys 1460 chanson virelai 3 voices
Resvellies vous
Du Fay 1423 ballade
Se la face ay pale
Du Fay 1430 ballade
27 terms
Music History: The Renaissance
Humanism
Contenance Angloise
Panconsonance
Tirads
A philosophical movement of the Renaissance committed to inde…
Literally "the English guise"; tern used by the French poet M…
Style of writing associated with Dunstaple and Du Fay in the…
Chord of three notes whose adjacent pitches are separated by…
Humanism
A philosophical movement of the Renaissance committed to inde…
Contenance Angloise
Literally "the English guise"; tern used by the French poet M…
13 terms
Music History: The Renaissance
The Renaissance
Paraphrase
Sonority
Homophony
14th-16th centuries that began in Italy. Focused more on phil…
Used to emphasize sonorous and sensuous aspects rather than i…
Rich tone color
Music in a harmonic, chordal texture
The Renaissance
14th-16th centuries that began in Italy. Focused more on phil…
Paraphrase
Used to emphasize sonorous and sensuous aspects rather than i…
25 terms
Music History Renaissance
Consort
Sackbut
Lute
Viol
family of instruments
trombone
stringed instrument (plucked)
Stringed instrument (bowed) 15-18th century
Consort
family of instruments
Sackbut
trombone
12 terms
Renaissance Vocab - Music History
Renaissance
humanism
reformation
Anglican
rebirth
cultural movement that revived interest in Greek & Roman thou…
16th century movement for the reform of abuses of the Roman C…
relation to the Church of England
Renaissance
rebirth
humanism
cultural movement that revived interest in Greek & Roman thou…
12 terms
Music History: Renaissance Vocab
continuous imitation
homorhythmic texture
modal counterpoint
word painting
polyphony, motive passed between voices
all voices sing same rhythm
polyphonic based on modes, counterpoint
music reflects meaning of the text
continuous imitation
polyphony, motive passed between voices
homorhythmic texture
all voices sing same rhythm
56 terms
Renaissance Music History
Cantus firmus
Choralis Constantinus
Contenance angloise
Counterpoint
("Fixed song") The process of using a pre-existing tune as th…
A collection of over 350 polyphonic motets (using Gregorian c…
("The English sound") A term for the style or quality of musi…
Combining two or more independent melodies to make an intrica…
Cantus firmus
("Fixed song") The process of using a pre-existing tune as th…
Choralis Constantinus
A collection of over 350 polyphonic motets (using Gregorian c…
52 terms
History and Music Renaissance
(fill in) two composers from the renai…
(F.I) two jobs for a musician during t…
the french word "Renaissance" means __…
the city of _______ hosted the beginni…
1. Josquin ... 2. John Dowland
1.Composer ... 2.Publisher
rebirth
Florence
(fill in) two composers from the renai…
1. Josquin ... 2. John Dowland
(F.I) two jobs for a musician during t…
1.Composer ... 2.Publisher
21 terms
Music History: Renaissance Composers
Guillaume Dufay
Josquin Des Prez
Giovanni Palestrina
Orlande de Lassus
-1397-1474... -Works: Missa Se la Face ay Pale... -central figure o…
-1450/55-1521... -most famous composer between Dufay and Palestr…
-1525-1594... -created the "Palestrina Arch"... -Associated with Pr…
-1532-1594... -children made a collection of his motets posthumo…
Guillaume Dufay
-1397-1474... -Works: Missa Se la Face ay Pale... -central figure o…
Josquin Des Prez
-1450/55-1521... -most famous composer between Dufay and Palestr…
51 terms
music history: Renaissance and Baroque
anthem
carol
chanson
madrigal
a sacred polyphonic vocal composition that is in English, and…
a religious english poem in 2 or 3 parts with interchanging s…
a french song for several voices which may have instrumental…
expressive unaccompanied secular songs for 3 to 6 voices, eac…
anthem
a sacred polyphonic vocal composition that is in English, and…
carol
a religious english poem in 2 or 3 parts with interchanging s…
46 terms
Renaissance Music History Test
Anonymous
Jon Dunstable
Gilles Binchois
Guillaume Du Fay
Alleluia: A newë work (first 1/2 of 15th century)
Quad Pulchra es (first 1/2 of 15th century)
De plus en plus (1425)
Resviellies vous (1423)
Anonymous
Alleluia: A newë work (first 1/2 of 15th century)
Jon Dunstable
Quad Pulchra es (first 1/2 of 15th century)
21 terms
Music History: The Renaissance
Chiaroscuro
Renaissance
Imitative counterpoint
Homophony
the naturalistic treatment of light and shade
rebirth
contrapuntal texture marked by imitation between voices; voic…
musical texture in which all voices move together in essentia…
Chiaroscuro
the naturalistic treatment of light and shade
Renaissance
rebirth
40 terms
Medieval-Renaissance: Music History
Leonin
Thomas Morley
Philippe deVitry
Pope Gregory the Great (Pope Gregory I)
first composer of polyphonic organum; choir master at Notre D…
prominent composer of English madrigals; 16th century
author of Ars Nova - a thesis on music writing and more compl…
pope who put together and collected chants in medieval period…
Leonin
first composer of polyphonic organum; choir master at Notre D…
Thomas Morley
prominent composer of English madrigals; 16th century
History of Music/Renaissance
400 AD - 1400
Gregorian Chant
Monophonic, Unaccompanied, Non-Metrical
Unaccompanied
Middle Ages Ancient Rome Thousand Year Time Period
Sung in Latin, the official language of the church. Sung only…
3 musical characteristics of the chant
no musical instruments playing along, just the male voices
400 AD - 1400
Middle Ages Ancient Rome Thousand Year Time Period
Gregorian Chant
Sung in Latin, the official language of the church. Sung only…
27 terms
Renaissance Music History Test
Quam pulchra es
De plus en plus
Christe, redemptor omnium
Se la face ay pale
Dunstable. motet. Early 15th
Binchois. rondeau. Early 15th
Du Fay. hymn in fauxbourdon. Early 15th.
