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NAMES: Robert Schumann: In Wunderschonen Monat Mai Clara Schumann: Pianist in romanticism, Der Mond Kommt Still Gegangen (Modified strophic A, A, A I ), wrote many pieces for herself to perform Franz Schubert: Elfking (Blurs divisions between external events and internal reactions (a musical representation of horse stomping can well be the sound of the sick child’s quick heartbeat) Frédéric Chopin: Songs without words Nocturne in F sharp major Sui generis form , fuses modified strophic and ABA Literal use of ornamentation which imparts a quasi-improvisatory quality to the piece Rubato- literally “robbed time”- general rhythmic flexibility Pope Gregory: Gregorian Chants, earliest forms of song, written in Latin, first music in Europe that got written down Hildegard von Bingen: composed chants, had visions that helped her compose Columba aspexit A, A i , B, B I , C, C I , D, D I Solo singer does a sequence and then group does a slightly different version of what the solo singer does Bernart de Ventadorn Troubadours- knightly poets from the south of France (Provence) who wrote songs of courtly love and feudal service Trobar means to find in Provencal CANSO: poem song about love in the vernacular La dousa votz Guillaume de Machaut Considered the most influential composer and poet of the 14 th century Wrote both sacred and secular music Wrote complex melismatic and polyphonic music
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  • Spring '15
  • Music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Baroque music, la dousa votz

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