MIDDLE AGES AND RENAISSANCE MUSIC

Middle Ages and Renaissance Music

 

Middle Ages and Renaissance Music Unit Test, Part 2
Provide detailed responses to the questions using complete sentences and accurate descriptive language. To receive full credit, turn in this assignment to your teacher by the deadline.
Five points
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1. Western notation for music evolved over time. What did medieval music notation look like? Describe the variations between the notation used back then and today.
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2. Pick a medieval or Renaissance instrument and a contemporary instrument that is comparable. List the similarities and differences between them.
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3. In what ways did the printing press’s development influence the evolution of music following the Middle Ages?
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4. Explain the distinction between monophony and polyphony. What type of music was monophonic during the Middle Ages and Renaissance? Who composed polyphonic music?
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5. Explain the distinction between sacred and secular terminology. Which Renaissance and Middle Ages music was considered sacred? What type of music was secular?
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