Du Fay. ballade. Early 15th.
Quam pulchra es
Dunstable. motet. Early 15th
De plus en plus
Binchois. rondeau. Early 15th
43 terms
Music HIstory Medieval/Renaissance
Monophony
Polyphony
Homophony
Melodic Contour
• Monophony (Monophonic): A single melodic line. Includes sin…
• Polyphony: Multiple, independent melodic lines overlapping…
Homophony: All voices moving together in essentially the same…
the general direction and shape of a melody... Conjunct vs. Disj…
Monophony
• Monophony (Monophonic): A single melodic line. Includes sin…
Polyphony
• Polyphony: Multiple, independent melodic lines overlapping…
14 terms
Music History 2: Renaissance
Musica Ficta
Word Painting
Continuous Imitation (Imitation)
Chromaticism
Latin term for "feigned music"; also known as "musica falsa"…
Musical pictorialization of words from the text as an express…
Renaissance polyphonic style in which the motives move from l…
A word which comes from the Greek word "chroma" and means the…
Musica Ficta
Latin term for "feigned music"; also known as "musica falsa"…
Word Painting
Musical pictorialization of words from the text as an express…
85 terms
music history (polyphony & renaissance)
two
harmony
regular
notation
Polyphony combines ___ or more simultaneous melodic lines
Polyphony:... the individual parts of a polyphonic text form ___…
Polyphony:... this helped establish a ___ meter so voices would…
precise ___ was needed to write down rhythms and pitches
two
Polyphony combines ___ or more simultaneous melodic lines
harmony
Polyphony:... the individual parts of a polyphonic text form ___…
14 terms
Music History Medieval and Renaissance
13-14th centuries
15-16th centuries
17-early 18th centuries
late 18-early 19th centuries
medieval
renaissance
baroque
classical
13-14th centuries
medieval
15-16th centuries
renaissance
14 terms
Music History: Renaissance
What are the two main forms of sacred…
What was the time period of the Renais…
What is the general mood of the Renais…
True or False? Martin Luther was a com…
Mass and Motet
1400-1600
Fast and frivolous
True.
What are the two main forms of sacred…
Mass and Motet
What was the time period of the Renais…
1400-1600
25 terms
Music History: Renaissance
When did the Renaissance occur?
What is the Renaissance known for?
What became valued for in this time pe…
Why did the church lose a great deal o…
A.D. 1450-1600
Being a time of great creativity, exploration and adventure.
The arts, the sciences and learning.
There was reformation by Martin Luther.
When did the Renaissance occur?
A.D. 1450-1600
What is the Renaissance known for?
Being a time of great creativity, exploration and adventure.
74 terms
RCM Music History II - Renaissance Music
Years of the Renaissance
Describe the 'spirit' of the Renaissance
Philosophical developments of the Rena…
3 important discoveries/inovations of…
1450-1600
Focus on human life, more secular, more evidence and less tra…
More confidence in single selves
Invention of gunpowder, invention of the compass, discovery o…
Years of the Renaissance
1450-1600
Describe the 'spirit' of the Renaissance
Focus on human life, more secular, more evidence and less tra…
23 terms
Music History - Renaissance Instrumental Music
Consort (p.150)
"High" or loud versus "Low" or soft in…
Recorders (p. 148)
Viols (p.148)
- Small ensemble of matched instruments with ranges from sopr…
- Distributed instrumentation on the basis of range
- Late 14th century... - 15th century developed into four variet…
- developed in late 15th century... - played while being held in…
Consort (p.150)
- Small ensemble of matched instruments with ranges from sopr…
"High" or loud versus "Low" or soft in…
- Distributed instrumentation on the basis of range
75 terms
Music History Renaissance Miderm
Rota
Renaissance
Humanism
English influence on music
perpetual canon on unison
(15th-17th cent) ... "rebirth"... Restoration of learning, ideas, v…
Study of things pertaining to human knowledge - individual pe…
Close political ties between France and England, leads to mus…
Rota
perpetual canon on unison
Renaissance
(15th-17th cent) ... "rebirth"... Restoration of learning, ideas, v…
Music History Renaissance
Renaissace
Humanism
Imitative counterpoint/polyphony
Homophonic Countenance Angloise
Rebirth, Scholars and artists wanted to restore the learning,…
Intellectual movement during the Renaissance, Grammar, rhetor…
A musical texture featuring two or more equally prominent, si…
The use of only 4th, 5th, and octaves as consonant.
