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					Renaissance
Music
(1450-1600)
              By David Wernette
How could humanism
have influenced
Renaissance music?
•Printing Press,
1450
•Johannes
Gutenberg (c.1398-
1468)
Types of Renaissance Music
 •Sacred
 •Secular
 •Instrumental
 Characteristics of Renaissance Music

Polyphony (more than one part)


Homophony (chords/especially triads)



                      Harmony (tension/resolution)
   Instruments of the Renaissance
“Predecessors of Modern Instruments”

•Shawm            •Straight Cornet
•Kortholt         •Sackbut
•Dulcian
                  •Recorder
•Rauschpfeife     •Flute
•Hirtenschalmei
   Famous Composers & Their Works
Michael Praetorious (1571-1621), Germany
Es ist ein Ros (Lo, How a Rose E’re Blooming)

Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (c. 1525-1594), Italy
Ricercar del primo tuono

Josquin Des Pres (1450 - 1521), France
Come peult
   Famous Composers & Their Works
Johann Christoph Pezel (1639-1694), Germany
Sarabande

Giovanni Gabrieli (c. 1554-1612), Italy
Sacrae symphoniae No. 13 Canzon septimi ocatavi toni a 12

John Farmer (c. 1560-?), England
Fair Phyllis
               Resources




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