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10 History

medieval composers

Haec Dies Gregorian chant used in churches - anonymous
Haec Dies organum anonymous. A development especially by the Notre Dame school where extra parts are added to the basic chant
Notre Dame school Composers who worked at this Paris cathedral in the late middle Ages, especially Leonin and his student Perotin.
O Mitissima/Virgo Serena/Haec Dies anonymous sacred motet - polytextual
Ordo Virtutem musical play by Hildegaard von Bingen
Ce Fut En Mai troubadour song ( monophonic chanson) by Moniot D'Arras
Chansonnier De Roy collection of instrumental dances including Estampie #4; anonymous
Puis Qu'en oubli Rondeau (1300s polyphonic chanson) by Guillaume de Marchaut
Created by: tdaniell