Music Test 2 Flashcards
In the Middle Ages, a period of time known as the Middle Ages spans the following dates:_ is historically connected with the collection and organization of church chants Aspects of the Gregorian chant that are not present are as follows: What is it about Gregorian chant that makes it sound so distinct from other styles of Western music? The following is an example of a Gregorian chant setting with one note per syllable: Melodic contours were suggested by little ascending and descending signs in the early notation, which were called: The following is the name of the section of the Mass that is the same in every celebration of the service: When it comes to the Mass, the component that changes from day to day based on the feast being performed is referred to as: When it comes to the Mass, what is the predominant language?
Identify which of the following women was a religious leader who was also a well-known figure in literature and music.
The first sort of polyphony was characterized by the following characteristics: Among the titles given to aristocratic poet-musicians in Germany were: What compositional device does Sumer represent when he is icumen in?
The set melody that served as the foundation for sophisticated polyphonic composition throughout the Renaissance was known as: The motions of the Ordinary of the Mass are comprised of which of the following items?
- In polyphonic liturgies, a portion of Gregorian chant or secular song is employed as the basis for the music.
- Which of the following was a key figure in the Protestant Reformation and why?
- This was referred to as: In the Council of Trent, which of the following was NOT a suggestion was made?
- Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of secular music-making during the Renaissance period?
The following is the name of the expressive device employed by Renaissance composers to pictorialize words musically: The vivid portrayal of the text with music, known as word painting, is a distinguishing characteristic of the following: Which of the following best defines the personality of Farmer’s Fair Phyllis?
- The liturgy refers to the sequence in which church services are held as well as the form of each service.
- The Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris was a pioneering location for the development of polyphony in the early nineteenth century.
- The role of secular music in medieval court life was crucial, providing both amusement and ceremonial and dancing music.
- Sumer is icumen in is one of the first examples of secular polyphony, dating back to the fifth century BCE.
- During the Middle Ages, bas instruments were commonly employed for outdoor gatherings and celebrations.
- It was a reaction to the Reformation.
- For a long time throughout the Renaissance, learning to play a musical instrument was considered exceedingly inappropriate for females.
- Fair Phyllis, in contrast to Italian madrigals, does not contain the term painting.
Instrumental music composed in the sixteenth century frequently did not identify what instruments were used. When it comes to formal indoor gatherings, soft instruments such as recorders and strings are frequently used.
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This time period is usually linked with assembling and organizing the chants of the church and includes the following events:_ Aspects of the Gregorian chant that do not exist are as follows: When compared to other genres of Western music, why does Gregorian chant sound so different? There are several names for this type of arrangement of Gregorian chant with one note per word. Melodic contours were suggested by little ascending and descending marks in the early notation. There is one part of the Mass that is repeated in every celebration of the service, and it is referred to as the following: According to the feast being celebrated, the section of the Mass that varies from day to day is known as: Whose language is the most commonly spoken at Mass?
- Hildegard’s Alleluia, O virga mediatrix is dedicated to the veneration of whom among the devout?
- It was customary in Germany to refer to aristocratic poet-musicians as What compositional device does Sumer represent when he is icumen?
- When it comes to religious music, what best represents the texture of the perfect Renaissance piece?
- Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei are some of the most well-known religious hymns in the world today.
- The Fall of the Roman Empire was the historical event that was traditionally considered to mark the beginning of the Middle Ages.
- A name for this was: One or more of the following was not a suggestion of the Council of Trent: to include more instruments into church music to make it more appealing How did one composer respond to the reforms of the Council of Trent in a particularly effective way?
- When Renaissance composers wanted to picture words musically, they employed an expressive method known as: “Word painting,” or the musical representation of the text in great detail, is a characteristic of: Phyllis from Farmer’s Fair is best described by which of the following traits?
The liturgy is the sequence in which church services are held, as well as the structure of each service.
The Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris was an early site for the development of polyphony.
