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Renaissance Secular Music Music in Court and City Life Professional musicians: courts and civic functions Merchant class amateurs: played and sang at home Lute, keyboard instrument
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Renaissance Secular Music Women and music Chanson and madrigal Francesco Petrarch (1304–1373) Pierre de Ronsard (1524–1585)
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The Chanson Burgundy and France in the 15th century 3 or 4 voices Courtly love verses Freer poetic structures
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Chanson Johannes Ockeghem, Gilles Binchois, Guillaume Du Fay, and Josquin des Prez
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Josquin: Mille regretz (A thousand regrets) (Listening Guide) Last year of composer’s life Four-voice texture Language of courtly love Pain and suffering of leaving one’s beloved Church mode Homorhythm, imitation Expressive text setting
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Instrumental Dance Music Period of growth Published music Publishing centers: Venice, Paris, Antwerp Instrumentation was unspecified Indoor/outdoor
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2008 for the course EMUS 3822 taught by Professor Hagen during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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