The Renaissance

Alexis Varghese
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Alexis Varghese
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Evolution of Western Music during the Renaissance

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The Renaissance
1 14th Century French Polyphony
1.1 Ars nova
1.2 Perfect time/ Imperfect time
1.3 Major (greater) prolation, Minor (Lesser Prolation)
1.4 Mensuration signs
1.5 Coloration
1.6 Minim
1.7 Isorhythmic Motet
1.7.1 Color
1.7.2 Talea
1.8 Philippe de Vitry (1291-1361)
1.9 Hocket
1.10 Chanson
1.11 Muscia Ficta
1.12 Formes Fixes
1.12.1 Rondeau
1.12.2 VirelaI
1.12.3 Ballade
1.13 Guillaume de Machaut (1300-1377)
1.14 Avingon
1.15 Ars Subtilior
2 14th Century Italian Polyphony
2.1 Canon
2.2 Ballata
2.2.1 landini Cadence
3 The Early Renaissance

Annotations:

  • There was a revival of interest in the Greek and Roman schools of thought. 
3.1 Humanism
3.2 Art

Annotations:

  • Art and music both had their own renaisances. In art there was a increased depth. Also an idealization of the human body. Bodys were portrayed with exaderated muslcles and beauty. 
3.2.1 Gioto
3.2.2 Leonardo Da Vinci
3.2.3 Donatello
3.2.4 Raphael
3.2.5 Michelangelo
3.3 Johnannes Tinctoris (1390-1453)
3.3.1 Quam Pulchra es
3.4 Three polyphonic Genras
3.4.1 Chanson (Formes Fixes)
3.4.2 Cyclic Mass (Ordinary)
3.4.2.1 Plainsong Mass
3.4.2.2 Motto Mass
3.4.2.3 cantus Firmus
3.4.2.4 Paraphrase Mass
3.4.2.5 Cycle of Canons Mass
3.4.3 Motet
3.4.3.1 Isorhyhmic

Annotations:

  • Fairly rare
3.4.3.2 Tenor or Soprano Based on Chant or not
3.4.4
3.5 The Chappel
3.6 Paraphrase
3.7 Burgandy
3.8 Gilles Binchois (1400-1460)
3.9 Guillaum Du Fay (1397-1474)
3.10 Mensuration Canon
3.10.1 Drive to the Cadence
3.10.1.1 Augmentation
3.10.1.1.1 Diminution
4 The High Renaissance 16th cen
4.1 Music Printing
4.1.1 Odhecaton Published by Ottaviano Peturcci (1501)
4.1.2 Music became affordable to the middle class
4.1.2.1 Music was often sung by amatures
4.2 Point of Immitation
4.3 Homophony
4.4 Canon
4.5 Paired Duet
4.6 Inversion
4.7 Retrograde
4.8 Italy and The Rise of the Madrigal
4.8.1 Il Libro Del Cortegiano (the book of the courtier) (1528)
4.8.1.1 Written by Baldassare Castiglione
4.8.2 Through composed
4.8.3 Part books
4.8.4 Florance
4.8.4.1 Carnival songs
4.8.4.2 "Parisian" Chanson
4.8.4.3 Florance and Rome
4.8.4.3.1 The Early madrigal (1520-1540
4.8.5 Ferrara to Mantua
4.8.5.1 Froletta
4.8.5.2 Isabella d'Este
4.8.6 Venice: The Middle Period Madrigal (1440s-50s)
4.8.7 Petrarch (Francesco Petrarca)
4.8.7.1 Antitheisis
4.8.7.2 Oxymoron
5 Secular Polyphony in the Second Half of the Sixteenth Century
5.1 Gioseffo Zarlino
5.1.1 Le istituione Harmoniche (1558)
5.2 Late Italian Madrigal
5.2.1 Luca Marenzio (1553)
5.2.2 Carlo Desualdo (1561-1613)
5.3 The English Madrigal
5.3.1 Musica Transalpina (1588)
5.3.2 Thomas Morley
5.3.3 Thomas Weelkes
5.4 Lute song
5.4.1 Jhon Dowland
5.4.2 Orlande de Lassus
5.5 Academie de Poesie et de Musique
5.6 Lieder
5.7 Protestant Reformation
5.7.1 Martin Luther (1483-1546)
5.7.1.1 95 Theses (October 1517)
5.7.2 Chorales
5.7.2.1 Sourced from Chants/Polyphonic song/popular song)
5.7.3 Metrical Psalm
5.7.4 Thomas Tallis
5.7.5 Elizabeth I (r. 1558-1603) Queen of England
5.7.6 Full anthem
5.7.7 verse anthem
5.7.8 Chapel Royal
6 The Middle Period Madrigal (1540s-60s)
6.1 Venice Was the center of printing
6.1.1 Musica Nova is published by Adrian WIllart (1559)

Annotations:

  • Willart focused on sentences and phrases were put together. There should not be rests untill the end of a sentence. 
6.2 Minor intervals were Light and pleasant
6.2.1 Piacevolezza
6.3 Major intervals were serious
6.3.1 Gravita
6.4 Luca marenzio
6.4.1 First major Italian
6.4.2 Wrote 22 books of madrigals
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