It was essential to medieval court life that secular music had a role in providing amusement and music for ceremonies and dances.
Sumer is icumen in is one of the first examples of secular polyphony, dating back to the fourth century B.C.E.
When it came to outdoor events throughout the Middle Ages, bas instruments were regularly employed.
During the Renaissance, only professional musicians were allowed to perform secular music.
Italian madrigalists placed phrases such as sobbing, trembling, and dying with a tremendous deal of emotion in their compositions.
Fair Phyllis, in contrast to Italian madrigals, does not contain the term “paint.” In the sixteenth century, instrumental music was frequently performed without specifying the instruments used. Soft instruments such as recorders and strings were commonly used for formal indoor settings.
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|The term dark ages formerly referred to the time||between 500 and 1000 CE|
|The two centers of power during the early MiddleAges were the church and||newly formed centralized governments led by kings|
|The Frankish emperor who encouraged education and theconcept of a centralized government||Charlemagne|
|Why was the art music of the Middle Ageespredominantly religious?||The churched patronized music extensively|
|The late middles ages witnessed||building of great cathedrals, founding ofuniversities, and rise of the bourgeoisie|
|Of the following, which is NOT a major literarylandmark of the middle ages||Cervantes’ Don Quixote|
|During the Middle Ages the status of women||was raised through the concept of chivalry held byknights and idealized in music|
|Of the following which does not represent thethinking of the Renaissance?||an exclusively religious orientation|
|What characterizes humanism?||all of the above|
|Which historical event did not take place in theRenaissance?||the writing of the Magna Carta|
|All of the following were Renaissance artistsexcept||Goya|
|Why is Renaissance painting considered to be morerealistic than medevial painting?||Renaissance painters created a perspective thatmade it possible to see the whole world simultaneously|
|Which institution supported music in Renaissancesociety?||church, city and state, and the aristocratic courts|
|Renaissance musicians could make their living inall of the following ways except:||professional orchestra conductor|
|The two centers of power in the Middle Ages werethe feudal Lord and the state||False|
|Most of the surviving music from the early MiddleAges is secular||False|
|The knowledge of early civilizations and theculture of the Middle Ages were preserved largely in monasteries||True|
|Although feudal society was male dominated, thestatus of women was raised by prevailing attitudes of chivalry and devotionto the cult of the Virgin Mary||True|
|The Renaissance was characterized by an increasedawareness of the cultures of learned civilizations||True|
|The early exploration of the New World took placeduring the Renaissance||True|
|Renaissance painters preferred symbolism to realism||False|
|The Renaissance first came to flower in France||False|
|The Renaissance saw the rise of amateur musiciansand home making music||True|
|_ is traditionally associated with collectingand organizing the chants of the church||Pope Gregory|
|Which of the following does not characterizeGregorian chant?||triadic harmonies|
|Why does Gregorian chant sound so different fromother types of Western music?||there is no harmony|
|A setting of Gregorian chant with two to four notesper syllable might be considered:||neumatic|
|Early notation suggested melodic contours usingsmall ascending and descending signs called:||neumes|
|The service in the Roman Catholic Church thatsymbolically reenacts the sacrifice of Christ is:||the Mass|
|The portion of the Mass that remains the same inevery celebration of the service is called:||the Ordinary|
|The portion of the mass that changes from day today, depending on the feast celebrated is called||the proper|
|what is the primary language of the Mass||Latin|
|Of the following, which does not describe life inthe medivial cloister||being at the center of trade and commerce|
|IN addition to composing music, Hildegard of Bingenwas known for||all of the above|
|Of the following, which woman was a religiousleader and a prominent figure in literature and music?||Hildegard of Bingen|
|For which liturgical occasion was Hildegard’sAlleluia, O virgica mediatrix sung?||a feast day for the Virgin Mary|
