Music Quiz (Renaissance/Baroque)
what type of music was common in middle ages?
what time period covered the middle ages?
functional, not for entertainment
middle age music was considered:
rhythm always in 3
what made the rhythm of middle age music holy?
what were characteristics of early middle age music?
homophonic, instrumental, entertainment
what were characteristics of late middle age music?
pope gregory I
who was the gregorian chant named for?
how music was presented in middle ages:
unfamiliar scales, otherworldly
church modes were:
what instrument was used in middle ages?
what was secular music?
what type of music has a single line melody, monophonic, scaler, no meter, cadence points, and one syllable per note?
hildegard of bingen
first women composer (nun)?
one or more long notes with a melody
what is a drone?
when did instrument pieces begin?
leonin & perotin
what two composers used measured rhythm?
the most characteristic feature of baroque music (continuous bass part)?
a piece that sounds complete, but is part of a larger composition?
melodic lines with complex rhthym?
melodic lines that held long tones?
word painting, polphonic texture, imitation, a capella singing are all characteristics of what era of music?
composer of mass/saved church music:
part of secular music with several solo voices:
a seperate sacred text is:
ancestor of a guitar:
time period of renaissance music:
time period of baroque music:
one mood, busy rhythm, simple melody, terraced dynamics, and homophonic texture are characteristics of what era of music?
a small group of soloists along with a group of musicians called the tutti:
first and last movements of concerto grossi are in this form, based on alternation of concerto grosso and tutti:
polyphonic composition based on one main theme:
another voice with different melodic idea related to the theme:
transitional section between subjects:
intro to fugue:
when subject is imitated before complete:
song where emotions show (showoff)
beginning of opera, instrument & singing, connects musical elements:
3 or more singing:
kyrie, gloria, credo, sanctus, angus dei
where was baroque opera started?
intro music of an opera, written last:
a multi-movement piece, each movement has own style:
who composed sonatats calle opus?
set a movements inspired by dance?
wrote suites using word painting, ritornello form, solo concerto and terraced dynamics:
first to write operas (orfeo):
used ground bass or basso ostinato (persistent bass):
sacred music, not very elaborate, similar to opera:
chorale cantata is similar to a:
sacred, large scale opera without scenary or acting: