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Music Unit1 Sec14-16

Music Terms

A Cappela Choral music with out instruments.
Cantus Firmus Fixed melody.
Humanism Phylosophy focused on earthly and individual existence.
Josquin de Prez Transformational figure from medieval to renaissance period who wrote motets.
Motet Poliphonic vocal genre.
Vernacular Common language spoken by people.
Requiem Death mass.
Palestrina Answered demands of counter reformation with clear choral settings.
Madrigals Setting lyrics to love poems.
Monteverdi Master of madrigals and operas.
Sackbut Brass instruments; Ancestor of trombone.
Cornetto Early instrument of brass family with woodwind like finger holes developed from cow horn but made from wood.
Created by: marpena