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week 2 MUS-22111-001

Sabriah Brown
William B Hannam

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sabriah Brown on Monday September 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MUS-22111-001 at Kent State University taught by William B Hannam in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 14 views.


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Date Created: 09/21/15
Understanding of Music Week 2 European history 8th11th century Death by late 1800 church has in uence political policy in Europe now involved in succession instead of oldest son air now split between all sons this weekend Kingdom and makes them targets for north south and east invaders in eighth and ninth century we see these attacks on Catholic Europe Catholic Europe Italy France parts Of West spain England Germany Austria Some of surrounding land feudalism developed in 10th and 11th centuries security more important than stability commoners found that they could trust local lords more than the church to protect them monarch begin to grow once again feudalism cause tension in church leading to split in eastern and western portions of the church East traditional and West more progressive short after split Muslim invasion take holy land ofJerusalem 1095 AD Pope Urban ll called First Crusade and responds to Turk invasion polyphony most important development and western music examples of here between 1000 and 1150 AD polyphony forces changes musical notation moves us toward our modern system gtrhythmic notation system organum earliest form of polyphony Adds a second voice above or below original voice Voice is more parallel to each other L onin 11351201 amp P rotin 11751238 gtL onin rst prominent composer of polyphonic music whose name we know today composed in 2 part organum gtP rotin L onins student He extended orgasm 3 amp 4 parts both men composed music for Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris


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