The Middle Age Music

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The Middle Age Music

The Middle Ages:Music

Gregorian chant was sung by monks in catholic churches with no instruments playing in the background

Gregorian Chant was the type of music sung in the middle ages.They did not use instruments while they sung.

Polyphony combined two or more simultaneous melodic lines

The most important development of music was the use of chant during mass in churches

They named Gregorian chant after Pope Gregory (Gregory the great) because he created/walked people through these chants

sourceshttp://study.com/academy/lesson/singing-and-polyphony-in-the-middle-ages-and-renaissance.htmlmedieval music and arts history bookhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKt2m9-gqYAhttp://historyofmusic.tripod.com/id7.htmlrenaissance book from library

The most important musicians during the middle ages were priests

Medieval sheet music is very similar to todays sheet music

During the Middle Ages, the organ was a prominent church instrument

By: Emma Copperwheat

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