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Mrs Cupskey Music Julia Tasia

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Transcript of Mrs Cupskey Music Julia Tasia

Baroque
By: Julia and Tasia
And
by Julia And Tasia
Medieval
The late 1500's to the middle of the 1700's is known as the Baroque Period. In this period, science lead to improvements in medicine, mining, navigation, and industrial changes, also occured in this music and art world.
In the Medievel period from 350 to 1100 music and art was mainly made by Roman Chatholic monks or priests. With there talent of music they believed that it was a gift from god. Therefore they didn't want credit for their work.
Using Music to specifically depict the meaning of words.
Example: Ascending (going up) would represent "climbing the mountain"
Word Painting
Unity of mood
( having the same mood throughout a piece of music.)
Continuity of the rhythm
( rhythmic patterns that are heard at the beginning of a piece of music.)
Terraced dynamics
( adding groups of instruments in order to achieve additional volume or taking instruments away in order to achieve a smalier volume.)
During this period one of the main forms of music was was Monophonic, until about 1100. The Monophonic form was a single melodic line without instrumental accompaniment. The main name for this was known as Gregorian Chants.
Another form of music created was called Polyphony. Polyphony combined two, three or four lines of melody and new text put together, so it could be sung at the same time. A type of music that portrayed the polyphony style was called a Motet. The Motet was only different in one way and that was that it was a vocal piece.
they sang religious songs
Monophonic
The Baroque style of art filled the availble space with action and movement
Art
Painters, sculptors, and architects wanted to create an illusion and convey a sense of dynamics.
Unity of mood
( having the same mood throughout a piece of music.)
Continuity of the rhythm
( rhythmic patterns that are heard at the beginning of a piece of music.)
Terraced dynamics
( adding groups of instruments in order to achieve additional volume or taking instruments away in order to achieve a smalier volume.)
Types Of Music
the overall action of the scene was more important to the artist than the individual objects or people in the scene.
Polyphony
Art
In this period it had two main art styles. The first main style was called Romanesque. It featured round arches and blunt, heavy walls, it was said to be quite busy visually in the art.
Two new musical forms appeared during this period.
The use of the
orchestra
as a performing group began at this time.
Opera
also came into existance during this time
The Main Composers of this Time

contributed greatly to the music of the period. Especially in the area of
Opera.
Most of these composers worked by commission. They were hired by:
The second style of art in this period was Gothic architecture. It had pointed arches that allowed for a more open and airy structure. The style was more gentle and fluid than the Romanesque style.
aristocrats
churches
opera houses
and cities, so they could
write certain pieces of
music for specific occasions
Main Composers Were:
George Frederic Handel
Johann Sebastian Bach
Henry Purcell
Claudio Monteverdi
Rembrant Von Rign
Later in the 1100 artists and musicians began to take credit for their work. The importance of secular art and music increased and music and art produced for nonreligious purposes became more available.
oratorio
(a large scale musical work for solo voices)
Many new styles started in this period were the
organum
, a movement called the
ars nova
and the
illumination
of books
Organum
anthem
(a piece designed to be sung in a Portestant church service as a means of worship through music)
Using Gregorian chant as a foundation, Leonin an early composer, was to add a second voica part above the chant
Ars Nova
An
Opera
is a drama that is sung. It combines several different elements of music such as soloists, ensembles, chorus, orchestra, and sometimes ballet
,with poetry, drama,acting ,scenery, and costumes
It was a movement also known as "New art". It focused on the new forms of composition and writing
Illumination
Illumination was a form of painting during the Middle ages. It had elaborate drawings or paintings of the stories being told in both sacred and nonreligious books for people who could not read or understand the books.
Types of Music
New Forms of Music
they both had a key type of art during the periods
The overall view of these to periods of music, is that they were very different. As time changed and new types of music were created and different styles of art were created. That is why these two periods are so different from each other.
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