Music Appreciation Week 3 Notes
Music Appreciation Week 3 Notes MUSI 2730
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Caspian Roberts on Monday February 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MUSI 2730 at Auburn University taught by David Ballam in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 79 views. For similar materials see Appreciation of Music in Fine arts at Auburn University.
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Date Created: 02/15/16
Musical Beginnings The Middle Ages: Boethius (500 AD) o De Institutione Musica Principles of Music o Had Music divided into 3 categories 1. Performers 2. Composers 3. Musical Judges o He introduced 3 categories of music: Musica Mundara – music on a cosmic level Musica Humana – music that exists inside us Musica Instrumentalis – music of the instrument or voice 7 Liberal Arts o Quadrivium: Mathematics Geometry Music Astronomy o Trivium: Logic Grammar Rhetoric Periods Within the Middle Ages: Gregorian Chant o Pope Gregory was interested in music and worship o Charlemagne standardized chant and suppressed previous dialects of chant What is Chant? o Monophonic, non-metric, Latin text Guido d’Arezzo: Known for his solminization o Do (ut), Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Ti “Guidonian hand” was a way to learn the solminization He was an advocate for a 4 line musical staf Key Terms: Syllabic – one note set to each syllable of text Neumatic – a few notes set to one syllable Melismatic – many notes set to one syllable Mass Liturgy: Daily Offices o 8 services throughout the day/night Mass Proper (varied texts) Mass Ordinary (Fixed Portions) o Kyrie Eleison (Lord Have Mercy) o Gloria in Exelsis Deo (Glory to God in the Highest) o Credo (The Creed) o Sanctus o Agnus Dei
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