The center of polyphonic music in Europe after 1150 was A Paris B Rome C Reims

The center of polyphonic music in europe after 1150

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The center of polyphonic music in Europe after 1150 was A) Paris B) Rome C) Reims D) London Gregorian chant A) B) retained elements of Jewish liturgy from the first centuries after Christ. C) is set to sacred Latin texts. D) all of the above The French secular songs of the Middle Ages usually dealt with The first steps toward the development of polyphony were taken sometime  monks in monastery choirs began to add a second melodic line to  Gregorian chant was the official music of the Roman Catholic church for more than 1,000  years.
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A) the Crusades B) spinning C) love D) all of the above In the recording of the medieval estampie, the melody line is played on a rebec, a A) medieval drum B) bowed string instrument C) tubular wind instrument D) plucked string instrument A) ars nova B) organum C) alleluia D) cantus firmus Medieval music that consists of Gregorian chant and one or more additional  melodic lines is called
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The texture of Renaissance music is chiefly A) monophonic B) homophonic C) polyphonic D) heterophonic Much of the instrumental music composed during the Renaissance was intended for A) the concert hall B) religious worship C) dancing D) the piano The dominant intellectual movement of the Renaissance was called A) feudalism B) humanism C) classicism D)
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  • Spring '10
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  • Music, Gregorian Chant, Polyphony, Florence C, Queen Anne B, King Henry VIII C

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