When did Perotin live Who was he Where did he work A twelfth century cleric

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6) When did Perotin live? Who was he? Where did he work?A twelfth-century cleric named Perotin, who worked as the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, wrote immensely long and intricate, but they were always based on existing liturgical melody. 7) Is Behold Spring secular or sacred?
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8) Why are cadences important?A cadence is a brief stopping point at which the music pauses. They are important as Cadences are to music as periods are to verbal expression: when we are writing, we indicate the end of individual units of thought with a comma or period, and when we speak, we make correspondinglybriefer or longer pauses. By breaking speech into units and subunits, we make it easier for listenersto understand what we are saying. 9) What is a strophe?A Strophe is a verse of poetry, or the music corresponding to that verse (also known as Stanza). 10) What is the Squarcialupi Codex? 11) Know the Biography of Landini. Blinded by smallpox at an early age, Landini was the most famous and prolific Italian composer of the 14 th century. He served as an organist at his church and was a phenomenon for being a poet/composer. He is believed to have written more than 150 secular songs, which together represent about one third of all Italian music that has survived from the fourteenth century. 12) Define manuscript. Manuscript literally means, “handwritten”. This would be a handwritten text of the composer’s musical work. 13) Why were manuscripts expensive?
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1) I Can All Too Well Compare My Lady belongs to what genre?
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