Which Of These Is True About Gregorian Chant

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Find what you’re looking for by entering:1 Women who wish to fulfill their religious responsibilities, like as fasting and hajj ceremonies, may utilize specific medications to postpone the arrival of their monthly period. Question: Because these drugs disturb the hormonal balance in the body, they have an effect on the period, making it irregular to the point where it is ten days or more or somewhat less in length while the lady is in tahir (menstruating). Consider the fact that the kind of blood shed during menstruation at this time is the same as the type of blood shed during the woman’s usual period.

As an example, if the number of days that she has been Tahir is ten or more, then the blood that emerges before this length and the blood that arrives after it should be classified as two distinct Haydh (menstruation).

If the first haydh does not coincide with the woman’s period days and the lady does not have an irregular period, the first haydh is assigned to the portion of the cycle that does not exceed 10 days.

It is more natural to make the first Haydh if both are equal.

  • Question: Some women, particularly during Ramadhan and Hajj, take various medications to delay their monthly cycle.
  • Some women, however, may experience intermittent (irregular) blood flow throughout their monthly period.
  • Was a decision reached in this particular instance?
  • sistani.org/152303 She had her typical monthly period, and the menstrual discharge had come to a stop, and she had become tahir on the seventh day of her cycle.
  • Following that, discharge returned and persisted till the eleventh day.
  • If that’s the case, is Kaffarahdue still in the picture?
  • sistani.org/152324 How do you feel about tablets that women use to postpone the commencement of their monthly menstrual cycle, so that they can participate in Hajj ceremonies or attend the shrine of the Imam’s (as), for example?

sistani.org/155345 Is it necessary for a lady to make up for the prayers and fasts she missed when she was menstruating?

She is not required to offer Qadha prayers, though.

Question: It is acceptable, according to the law.” sistani.org/148557 Question: Some women, particularly during Ramadhan and Hajj, take various medications to postpone their monthly cycle.

This blood does not have the same properties as Haydh’s blood has.

Haydh regulations do not cover such intermittent blood, as stated in the question.

Question: Because these drugs disturb the hormonal balance in the body, they have an effect on the period, making it irregular to the point where it is ten days or more or somewhat less in length while the lady is in tahir (menstruating).

Can you tell me what happened in this case?

In cases where the duration of being tahir is less than ten days and the sum of the two bloods and the time between them is greater than ten days, the blood that coincides with the days of the period, rather than the other, is considered haydh, and the other istihadha (undue menses), as a matter of course, unless the blood that is in the period is ahead and the second blood bears the characteristics of haydh.

  • If the first haydh does not coincide with the woman’s period days and the lady does not have an irregular period, the first haydh is assigned to the portion of the cycle that does not exceed 10 days.
  • Even if the two are equal, the tendency is to create the first haydh, regardless of whether or not they both exhibit the characteristics of haydh.
  • In response to the question, if you monitor blood for the first three consecutive days without taking a break in the middle, whatever you view is considered Haydh.
  • Istihadha.sistani.org/1554610 is the blood that has been found after ten days.
  • As a rule of thumb, three days is regarded to be 72 hours from when bleeding began and ten days is considered to be 240 hours from when bleeding started.
  • on Tuesday, if, for example, bleeding began at 10:00 p.m.
  • sistani.org/2630711 Question: What is the judgment on ladies above the age of sixty who see blood; are they deemed to be Haydh or Istihadha?
  • It does not matter if the woman is a Sayyidah or not; there is no change in the decision.
  • It takes roughly fifty-eight solar years and eighty days to complete sixty lunar years.
  • sistani.org/2633812 When does the ruling of Haydh apply to women, and what is the age limit?
  • *Sixty lunar years are equal to about fifty-eight solar years and eighty days in the solar calendar.

Question: With the exception of four verses of obligatory prostration – Sajdah – which are not permitted to be recited during the state of menstruation – Haydh – reciting more than seven verses of the holy Quran is permitted, and according to some jurists it is disapproved – Makrooh – thereby implying that the reward for its recitation is less.