|IN what part of the liturgy does the Alleluia occur||Mass proper|
|What genre of vocal music was not used intRenaissance church services||chansons|
|Why does Renaissance music sound different frommedieval music?||all of the above|
|What best describes the texture of the idealRenaissance sacred music||imitative|
|The fixed melody used as a basis for elaboratepolyphonic writing in the Renaissance was called:||a cantus firmus|
|Which of the following make up the movements of theordinary of the mass||Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Agnus Dei|
|The first section of the Ordinary of the Mass, aplea for mercy in ABA form, is called||The kyris|
|Which section of the ordinary of the mass is aconfession of faith||the credo|
|What is a cantus firmus||a fragment of Gregorian chant or a secular tuneused as the foundation of a polyphonic Mass|
|How does the Renaissance motet differ from itsmedevial predecessor||it only had one text in latin|
|Which early Renaissance composer exerted a powerfulinfluence on generations of composers who followed||Josquin|
|Josquin Ave Maria… virgo serena is an example of||a motet|
|The text of Ave Maria… virgo serence is||in praise of the Virgin Mary|
|What is the musical asis of Josquins Ave Maria…virgo serena?||a Gregorian chant in the top voice, the freelycomposed|
|Of the following, who was a leader in theProtestant Reformation?||Martin Luther|
|After the Protestant revolt of the early sixteenthcentury, the Roman Catholic church responded with a movement to recapture theloyalty of its people. This was known as||The counter reformation|
|Which of the following was not a recommendation ofthe council of trent||to use more instruments to embellish music|
|Which composer responded to the reforms of thecouncil of trent in an exemplary fashion||Palestrina|
|Of the following, which describes the intendedperformance practice for the Pope Marcellus Mass||It would have been sung by an all-male choir withboy sopranos or male falcettos|
|Of the following which best describes the textureof the pope Marcellus mass||six voice polyphony|
|The Introit is the first movement of the Ordinaryof the Mass||False|
|Like the Renaissance motet, a polyphonic setting ofthe Mass was often based on a cantus firmus||True|
|The Renaissance motet became a sacred form with asingle latin text||True|
|Josquins career centered exclusively in his nativeFrance||False|
|Josquins sacred works do not use preexsisiting melodies||FAlse|
|The reform movement in the Catholic church broughtabout by the Protestant Reformation was called the Counter Reformation||True|
|The council of trent took place in themid-sixteenth century||True|
|The dense counterpoint in the Pope Marcellus Massobscures the words||False|
|The upper voice parts of the Pope Marcellus Masswere sung by boy sopranos or adult males with high voices||True|
|Secular music was integral to medivial court life,supplying entertainment and ceremonial and dance music||True|
|The 14th century witnessed a decreased focus onsecular music||False|
|Sumer is icumen in is one of the earliest examplesof secular polyphony||True|
|Since Machaut was a cleric in the church, he wroteonly sacred music||False|
|Machaut’s chanson Puis qu’en oubli is a ballade forthree voices||False|
|Although the learned vocal music of medieval churchand court was routinely written down, much instrumental music was improvised||true|
|Improvisation was a technique employed ininstrumental dance music of the Middle Ages||True|
|Bas instruments were used frequently for outdooroccasions during the Middle Ages||False|
|Who composed the chanson Puis qu-en oubli?||Machaut|
|Which of the following does not characterize a Puisqu’en oubli?||It has a monophonic texture|
|What is the form of a rondeau||ABaAabAB|
|Medieval instruments can be classified as bas orhaut meaning||soft or loud|
|An end-blown flute with a breathy tone is called||a recorder|
|The medieval ancestor of the modern trombone is||the sackbut|
|troubadors and trouveres are medieval postmusicians||True|
|Of the following which is not a fixed poetic form||motet|
|Early songs in the Latin, such as those in Carminaburana were created by||students in university towns|
|Which of the following was not a subject reflectedin the poems of the troubadors and trouveres||the rebirth of classical learning|
|In Germany, aristocratic poet musicians were called||minnesingers|
|sumer is icumen in exemplifies what compositionaldevice?||round|
|Music of the fourteenth century developed a stylethat became known as||the ars nova|
|the outstanding composer poet of the ars nova was||Machaut|
|the French courtly love song of the Middle Ages wascalled the||chanson|
|The earliest type of polyphony was||organum|
|Polyphony required the development of||rhythmic modes|
|The Notre Dame style of polyphony in which thetenor line was based on a preexsisting chant melody and the upper voice movedfreely and more rapidly was called||organum|
|the early polyphonic genre that resulted from theaddition of texts to all voices was called||the motet|
|The order of church service and the structure ofeach service are known as the liturgy||true|
|A setting of plainchant with many notes persyllable is called syllabic||false|
|the modes served as a basis for the European artmusic for less than one hundred years||False|
|Hildegar of Bingen wrote both the poetry and musicfor alleluia, o irga mediatrix||true|
|Hildegards alleluia o virga mediatrix has aneumatic text setting with some melismas||true|
|The form of Alleluia, O virga mediatrix is AAB||False|
|Organum was freely composed with no preexsisitingbasis||False|
|An early center for the development of polyphonywas the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris||True|
|Hildegard of Bingen was a leader of the Notre Dameschool of early polyphony||false|
|In the early middle ages, music was often writtenin fixed patterns of long and short notes known as rhythmic nodes||true|
|The motet differs from organum with its emphasis ontriads||False|
|Tabo and tambourine are what type of instruments||Tabor and tambourine|
|Where did the rondes become popular?||in the city and at the courts of the nobility|
|What is the pavane||The stately court dance|
|Ronde means||round dance|
|Ronde is performed||In a circle|
|The madrigal originated in||Italy|
|Italian and English _, French _||madrigals, chansons|
|Early master of the Italian madrigal||Jacques Arcadelt|
|Expressive devices||word painting|
Gregorian chant is a type of liturgical music performed in unison or in monophony by the Roman Catholic Church to accompany the readings of the mass and the canonical hours, sometimes known as the divine office. The Gregorian chant is named after St. Gregory I, who was Pope from 590 to 604 and during whose reign it was collected and codified. King Charlemagne of the Franks (768–814) brought Gregorian Chant into his country, which had previously been dominated by another liturgical style, the Gallican chant, which was in general usage.
- The passages that are repeated from one mass to the next are included in theOrdinary of the Mass.
- The first appearance of the Gloria was in the 7th century.
- The Gloria chants that follow are neumatic.
- TheSanctus andBenedictus are most likely from the period of the apostles.
- Since its introduction into the Latin mass from the Eastern Church in the 7th century, theAgnus Dei has been written mostly in neumatic form.
- The Proper of the Mass is a collection of texts that are different for each mass in order to highlight the significance of each feast or season celebrated that day.
- During the 9th century, it had taken on its current form: a neumatic refrain followed by a psalm verse in psalm-tone style, followed by the refrain repeated.
As time progressed, it evolved into the following pattern: opening melody (chorus)—psalm verse or verses in a virtuously enriched psalmodic structure (soloist)—opening melody (chorus), which was repeated in whole or in part.
Its structure is similar to that of the Gradual in several ways.
Synagogue music has a strong connection to this cry.
Sacred poems, in their current form, the texts are written in double-line stanzas, with the same accentuation and amount of syllables on both lines for each two lines.
By the 12th century, just the refrain had survived from the original psalm and refrain.
The Offertory is distinguished by the repeating of text.
The song has a neumatic feel to it.
Responses are short texts that precede or follow each psalm and are mostly set in syllabic chant; psalms, with each set to a psalm tone; hymns, which are usually metrical and in strophes or stanzas and set in a neumatic style; and antiphons or refrains, which are short texts that precede or follow each psalm and are mostly set in syllabic The Gradual’s form and style are influenced by the sponsor’s contribution.
Amy Tikkanen has made the most current revisions and updates to this page.
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Roman Catholic liturgical music consisting of monophonic or unison parts that is used to accompany the text of the mass and the canonical hours, or divine office, is known as Gregorian chant. Saint Gregory I, Pope from 590 to 604, is credited for collecting and codifying the Gregorian chant throughout his pontificate. King Charlemagne of the Franks (768–814) introduced Gregorian Chant into his realm, which had previously practiced a different liturgical style known as Gallican chant. During the eighth and ninth centuries, a process of assimilation occurred between Gallican and Gregorian chants, and it is this developed version of the chant that has survived to the current day.
- Neumatic (patterns of one to four notes per syllable) and melismatic (patterns of any number of notes per syllable) styles are used in the chanting of the Kyrie.
- Using psalm tones, which are basic formulae for intoned recitation of psalms, in the recital of early Glorias attests to their antiquity and ancient provenance.
- In certain ways, the Credo’s melodies recall psalm tones, which were integrated into the mass during the 11th century.
- Neumatic chants are used in the traditional Sanctus chant.
- The final Ite Missa Est and its alternative, Benedicamus Domino, both take the melody from the opening Kyrie as a basis for composition.
- Originally a psalm with a refrain repeated in between verses, the Introit has evolved into a processional chant.
- It was also evolved from a refrain between psalm lines when it was first presented in the 4th century.
Originally from the East, the Alleluia dates back to the 4th century.
If you’re in a good mood, the Tract can take over for the Alleluia.
It was mostly throughout the 9th to 16th centuries when thisquence thrived in its entirety.
During the second line of the stanza, the melody was repeated, with a new melody being introduced for the next line of the stanza; the music is syllabic in structure.
Melisma pervades the compositions.
TheCommunion is a processional chant, much like the Offertory.
Matins, Lauds, Prime, Terce, Sext, None, Vespers, and Compline are the eight services that make up the canonical hours: Responses are short texts that precede or follow each psalm and are mostly set in syllabic chant; psalms, with each set to a psalm tone; hymns, usually metrical and in strophes or stanzas, and set in a neumatic style; and antiphons or refrains, which are short texts that precede or follow each psalm and are mostly set in syllabic The Gradual’s shape and style are influenced by the sponsor’s role.
In the most recent revision and update, Amy Tikkanen provided further information.
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- Music was heavily patronized by the churched community.
- The following is a list of notable literary works from the Middle Ages.
- Don Quixote, by Miguel de Cervantes It was via the concept of chivalry, which was embraced by knights and romanticized in music, that the standing of women rose during the Middle Ages.
- a religious perspective that is exclusive to religion What are the characteristics of humanism?
- the completion of the Magna Carta’s writing Except for one, all of the painters listed below were Renaissance masters.
- Why is this?
- In Renaissance civilization, what was the primary institution that sponsored music?
False The majority of the music from the early Middle Ages that has survived is secularFalse Monasteries had a significant role in preserving the knowledge of ancient civilizations as well as the culture of the Middle Ages.
True It was during the Renaissance that there was a greater appreciation for the cultures of other learning civilizations.
True Renaissance painters favored symbolism to realism as a style of painting.
False The Renaissance witnessed the emergence of amateur musicians and the creation of home-made music.
Pope Gregory XVI is a Roman Catholic saint who was born in the year XVII in the city of Rome.
triadic harmonies are a type of harmonies that are composed of three notes.
There is no sense of harmony.
The following is the name of the section of the Mass that is the same in every celebration of the service: the Ordinary and the Communal The section of the mass that varies from day to day depending on the feast being celebrated is referred to as the “changeable portion of the mass.” the right way to what is the predominant language spoken by the majority of the population Latin Which of the following does not really depict life in the medivial cloister?
- being in the epicenter of international trade and business In addition to writing music, Hildegard of Bingen was well-known for her other accomplishments, which include Identify which of the following women was a religious leader who was also a well-known figure in literature and music.
- a day set aside to commemorate the Virgin Mary What portion of the liturgy does the Alleluia occur in and when?
- What is it about Renaissance music that makes it sound different from medieval music?
- The set melody that served as the foundation for sophisticated polyphonic composition throughout the Renaissance was known as: a cantus firmus (firm cantus) Which of the following constitutes the movements of the common man or woman of the people?
- A appeal for mercy in the ABA format is the subject of the first part of the Ordinary of the Mass.
- When does the congregation make a public profession of faith during the ordinary of the mass?
- What was the difference between the Renaissance motet and its medevial predecessorit only had one text in latin Which early Renaissance composer had a profound impact on the generations of composers who came after him and who followed him?
The Virgin Mary is being praised by the sign of the Virgo.
Are you a virgo, Serena?
Martin Luther King, Jr.
This was referred to as The anti-reformation movement A request to employ more instruments to enhance music was made by the Council of Trent in which of the following areas was not included?
Palestrina Which of the following best represents the desired performance practice for the Pope Marcellus Mass is highlighted in boldface An all-male choir, including boy sopranos and male falcettos, would have performed it.
polyphony with six voices Contrary to popular belief, the Introit is not really a movement of the MassFalse A polyphonic arrangement of the Mass, like the Renaissance motet, was frequently based on a cantus firmus (firmus means firm in Latin).
True Josquin’s professional life was based entirely in his home country of France.
The Counter Reformation was the name given to the reform effort in the Catholic church that was prompted by the Protestant Reformation.
In the Pope Marcellus Mass, child sopranos or adult males with high voices sang the parts in the higher voices.
False, the 14th century saw a reduction in the importance placed on secular music.
True Because Machaut was a clergyman in the church, he was only permitted to compose holy musicFalse Puis qu’en oubli, a ballade for three voices by Machaut, is one of his best-known works.
true Improvisation was a technique used in instrumental dance music of the Middle Ages, particularly in the music of the court.
False Who was the composer of the song Puis qu’en oubli?
It has a monophonic sound to it.
aAabAB Medieval instruments can be classed as either bas or haut, which means mild or loud, respectively.
The sackbut is considered to be the precursor of the modern trombone.
True The following is an example of a literary form that is not fixed:motetEarly Latin songs, such as those in Carmina burana, were composed by students in university cities.
the resuscitation of classical education It is known that aristocratic poet musicians were known as minnesingers in Germany.
round The ars nova is a type of music that originated in the fourteenth century and is still in use today.
Thechanson was the name given to the French courtly love song of the Middle Ages.
The creation of rhythmic modes was necessitated by the emergence of polyphony.
The motet was an early polyphonic genre that developed as a consequence of the inclusion of words to all of the voices in the choir.
true Syllabicfalse is a type of plainchant setting in which there are several notes per syllable.
False Alleluia, o irga mediatrix was written by Hildegar of Bingen, who also composed the words and music.
Alleluia, O virga mediatrix is sung in the key of AAB.
False The Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris was a pioneering location for the development of polyphony in the early nineteenth century.
The motet varies from the organum in that it focuses on triads rather than single notes.
Tabor and tambourine are two types of tambourine.
mostly in the city, but also in the nobility’s courts What exactly is the pavane?
In a circle, of course The madrigal is a piece of music that originated in Italy.
Madrigals and chansons in Italian and English, as well as French Early master of the madrigal in the Italian language Jacques Arcadelt is a French author and poet. Devices for expressing oneself an artwork made up of words
Dark ages were once used to refer to the period between 500 and 1000 C.E. Church and newly developed centralized governments led by monarchs were the two foci of power in Europe throughout the early Middle Ages. It is not acceptable to utilize sources that are plagiarized. Invest just $13.90 per page to get a custom essay written for you on “Music Test 2.” Purchase custom written papers The emperor of Frankish who promoted education as well as the notion of a centralized government Charlemagne For what reason was religious music so prevalent in the Middle Ages?
