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MUL 2010- Week 3 notes

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MUL 2010- Week 3 notes MUL 2010

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History & Appreciation of Music
Kristina Timofeeva
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Date Created: 09/23/16
Middle Ages 450-1450  Music in Classical Greece o 350 BCE­350 CE­ only a few works survived   Music could affect behavior   Doctrine of Ethos o Music had divine origin   Apollo­ classical  Dionysus­ Romantic  Medieval­ “between the ages”  Catholic church­ unifying for in Europe   3 classes: Serfs, Aristocrats, and Clergy  Roman Liturgy divided into several offices and mass  The hours of divine office o 4am­Matins, 7am­ Lauds, 9am­ Prime, 11am­ Terce, 12:30­Sext, 3pm­ none, 6pm­ vespers, 9 or 10pm compline  Mass o Proper  Introit, Gradual, Alleluia, etc. o Ordinary  Kyrie, Gloria, …  Sacred Music o Chant­ plainchant or plainsong o Gregorian chant­ Pope Gregory I (c. 540­604)  Monophonic texture  Hildegard von Bingen o One of the earliest known woman composer o Also poet, painter, and mystic o Abbess of convent at Bingen   Secular Music o 12 and 13 centuries o Aristocrat accompanied by a servant  o Troubadours (S. France) o Trouveres (N. France) o Trovatori (Italy) o Minnesingers ( Germany) o Usually on the subject of chivalric love  In vernacular   More rhythmic than a chant   Often accompanied by an instrument   Modal  Instrumental Music o Monophonic  o Primitive o Instruments   Rebec  Pipe   Shawn  Early Polyphony (900­1200) o Organum  Parallel organum   Free organum  Melismatic organum  School of Notre Dame o Leonin and Perotin  14  Century French Music o Ars Nova  Ars Antigua, 13  C. Frnce o Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300­1377)  Messe de Nostre Dame (Mass of Our Lady)  First polyphonic setting of the complete Mass Ordinary


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