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Music Hist and Lit I

Who, When, Where, What Category

Boethius De Institution musica, 480-524, most revered authority on music in the middle ages
Hildegard of Bingen 1098-1179, one of the first female composers, Ordo Virtutum (sacred music drama), Bingen (found own convent)
Goliards Songs from wandering students and clerics, song topics range form religion and morality to drinking, love, and pleasures, 10th-13th century
Jongleurs Traveled alone or in groups, earned a living by performing tricks/telling stories/singing/playing instruments
Trouveres Old French, Northern France, Adam De La Halle-Robins m'aime (1284)
Troubadours Southern France, Comtessa de Dia-A Chantar, 12th/13th century
Guido of Arezzo Micrologus (1025-1028)-organum in a range of choices using oblique and parallel motion,
Leonin (1150-1201),Viderunt Omnes (organum duplum), Paris
Perotin (late 12th and early 13th centuries), Viderunt Omnes (organum quadruplum), France
Giotto (1266-1337), Florentine Painter, broke away from Byzantine Style, more naturalistic representation
De Vitry (1291-1361), Ars Nova, Motet composer, In arboris/Tuba sacre fidei/Virgo sum
Marchaut (1300-1377), France, French Ars Nova, La Messe de Nostre Dame
Landini (1325-1397), Italy, blind composer and master of many instruments (especially organetto), Landini cadence, Ballata composer, Non avra ma pieta
Glareanus (1488-1563), Swiss theorist, wrote Dodekachordon (12 string lyre, 1547), added 4 new modes to the original 8
Petrucci (1466-1539), Venice, first collection of polyphonic music printed entirely from movable type
Attaingnant (1494-1551), Paris, printing from a single impression, more efficient and less costly than Petrucci's method or printing
Dustable (1390-1453), England, mathematician/astronomer/musician, Quam Pulchra Es
Tinctoris (1435-1511), Liber de arte contrapuncti (A Book on the Art of Counterpoint)
DuFay (1397-1474), France/Italy/Germany, leading composer of his time, Resvellies Vous (ballade), Missa Se La face ay pale (Cantus-firmus mass)
Ockeghem (1420-1497), France, singer/composer, Missa De plus en plus (Cantus-firmus mass)
Created by: musicgeek424