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MUSI 1001 Lecture 3: Musi 1001 notes 3
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Department
Music
Course
MUSI 1001
Professor
Heather De Savage
Semester
Fall

Description
Musi 1001 Notes 3 The Renaissance C.1400c.1600 >Rebirth >Sung primarily in acappella (mostly in church) >Voices often move together in chords Imitative polyphony Homophonic >Acappela no instruments, only voices Monophonic (plainchant) at times Homophonicimitative Guillame de Fey court musician, paraphrase technique (combines elements of various national styles) Litgury mass ordinary texts Kyrie Gloria every single day Credo Sanctus Agnus dei Josquin des Prez Franco Flemish Composer Highly expressive music Taking plainchant and transforming it Paraphrase Mass= each section based on the same plainchant >5 sections of mass ordinary: Kyrie, Gloria, and credo, Sanctus, Agnus Dei Paraphrased melody used in imitation The Late Renaissance c.1530c.1600 Martin Luther: 14831546 The Reformation and Counter Reformation Martin Luther started the Reformation in 1517 Grievances against the Catholic Church Major concern= church services excluded the lay person Congregation should participate more Local language instead of Latin Singing in church
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