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Timeline

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2000
0 CE
1000
| MEDIEVAL (476 - 1450)
| CLASSICAL (1750-1820)
| ROMANTIC (1820-1900)
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c.1175
Countess of Dia
A chantar m'er
c.1150
Hildegard of Bingen
O rubor sanguinus
1200
1100
1300
1400
800
600
c.1360
Guillaume da Machaut
Messe de Nostre Dame:
Kyrie
Troubador
Trouvere
Vielle
1600
1800
| MODERN (1900 - 1960)
1500
1485
JOSQUIN DESPREZ
Ave Maria
SATB
Motet
Imitation
a capella
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Syllabic vs.
Melismatic
Gregorian
Chant
Polyphony
Mensural
Notation
Cantus Firmus
Humanism,
"Artist"
1555
PALESTRINA
Mass for Pope Marcellus
somber mood
textual clarity
1601
As Vesta Was from
Latmos Hill Descending
Madrigal
word painting
Creation as a conduit
THOMAS WEELKES
1550
Musique de joye
1700
| RENAISSANCE (1450-1600)
| BAROQUE (1600 - 1750)
Bernini, Ecstasy of St Theresa
a Baroque chapel
Michaelangelo
Leonardo da Vinci
Doctrine of
Affections
Specific musical device
leads to
Specific effect on listener
Musical Style:

Expressive Melody
over
Strong Bass
1690
Johann Pachelbel
1729
Jean-Joseph Mouret
1689
Henry Purcell
1607
Claudio Monteverdi
1651
Barbara Strozzi
L‘amante segreto:
Voglio morire
Orfeo
Dido and Aeneas
Suite de Symphonies:
Rondeau
Canon in D Major
"the first opera"
Libretto
Overture
Recitative
Aria
Chamber
Cantata
Chamber
Music
Monody
Ostinato
Libretto
| POST-MODERN (1960 - present)
1900
Michaelangelo
Versailles, Hall of Mirrors
Franz SCHUBERT
Erlkonig
Clara SCHUMANN
Liebst du um Schoenheit
1815
1841
c. 1810
Nicolo PAGANINI
Caprice No. 24
1922
Paul HINDEMITH
Viola Sonata,
Op. 25 No. 1
c. 1720
J. S. BACH
Cello Suite
in G Major
1798
Ludwig van
BEETHOVEN
"Pathetique" Sonata
1830
Frédéric CHOPIN
Nocturne in
C# minor
1891
Antonín Dvořák
Piano Trio No. 4
"Dumky"
1944
Dmitri
SHOSTAKOVICH
Piano Trio No. 2
1986
Paul SCHOENFIELD
Cafe Music
1796-7
Joseph HAYDN
"Emperor" String Quartet
1806
Ludwig van
BEETHOVEN
String Quartet in C,
Op. 59, No. 3
c. 1916
Béla BARTÓK
String Quartet No. 2
1896
Richard STRAUSS
Also Sprach Zarathustra
1723
Antonio VIVALDI
Violin Concerto
"Spring"
1808
Ludwig van
BEETHOVEN
Symphony No. 5
1816
Gioachino ROSSINI
Barber of Seville
1786
W. A. MOZART
French Horn Concerto (K.495)
1874
Modest MUSSORGSKY
Pictures at an
Exhibition
1894
Claude DEBUSSY
Prelude to the After-
noon of a Faun
1878
Johannes BRAHMS
Violin Concerto
1788
W. A. MOZART
Symphony No. 40
1787
W. A. MOZART
"Eine Kleine
Nachtmusik"
1986
John ADAMS
Short Ride in a
Fast Machine
1985
Ellen Taffe
ZWILLICH
Concerto Grosso (1985)
1830
Hector BERLIOZ
Symphony Fantastique
J. S. BACH
Cantata: "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme"
1731
1741
George Frederic
HANDEL
"The Messiah"
1936
Carl ORFF
Carmina Burana
1892
P. I. TCHAIKOVSKY
The Nutcracker
1913
Igor STRAVINSKY
The Rite of
Spring
1944
Aaron COPLAND
Appalachian
Spring
1791
W. A. MOZART
Requiem - Lacrimosa
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