- Great cathedrals were built, universities were founded, and the bourgeoisie rose to prominence throughout the late Middle Ages.
- “Don Quixote,” by Miguel de Cervantes Through the concept of chivalry, which was embraced by knights and romanticized in music, the position of women rose throughout the Middle Ages.
- religion is the only thing that matters.
- each and every one of the preceding During the Renaissance, what historical event did not take place?
- Except for one, all of the artists listed below were Renaissance painters.
- A new perspective was developed by Renaissance artists, which allowed them to perceive the entire globe at once.
- Among the aristocratic courts were those of the church, city, and state.
False Contrary to popular belief, secular music predominated during the early Middle Ages.
True Because to prevalent views of chivalry and devotion to the Virgin Mary, women’s standing in medieval society was elevated, even though males ruled society.
True During the Renaissance period, the first voyages to the New World were made.
False France was the location where the Renaissance first blossomed.
True_ has always been connected with the collection and organization of church chants.
Which of the following does not describe the style of Gregorian chanting?
a lack of harmony might be seen Gregorian chant with two to four notes per word might be adapted to music in the following ways: neumatic Melodic contours were suggested by little ascending and descending marks in the early notation.
There is one part of the Mass that is repeated in every celebration of the service, and it is referred to as the following: ordinariness is a kind of formality When it comes to the mass, the piece that varies from day to day based on the feast being celebrated is referred to as the homily when it is appropriate In what country do most people speak as their first language?
- being in the epicenter of international trade and business Hildegard of Bingen was well-known for many other things than her musical compositions.
- Hildegard of Bingen (Hildegard of Bingen) was a medieval nun who lived in Bingen, Germany.
- This day is observed as a celebration of the Virgin Mary What portion of the liturgy does the Alleluia occur in and why?
- What type of vocal music was not employed in the Renaissance church serviceschansons and why is this so?
- each and every one of the preceding How would you characterize the texture of an ideal Renaissance holy musicimitative composition?
- Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei are some of the most well-known religious hymns in the world today.
- The kyris is a Greek word that means “skyris” in English.
in accordance with its motto What is a cantus firmusa fragment of Gregorian chant or a secular song used as the foundation of a polyphonic Mass, and how does it differ from a cantus firmusa fragment?
How could a composer from the early Renaissance have a profound impact on generations of composers who came after him?
The Ave Maria text is…
When it comes to Josquin’s Ave Maria, what is the melodic theme…
an arrangement of Gregorian chant in the highest voice, and a piece produced on the spot One who was a leader in the Protestant Reformation was, among the following: ‘Martin Luther’ was a religious leader who lived during the Reformation era.
As a result of this, This is known as the anti-reformation movement.
Palestrina Which of the following best characterizes the desired performance practice for the Pope Marcellus Mass is highlighted in bold?
Which one of the following best defines the texture of the Pope Marcellus mass, in your opinion?
True With a single latin text, the Renaissance motet evolved into a religious form.
False There are no existing melodies in Josquin’s liturgical compositions, which is a rare occurrence.
It was in the middle of the sixteenth century that the council of trent met.
A boy soprano or a male adult with a high voice sang the sections of the Pope Marcellus Mass in the higher register.
Contrary to popular belief, the 14th century saw a fall in the importance of secular music.
True As a clergyman in the church, Machaut was limited to writing religious music.
Puis qu’en oubli, a ballade for three voices by Machaut, is one of his best-known works as a composer.
true When it came to instrumental dancing music throughout the Middle Ages, an improvised style was commonly used.
False The song Puis qu’en oubli was written by who?
In terms of texture, it’s monophonic.
aAabAB Classical instruments may be divided into two categories: bas and haut (which imply mild and loud).
It is the sackbutt that is considered the forerunner of the modern trombone.
