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What is the de els i ray?
mass for the dead
Missa notre dame composer
Missa notre dame period
Missa notre dame type
Missa se la face ay pale composer
Missa se la face ay pale period
Missa se la face ay pale type
Who is the only composer of note from Burgandian school?
Ave Maria composer
Ave Maria period
Ave Maria type
Missa pange lingua composer
Missa pange lingua period
Missa pange linguo type
As Vesta was Descending composer
As Vesta was Descending period
As Vesta was Descending type
Pope Marcelli composer
Pope Marcelli period
Pope Marcelli type
Tristus anima composer
Tristus anima period
Tristus anima type
O Magnum Mysterium composer
O Magnum Mysterium period
O Magnum Mysterium type
La Bouree composer
La Bouree period
La Bouree type
Io Parto composer
Io Parto period
Io Parto type
Morro lasso composer
Morro lasso period
Morro lasso type
Pavana Lachrymae composer
Pavana Lachrymae period
Pavana Lachrymae type
late renaissance master of motet
Teacher of Josquin
Flemish composer who influenced German music
Flemish composer who influenced Italian music
Sub-period of Lasso
Sub-period of Weelkes
Sub-period of Byrd
Sub-period of Morely
Sub-period of Dowland
Sub-period of Victoria
Sub-period of Josquin
Sub-period of Leonin
Sub-period of Perotin
Sub-period of Dufay
Sub-period of Dunstable
Sub-period of Alleghri
Most numerous kind of chant sung before and after a psalm
Who was Boethius?
early MA; Roman philosopher, music theorist--wrote first music theory book
Who was Guido?
the father of music notation, 1000AD
What is a troubadour?
medieval composer of northern France
What is a hocket?
a single melody shared between two or more parts such that one voice sounds while the other rests.
What are some specific contributions of the Ars Antiqua?
What are some specific contributions of the Ars Nova?
What is organum?
First major polyphony. Used in church. Latin. Based on existing chant.
What is conductus?
Original material, usually a Latin poem. Very loose term.
What is a motet?
different lines at same time, adding another line onto already existing text. Sometimes in multiple languages.
What are some names of double reeds and their families?
What is a plainsong mass?
using different chant melodies for each movement
What is a cantus firmus?
"fixed melody"; base all movements of mass on same melody
What is a parody mass?
using a preexisting polyphonic mass (like motet) "plugged into" mass
What are the musical periods and their dates?
Medieval period (450-1450)
Earliest Greek music theorist?
What are the two cults in Ancient Greece and what is each's appropriate instrument?
Roman musical practice was taken from what country?
Rhythm and form are generally determined by the what in Ancient music?
the words/syllables used
Greek scales are called...
What do you call short phrases used to construct Greek scales?
Phrygian and Lydian are names of Greek...
The Greek theory that music affects emotions is the theory of...
What are the dates of the ars antiqua?
What are the dates of the ars nova?
What is the first important polyphonic form?
What is the polyphonic form that used various texts and languages?
What is the polyphonic form that uses original music and has Latin text based on Latin forms (Latin poems)?
What is the rhythmic innovation of the ars antiqua?
What is the rhythmic innovation of the ars nova?
independant rhythmic notation. minstrel notation
Franco of Cologne invented what?
Who is considered the father of music notation and when?
Name an important composer of the ars antiqua.
Who is the most important composer of the French ars nova?
What is the name of the first important school of polyphony, and where does it reside?
School of Notre Dame, Paris