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Wandering musicians Versatile entertainers Sang Danced Juggled Tricks Animal acts Plays
News and gossip Also called jongleurs and jongleuresses
Poet-musicians Resided in courts Had members from all walks of life including nobility Caled Minnesingers in Germany
Love songs War songs Political songs Laments Dance songs Unrequited love
Start of the 14 th century Started in France, spread to Italy Rise of secularism Developed meter, harmony, and counterpoint
French Cleric Active in the court of the King of Bohemia and King of France Wrote the first complete setting of the Mass
Means: songs Utilizes different forms Based on text forms
Original focus on vocal music Early prominence in dance music Rarely written down Usually improvised
Divided into categories of loud and soft
THE MEDIEVAL ERA. SACRED VS SECULAR Sacred = music of the church Sacred = music of the church Secular = music anywhere else, popular music Secular = music.
Medieval Period - Continued Polyphony The combination of two or more simultaneous melodic lines. Helped bring about meters and precise notation.
Italy Humanism- the idea of human dignity and worth Greek and Roman Model for education and art You could improve your status through “genius”
Most important musicians were priests that worked for the church Boys received music education in schools, while girls were not allowed.
Secular Song and Polyphony. Secular Song Rise of secular song came about 12 th century when the troubadours were active Troubadours – poet-musicians who.
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Medieval Era SECULAR MUSIC. Medieval Era: Secular Music Secular music developed in the late Medieval era People were focusing more on Common Law,
Secular Music: Middle Ages Music did exist outside of the church. 1 st notated secular music: 12 th & 13 th centuries: Troubadours and Trouveres : French.
1300 – Renaissance Renaissance means rebirth or revival. Strong influence of the ancient Greek and Roman styles.
Though still subordinate to vocal music, instrumental music did become more important during the Renaissance Instrumental groups performed polyphonic.
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450 – 1450 A.D.. Middle Ages Around 450 the Roman Empire began to disintegrate. This was the beginning of the “Dark Ages”. Life was hard and full of migrations,
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The North Hindustani – Northern tradition But influenced by Islamic values Music as sensual pleasure (dangerous) Low status of musicians Guilds & professionalization.
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