Antiquity-Baroque

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Antiquity-Baroque
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Music History Antiquity-Baroque Eras for Praxis II
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  1. Medieval Era Dates
    1150-1400
  2. Renaissance Era Dates
    1400-1600
  3. Baroque Era Dates
    1600-1750
  4. Neumes
    notational symbols indicating pitches in Medieval music
  5. Name the 5 parts of the Mass
    • Kyrie
    • Gloria
    • Credo
    • Sanctus
    • Agnus Dei
  6. Name the 7 modes
    • Ionian
    • Dorian
    • Phrygian
    • Lydian
    • Mixolydian
    • Aeolian
    • Locrian
  7. Which mode is equal to the major scale?
    Ionian
  8. Which mode is equal to the minor scale?
    Aeolian
  9. Era: Hildegard von Bingen
    Medieval
  10. Describe the difference between troubadours, trouveres and minnesingers
    • Troubadours: southern France
    • Trouveres: northern France
    • Minnesingers: German
  11. Motet
    a genre of music with vernacular language (created in the Medieval period)
  12. Era: Philippe de Vitry
    Medieval
  13. Era: Guillaume de Machaut
    Medieval
  14. Shawm
    a double reed instrument from the Medieval period
  15. What makes Medieval music sound different from Renaissance music?
    Pythagorean tuning: Unison, Octave, P4 and P5 were the only allowed intervals in the Medieval period
  16. When did 3rds and 6ths become acceptable?
    Renaissance period
  17. Just Tuning
    3rd sounded good, 5th sounded a little weird
  18. Principle works of Hildegard von Bingen
    Sacred Medieval
  19. Principle works of Philippe de Vitry
    Medieval Motets
  20. Principle works of Guillaume de Machaut
    Secular Medieval
  21. Era: Guillaume du Fay
    Renaissance
  22. Era: Josquin des Prez
    Renaissance
  23. Texture of Medieval Period
    Monophonic
  24. Texture of Renaissance Period
    Polyphonic
  25. Rhythm of Medieval Period
    Differentiation among various voices
  26. Rhythm of Baroque Period
    Strong vs. weak beats
  27. Rhythm of Renaissance Period
    • Balanced and evenly flowing
    • Steady beat emerges
  28. Instrumentation in Medieval and Renaissance Periods
    • Limited instrumental repetoire in Medieval Period
    • In the Renaissance, instruments typically doubled voices
  29. Instrumental ensembles in the Renaissance period
    4 like-instruments performing vocal pieces
  30. What era does the madrigal belong to?
    Renaissance
  31. Madrigal - Name 5 characterstics
    • Secular
    • Italian
    • Vocal (6-8 parts)
    • Unaccompanied
    • Polyphonic
  32. Era: Maddalena Casulana
    Renaissance
  33. Principle works of Maddalena Casulana
    Madrigals
  34. Era: Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
    Renaissance
  35. Primary works of Palestrina
    Sacred Renaissance
  36. Era: Orlande de Lassus
    Renaissance
  37. When did the Basso Continuo emerge?
    Baroque
  38. When did modal music shift to tonal music?
    Baroque
  39. When did instruments gain importance in the musical world?
    Baroque
  40. When did program music emerge?
    Baroque
  41. Texture of Baroque Period
    Polyphonic or Homophonic
  42. When did embellishment begin?
    Baroque
  43. Era: Claudio Monteverdi
    Baroque
  44. When did the opera emerge?
    Baroque
  45. Era: Jean-Baptiste Lully
    Baroque
  46. Era: George Frideric Handel
    Baroque
  47. Era: Henry Purcell
    Baroque
  48. Oratorio
    sacred version of the opera
  49. Era: Johann Sebastian Bach
    Baroque
  50. When did the violin emerge?
    Baroque
  51. What musical era is the sonata from?
    Baroque
  52. Sonata
    an instrumental form
  53. What musical era is the concerto from?
    Baroque
  54. Concerto
    a large group of instrumentalists with a soloist
  55. Era: Antonio Vivaldi
    Baroque
  56. When did the harpsichord and pianoforte emerge?
    Baroque

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