March 3 - March 3, 2008 CHPT 9: Music to 1600 Listening to...

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March 3, 2008 CHPT 9: Music to 1600 Listening to Western Classical Music Greek Roots of western Music Greek Music Theory 500 BC – 200AD Theoretical Ideas Only (Greek musical practice) Western Classical Music Western European Classical Music in Chronological Order: Medieval (____-1450) Renaissance (1450-1600) Baroque (1600-1750) Classic (1750-1820) Romantic (1820-1900) Modern (1900-____) The Roman Catholic Church - Liturgy from Jewish practice - Dominant force in all culture maters for 1400 years - Music Mostly Vocal -Monks - Boy Choirs - Great Repertoire of chant melodies
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TERMS - Chant - Gregorian chants - Melisma- when any one syllable takes any note - Syllabic- one note per syllable - Monophonic- thin texture of music The Development of Musical Notation - Aid to memory - This invention had to specify - Note - Rhythms - Relationships between parts - First notated (polyphonic) Composers - Leonin - Perotin March 5, 2008 Polyphony - Melodies added to chant - Imitative counterpoint (Similar to Conon like Row, Row, Row Your Boat)
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This note was uploaded on 06/27/2008 for the course PMUS 1001 taught by Professor Irinamoreland during the Spring '08 term at University of Colorado Denver.

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