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Evolution of Music

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Evolution of Music
Renaissance
Vocal polyphony
(Sacred Music, Secular Music, Masses, Motets, Madrigals)

Began in Florence, Italy

Considered more expressive than church music of Medieval times
Baroque
Opera was born during this time

Early orchestra was develped
Acted as accompaniment for singers

Early Keyboard and percussion instruments born

Famous Composers
Medieval
Chanting was an early form of
singing

There was only one line of
melody with no accompaniment
Origins
Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Contemporary
11th and 12th Century
1400-1600 A.D.
1600-1750 A.D.
Classical
Ancient Greece and Rome

Sonata form developed

String quartet began, developed from Baroque orchestra

Four main musical genres

Beethoven and Mozart
1750-1825 A.D.
Romantic
1825-1900 A.D.
Nationalism became a feature

Story telling and colour

Stylized dances and Character pieces for piano

Important composers
Contemporary
Began with movement of impressionism

Symphonic poems written

Forms, textures melody and harmony less limited
(More unusual modulations - Jazz Influence)

Musical Theater and Broadway Musicals

Famous composers

Electronically generatied music
Present
Evolution of Listening to Music
1890
1946
1963
1979
1998
1999
2007
1890's
Emily Berliner invented the Gramophone

(Improved from Thomas Edison's Phonograph)
The Phonograph
The Gramophone
1946
Topped Jukebox introduced. Slotting a coin unlocked the mechanism, and then music could be played (Also reffered to as "the bubbler")


The Topped Jukebox
1963
Cassette Player. Easier to have.

Not as big and bulky as records
The Cassette Player
1979
Portable Cassette Player.

First portable music device.

Light weight device that fits in your pocket and plays cassette tapes.
1998
Portable MP3 Player

First generation created by Korean, music can be tranferred from the computer to it.
1999
German Company developed Modern MP3 player.

Easier to use.
2007
Works Cited
Benzon, William L. (1993) "Stages in the Evolution of Music." Mind-Culture Coevolution
home, 23 Sept. 2013. http://asweknowit.ca/evcult/Music_Evol.shtml.
Web.


"History of Music." Oracle ThinkQuest, 23 Sept. 2013.
library.thinkquest.org/16020/data/eng/text/education/theory/history.html.
Web.
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