Glossary of Music History Cont
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- Josquin des prez
- 1525-1594: wrote in the a capella style
- Claudio Monteverdi
- 1567-1643 a bridge composer between renaissance and barque
- 1550-1618 "The New Music"
- 1653-1753- Concerto Grosso
- 1678-1741 The Red Priest, Four Seasons, Concertos, Opera, Instrumental Music
- 1681-1767-40 Operas, 3000 Cantatas, 600 Overtures
- 1683-1750 Treatise on Harmony, influenced by Lully
- J.S. Bach
- 1685-1750 Greatest Composers, organist, born Eisenbach, Germany
- 1685-1759 Opera, Oratorios, Water Music, Messiah
- Syllabic chant
- A chant with one note per syllable
- Neumatic chant
- A chant with one neume per syllable
- Melismatic Chant
- A chant which numerous note occur for each syllable.
- What is a hemiola?
- When music is written in 3/4 but is notated to sound in 2/4
- John Dowland
- English Renaissance composers, depressed lute music.
- Thomas Morley
- 1557-1602 pupil of byrd
- Recommendations of Council of Trent
- too much secular music in mass
polyphony obscures text
too many noisy instruments
singers attitudes (careless, poor diction)
- Carlo Gesualdo
- Madrigal wrtiers
- Orlando Lassus
- Madrigal writer, Chansons
- French, Four voices, duple meter.
- William Byrd
- 1543-1623 Invented Verse Anthem, religious text w/ organ accompianment Consort Songs.
- Italian secular song, polyphonic with main melody in sop.
- Verse Anthem
- Solo verses alternating w/chorus
- Full Anthem
- Rameau's Treatise on Harmony
- Bassp Comtinuo
- 1600-1800 used figured bass throughout composition, harpsichord, cello, bassoon.
- First Opera
- Daphne (1594-98) written by Jacopo Peri
- Jean Baptiste Lully
- 1632-1687 Large Stage Works, influences Rameau.
- Spoken dialogue over music in an opera setting
- Heinrich Schutz
- 1585-1672 leading composer before Bach
- Sonata da Camera
- Chamber sonata
- Sonata da chiesa
- Church sonata
- Leading German composer of the early and middle 18th century
- Opera seria, opera buffa
- Serious opera, comic opera
- Henry Purcell
- Dido and Aeneas
- C.P.E. Bach
- 1753, true art of playing keyboard instruments.
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