MUL 2010- Week 3 and 4 notes
MUL 2010- Week 3 and 4 notes MUL 2010
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Renaissance (1450-1600) “rebirth” of Humanism Centers of Power shifted from church to curt The fall of Constantinople 1453 The expulsion of the Jews and Muslims from Spain 1492 art o linear perspective technology o invention of printing press 1440 Italy was the center of visual arts John Dunstable o The English Sweetness Burgundian School o The court of Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy o Guillaume Du Fay (c. 1400-1474) Renaissance Standards o Texture Polyphonic Four-voice A capella o Sound Ideal: a homogenous blend of equal sounds A capella choirs for sacred and secular music Families of musical instruments Franco-Flemish School o N. France and the “low countries,” Belgium and the Netherlands o Josquin des Prez (c.1440-1521) Sacred music o Motet and mass Josquin des Prez, Absolon, fili mi o Motet o Imitation o Tone painting/ text painting- music reflects the text Missa Pange Lingua: Kyrie o Cantus firmus mass (based on a plainchant) Corruption of the Church o Rise of movements Martin Luther 1517. England, King Henry VII Music for services to reflect their values in vernacular us of instruments Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (c. 1525-1594) o Counterformation Council of Trent (1545-1563) o Missa Papae Marcelli “Savior of church music” dedicated to Pope Marcellus II Gloria Polyphonic texture Purity of harmony Clarity of text o 104 masses and 450 other scared works Secular Music o Genres Italy- Madrigal France- Chanson England- Madrigal, Ballet, Lute Song o Characteristics Sung by chamber choir Tone/text painting – musical illustration of the text Sung in vernacular Usually more strongly rhythmic Usually a capella Sentimental or erotic text o Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643) Zefiro torna- Italian Madrigal o Clement Jannequin (ca. 1485-1560) La Guerre- French Chanson o Thomas Weelkes (ca. 1575-1623) A s Vesta Was From Latmos Hill Descending- English Madrigal from The Triumphs of Oriana o Thomas Morley Now is the Month of Maying- ballet o PDQ Bach My Bonnie Lass, She Smelleth from ˆThe Triumphs of Thusnelda o John Downland (1563-1626) Fantasie for lute solo o Consort Whole (instruments of the same type) broken (instruments from various families) o Music intended for dancing o Favorite dances were Pavane in slow duple meter Galliard, in quick triple meter
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