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Higher Renaissance Music

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on 8 October 2016

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Transcript of Higher Renaissance Music

Renaissance Revision

Higher

Instruments of the era:


Viols
Lute
Recorder
A Consort of.....
Consort = Group

A consort of viols means a group of viols playing together.
A broken-consort = group of instruments from different families of the orchestra. e.g. viols and recorders.
Instrumental Dance Music
SECULAR: NON-RELIGIOUS
Pavan:
Slow stately dance with 2 beats in the bar.
Easy remembering tool:
Pa_van - 2 syllables, 2 beats in the bar!
Instrumental Dance Music
SECULAR: NON-RELIGIOUS
Galliard:
Lively dance with 3 beats in the bar.
Easy remembering tool:
Ga_lli_ard - 3 syllables, 3 beats in the bar!
SECULAR Vocal Music
Madrigal:

AYRE - Slow, solo piece for a capella voice or solo voice and accompaniment. In the English language.

BALLETT - Lively, dance-like song with a fa la la la la refrain at the end of each verse. It is polyphonic and has a strophic structure. The ballett is also in English.
Madrigal: Ayre
Madrigal: Ballett
SACRED MUSIC = MUSIC FOR THE CHURCH
PLAINCHANT
(GREGORIAN CHANT/PLAINSONG):
Unaccompanied melody
set to
words of the Roman Catholic liturgy,
such as the Mass.

Plainchants are
modal
and have no regular metre.
They follow the
rhythm of the
Latin

words.

MODAL MUSIC
Modal music is music which does not use #'s or b's but merely uses the 'white' notes on the keyboard.
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