  • When a woman is in her state of Haydh (menstruation), vaginal sexual contact is prohibited for both the male and the woman, and anal sexual contact based on necessary precaution with a woman is prohibited without her agreement.
  • Respondent: Listening is not Haram (forbidden); but, if they listen to the reading of the verses of mandatory prostration (Sajdah), they are required to do prostration (Sajdah) immediately afterward.
  • In response to your question, it is acceptable to sit in the courtyards and outside areas of the shrine of the infallible Imams that have not been classified as a mosque (masjid).
  • sistani.org/2633517 Whether a female woman who is on her monthly period (Haydh) is allowed to participate in a marriage contract (Aqid Nikah) is a legitimate question.
  • sistani.org/2633618 The rule regarding recital or memorization of the holy Quran during the days when a lady is in the state of her monthly period (Haydh), or Janabah, or Nifas is unclear.
  • Four chapters of the Quran include these verses: Chapters 1, 2, and 3.
  • Do the norms of haydh and Istihadha apply to her situation?
  • sistani.org/1503220 She had her typical monthly period, and the menstrual discharge had come to a stop, and she had become tahir on the seventh day of her cycle.

Following that, discharge returned and persisted till the eleventh day. She has a guilty nature, doesn’t she? if that’s the case, when does Kaffarah have to pay? Neither sin nor Kaffarah will be imposed upon or imposed on her. sistani.org/15030 Create a new question by clicking here.

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The traditional Gregorian chant sung at funerals? Dies Irae
The monophonic chant originally sung unaccompanied in Latin by monks and priests in the Roman Catholic Church? Gregorian Chant
A ritual for public worship? Liturgy
The parts of the Mass that are ordinarily included, regardless of the church season: Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei. Ordinary
The portion of the Mass that is “proper” for a designated day in the church year? Proper
The funeral Mass of the Roman Catholic Church? Requim
Two composers at the Nortre Dame Cathederal in Paris who experimented in polyphonic music and were among the first to write in rhythmic modes? Leonin and Perotin
French composer who also wrote poetry and is generally considered to be the first to write a complete polyphonic setting of the Mass Ordinary? Guilllame de Machaut (1300-1377)
A preexisting melody that is used as the basis for a polyphonic vocal work? Cantus Firmus
A low, continuous sound that lasts throughout a piece of music? Drone
An instrumental dance during the Middle Ages? Estampie
A sacred composition for voices? Motet
The constant repetition of certain rhythm patterns, much like poetic meters? Rhythmic modes
Flemish composer who was the highest paid composer of his time, he also perfected the point of imitation compositional technique? Josquin Des Prez (1440-1521)
German woman who believed she received visions from God and wrote music, including Ordo Virtutum, an early morality play? Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179)
An Italian composer who was the perfection of the Renaissance A Capella style? Palestrina (1526-1594)
An English composer known mainly for his church music and madrigals? Thomas Weelkes (1576-1623)
Unaccompanied choral music is? A capella
A French polyphonic song of the seventeenth century? Chanson
A free, secular, imitative work for voices? Madrigal
A sacred vowel composition developed during the Renaissance? Renaissance Motet
The compositional technique of having the musical sounds reinforce the words being sung? Text (Word) Painting
The music of the early Greeks sounded like? No one knows what it really sounded like
A Greek chorus accompanied dramas with melodic songs. False (The chorus did not sing, however; instead, it chanted in a singsong style.)
A mass for the dead includes all but which one of the following Gloria
Gregorian chant has no? All of these choices (Metrical rhythm, Harmony, Dramatic qualities, Major/Minor scales)
Many of the practices of the Christian church were adapted from? Judaism
The original notation of the Gregorian chant consisted of square notes and no indication of meter. True
Gregorian chants were basically hymns sung by the congregation at worship services. False
The early Greek who discovered the basic acoustical quality of musical sounds was? Pythagoras
An important Greek philosopher who strongly advocated music as essential for an educated person was? Plato
Does not have a metrical rhythm? Gregorian chant
The Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei constitute what part of the Mass? The Ordinary
Hildegard’s Ordo Virtutum is? A morality Play
All parts of Ordo Virtutum were sung except? The devil’s
The approximate years of the medieval period are? 1100-1450
Chivalry was an outlook or attitude that? Glorified women
Polyphony began? When Monks and Priests tired of Gregorian Chant
Polyphony in music is? Two or more different melodies being performed at the same time
Leonin and Perotin had all but which of the following in common? They sought recognition for their music throughout France
This is true of medieval motets. They were based on a phrase of Gregorian Chant.
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The Middle Ages

Historically, the traditions of Western music may be traced back to the social and theological changes that occurred in Europe throughout the Middle Ages, which corresponded to the period roughly spanning 500 to 1400 years before the present. Because of the dominance of the early Christian Church during this time period, religious music was the most common type of music heard. The development of church music began with Gregorian Chant and progressed to a polyphonic melody known asorganum, which was sung at Notre Dame in Paris around the eleventh century.

