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Unformatted text preview: itterness Music Terms •  Rhythm: the orderly flow of music through time –  Meter: the grouping of beats into patterns; some exs… •  1212 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHFf7NIwOHQ •  123123 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cg1dMpu4v7M •  12341234 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLHj-eekdNU&feature=related –  Beat: the regular pulse found in most music; what you “tap” as you listen Music Terms •  Melody: a series of pitches sounded one after another that seems to belong together RENAISSANCE MUSIC (ca. 1450 ­1600) Part I THE RENAISSANCE (ca. 1450 ­1600) Let’s discuss how we get from music that sounds like this: To music that sounds like this: THE RENAISSANCE (ca. 1450 ­1600) •  Improving economy meant more money for the arts •  Humanism  ­ an emphasis on the human and natural as opposed to the otherwordly or divine •  Art valued for its own sake, not just as means of religious devoRon •  BoTcelli, Michelangelo, Raphael, TiRan, TintoreUo… THE RENAISSANCE MASS •  Cantus firmus •  AddiRonal lines wriUen above AND below the cantus firmus •  More bass line movement = richer sounding music •  Counterpoint – the relaRonship between two independent melodic lines •  Imita/on – a form of counterpoint where one line repeats the same idea as the other line, on...
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