Exam 1 Review

Exam 1 Review - Music 1. Track #1 a. Kyrie Anonymous b....

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Music 1. Track #1 a. Kyrie Anonymous b. Composer: Anonymous c. Format: Gregorian Chant d. Time Period: Middle Ages 2. Track #2 a. O Lucidissima Apostolorum Turba b. Composer: von Bingen c. Format: Response with improvised instrumental accompaniment d. Time Period: Middle Ages 3. Track #4 a. El mois de mai/ De se debent/ Kyrie b. Composer: Anonymous c. Format: Isorhythmic Motet d. Time Period: Middle Ages 4. Track #5 a. Kyrie from Our Lady’s Mass Machaut b. Composer: Machaut c. Format: Four-Voice Mass d. Time Period: Middle Ages 5. Track #7 a. Trotto b. Composer: Anonymous c. Format: Instrumental Dance Music d. Time Period: Middle Ages 6. Track #9 a. Ave Maria Josquin b. Composer: Dufay c. Format: Four-Voice Mass d. Time Period: Renaissance 7. Track #10 a. Gloria from Pope Marcellus Mass b. Composer: Palestrina c. Format: Six-Voice Mass d. Time Period: Renaissance 8. Track #15 a. To the Shady Woods b. Composer: Tomkins c. Format: English Madrigal d. Time Period: Renaissance
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Dates Middle Ages o 500-1450 Renaissance o 1450-1600 Terms Pitch - The highness and lowness of sound Melody - A series of pitches strung together Conjunct - The variety in the pitches of different notes is smooth and tied together Disjunct - The variety in the pitches of different notes is jumpy and harsh. Interval - pitches of different frequencies Phrase - A single line of music played or sung; A musical sentence. Form - The shape of a piece of music; the organization of the music Dynamics - Musical markings that indicate how loud or soft a pitch should be performed. Tempo - The fast and slow of the beat. Meter - A recurring grouping of strong and weak beats, either louder than other beats or longer. Tone Color - The quality of a particular instrument sound; the character of the sound. Rhythm - The duration of sound, usually in the steady beat. Beat - The recurring pulse in the music. Harmony - Two or more sounds together Tonality - The tonal characteristics determined by the relationship of the notes to the tone. Modality
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