Chap5MUH204LO - c. Hawaiian mele pule d. Navajo hozhoni...

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Chapter 5 A. Overall Objectives This chapter will help you acquire familiarity with: 1. Principal styles of the Middle Ages as reflections of the lifestyle of church or court: a. plainchant b. secular songs and dances, especially the music of the troubadours c. Notre Dame organum d. ars nova motets 2. The evolution of polyphony and rhythmic notation in the Middle Ages as found in: a. the development of organum b. Notre Dame organum c. the ars nova d. motets of Machaut 3. Chant as a universal phenomenon associated with religious ritual, especially: a. Gregorian plainchant b. Qur’anic recitation
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Unformatted text preview: c. Hawaiian mele pule d. Navajo hozhoni songs B. Listening Objectives After completing this chapter, you should be able to: 1. Hear how elements and structures of music were typically used in the Middle Ages. 2. Identify and follow principal types of music written in the Middle Ages: plainchant, troubadour songs, Notre Dame organum, and ars nova motets. 3. Hear similarities and differences between different types of chant: Gregorian plainchant, Quranic recitation, Hawaiian mele pule , and Navajo ho 'zho' ni songs....
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