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1 Daily Board Assignment September 13, 2017 DBA Prayer DBA Discussion Objective SWBAT understand the Renaissance; both secular and sacred music (standard 9 music and culture) SWBAT critically listen to music (standard 6 listening to, analyzing, and describing music)

2 Prayer Intentions

3 Oh Lord, please bless this music that it might glorify your name. May the talent that you have bestowed upon me be used only to serve you. Let this music be a witness to your majesty and love, and remind us that you are always watching, and listening, from your throne above. May your presence and beauty be found in every note, and may the words that are sung reach the hearts of your people so they will draw closer to you. May your Spirit guide us through every measure so that we might be the instruments of your peace, and proclaim your glory with glad voices. Amen

4 Renaissance Cardinal Ritter High School Bach-to-Rock

5 Moves from predominantly religious orientation to secular From age of unquestioning faith and mysticism to reason and scientific inquiry People gain confidence in self problem solving Order world rationally, not relying only on tradition/religion HUMANISM Overview of Renaissance

6 Moves from predominantly religious orientation to secular From age of unquestioning faith and mysticism to reason and scientific inquiry People gain confidence in self problem solving Order world rationally, not relying only on tradition/religion Importance of realism Started in Italy (closest to Rome) Overview of Renaissance

7 INVENTION OF PRINTING c. 1455, by Johannes Gutenberg Important People from the Renaissance Martin Luther Machiavelli Galileo Shakespeare Overview Renaissance

8 a cappella Imitation Cantus firmus Tiple meter and the Trinity Terminology

9 Used classical (Greek and Roman) values of balance and moderation. Harmonious proportion and clear form. Josquin des Prez ( )

10 Melody high vs. low voices, in pairs; opening 4th quotes chant Rhythm duple, with shift to triple, then back Harmony Consonant; hollow-sounding cadences Texture imitative polyphony, w/ moments of homorhythm Form - sectional acc. to strophes of poem (each begins w/ Ave ) Expression - Final personal plea from composer at end Performing Forces 4-voice choir; a cappella Text Rhymed, strophic prayer to the Virgin Mary Ave Maria...virgo serena (listening guide)

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12 Martin Luther - Augustinian Monk 1517 and the 95 Theses Desire to move toward the vernacular Counter-reformation Recapture loyalty Christian Piety Council of Trent, 1545 to 1563 Reformation and Counter-Reformation

13 Extravagant embellishments to Gregorian melodies Council member object to certain instruments and use of popular songs Irreverent attitude of church musicians Polyphonic settings of the Mass...text is unintelligible Consideration of completely abolishing polyphony and only having Gregorian chant Avoid virtuosity and encourage piety Council of Trent

14 Our wisest mortals have decided that music should give zest to divine worship. If people take great pains to compose beautiful music for secular songs, they should devote at least as much thought to sacred song. Pope Marcellus Mass satisfied Council of Trent Known as the Savior of Polyphony, Savior of Church Music, and Savior of Western Music Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (c )

15 Melody shifts between high- and low-range voices Rhythm Slow duple, weak pulse Harmony Full, consonant harmony Texture Monophonic opening; homorhythmic, some polyphony; frequent changes in density of voices Form - Through-composed, short ideas exchanged btw voices Expression - Focus on the clarity of the words Performing Forces 6-part choir, a cappella Text Hymn of praise; second movement of Ordinary of the Mass Pope Marcellus Mass, Gloria (listening guide)

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17 Exit ticket and Ball-toss discussion

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