Week3-2-F10-SongRenaissanceBarroque

Week3-2-F10-SongRenaissanceBarroque - Week 3: The Power of...

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Week 3: The Power of Text: Words and Music in the Secular Song Lecture 7: Friday, September 10 Secular Song: From Renaissance to Baroque Now playing : Jacques Arcadelt (ca.1507-68), Il bianco e dolce cigno. (Madrigal, ca. 1538)
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Reminder This class starts at 1 pm and ends at 1:50 pm. Please do not get up and leave in the middle of or near the end of class . Wait until I Fnish each lecture to start packing your class materials. Thank you. ALSO: students with no i>clickers, please report to your TA
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i>Clicker Activity 4 (from last lecture/activity) What you are listening now is: A. Raimbaut de Vaqueiras: Kalenda Maya (The First of May) B. Machaut: Puis qu’en oubli (Since I am forgotten) C. Monteverdi: Ecco mormorar l’onde (Here, now, the waves murmurar) D. Farmer: Fair Phyllis E. Palestrina: Pope Marcellus Mass
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1 The previous musical example is part of which tradition? A.
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This note was uploaded on 08/25/2011 for the course MUS 302L taught by Professor Dell'antonio during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Week3-2-F10-SongRenaissanceBarroque - Week 3: The Power of...

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