  • Before the Middle Ages, music had been a part of the world’s civilizations for hundreds of years, if not thousands of years.
  • The term music stems from the ancient Greek muses, who were nine goddesses of art and knowledge who were worshipped in ancient Greece.
  • Pythagoras and others were responsible for establishing the Greekmodes, which are scales composed of entire tones and halfsteps.
  • The early Church was able to assert ultimate control over these feudal lords primarily via the use of superstitious terror.
  • In these days and times, western music was almost the exclusive property of the Christian Church.
  • Christianplainchant, like all music in the Western culture until to this point, was monophonic: that is, it consisted of a single melody with no harmonic support or accompaniment.
  • The melodies are loose and appear to roam, as if they are being guided by the Latin liturgical texts to which they have been composed.

In the sixth century, it was claimed that Pope Gregory I (reigned 590-604) standardized them, ensuring universal usage across the Western Church.

In the Easter hymn, Victimae paschali laudes, you may get a sense of the clear, floating melody that it has.

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Organum was the name given to the hollow-sounding music that resulted as a result of this process during the following hundred years.

This was followed by a slow singing of the original chant tune in the tenor voice, with additional melodies weaving around and embellishing the resultant drone.

Leonin (fl.

1163-1190), who produced organa for two voices, and his successor Pérotin (fl.

Pérotin’s work is an exceptional example of this extremely early type of polyphony (music for two or more voices that sound at the same time), as may be heard in his arrangement of Sederunt principes (Sederunt principles) (sound clip).

The Trouvères and the Troubadours are two types of street performers.

There were no restrictions on this music because it did not follow the traditions of the Church, and it was not even written down until sometime after the tenthcentury.

Even so, hundreds of these songs were written and performed (and much later recorded) by bands of musicians that flourished across Europe during the 12th and 13th centuries, the most renowned of whom were the French trouvères and troubadours, who were the most famous of all.

It is love, in all its incarnations of joy and agony, that is the theme of the vast majority of these songs.

1286).

Additionally, he has been recognized as the author of a large number of songs and verses, someof which take the form of themotet, a musical composition in which two or more separate lines are stitched together at the same time, without regard to what we now consider normal harmonies.

(sound clip) is an example of such a work.

Guillaume de Machaut and the Ars Nova Guillaume de Machaut was born in the Champagne area of France about 1300 and died in Rheims in 1377.

He remained at the court of John until the monarch’s death in battle at Crécy in 1346, during which time he worked as the king’s secretary.

Several significant patrons, including the future Charles V of France, sought out his talents as a composer and conductor.

Machautis is arguably most known for being the first composer to construct a polyphonic setting of the Ordinary of the Catholic Mass, which he did in 1845.

The “Gloria” from Machaut’s Messe de Notre Dame exemplifies the new style of the fourteenthcentury, which was dubbed theArs Nova by composers of the time (sound clip).

Despite the fact that the Mass is perhaps his most well-known work today, Machaut also penned scores of secular love songs, many of which were in the manner of the polyphonic Ars Nova or “new art,” which he admired.

The secular motets of the Middle Ages eventually developed into the massive quantity and outpouring of music produced by the great RenaissanceMadrigalists of the Renaissance period. Jason R. Ogan conducted research in 2001.

Gregorian chant

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.

  1. The passages that are repeated from one mass to the next are included in theOrdinary of the Mass.
  2. The first appearance of the Gloria was in the 7th century.
  3. The Gloria chants that follow are neumatic.
  4. TheSanctus andBenedictus are most likely from the period of the apostles.
  5. Since its introduction into the Latin mass from the Eastern Church in the 7th century, theAgnus Dei has been written mostly in neumatic form.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.

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IB Music/Music History/Medieval Period – Wikibooks, open books for an open world

Return to the IB Music Archive Middle Ages (450-1450) Sacred and secular music were distinguished in the Medieval Period, which was divided into two distinct categories. Sacred music was music that was used by the Roman Catholic Church, whilst secular music was music that had no connection to the Church and was utilized by other organizations.

