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  1. Jul 20,  · Famous Renaissance Music Pieces and Composers. 1. Josquin des Prez ( – ) The composer who is often heralded as the master of the High Renaissance is Josquin des Prez. He was a remarkable craftsman who was incredibly productive bringing the Renaissance style into an altogether more sensitive and communicative manner.
    Victoria and Albert Museum
  2. 1. four part a cappella chorus 2. cantus firmus: L 'homme armé, popular tune 3. polyphonic, but not imitative 4. three sections: slow triple meter, duple, triple meter 5. harmony: medieval, and fuller 3rds and 6ths of Renaissance.
    6 Famous Renaissance Music Pieces and Composers
  3. Dies sanctificatus is a motet composed by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. It was first published in in Motecta festorum, Liber 1 (No.1).
    Dies sanctificatus (Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da)
  4. As the title suggests, SACRED AND SECULAR MUSIC FROM RENAISSANCE GERMANY is a collection of music from Renaissance Germany that includes religious music as well as ballads. The style of music included in the collection was the popular music used by traveling minstrels and musicians of the day. Unfortunately, much of the music is lost.5/5(8).
    The MyMusicTheory Guide to Music; Part 3 – The Renaissance
  5. Start studying Listen: Chapter 7 The Renaissance. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
    Renaissance Music (1450-1600)
  6. There are many other medieval and renaissance music recordings available and many are wonderful, most have better sound quality than this one (it sounds like a vinyl rip). I still love this! There are some great songs here and I don't get all the harsh criticisms/5(13).
    Music History Questions
  7. Print and download in PDF or MIDI Dies sanctificatus - G. P. da Palestrina ( - ). Free Sheet music for Voice. Made by DarioGovoni.
    Alleluia - Dies sanctificatus (Gregorian chant)
  8. Music was not recorded until the dark ages. Name instruments from the following eras: Stone Age, Paleolithic, Neolithic, (6th Millenium B.C.), Bronze Age “The invention of writing, which marked the end of the prehistoric period, added a new types of evidence, and it is with these accounts that the history of music properly begins”.
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