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Homework Chapter 8 1. In what way did the Hundred Years’ War influence music? a. It put a halt to all secular music. b. The nobility could not longer afford to support music. c. English composers spent time in France. d. Composers from different regions became isolated from one another. e. It inspired nationalistic genres. 2. The contenance angloise refers to_______. a. The English style of polyphony b. An anti-English secular song that became very popular in France c. A musical instrument that was the forerunner of the English Horn d. A dance that was popular in England e. French disdain for the English Style 3. In England most composition in the early fifteenth-century was_____. a. Secular monophony b. Secular polyphony c. Monophonic tropes and sequences d. Polyphony on Latin text e. Composed for two languages simultaneously, usually English and Latin 4. Cantilena is best defined as a. A compositional style that imitates a bagpipe b. An improvised third voice added to a two-voice piece c. A freely composed homorhythmic piece d. Secular song in the French style e. Using two cantus firmus tenor voices 5. The Old Hall Manuscript contains__________ a. Sacred polyphony, including the works of Dunstable b. The earliest mass cycles built on secular French songs c. Secular song from Burgundy. d. Tinctoris’s treatise e. Walter Odington’s treatise 6. The form which contains a burden is the____________. a. Burgundian chanson b. ballade c. isorhythmic motet d. polyphonic hymn e. carol
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7. By the first half of the fifteenth-century, the word motet was applied to_____. a. Any polyphonic composition on a sacred Latin text other than the Ordinary of the Mass. b. Any polyphonic composition in Latin c. Any polyphonic compositions in which all voices had different texts d. Any polyphonic composition using isorhythmic techniques e. Any polyphonic composition using Latin words from the Ordinary of the Mass 8. Which of these polyphonic genres was not one that Dunstable used? a.
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