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Sacred Music

It is believed that sacred music emerged from a style known as theGregorian chant. A collection of chants named after Pope Gregory I, the Gregorian chants are considered to be the official compositions of the Catholic Church.

Characteristics of Gregorian chants

  • The melody of a Gregorian chant is highly free-flowing, as is the rhythm of the chant. The chant progresses upward and downward in little increments and jumps within a limited range. Melodies are frequentlymelismatic, meaning that syllables are stretched across numerous notes. Harmony- Because Gregorian chants have a monophonic texture, they do not include any harmony. Although drone (singing the same note over a lengthy period of time, generally in entire notes) was popular, it wasn’t always used. It is impossible to determine the exact timing of each word in a Gregorian chant. It is permissible to hold notes for a “short” or “long” period of time, but no complicated rhythms are employed. In terms of structure, several Gregorian chants are written in ternary (ABA) form. An incipit, or introduction solo, is performed by a cantor at the start of the composition. The piece is subsequently performed by the chorus, and at the conclusion, the cantor ends with a solo that was frequently performed at a lower dynamic level and with a more limited range of notes. Timbre- Sung by entirely male choirs in a hushed tone. However, they were occasionally composed as a teaching tool for women who were nuns in convents. Structure-Gregorian chants are one of the rare pieces of music that is totally monophonic, as seen by its texture. In a Gregorian chant, there is just one melodic line to be heard. The Gregorian chants were employed by the Church to help in the performance of prayers. They were sung by monks (and, on occasion, women in convents) in the past. In addition, because it was the official music of the Roman Catholic Church, all gregorian chants were just vocalists, as instrumentation was regarded to be Pagan by the Church. As a result, every text was written in Latin as a result of this. They were performed at the “office” and “mass” of religious ceremonies, and all gregorian chant was passed down orally because the use of written music was quite unusual at the time. Church Modes were the scales in which gregorian chants were performed, and they were divided into three categories. Up to the Renaissance period, they were in widespread usage during the middle ages. The phrase “what can we do with a drunken sailor” is an example of how they are used frequently in folk song. Church modes are composed of seven tones, with the eighth tone duplicating the tonic an octave higher than the tonic.

Organum

Around the year 700, the Gregorian chant began to take shape. From 700 to 900, composers would write a line in parallel motion to the chant at a predetermined interval of a fifth or a fourth above the original line, resulting in a total of nine lines. From 900 until 1200, this technology underwent considerable development. During this time, the upper line moved in its own right, independent of the initial chanting pattern. After 1100, top lines began to develop rhythmic independence and eventually became independent.

This is the name given to the Gregorian chant on which the higher lines are based, which is known as thecantus firmus.

Leonin and Perotin, two composers who worked together on organum, were important in its development.

It is therefore legitimate to speak to these two composers and their pupils collectively as theSchool of Notre Dame.

Significant Composers

  • Leonin – He is the first known composer to employ measured rhythm in his works
  • He is also the first known composer to utilize measured rhythm in his compositions. The composer Perotin is credited with being the first known composer to create three separate lines at the same time.

Sacred music was usually performed by singers. This was mostly owing to the association between instruments and paganic ceremonies. Although instruments were increasingly significant throughout the Medieval Period, this was not the case throughout the whole period. When it comes to holy music throughout the Medieval Period, the organ is the most essential instrument. Even while early organs were quite loud, they were significantly more difficult to operate and necessitated a considerable lot of physical power on the part of the player.

Secular Music

In contrast to religious music, secular music had a more clearly defined rhythm and a texture that was closer to homophony or polyphony than holy music. Because chords were merely inferred, it wasn’t pure homophony in this case. The texture was predominantly vocal, as was the case with holy music, albeit it did not treat instruments with the same level of distrust as the Church.

TroubadoursTrouvères

During the Medieval Period, a great deal of secular music was composed by troubadours and troubavères. These were nobility from France, and they were known for writing music in order to earn status.

