MUS 1030 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Concerto Grosso, Plainsong, Salvatore Camarata

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Published on 27 Oct 2016
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TNTECH
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Music
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MUS 1030
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Music Appreciation Exam 2 Study Guide
Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical Sub Periods
Medieval
Medieval Music: mostly vocal
What is the texture in plain chant? monophonic
Who were Leonin and Perotin? Musicians of the School of Notre Dame
What were their significant musical contribution? First rhythm to be
notated and first music to be connected to scripture
Renaissance
What is the Renaissance? A cultural rebirth with new ideas such as
induvidualism and new inventions like gun powder, the compass, and
Guttenburg's printing press in 1450
Who was Martin Luther? Father of the Reformation
What were the 95 Theses and the Protestant Reformation? A critique of
the Catholic Church’ practices; a weakening of the Catholic Church and
the formation of the Protestant Church
Who was Palestrina? He was the choirmaster at St. Peter's; one of the
most influential musicians of the 16th century; musical voice of the
Catholic Counter-Reformation
Which church did he write for? Catholic; St. Bedes
Dates of:
Medieval Period: 450-1450
Renaissance: 1450-1600
Baroque: 1600-1750
Classical: 1750-1820
What are the parts of a fugue? Subject, counter-subject, episodes
What is the basso continuo? Harpsichord or oregan and string bass or
cello or bassoonbasically, keyboard instrument and bass instrument
Who were the Florentine Camarata? Renaissance, Italian nobleman in
Florence (where opera started)
What musical genres grew out of the Baroque concerto-grosso?
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What is the texture in plain chant? monophonic. First rhythm to be notated and first music to be connected to scripture. A cultural rebirth with new ideas such as induvidualism and new inventions like gun powder, the compass, and. A critique of the catholic church" practices; a weakening of the catholic church and the formation of the protestant church. He was the choirmaster at st. peter"s; one of the most influential musicians of the 16th century; musical voice of the. Harpsichord or oregan and string bass or cello or bassoon basically, keyboard instrument and bass instrument. Concerto grosso (bach) was in baroque and symphonies and concertos grew out of concerto-grosso. Exposition; development; recapitulation; coda set in a two-part harmonic structure. Final statement of the entire movement in a tonic key. The center of influence for musical activity was there; beethoven, hadyn, and mozart all worked there at some point (even overlapped at one time)