Renaissace
Rebirth, Scholars and artists wanted to restore the learning,…
Humanism
Intellectual movement during the Renaissance, Grammar, rhetor…
24 terms
Renaissance Era Music History
Renaissance
Humanism
Heliocentric
Imitative Counterpoint
(French, "rebirth") PERIOD of art, cultural,and music history…
stressed the study of literature from Greek and Roman eras; f…
term coined by Copernicus which refers to the sun being the c…
When one voice imitates a motive or phrase in another voice,…
Renaissance
(French, "rebirth") PERIOD of art, cultural,and music history…
Humanism
stressed the study of literature from Greek and Roman eras; f…
63 terms
For Final: Music History (THE RENAISSANCE)
3 focusses of the renaissance style
The timeline of the renaissance
4 main elements of culture that have i…
1. Humanism
1. Preparing and resolving dissonance ... 2. 3rds and 6ths (full…
1425-1600
1. Humanism... 2. The printing press... 3. Rise of the Middle Class…
-You can study other things in addition to theology. ... -Famous…
3 focusses of the renaissance style
1. Preparing and resolving dissonance ... 2. 3rds and 6ths (full…
The timeline of the renaissance
1425-1600
8 terms
Music History-Renaissance
Quam pulchra es
De plus en plus
Se la face ay pale
Missa Se la face ay pale: Gloria
C: John Dunstable... D: First half of 15th century... G: Motet... L: l…
C: Binchois (Gilles de Bins)... D: 1425... G: Rondeau... L: french... F:…
C: Guillaume Du Fay... D: 1430... G: Ballade... L: French... F: Strophic…
C: Guillaume Du Fay... D: 1453... G: Gloria from Cantus Firmus Mass…
Quam pulchra es
C: John Dunstable... D: First half of 15th century... G: Motet... L: l…
De plus en plus
C: Binchois (Gilles de Bins)... D: 1425... G: Rondeau... L: french... F:…
20 terms
Music History: Medieval to Renaissance
Medieval
Organium
Ars Nira
Hexachords
500 AD to 1400
Early polyphonys
Music of French court
Group of notes that all went up in some sort of way
Medieval
500 AD to 1400
Organium
Early polyphonys
69 terms
History & Music (Renaissance)
There are _______ start and end dates…
Name two composers from the renaissance.
What are two jobs musicians could have…
The French word "Renaissance" means
Many
Josquin, Palestrina, Dunstable, Du Fay
Singer or composer
Rebirth
There are _______ start and end dates…
Many
Name two composers from the renaissance.
Josquin, Palestrina, Dunstable, Du Fay
46 terms
Renaissance Music History
pan consonant
Motet (Renaissance)
contenance angloise
faburden
sacred, pleasant/beautiful, ars perfecta, Josquin
latin, acappella, sacred word, multiple voice parts, short
expression, dsguise, sound, english
imporvisatory (results in new sound)
pan consonant
sacred, pleasant/beautiful, ars perfecta, Josquin
Motet (Renaissance)
latin, acappella, sacred word, multiple voice parts, short
13 terms
Music History; Renaissance
Burgundian School Member
The Canon
Ave Maria
The Madrigal
Guillaume DuFay
Musical counterpoint
Josquin Des Perez ... 1490... Famous canon
1. Medieval art song... 2. A renaissance Italian polyphonic work…
Burgundian School Member
Guillaume DuFay
The Canon
Musical counterpoint
31 terms
Music History: The Renaissance
Da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo
Martin Luther
Josquin Dez Prez
Thomas Weelkes
The "Renaissance-Men", each specializing in a variety of skil…
Friar who led the 'Protestant Reformation'. Responsible for t…
Served in duke's private chapels in Rome. Later worked for Lo…
Composer of "As Vesta", associated with word painting. Known…
Da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo
The "Renaissance-Men", each specializing in a variety of skil…
Martin Luther
Friar who led the 'Protestant Reformation'. Responsible for t…
10 terms
Renaissance Music History
Girallamo Mei
Heinrich Glaren
Gutenburg
Petrucci +results of invention
Theorist, wrote treatise De Modis about music ed
Wrote treatise Do Deka Chordon with twelve models including I…
Moveable type
Printing press for music 1. Increase in secular music 2. High…
Girallamo Mei
Theorist, wrote treatise De Modis about music ed
Heinrich Glaren
Wrote treatise Do Deka Chordon with twelve models including I…
20 terms
Renaissance and Baroque Periods Music History
Baroque
1600-1750
Hallelujah Chorus
Intermedi
a "misshapen" pearl - Grotesque, distorted and extravagant.
Years of the Baroque
Handel's most famous work
the first operas- played "in the middle" of other entertainment
Baroque
a "misshapen" pearl - Grotesque, distorted and extravagant.
1600-1750
Years of the Baroque
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