1 Medieval Period Plainsong: Renaissance Period French for rebirth
2 What s Going On? Understanding what s happening in the world during a set of time helps to understand the music and art of that time period, and vice versa. We re going to look at the culture of the Renaissance Period, and how it affected the music.
3 Johannes Gutenberg Invented the first printing press It used moveable type as a way to print
4 The invention of the printing press allowed music and books to be more readily available.
5 William Shakespeare Probably the greatest writer in history He invented 1700 different words He used 29,066 different words in his writings The average person has a vocabulary of about 5000 words
6 Shakespeare's Works Romeo and Juliet Othello Hamlet MacBeth Signed all of his works: By me William Shakespeare
7 What the World Believed About our Solar System
8 Nicholas Copernicus Considered the Father of Modern Astronomy Believed the sun was the center of the universe and not the earth
9 What Copernicus Believed About our Solar System
10 Galileo Galilei Astronomer Made drastic improvements to the telescope Proved Copernicus s theory of the sun as the center of the universe Was placed on house arrest for the remainder of his life due to his acceptance and proof of Copernicus s theory
11 Andreas Vesalius Father of Modern Anatomy
12 Vesalius s drawings were very intricate and detailed. He would have artists present at his dissections so the drawings would be as accurate as possible.
13 Another Detailed Drawing
14 Medieval Architecture Prior to the Renaissance, architecture had been gothic in style Gargoyles, sharp lines and an uninviting look to them Architecture changed during the Renaissance.
15 Medieval Architecture - Also called Gothic
18 Renaissance Architecture Places emphasis on symmetry, proportion, and geometry. Orderly arrangements of columns, pilasters and lintels, semicircular arches, hemispherical domes, niches and aedicules
22 Music in the Renaissance The invention of the printing press allowed music more available Every educated person was expected to be trained in music. I am not pleased with the courtier if he be not also a musician ~unknown (some Count...not Dooku)
23 Word Painting In the Renaissance, vocal music was more important than instrumental music (text) Renaissance composers often wrote music to enhance the text. This technique is called WORD PAINTING
24 Word Painting Definition: A musical representation of poetic images Examples If the text said descending from heaven the music might have a descending melodic line If the text said running the music might have a series of rapid notes Though there is much emotion in Renaissance music, there are not extreme contrasts in dynamics, rhythm or tone color.
25 Texture of Music The texture of Renaissance music is mainly polyphonic Imitation among the voice parts is common Very much like a round Renaissance music sounds fuller than Medieval music when the low bass notes are finally used. Renaissance music used very little instrumental accompaniment. Using no instruments is called a cappella
26 Word Painting / Polyphonic See the Polyphonic Music Word painting was popular, but not as advanced as today s word painting.
27 Rhythm and Melody Renaissance music has a gentle flow, not a sharply defined beat. This is because each melodic line is independent of another When one melody is finishing another may just be beginning
28 Secular Music of the Renaissance For entertainment, Kings would have musicians available at all times to perform for him Courts would employ musicians The number of musicians depending on how much $$$ the court had
29 Secular Music of the Renaissance Kings preferred to employ musicians who had additional talents This person would be called a Renaissance Man Someone who was gifted or talented at many things Ex. - Poet, artist, musician, sculptor, etc.
30 Quiz #1 1. What is word painting? 2. Music without accompaniment is called music. 3. music was the most important type of music in the Renaissance. 4. Renaissance music was mainly in texture. 5. Courts might employ to musicians. 6. What is a Renaissance Man?
31 Sacred Music in the Renaissance The two main forms of sacred music in the Renaissance are the MASS and the MOTET. The Renaissance mass is a polyphonic choral composition made up the 5 sections of the mass ordinary. What are these five parts? A motet is a polyphonic choral work set to sacred Latin text other than the ordinary of the mass.
32 Sacred Music in the Renaissance Mass Ordinary Kyrie (Lord Have Mercy) Gloria (Glory be to Thee) Credo (I Believe) Sanctus (Holy, Holy, Holy) Agnus Dei (O Lamb of God)
33 Josquin des Prez A contemporary of Leonardo Da Vinci and Christopher Columbus A master of Renaissance music Lets listen to one of his Åve Maria A Latin prayer to the Virgin Mary Uses polyphonic imitation
34 Ave Maria, a motet by Josquin des Prez Cool! Visual representation of notes, and translation of words
35 ACTUAL PICTURE OF SOME OF JOSQUIN DES PREZ S MUSIC
36 The Reformation Started by Martin Luther A German priest and professor who began the Protestant Reformation Luther felt the Catholic church was corrupt.
