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Intro to Music Literature: Prelude 2 & Chapter 13

by: Jade Gibson

Intro to Music Literature: Prelude 2 & Chapter 13 MUL 2010

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Week 5 This week we moved into learned about music in time periods. We've moved on from just vocabulary and are now putting it into practice!
Intro to Music Literature
Thomas Cimarusti
Class Notes
Music, Literature, MusicLiterature, time, period, week, week5




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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jade Gibson on Tuesday September 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MUL 2010 at Florida Gulf Coast University taught by Thomas Cimarusti in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see Intro to Music Literature in Music Ed & Music Therapy at Florida Gulf Coast University.

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Date Created: 09/13/16
Intro to Music Literature    Prelude 2 & Chapter 13  Week 5  Jade Gibson ­ Class Notes    Prelude 2 & Chapter 13   Music of the Middle Ages (year 500­1450)     What impacted the type of music during this time period? = Religious     The Christian Church  Sacred vs Secular  Church vs Monastery  Citizens vs Monks & Nuns     Important People:   Hildegard von Bingen  First women, first nun, to  compose music     Ordinaries   Propers   ­Prayers for every service:   ­Prayers with aligned celebration  ex. Lord have mercy, Gloria, Credo,  (Christmas, Easter, St Thomas etc..)  Sanctus, Agnus Dei etc…   ­ Communion   ­ Weekly Greeting   ­ Holy Water   ­ Communion    ­ Music aligned with Liturgical Calendar       Mass  Canonical Hours   ­ Average person service  ­ Secluded to Nuns & Monks   ­ No set limit of service requirement  ­ Constantly scheduled throughout day        Day in the life of a Nun/Monk    ­ Wake up  Vocab:   ­ Pray  Liturgical Calendar = Calendar with Religious Holidays   ­ Eat  Sacred = Inspire special/relational worship   ­ Study bible/teachings  Secular = Social music, music for entertaining   ­ Attend Canonical Hours  Notation = Putting sounds/notes on paper   ­ Pray  Liturgy: How the organization of a service ta es place  ­ Study      


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