MUSC 1100 Test 2 study guide Spr2010

MUSC 1100 Test 2 study guide Spr2010 - MUSC 1100 Test No 2...

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MUSC 1100 Test No. 2 Study Guide Spring 2010 Gregorian Chant - the type of chant standardized by Pope Gregory the Great syllabic - type of chant text setting with one note per syllable of text neumatic - type of chant text setting with 5 or six notes per syllable of text melismatic - type of chant text setting with many notes per syllable of text responsorial - a style of chant that alternates between soloist and a chorus organum - early polyphonic music from the Notre Dame School rhythmic modes - a system created to keep two voices together. Fixed patterns throughout a piece motet - a medieval genre that came from adding text to existing organum polytextual - many texts occurring simultaneously as in the motet. Troubadours (trobaritz) - Southern France tradition of poet-composers Trouvères - Northern France tradition of poet-composers Minnesingers - German tradition of poet-composers strophic - common song form. Melody is the same with different words each time Word Painting
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