Significant Composers

  • Guillaume IX, Duke of Aquitaine
  • Chastelain di Couci
  • Beatriz de Dia (a female troubadour)
  • Guillaume IX, Duke of Aquitaine

Jongleurs

Guillaume IX, Duke of Aquitaine; Chastelain di Couci; Beatriz de Dia (a female troubadour); Guillaume IX, Duke of Aquitaine; Guillaume IX, Duke of Aquitaine

Ars Nova

Around the year 1350, a new type of music known as Ars Nova (New Art) began to emerge. The period known as Ars Nova encompasses both ecclesiastical and secular music, however secular music gained prominence during this time. The following are some of the most important aspects of Ars Nova:

  • Polyphony is being developed, as is the use of duple meter and syncopation.

Sacred Music

The emergence of a great form for religious music, themass ordinary, occurred during the Ars Nova period. The ordinary of the mass is made up of five prayers that are put to music in five separate movements. The prayers are as follows:

Secular Music

In part as a result of the Church’s declining power, secular music began to gain in popularity during the Ars Nova Period. Instruments were employed more often, while the majority of the song was still performed vocally. The ballata is a new secular form that emerged during the Ars Nova period. Theballatais a dance that takes the shape of the letters A BB AA. A ballata is also referred to as a falala due to the fact that it employs this line throughout its compositions.

Significant Composers

  • Works of significance
  • It is the first known polyphonic mass, and it is celebrated at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
  • Works of significance
  • Ecco la Primavera – This is an example of an Ars Nova ballata
  • It was composed in the early twentieth century.

Instruments of the Period

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Divine Office

  • The first prayer of the day (Ad Matutinum) congratulates (Ad Laudes) Hours that aren’t important (Ad Tertiam, Ad Sextam and Ad Nonam) Vespers is a service held at the end of the day (Ad Vesperas) Ad Completorium (Ad Completorium)
  • Compline (Ad Completorium)

Mass Ordinaries and Propers

  • Prayer in the morning (Ad Matutinum) Thank you for your time (Ad Laudes) hours that aren’t important (Ad Tertiam, Ad Sextam and Ad Nonam) Vigils are held at a time of day when the sun is setting (Ad Vesperas) Ad Completorium (Ad Completorium) means “till the completion of the task.”

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MATINS
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TERCE
  • After lunch, rest and reading time, the second day begins at 12.45 p.m.
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Medieval Church Music: Gregorian Chant & Plainchant – Video & Lesson Transcript

The arts were associated with the liturgy during the Middle Ages (500-1450), according to the church. They were powerful and wealthy, and they were in charge of the majority of choices, including dictating the job and paying musicians.

Plainchant

The church established a set of standards that everyone must adhere to. This music, which was termed plainchant, had a hollow tone to it. It was only slightly different from one location to the next when it came to unaccompanied church music (sang in unison). Despite this, holy music was the most popular, and it is said that the music regulations were delivered from above.

Gregorian Chant

According to legend, the standardizing components It came from a dove who spoke in hushed tones to Pope Gregory. This may seem absurd, but it is the only record available, and as a result, the probable myth has endured for years. We’ll never know where it originates from in its true form. As a result, the tale continues to exist as status quo, with the belief that he is the one who established the cans and can’ts, which is why we refer to it as Gregorian Chant. Plainchant is a style of song that is sung in unison.

There was no harmony or instrumental accompaniment; they all sang the same song.

It was derived from other ancient religions, and perhaps simply a few inflections were borrowed from them.

Long, free-flowing rhythms were created from such a little quotation.

Organum and Interval Definitions

As time went on, the music became monotonous. One melody has missing notes, but they wanted it to be complete. Their hopes and ambitions came fulfilled in the year 900. Rather than simply one note, they might have two notes instead. The organum was composed of two melodic lines. Songs are sung at parallel intervals that have been properly defined The distance between two pitches on a football team’s field. You just read the notes as if they were a graph on a computer screen. It is possible to calculate the interval by counting the number of lines and spaces, which includes both notes and empty spaces.

The clergy conferred at three different intervals: the fourth, fifth, and octave were all deserving of the title.

It makes no difference whether you begin with a space or a line.

Thefifthis is another one that’s regularly encountered.

Both of the pitches lie on lines or spaces, which makes it easier to distinguish the fifth from the other pitches.

Finally, the octave is the longest span that has been seen. In between, there is a pitch range of eight different pitches. It’s a great choice for men’s and boys’ choruses. This wonderful sound is produced by an octave.

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