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What were common topics of secular music in the Renaissance? Two common topics were money and love.
What is a pavane? What is a galliard? What is the difference between the two? A pavane is a slow dance includes bows and curtsies.A galliard is a lively dance that men jump in the air in. The difference is that one is slow and formal while the other is very lively.
What were two instruments that were popular during the Renaissance? Two famous instruments were the lute and the recorder.
What type of book was Cervantes making fun of when he wrote Don Quixote? Don Quixote made fun of romances of chivalry.
What is a bard, and why is Shakespeare sometimes called “The Bard of Avon?” A Bard is a poet and Shakespeare was born in Stratford-on-Avon.