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Gregorian chantA)is monophonic in textureB)is homophonic in textureC)is polyphonic in textureD) has no textureThe wandering minstrels, or jongleurs, of the Middle AgesA)performed music and acrobatics in castles, taverns, and town squaresB)lived on the lowest level of societyC)played instrumental dances on harps, fiddles, and lutesD)all of the aboveThe notation of the secular songs of the Middle Ages does not indicateA)rhythmB)pitchC)durationD)any of the aboveA)musicians composed new music to accompany dancingB)the French nobles began to sing hunting songs togetherC)D)all of the aboveGregorian chant is named after Pope Gregory I, whoA)composed all the chants presently in useB)was credited in medieval legend with having created itC)had his name put on the first printed editionD)wrote the texts for the chants
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Music,Gregorian Chant,Polyphony,Florence C,Queen Anne B,King Henry VIII C