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Veni redemptor genitum Attributed to St. Ambrose - chant-like (used as an office hymn during Advent)
Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland Martin Luther - 1524 - Chorale (German, sacred, F Major, 3 verses, monophonic unison, about the Savior born of a Virgin, same dynamic-loud)
Ein feste Burg Martin Luther (text and music) - 1529 - Chorale (Like the hymn, a capella, unison, different rhythms than hymn, German, F Major, cut time,words based on Psalm 46, melody reinforces strength image w/repeated opening notes, Ionian mode, bar form)
Ein feste Burg, setting for four voices Johann Walter - 1500s - Chorale (accompanied, 4 voices,tune in tenor surrounded by free counterpoint in other voices, cadence @ end of 1st section includes triad on lowered 7th degree
Or sus, serviteurs du Seigneur (Psalm 134) Loys Bourgeois - ca. 1551 - Metrical psalm (unison, a cappella, tune of All people that on Earth do Dwell but not same meaning, in French,version of Ps. 134 by Marot and de Beze, 4 line poetic stanzas with 4 phrases of 8 notes, perfect symmetry, mixed)
Psalm 100: All people that on earth do dwell William Kethe - 1559 - Metrical psalm (became known as "Old Hundredth", a cappella, mixed voices)
Sing Joyfully unto God William Byrd - Full anthem - 1580s-1590s (English, Psalm 81, ENG EQUIVALENT OF CHORAL MOTET, ionian mode, many cadences, imitation, homophonic texture infrequent, orig. notated a 3rd lower w/no key sig.)
Pope Marcellus Mass: Credo and Agnus Dei Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina - ca. 1560 - Mass (Palestrina's most famous mass, not based on music of existing piece, in credo abandoned imitation for sake of clarity of diction and brevity, 6 voice choir)
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