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Music Midterm Review PRT2

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University of Guelph
MUSC 1060
Kimberly Francis

Music Midterm Review VOCABULARY: FROTTOLE: short didies HUMANISM: RHYTHM- DECLAMATORY: The rhythm follows the text MADRIGAL LAMNIC IAMBIC THE RENAISSANCE:  (1430-1600)  Fall of Constantinople to the Turks, end of the byzantine Empire (1396) – scholar flee to Italy  End of the Great Schism (1417)  End of the Hundred Years’ war (1453) o 1066 William the conquer o France and Brittan battling o Joan of arc 1412-1431 was burned at the stake, but she ended the war o Medieval war shifted to modern war o France lost 50% of their men, Brittan bruised financially which lead to their civil war after the 110years war. THE GREAT SCHISM  The schism 1378  Elected Pope Aomeant VI on Sept 20  Also Pope Urban VI  Having 2 popes is called an antipope this causes problems politically, power struggle, and money  The popes were stationed in 2 different courtiers  Council of Constance (1414-1415)  Popel Martin V takes over in 1472 SPIRIT OF HUMANISM:  Science  Philosophy  Literature  Painting  Sculpture  Music(especially vocal music)  BALDESAR CASTIGLIONE (1478-1529) o His book of Courtier (published 1528)  COLONIZATION BEGINS WITH Spain and Portugal (Columbus, 1492; Africa, East Indies, “New World”)  1400, the century saw the European economy stabilize  RISE OF VERY RICH PRINCIPALITIES and oligarchies in northern Italy  Major Italian city-states 1494 o Kingdom of Naples o Papal States o Republic of Florence o Duchy of Milan – barkavo frozzi o Republic of Venice o Minor States o Ferrara ruled by Isabella d’este  Sinks a lot of music into the arts  Her performers are the 3 ladies of Ferrara  Problem is she has to marryinto the Gonzaga family from Mantua city-which BREAD OPEAR *****************  Sforza = force power (opera singer) 1501, Invention of the printing press (ottaviano pettrucci) 1504, First printing of music FROTTOLE: short didies HUMANISM: MARTIN LUTHUR AND HIS 95 THESES (1517):  Begins the counter reformation  Brings the criticism of chant tradition  CRITICIZE how the music for mass is preformed  He did not like The way things were run, how no one knew or understood what was going on (Latin)  Catholic’s INITIALLY THOUGHT IT WOULD BLOW OVER. o Characteristics:  Respected rules of dissonance treatment  Modes defined clearly by cadence  Expanded to five of six voices, instead of usual four  Texture of imitative polyphony (introduced new means of variation among the points of imitation)  Overlapping phrases, continuous flow  Imitation mass, most common type of mass (paraphrase and the cause then cantus-firmus) Michelet(1855) gave the term RENAISSANCE:  Secular humanism was to be trained NOT BY THE CHURCH  1502 Morallso  1508 -1512 SISTINE CHAPEL  Rhetoric grammar philosophy  Expression of human sitnatine feeling *** most important to us  Renaissance theorists Tinctoris in Naples  Zarlino these are the rules of writing music as a renaissance composer. (polyphony) o Took it from an 8 mode system (dorian etc) moved it to a 12 mode system o Re-reading of zoethiest o Composers would have used it but it is not used today THE IDEA OF THE RENAISSANCE ERA:  Portraits project a certain image  Meant for the man THE RENAISSANCE MAN  Know geography about the world  Science is progressing  It is up to the renaissance man to understand all of these MUSIC PUBLISHING:  A wood cut score that was MASS PRODUCED  Latin  Would have had to have some knowledge of how music works to execute it  Repeat signs  5 lines  Tenor is specified on the sheet music o The invention of MOVEABLE TYPE in the 1th century made mass production possible. o In early 16 century Ottaviano Petrucci developed an efficient method of printing music (with staff lines, note on the same page.)  Italian guy who invented written music, he made it feasible PORTRAIT of Martin Luther by Lucas Cranchas the Elder  Theologian and a composer wrote, “A Mighty Fortress is Our God”. German monk who nailed a list of complaints against the Catholic Church on the door of the church in Wittenberg. MUSIC  LYRICS: Words and music come together  Polyphony o Equal voice parts o 3,4,5, or even 6 parts  Full, rich sound with intricate texture and rhythm
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