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Renaissance

1450-1600

2

Baroque

1600-1750

3

Classical

1750-1800

4

Romantic

1800-1900

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Seasons of Church 1

Advent
Waiting for the birth of Jesus
4 weeks before Christmas

6

Seasons of Church 2

Christmastide
Birth of Christ
12 days

7

Seasons of Church 3

Epiphany
celebrates the revelation (theophany) of God incarnate as Jesus Christ.
Ash Wed. ends

8

Seasons of Church 4

Lent
season of reflection and preparation before the celebrations of Easter.
Reflect Jesus sacrifice with their own.
40 Business Days (Excluding Sundays)

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Seasons of Church 5

Eastertide
Resurrection of Jesus
resurrection Sunday

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Seasons of Church 6

Pentecost
When Spirit came down to apostles

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Order of Mass 1

Kyrie
Lord have mercy

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Order of Mass 2

Gloria
Glory to God in the highest

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Order of Mass 3

Credo
I believe in one god (creed)

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Order of Mass 4

Sanctus
Holy, holy, holy

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Order of Mass 5*

Benedictus
Blessed is he

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Order of Mass 6

Agnus Dei
Lamb of God

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Where could you find a list of all of the works composed by a composer?

Collected Works

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difference between “3-part mixed” and “SAB” arrangements.

Range
SAB has a much larger range (maybe G2-D4)
3 part has smaller range for middle school (F3-D4)

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Copyright Law

Add later

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Sacred Renaissance Genres, 2 pieces/composers

Mass
- Missa Pange Lingua, Josquin
- Mass in 5 voices, Byrd
Anthem - English
- Arise lord into thy rest, Byrd
- Purge me, O Lord, from all my sin, Tallis
Motet
- If ye love me, Tallis
- Cantate Domino, Hassler

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Secular Renaissance Genres, 2 pieces/composers

Chanson - French
Finy Le Bien -, Certon
Faulte d'argent - Josquin

English Madrigal
Flow my tears - Dowland
The silver swanne - Gibbons

Italian Madrigal
Il quarto libro di madrigali - Arcadelt
Quando ritrova - Festa

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A

Arcadelt


Italy and France
Secular Vocal music

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P

Palestrina


Rome, Italy
Sacred church music, Roman School of composition
Renaissance polyphony

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B

William Byrd


England
Sacred and secular polyphony
Keyboard
Consort music

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C

Marchetto Cara


Mantua, Italy
Frottolas (ancestor of madrigal)

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C

Pierre Certon


Paris, France
Masses, motets, psalm settings

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G

Jacobus Gallus


Moravia and Bohemia
Sacred and Secular masses/motets

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H

Hans Leo Hassler


Venice, Augsburg, Nuremberg
Sacred, chorale motet

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J

Josquin


Rome and Milan
Sacred and Secular
Masses, motets, chansons, frottole

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M

Claudio Monteverdi


Italy
Opera