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Zachary Miller M6 Music History: Renaissance

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Debra Goldstein

on 10 February 2014

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Zachary Miller M6 Music History: Renaissance
Thomas Tallis
He was born on January 30, 1505 in the town of Kent in the United Kingdom (UK).
He died in Greenwich, UK on November 23, 1585.
Instruments he played unknown.
Spem in Aluim By Thomas Tallis
Tempo: Allegro
Pitch: High
Dynamics: Mezzo Forte
Timbre: Soft, snowy, and light
William Byrd
He was born in Lincoln, UK in 1540.
He died in Stondon Massey, UK on July 4, 1623.
The instruments that he played are unknown.
The Renaissance


The "Creation of Adam" by Michelangelo is made.

Leonardo Da Vinci makes the "Mona Lisa."

William Shakespeare makes the play "Hamlet".
Agnus Dei
By William Byrd
Tempo: Largo
Pitch: High
Dynamics: Mezzo forte
Timbre: Light, soft, gentle
Josquin Des Prez
Josquin Des Prez was born in County of Hainaut, Belgium, in 1450.
He died in Condé-sur-l'Escaut, France on August 27, 1521.
The instruments he played were unknown.
Mille Regretz By Josquin Des Prez
Tempo: andante
Pitch: high
Dynamics: mezzo piano
Timbre: light, airy, bliss
Similar Music
This song is like`Renaissance music because it uses high pitched instruments and string instruments. Plus this song involves more higher pitched vocals like renaissance music
Obviously these musicians had a large impacted on how the renaissance affected the world, and the way these musicians made music are still use today in popular music.
Work Cited
YouTube and Google
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