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Class Notes for Music 1711F/G at Western University (UWO)

WESTERNMusic 1711F/GKate HelsenWinter

Music 1711F/G Lecture Notes - Ambrosian Chant, Gallican Chant, Church Fathers

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Central feature of christianity re-enactment of the last supper (also a. Psalms first texts to be set to chant, then biblical texts, and finally non- B
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WESTERNMusic 1711F/GKate HelsenSpring

Music 1711F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Leitmotif, Hemiola, Homophony

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WESTERNMusic 1711F/GKate HelsenWinter

MU1711 Jan 11

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Medieval - means "between" (classical antiquity and renaissance) After rome fell, war and poverty took over in many parts of europe, leading to a decli
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WESTERNMusic 1711F/GKate HelsenWinter

Music 1711F/G Lecture Notes - Figured Bass, Minuet, Program Music

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Mar 22 the new practice: music in the baroque era a stylistic overview. Major compositional technique influencing from the early baroque era til now. B
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WESTERNMusic 1711F/GKate HelsenWinter

Music 1711F/G Lecture Notes - Carlo Gesualdo, Lied, Nicola Vicentino

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13 Mar 2013
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Mar 13 music of the 16th century: mannerism. Use of exaggeration and distortion for emotional/dramatic effect. eg. extending a neck in a picture of the
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WESTERNMusic 1711F/GKate HelsenWinter

MU1711 Jan 7

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The story of the development of musical ideas and work. Not progress to something better moves back and forth. Culmination of the work of thousands of
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WESTERNMusic 1711F/GKate HelsenWinter

Music 1711F/G Lecture Notes - Roman De Fauvel, Intabulation, Rebec

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Feb 6 music of the 14th century: instrumental music. Difficult to say whether purely "instrumental" music existed on its own for most of the middle age
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WESTERNMusic 1711F/GKate HelsenWinter

Music 1711F/G Lecture Notes - Roman De Fauvel, Philippe De Vitry, Johannes De Muris

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7 Feb 2013
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Feb 1 music in the 14th century: france: the ars nova. Up to now, pan-european style (spain, england etc. ) *ars nova new art style always associated w
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WESTERNMusic 1711F/GKate HelsenWinter

Music 1711F/G Lecture Notes - Scientific Revolution, Counterpoint, New Idea

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25 Mar 2013
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Mar 18 prelude to the baroque era. Louis xiv (reigned 1643-1715) the age of absolutism in france/continental. Absolutism: royalty (king or queen) claim
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WESTERNMusic 1711F/GKate HelsenWinter

Music 1711F/G Lecture Notes - Parody Mass, Johannes Tinctoris, Word Painting

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13 Mar 2013
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Two types of sacred vocal music: the mass and the motet. Cantus firmus used in both of these types of pieces. Cyclic mass: a setting of all five compon
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WESTERNMusic 1711F/GKate HelsenWinter

Music 1711F/G Lecture Notes - Ottaviano Petrucci, Pierre Attaingnant, Harmonice Musices Odhecaton

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13 Mar 2013
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Mar 1 the genres of renaissance music 1420-1520: secular vocal music. Non-church music talking about a genre with fairly few musically notated sources.
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WESTERNMusic 1711F/GKate HelsenWinter

Music 1711F/G Lecture Notes - Musica Enchiriadis, Organum, Melisma

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6 Feb 2013
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Polyphony is difficult to find out when it began. Another type of troping vertical troping. First written down at the end of the 9th century musical in
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