Glossary of Music Test 3 Review
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- choral music for voice alone, without instruments
- french for song; a genre of french secular music
- the way words are set to music, in terms of rhythm, accent, etc.
- a single two note chord running continuosly
- a renaissance court dance in triple meter
- a simple religious song in several stanzas, for congregational singin in church
- any of various lively dances in triple time
- a medieval secular musician
- Jongleurs(France) or Minstrels(England)
- the main secular vocal genre of the Renaissance
- the main Roman Catholic service; or the music written for it. The musical mass consists of five main sections: Kyrie,Gloria,Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei
- any of a system of modes used in Gregorian chants up until 1600
- Medieval Modes
- post composers of the Middle Ages in Germany
- a sacred vocal composition. Early motets were based on fragments of Gregorian chant.
- a sign used in the notation of plainsong during the Middle Ages, surviving today in transcriptions of Gregorian chant
- the earliest genre of medieval polyphonic music
- the modification and decoration of plainchant melodies in early Renaissance music
- a slow, 16th century court dance in duple meter
- unaccompanied, monophonic music, without fixed rhythm or meter
- plainchant or Gregorian chant
- "rebirth" -is the name given to a complex current of thought that worked deep changes in Europe from the 14th - 16th century
- a song in several stanzas, with the same music sung for each stanzas opposed to through-composed song
- strophic form
- aristocratic poet-musicians of the Middle Ages
- Troubadours(S France) or Trouveres (N France)
- musical illustration of the meaning of a word or a short verbal phrase
- word painting
- Anonymous - "In paradisum"
- Gregorian Antiphon
- Hidegard Of Bingen - "Columba Aspexit"
- Plainchant sequence
- Bernart de Ventadorn - "La dousa votz"
- Troubadour song
- Guillame Dufay - "Ave Maris stella"
- Harmonized hymn
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