Presentation on theme: "By Sandy Fraser. From the Renaissance early Baroque period. Polyphonic style. Usually sung by a cappella. Word painting. Also with voice accompaniment."— Presentation transcript:
From the Renaissance early Baroque period. Polyphonic style. Usually sung by a cappella. Word painting. Also with voice accompaniment. Imitation. In English. Lute accompaniment (other Renaissance instruments) Composers William Byrd Through composed
http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/learnlist eningonline/atozdictionary/m.asp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrEeqP24Cg0 Fill out the blanks. The music in this YouTube clip is from the _______ period. The voices are unaccompanied which is described as______________. The madrigal is _________ in texture. It is usually sung in the language of __________ and is non________. The voices like to copy each other. This is referred to as ___________.
Is Madrigal polyphonic or homophonic? What era is Madrigal from? classical renaissance/baroque romantic