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6th Grade Renaissance Music

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Amanda Jones

on 28 May 2013

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Transcript of 6th Grade Renaissance Music

Genres Motet
~Polyphony
~"sacred madrigal"

Mass
~Homophony Uses of Music In the Renaissance Assignment Turn to page 21 in your book.

Create a "Renaissance" instrument- take an instrument you know something about and make some adjustments, like the sackbut or hurdy gurdy. Change the way it's played, or the way it looks. Be creative!

Draw a picture first, name it and add a brief explaination of how it is played, what it's made out of and what it sounds like! Instruments Sackbut

Lyre

Recorder

Harpsichord Theory/ Innovations Breves

Still no bar lines Composers Giovanni Pergolesi de Palestrina

Orlando de Lassus

William Byrd

Johannes Ockeghem

Josquin des Prez

Claudio Monteverdi 1400-1600 Renaissance Music Church music

Festivals

Self Expression

Enjoyment Sacred Secular Madrigal
~Polyphony

Dance Music

Chanson Opera also has its roots in the Renaissance! Larger ensembles

Music Printing- 1470's
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