Books on Instruments
A sign of the growing concern of the sixteenth century instrumental music was the publication of
books describing the instruments or give instructions to touch. Thanks to this book we can learn
some problems concerning the height, tem
Historical and Cultural Context
The Renaissance concept was first used by the painter Vasari in 1550, and since Burkchardt
(after 1860) is commonly used to refer to the art of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in Italy.
This term means a renaissance m
The golden age of secular song in England occurred after the countries of continental Europe.
In 1588, Nicholas Yonge published in London transalpina Muscia, an anthology of Italian
madrigals in English translation. Many of these madrigals had cir
BB King's visits to Argentina produced a great influence on local musicians. The highlights:
Peach Gala, the Mississippi Blues Band, the Blancablus and the Blusera Memphis.
Memphis Blusera: Their leader is the singer Adrian Otero. The band shows gre
Sociedads dance was widespread and enjoyed great esteem in the Renacimineto. It was
expected that all educated men and women were great dancers. Therefore, a considerable part
of the sixteenth century instrumental music is composed dance piece
The French composers of masses and motets continued writing in the early sixteenth century in
a slightly modified version of the International Style. But chanson composers of this period and
the extensive reign of Francis I (1515-1547) developed a
The music in Burgundy.
The Dukes of Burgundy, although feudal vassals of the kings of France, were virtually peers in
terms of power. During the second half of the fourteenth century and the early fifteenth, under a
series of political marriages and diplo
It was at the Mass where the Burgundian composers first developed specifically sacred musical
style one time. Before 1420, about the various sections of the ordinary were made as separate
pieces (except Machaut Mass and a few), but occasionally
The canon is a notable exception of moderate use Ockeghem made of imitation. The
predominant method was to write a voice and to instruct the singers to derive additional vocals
from it. The rule by which these are derived elsewhere called canon
In 1943 in Crdoba debuts the first live orchestra music quartet Cuarteto Leo fixture. Heir to the
folk music brought by the Italian and Spanish immigrants, essentially the paso doble and the
tarantella, the music of those years quartets is an excl