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Angelica Bilta - Hortus Musicus - The Secular Music Of The Middle Ages (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. Large collections of secular and sacred monophonic music exist that date from the Middle Ages and have a number of unifying characteristics. The linear concept of this literature is strongly conjunct, i.e., many seconds and thirds, fewer fourths and fifths, very few sixths and octaves, practically no sevenths, and no intervals larger than an.
  2. The difference between painting, which one sees and music, which one hears, has always been considered obvious. However, as Philippe Sollers (Tel Quel, No. 20, ) says about painting: “Il faudra admettre un jour ce phénomène évident: la peinture n’est ni plus ni moins que de la penseé qu’on peut voir La peinture pour être vue, doit commencer par être pensée” (“One will.
  3. Secular Music. Throughout the Middle Ages, advances in music practice and theory were driven mainly by sacred music. Over the centuries, these advances diffused to secular music (non-religious music). I61,3. Since ancient times, secular vocal music had been composed for popular entertainment.
  4. Sacred music is one of three expressions of European classical music, which also includes chamber music and theater music. Sacred music is, simply put, music written for church.
  5. Medieval music that consists of Gregorian chant and one or more addition melodic lines, earliest type of polyphonic music, The first polyphony, harmonized chant, a capella, no meter ternary musical form that consists of 3 sections ABA, in which the A's stay the same and the B contrasts with A.
  6. He wrote more secular music, which represents the decline of the Church in the 14th century and is reflected in Machaut's output, which consists of mainly courtly love songs. He composed Notre Dame mass because it was the first polyphonic treatment of the mass by a known composer.
  7. The beginnings of later medieval music can be traced to the Church. The papacy had always been a patron of the arts, especially during the Early and High Middle Ages when the Church dominated medieval life. The composers and innovators of the new musical trends were often church officers, but as the later Middle Ages progressed, composers increasingly came from secular backgrounds and the.
  8. The Middle Ages was a time of diversity in music. In the Middle Ages there were two main types of music. Secular and sacred music. Sacred music was shaped by many different people. The Greek, Hebrew and the Syrian were the main influences. Sacred music was also shaped by Pope Gregory during his reign from A.D. Gregorian chant was a very.
  9. Hortus Musicus is an Estonian ensemble that was established in by Andres Mustonen, a violin student of the Tallinn State Conservatory. Hortus Musicus specialises in performing early music, including 8th–15th-century European forms such as Gregorian Chant, Organum, Medieval Liturgic Hymns and Motets, the Franco-Flemish School, and Renaissance Music (including French chansons, .

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