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Gregorian chant A) is monophonic in texture B) is homophonic in texture C) is polyphonic in texture D) has no texture The wandering minstrels, or jongleurs, of the Middle Ages A) performed music and acrobatics in castles, taverns, and town squares B) lived on the lowest level of society C) played instrumental dances on harps, fiddles, and lutes D) all of the above The notation of the secular songs of the Middle Ages does not indicate A) rhythm B) pitch C) duration D) any of the above A) musicians composed new music to accompany dancing B) the French nobles began to sing hunting songs together C) D) all of the above Gregorian chant is named after Pope Gregory I, who A) composed all the chants presently in use B) was credited in medieval legend with having created it C) had his name put on the first printed edition D) wrote the texts for the chants The center of polyphonic music in Europe after 1150 was
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2010 for the course MUSIC 1031 taught by Professor Hsys during the Spring '10 term at A.T. Still University.

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