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Quinn Murphy F1 Renaissance

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Debra Goldstein

on 31 January 2014

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Johannes Ockeghem
Born 1410/1425-6 February 1497. he was very famous in the Netherlands. He went to the Flemish school in the last half of the 15th century. he was one of the most influential composers of his between Dufag and Josquin. In addition to being a renewed composer, he was also an honored singer, choir master and a teacher.
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Born 12 February 1567- 1 March 1620. He was a English composer, poet and physician. He wrote over a hundred lute songs, masques for dancing and an authoritative fechical treatise on music.
Thomas Campion
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Giovanni Gabrieli
Born 1554/1557-12 August 1612. He was an italian composer and a organist. he was one of the most influential musicians of his time, and represented the culmination of the style of Venetian school (it was a school where lots of composer of the renaissance went to share music and inspire other.)

Pitch high
tempo largo
dynamics forte
timbre: relaxing, light blue and calm
Dynamics merzzo
pitch high and low
tempo largo
timbre relaxing, calm and green
Pitch high
Tempo largo
Dynamics MF
Timbre glass shatering yellow and old
Artists of The Renaissances
The first artists is masaccio wasborn in 1401, he died in 1428. He was one of the most influential artists in the Renaissance era. He lived 27 years. He also, created illusions of three-dimensions-asignificants change from a flat styleof panting that typified his medievil art.
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