True Early songs in Latin, such as those found in Carmina burana, were written by students in university cities, and this is one of the forms that is not fixed.motet One or more of the following was not a subject addressed by the troubadors and findes in their poetry.
What compositional device does the word icumen represent?
It was Machaut who stood out as the most brilliant composer and poet of the ars nova In the Middle Ages, thechanson was the name given to the French courtly love song.
Organum was the name given to the Notre Dame form of polyphony in which the tenor line was based on a preexisting chant tune while the upper voice flowed freely and more quickly.
In Christianity, the liturgy is defined as the order and organization of each church service.
For fewer than one hundred years, the modes served as the foundation for European art music.
true With a neumatic text arrangement and some melismastrue, Hildegard’s Alleluia o Virgin Mediatrix is a beautiful piece.
False Without any preexisting foundation, Organum was created in the moment of its composition.
TrueHildegard of Bingen was a founder of the Notre Dame style of early polyphony and was a leading figure in the Renaissance.
The reliance on triads distinguishes the motet from the organum.
tambourine, tabor, and timbales The rondes first gained popularity in France.
In this case, the Ronde is executed.
French madrigals and chansons (in Italian and English), Italian and English , Master of the madrigal in the Italian language from the Renaissance period. Pierre Arcadelt is a French poet and novelist who lives in Paris. Distinguishing characteristics: painting with the letters of the alphabet
Which of the following best describes Gregorian chant? – dengenchronicles.com
Gregorian chants are best described as monophonic, and this is a great adjective to use.
Is Gregorian chant mono or polyphonic?
It is the major tradition of Western plainchant, a kind of monophonic, unaccompanied religious music in Latin (and occasionally Greek) that is associated with the Roman Catholic Church. Gregorian chant is the most well-known form of plainchant. Western and central Europe were the primary locations where Gregorian chant originated throughout the 9th and 10th centuries, with subsequent additions and redactions.
What is the texture of Gregorian chant quizlet?
The texture of Gregorian chant is homophonic in nature. spanning a broad variety of pitch heights
What was Gregorian chant originally notated with?
When the Gregorian Chant was first written down, it was notated using neumes.
What are the elements of Gregorian chant?
The melody of Gregorian chants may be divided into two major categories: recitatives and free melodies. The liturgical recitative is the most straightforward type of melody. Recitative melodies are characterized by the dominance of a single pitch, known as the reciting tone. Other pitches can be found in melodic formulas for incipits, partial cadences, and complete cadences, among other things.
Why does Gregorian chant sound so different from other types of Western music?
What is it about Gregorian chant that makes it sound so distinct from other styles of Western music? There is no harmony in it. Additionally, Hildegard of Bingen is well-known for the following accomplishments: becoming a nun; creating her own monastery; seeing visions; and being a composer. How about a lady who was a religious leader, as well as a well-known person in literature and music?
Which is traditionally associated with collecting and organizing chants of the church?
Tradition has it that the office of is responsible for gathering and coordinating the chants of the church Pope Gregory the Great (Gregory the Great) was a Roman Catholic saint who lived from 354 to 496. A plainchant is distinguished by the absence of which of the following characteristics? a. a texture with a single voice b. triadic harmonies are a type of harmonies that have three notes. b. a rhythm that is devoid of accents d. motion that is typically conjunct
Which is not reflected in the poems of the troubadours and trouveres?
Which of the following was NOT a theme addressed by the troubadours and trouvères in their poetry? Politics and current events b. moralizing and devotional themes c. love and unrequited desire d. the return of Classical learning are some of the topics covered in this course. D Which of the following statements is NOT true about the Crusades? a. They lasted for more than two hundred years. b.
Which is not characterize secular music-making in the Renaissance?
Chanson Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of secular music-making during the Renaissance period? Lute or keyboard instruments were found in the majority of rich households. b. Music was frequently performed in segments. c. Women were discouraged from participating in musical activities at home. d. The practice of producing music at home has become increasingly popular.