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MUS100Week6.pdf 15354 - MUS 100 - 01

Emily Liescheidt
Introduction to Music Literature
Kimberly A Veenstra

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This short week covered a little information regarding Renaissance instrumental music.
Introduction to Music Literature
Kimberly A Veenstra
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Date Created: 10/14/15
Renaissance instrumental music 1 Instrumental music gained more popularity in the Renaissance era 1 2 3 brass instruments 1 Trumpet has three valves that shorten and lengthen the tube to make different notes 2 Cornett 3 Sackbutsort of like a trombone String instruments 1 violplayed like a cello 2 lyrelittle harp developed through time instead of plucking the strings with fingers it gets played with a pick 3 HurdyGurdy Wheel inside that spins and plucks strings Woodwind instruments 1 Shawm double reed instrument the mouth goes all the way over the mouth piece 1 strong nasally sound 2 bagpipes uses air in the back to produce sound 3 Transverse flute wind blown across the mouth hole like a bottle 4 Recorder flute with a different type of mouth piece 2 Types of instrumental work 1 4 5 6 canzona based on the style of secular songs 1 played by instruments in the church 2 more similar to motet that madrigal St Mark s church in Venice 1 had choir lofts on both sides of the church up high overlooking the congregation 2 domes created echo effects in the church Adrian WillaertFlemish 1 first to experience with sounds in this church Andrea Gabrieliltalian Giovanni Gabrieliltalian Andrea s nephew Claudio Monteverdi Italian 3 Musical style 1 2 The overall sound of renaissance music is smooth and homogenous Harmony is primarily based on modes 1 not quite the idea of tonic just a natural rise and fall through pitches 2 notes that happen to be used are one of four basic modes most prominent feature is imitation


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