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The Reformation, Counter Reformation, and the Madrigal.docx

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Music
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MUSI 1001
Professor
John Higney

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thMusicJanuary 25 The Reformation st Began on October 31 1517Martin Luther nailed his ninetyfive these on the church door in Wittenburg GermanyMuch of northern Europe joined the reformationChurches made effective use of simple homophonic hymn setting Very effective very directGot rid of polyphony said it was putting beauty before meaningOBSCURED THE TEXT The CounterReformationThe Church of Rome reformed its administration and doctrine as well as art liturgy and musicReform aspects debated by the church hierarchy during the Council of Trent 154515633 Only a minor part of their deliberations concerned musicObjected to dense imitation that obscured the text The music of Palestrina demonstrated that polyphony could be composed in a clear and dignified mannerIt can be used in masses as well as h
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