37 The Reformation Luther felt the Catholic church was corrupt because of the selling of indulgences. The practice of paying off your sins with money
38 The Reformation Luther revealed everything he felt was wrong with the Catholic church by writing The 95 Theses. As he wrote each of the theses he would nail them to the door of the local church for all to see.
39 The Reformation Because of his beliefs and revelation about the Catholic church, Luther was banned from the church for the rest of his life. So, he started the first Protestant religion called Lutheranism, which is still practiced today. Lutheran practice is very similar to the practices of the Catholic Church.
40 Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina One of the most important Renaissance composers Devoted himself to the Catholic church His music includes: 104 masses 450 other sacred works He struggled during the Reformation What is the Reformation? Lets listen to the Kyrie from the Pope Marcellus Mass
41 More Pics of Palestrina
42 Palestrina s Kyrie from Missa Papae Marcelli
43 Secular Music in the Renaissance During the Renaissance, secular vocal music became increasingly popular Music was an important leisure activity Every educated person was expected to play an instrument or sing Every educated person was expected to read notation
44 Secular Music in the Renaissance Renaissance secular music was written for groups of solo voices Sometimes a voice with instrumental accompaniment Renaissance town musicians played for a variety of functions Festivals, Birthdays, Weddings, Celebrations, Dances, etc Most instrumental music was intended for dancing
45 Basse Dance Performance: Slow dances require slow, measured beats. Start with quarter or half note beats, then gradually add brief eighth or sixteenth note flourishes. Avoid extended eighth note figures, as they tend to give a piece a 'double time' feel that does not complement the basse dance well in most instances.
46 Basse Dance
47 Branle Dance The branle (pronounced brawl') probably evolved from the ronde or country dance. It is basically a circle or chain of dancers linked by holding hands or fingers. Most branles are in 2/2 or 3/4 time. A collection of several branle double saute steps in 2/2 is called a gavotte.
48 Branle Dance Perhaps the most common form of dance. Fast, Lively, great flexibility for instruments. Mostly in 2/2 time and repeats often.
49 Branle Dance
50 Cantiga Dance Attributed to Santa Maria of Alphonso X (el Sabio, the Wise), King of Castile from of these! Not known if he wrote or just collected them all, but gets all the credit!
51 Cantiga Dance Not specifically written for dance Strongly punctuated and highly rhythmic = good for dances.
52 The Madrigal Originated around the year 1520 and continued to be written for the next years A madrigal was written for several solo voices The text usually came from a pre-existing poem The text typically dealt with the subject of Madrigals used two different textures Polyphonic - many sounds happening at the same time throughout. Homophonic - single sounding throughout. Melody accompanied by chord
53 Thomas Weelkes One of the top Madrigal composers
54 The Renaissance Ballett or (Fa-la) This composition was much simpler than the madrigal It is a dance-like song for several solo voices In contrast to most renaissance music, the ballett was mostly homophonic in texture The same music is sung for each verse and followed by nonsense syllables fa-la
55 Another Madrigal
56 Instrumental Music in the Renaissance Thought still not a popular as vocal music, instrumental music did become more popular Typically instruments were used to accompany vocal solos or small groups Most instrumental music was intended for dancing The most important instruments were recorders, shawms, cornetts, sakbuts, lutes, viols, organs, regals, and the harpsichord.
57 The Recorder Much like what you played in elementary school They would have been made out of wood and holes were cut into them They varied in size to have high and low sounds
58 Recorder Ensemble
59 The Shawm Very much like today s oboe. A very loud instrument. Typically used outdoors
60 The Cornett The sound is produced like today s cornet But, the notes are played more like a recorder
61 The Cornett
62 The Viol A stringed instrument much like today s violin, cello and viola
63 15 to 24 strings Much like today s guitar, but with more strings Would have taken a lot of practice to learn to play The Lute
64 The Lute
65 The Sakbut Early version of the trombone Very thin metal, probably brass, that was wrapped in leather
66 Quiz #2 1. Who is credited with inventing over 1700 words? 2. Define Polyphony. 3. True or False: Instrument music was not as popular as vocal music in the Renaissance 4. Name 3 instruments that were popular during the Renaissance. 5. Define homophony.
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