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1. Discuss the Reformation and Counter-Reformation also addressing their effects on musical development during this time period. (10 points) Reformation Rejecting problematic principles of the Catholic papacy included indulgences, salvation through faith vs salvation through deeds believed religious rituals, penance, and good deeds were not necessary for hevn Luther believed in educational and ethical power of music Worshipers singing together could unite in proclaiming faith and praise Entire congregation should sing during service, not just choir Saw the birth of the chorale, a four-part harmonized setting that consisted of a metric, rhymed, strophic poem and a melody in simple rhythm sung in unison Used adaptations of Gregorian chant, German devotional songs, secular songs with new words, and new compositions. “Chorale motets” became a popular creation, borrowing from the franco-flemish motet Calvin believed in minimalism in churches, and music reflected that Taverner and Tallis showed long melismas, full textures, and cantus firmus structures, as
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  • Spring '14
  • DeirdreE.McClure
  • Music, Polyphony, Johannes Ockeghem, cantus firmus, Motet

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