LISTENINGS - LISTENINGS Ancient Medieval Music Greek...

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LISTENINGS Greek Epitaph of Seikilos [1 st cent. B.C.] Chant Hildegard von Bingen (1098 – 1179) Ave Generosa [ca. 1150] Organum Leonin (12 th century) Viderunt Omnes [ca. 1170] The Middle Ages : Development of Polyphony and the Ars Nova Motet Petrus de Cruce (fl. Late 13 th c.) Motet Mass Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-77) La Messe de Nostre Dame [ca. 1360] I. Kyrie Ballade Goscalch En Nul Estat [ca. 1395] The Renaissance…. . Masses of Josquin and Palestrina Josquin des pres (ca. 1450-1521) Missa Hercules dux Ferrariae [ca. 1485] I. Kyrie Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525-94) Missa Papae Marcelli [ca. 1562] I. Kyrie homophony/rich vocal sonority The Renaissance in England and the Rise of Instrumental Music Thomas Tallis (ca. 1505-85) Spem In Alium [1571] The lute John Dowland (1562-1626) Forlorne Hope Fancy [ca.1600] The harpsichord John Bull (1562-1628) Fantasia X [ca. 1600] The Emergence of the Baroque: From Madrigal to Opera Madrigal Carlo Gesualdo (1562-1613)
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