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Musc_Test 3

most famous composers of the renaissance gabrieli, palestrina, josquin des prez
describe aressa tautive and auria auria-more song like aressa tautive-speech/reflects on action
was there a relationship between vocal and instrumental in the renaissance instrumental doubles vocal parts
what is the texture of a fugue polyphonic
did johann gutenberg's invention make it easier to get music? yes
is contrast important in baroque music true
how far back do we have reliable info on sacred music 500 BC
what is the texture of the opera shift from polyphonic to homophonic
during what period was relatively accurate music notation developed 13th century
what religious organization dominated early western music history roman catholic church
what part of the mass changes depending on the time of the year proper
is there rhythm in chant yes- depends on text
what were important musical developments of the baroque period major and minor scales/ texture/ continua/ word painting
who were the patrons of music in the renaissance great artisan writers
contrasting abrupt loudness levels are called dynamics
was it easy to understand the words of renaissance vocal music true
where did the opera begin florence, Italy
the predecessors of major/minor keys were called modes
how many movements in a concerto 3
what can you tell about gregorian chant melodic structure is repetitive and simple/ used modes as primary melodics/ stepwise in a small range
important baroque composers Bach/ Handel/ Vivaldi
when did major and minor keys begin to appear baroque period
what is equal temperament even tuning across all notes
what is continuo chords with a bass line
Fugue in C Minor Bach
Gloria Palestrina
If Ye Love Me Tallis
The Frog Galliard Dowland
When I am Laid in earth Purcell
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