Music Appreciation 1306 ACC - Music Appreciation 1306 ACC...

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1. 800 Early codification of Plainchant 2. 850-900 Earliest musical notation of plainchant and polyphony 3. 1098-1179 Hildegard von Bingen 4. 1130-1200 Bermart de Ventadon 5. 1180-early 1200s Perotin 6. 1201 Leonin dies 7. 1213 Beatriz de Dia dies 8. 1221-1284 Alfonso el Sabio 9. 1300-1377 Guillaume de Machaut 10. 1325-1397 Francesco Landini 11. 1360 Jocopo da Bolgna dies 12. 1372 Lorenzo de Firenze dies 13. 1376-1445 Oswald von Wolkenstein 14. 1400-1474 Guillaume Du Fay 15. 1420- 1497 Johannes Ockeghem 16. 1450-1521 Josquin De Prez 17. 1505-1585 Thomas Tallas 18. 1510-1575 Tielman Susato 19. 1525/26-1594 Giovanni Pierluigi de Palestrina 20. 1530/32-1594 Orlande de Lassus 21. 1532-1585 Andrea Gabrieli 22. 1542-1623 William Byrd 23. 1575-1623 Thomas Weelkes 24. Anapestic meter short-short-LONG, short-short-LONG, short- short-LONG, 25. Cadence Like a period it signals the end of a unit that can stand on its own. 26. Call and Response lead singer calls and the other parts respond. 27. Chord three or more notes played together. 28. Conjunct Motion Stepwise motion with note very close to each other. 29. Counterpoint a system of rules and procedures governing the composition of multiple melodies that are not only satisfying when played alone but sound good when played together. 30. Disjunct motion motion by leaps, especially large leaps. 31. Duple Meter Long Short, (1-2) (1-2) (1-2) (1-2) First note strong second note week. Use in marching bands to correspond to (Left-Right) (Left- Right) (Left-Right) 32. Dynamics the same music can be performed at many degrees of volume , form very soft to very load. 33. Elided a new line of text is begun before the previous one has come to a complete stop.
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