Renaissance ch14-15

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  1. Renaissance Sacred Music
    • 1450-1600
    • 1. a capella
    • 2. Reformation
    • 3. Counter-Reformation
    • 4. Council of Trent (1545-1563)
  2. Renaissance Style
    • 1450-1600
    • a capella
    • imitative polyphony
    • harmony: fuller chords, 3rds and 6ths
    • duple meter
  3. Reformation
    • Reformation: Protestant Revolt
    • Martin Luther
  4. Martin Luther (1545-1563)
    • protestant
    • Augustian monk
    • created the first chorales
    • hymns four-part, originally sung in unison
  5. Counter-Reformation
    • Catholic church response
    • accessible music
    • Council of Trent (1545-1563)
    • favored pure vocal style:
    • simplicity, clarity
    • integrity of sacred texts
  6. Council of Trent (1545-1563)
    • no embellishments
    • no certain instruments
    • no use of popular songs
    • no complex polyphony
  7. a capella
    one voice without accomp.
  8. Renaissance Secular Music
    • 1. Women
    • 2. Chanson
    • 3. Italian, English Madrigals
    • 4. Instrumental Dance Music
    • 5. Venice
  9. Women in music
    • music education
    • fame as professional singers
  10. Genres: Chanson and Madrigals
  11. The Chanson
    • song
    • 3 or 4 voices
    • freer poetic structures
  12. The Italian Madrigal
    • 3-8 voices
    • short poems: lyrical
    • music enhanced poetry
    • word painting: depicts emotional words
    • instruments double or substitute voices
    • Jacques Arcadelt
  13. The English Madrigal
    • Elizabethan era (1558-1603)
    • less serious, lighter texts
    • John Farmer
    • dance like
  14. John Farmer (c. 1570-1603)
    • English composer, organist
    • one madrigal collection
    • light hearted style
  15. Instrumental Dance Music
    • 16th century purely instrumental music develop
    • published music readily
    • books of dances
    • percussion improvised
    • dance types
  16. Venetian Style
    multiple choirs of voices and instruments
  17. Madrigal originated in Italy
    Jacques Arcadelt earlymaster of Italian Madrigal
    English madrigal simpler lighter

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