MUAR 211 MIDTERM NOTES

MUAR 211 MIDTERM NOTES - MUAR 211 MID TERM NOTES Listening...

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MUAR 211 MID TERM NOTES Listening Part 1. Vere dignum (anonymous) 1) Genre: preface 2) Use of reciting tone 3) Used for Mass (church) 2. In paradisum (anonymous) 1) Genre: antiphone 2) Requiem Mass (mass for the dead) 3. Columba aspexit (Hildegard (1098 – 1179)) 1) Genre: sequence 2) Melodic style 4. Alleluia. Diffusa est gratia (Perotin (c.1200)) 1) Genre: Organum 2) Number of voices: 3 5. Quant en moi (Machaut (ca.1300-1377)) 1) Genre: motet (voice on top has different texts) 2) Number of voices: 3 (different melody, text) 6. Ave maris stella (Guillaume Dufay (c. 1400-1474)) 1) Genre: hymn (a tuneful sacred song in several stanzas) 2) Compositional techniques such as Paraphrase, alternatim performance, homophony were used 7. Pange lingua Mass (Josquin Desprez (c.1450-1521)) 1) Polyphonic Mass (Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Agnus Dei) 2) Paraphrase of Gregorian hymn “Pange lingua” 3) 4 voices (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) – Men and choirboys would sing this 4) Compositional techniques : point of imitation , blend of imitative polyphony and homophony
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8. Pope Marcellus Mass (Palestrina (1525-94) 1)
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