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Spencer Frye F1 Middle Ages

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Debra Goldstein

on 7 February 2014

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Transcript of Spencer Frye F1 Middle Ages

Middle Ages
The Middle Ages took place from 500-1400 A.D.
In the beginning of the Middle Ages the Roman Empire
went into decline and ended.
Many new realms and kingdoms appeared throughout Europe due to the vanishing of the Roman Empire.
The Persian Empire was peaceful and became more powerful since the Roman Empire was gone.
Saint Ramanos the Melodist
Saint Romanos the Melodist was born in 490 A.D. in either Emeca or Damascus, Syria. He died in 560 A.D. in an unknown location. He sang and wrote his hymns.
Saint Yared
Saint Yared was born April 25, 505 A.D. in Aksam, and died May 20, 571 A.D. in an unknown location. He was the first writer of the Ethiopean Orthodox Church Sacred music.
Spencer Frye F1 Middle Ages

The Nativity of Christ
Saint Romanos the Melodist
Tempo
largo
Dynamics
mezzo forte
Pitch
high
Timbre
calm, white, elegant
Instruments
Etiopean Orthodox Chuch Sacred music (title unknown)
written by Saint Yared
Tempo
Largo
Pitch
Low
Dynamis
Mezzo Forte
Timbre
Calm, peaceful,
kind
Kassia
Instruments
Drums, Vocals, and something from the woodwind family
Kassia was born betwn the ye
ars 805 and 810
in Constantinople and died be
tween the years
867 and 890 in Panaghia. She
was a
hymnographer and thus wrote

and performed
hymns and poems
.
Hymn of Kassiani
Kassia
Tempo
Largo
Pitch
Dynamics
Tmbre
Instruments
Low
Piano
Dark, creepy, black
Vocals
vocals
Conclusion
In conclusion there were many great composers in the Middle Ages such as Saint Romanos the Melodist, Saint Yared, and Kassia. Also, much of the music written during the middle ages was religious music designed for prayer.


Work Cited:
www.youtube.com
www.images.google.com
www.wikipedia.com
Comparison
This song was similar to the music of
becauseSaint Romanos the Melodist:
It is a song about religion
It has a choir of singers in it
It is a song of worship
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