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EQ: What do you need to know for your test on medieval music?. MEDIEVAL MUSIC REVIEW. Part II Review of Listening Terms and Readings. Concepts. Feudalism - Be able to explain it in a few sentences Church Modes - Know all 7 modes and what notes each one starts on - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

MEDIEVAL MUSIC REVIEW

MEDIEVAL MUSIC REVIEWPart IIReview of ListeningTerms and Readings EQ: What do you need to know for your test on medieval music?

ConceptsFeudalism- Be able to explain it in a few sentencesChurch Modes- Know all 7 modes and what notes each one starts onTreble Clef- Identify the lines and the spacesTroubadours- what are they? Can you name one?Composers: We studied two of them. Be able to name them, know their birth and death dates, and the piece of music each was most famous for. Instruments: Identify by listening, know which instrument family it belongs to, and draw themSacred vs. Secular- Be able to tell the difference

QuestionsWhat role did the church play in the medieval era? How many years did the medieval time period last?Did men or women typically sing chant?Which mode is the same as a modern major scale?

TermsPlainsong (plainchant)AntiphonalResponsorialUnisonMonophonicPolyphonicOrganumConductusNEW! Motet- a short unaccompanied choral work for two voices

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How Should You Study?Make sure you have all the pages of readings and go back and ACTUALLY READ THEM. (pgs. 11-19)Go to the music history Wiki and check out the PowerPoints that have all of the listening examples on themand then LISTEN Be able to define all terms right off the top of your headUse this as a guide and be comfortable explaining all the concepts listed

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