Week 2-3-F10-RenaissanceSacred-Reformations

Week 2-3-F10-RenaissanceSacred-Reformations - Week 2: Music...

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Week 2: Music and/as Worship: Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Worlds Lecture 5: Friday, September 3 Renaissance Sacred Music: Protestant and Catholic Reformations
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Announcements BB Assignment 3 opens tomorrow morning Starting next week, complete online quizzes before class Starting next week, expect in-class quizzes Extra points activity will be posted over the weekend. Look for information in BB (don’t wait for an email) Acknowledgement Form Registration Form
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i>Clicker Activity 1 What of the following chant styles, became the established repertory in the West? A. Old Roman chant B. Mozarabic chant C. Gregorian chant D. Sarum chant E. Beneventan chant
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i>Clicker Activity 2 What was the main institution that promote music in the Middle Ages? A. Libraries B. Universities C. The State D. Music Schools E. Convents
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i>Clicker Activity 3 What of the following statements is correct? A. The Gregorian Chant is the music of the
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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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Week 2-3-F10-RenaissanceSacred-Reformations - Week 2: Music...

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