Renaissance Music

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Renaissance Music

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Musical Traits:

Franco-Flemish Schools:- based on the area of current day France and Belgium- these composers traveled to Germany, Austria, Czechia, England, Hungary, Sweden, Denmark, and Saxony- first true international style of music- one of the earliest hubs for music and compostion - later the cultural center shifted to Italy

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Composers from Franco-Flemish Music:

Renaissance Music

- usually vocal groups - instruments usually use the same line as vocalists - commonly used instrument is the lute - rhythm is determined by the musician - usually had a smooth melody - worked hard to blend the voices of the singers and instruments togerther. - many different types of music developed, such as chansons, keyboard music, and instrumental consort music, a capella - polyphony often included imitation

Role of the Muscian:

- women were not allowed to sing in the choirs at church- choirs sung in church to present religious music and themes- a court music director might compose both secular and sacrid music- muscians were paid and valued more highly during this time period- royalty competed for the best composers - royalty and nobility bought the musicians with them when they traveled.

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Castillian Polyphony School:- center of musical activity on the iberian penninsula- composers wrote both secular and sacred music- most common song is Villancico- musical form developed from medieval dance forms- written in vernacular language- often had rustic subject matter

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Josquin De Perez - wrote some of the best examples of franco-flemish motet - he traveled across Europewhich increased his influence on Renaissance Music

Juan del Enzina - wrote Villancicos with memorable melodies - he did not write sacred music

Composer from Poland:

Mikolaj Gomolka - composer and flute and trumpet player - a royal chapel muscian - composed "Melodies of the Polis Psalter"


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