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Gregorian chant

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Chantel Lawrence

on 4 January 2013

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Transcript of Gregorian chant

The History of Western Music Medieval Era Renaissance Music Baroque Music Vivaldi 476, Rome falls In the Medieval era, Priests and church musicians would sing the sacred texts of the Roman Catholic church. The King of France and the Pope joined forces in 754 to make sure everyone in Europe was using the same music for the chants. Bach Haydn Classical Era Music Romantic Era Music Twentieth Century Music 1800 1900 2012 Felix Mendelssohn
1809-1847 Modest Mussorgsky
1839-1881 Pyotr Ilich Tchaikovsky
1840-1893 Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov
1844-1908 1900 2013 Claude Debussy
1868-1918 George Gershwin
1898-1937 Benjamin Britten
1913-1976 Aaron Copland
1900-1990 1450 1600 John Dowland
1563-1626 Two Songs:
Greensleeves, 1580
The Wedding of Robin Hood, 16th. c. 476 1450 900, Neumes 754, Chant becomes standard throughout Europe. 1025, Solfege invented based on Chant
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