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Allison Pitts M6 Music History: Renaissance

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Debra Goldstein

on 28 February 2014

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Transcript of Allison Pitts M6 Music History: Renaissance


Renaissance
Josquin Des Prez
Josquin was born in 1450 in County of Hainaut, Belgium, and died in 1521, Condé-sur-l'Escaut, France. He was Europes most sought musician during his time. Josquin combined all types of music to make it his. His most played instruments are his vocals.
Ave Maria
Pierre de la Rue
He was born in 1452 in Tournai, Belgium, and died in 1518. Pierre wrote many types of music. He usually sings B's and C's flat. He is popular because of his low voice. His mostly played instrument is his vocals.
Moden Style
Music Umbrella
Thomas Tallis
Thomas Tallis was born in 1505 in Kent, UK, and died in 1585 in Greenwich, UK. He composes many music which is all joined together by choir. His mostly played instrument is his vocals.
Music Umbrella
1400-1600
Leonardo Da Vinci was born in 1452 and died in 1519
Michelangelo was born in 1475 and died in 1564
Magellan sailed around the world and proved that the world was round in 1519

Tempo
Timbre
Dynamics
Pitch
Tempo
Largo
Medium at points
Forte
scary in the beginning, gets faster sounds cold
Pitch
Dynamics
Timbre
Allegro
low to high
forte
cold, scary, loud
Tempo
Pitch
Timbre
Dynamics
scary, churchish, dreamy
low to high
allegro
forte
Both...
uses vocals
gets louder when the song gets to the choras
easy to identify instruments
Conclusion
All in all, renaissance is mostly performed with vocals. Renaissance is almost like opra
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