MUL 2010 “Enjoyment of Music Terminology Quiz • by xiuliliaofz

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									         Terminology Quiz
• No more requests for make-up quizzes will be
  accepted.
• Quizzes were sent to Computer Grading
  Center yesterday afternoon.
• Test results should be back to me by next
  Tuesday.
• Grades will be posted next week (please do
  not ask before class on Friday, 3 Oct 08)
 “Things to do this Weekend”
• UCF Concert Band & Wind Ensemble
  - Tonight (Friday, 26 Sep 08 @ 8:00 pm)
  - VAB Auditorium
  - FREE!!!
• Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra
  - Tomorrow (Saturday, 27 Sep 08 @ 8:30 pm)
  - Bob Carr Auditorium (Downtown Orlando)
  - Verdi, Adams, Strauss, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich,
  Murtha (lots of trumpets!)
  - see MUL: 2010 web site for link to OPO web site
Troubadours and Trouvères
Duchy of Burgundy (1364-1477)




                           Duchy of Burgundy
Philip the Good, Duke of      (light blue)
Burgundy (1396-1467)
Guillaume Du Fay (1397?-1474)
      (to the left, w/ Binchois at right)
   Medieval Era (c. 476-1450)
• Catholic Church – the dominant Patron
• Gregorian Chant (monophonic)
• Organum & other forms of polyphony
  decorate chant (occasionally)
• Secular music begins to appear late in the
  era (Troubadours, etc.)
• Emphasis on Abstract Design &
  Symbolism
  Renaissance (c. 1450-1600)
• “Rebirth” of Ancient Greek Culture
  (centered in Italy)
• More emphasis on Secular World
• Age of:
    Discovery
    Science
    Exploration
• Knowledge applied to Arts
Medici Villa (15th-16th centuries)
Medici Villa (cutaway & interior)
                Gunpowder




                      Re-enactment of Musket Volley
15th-century cannon
Gutenberg’s Printing Press (1452)
     Cathedral of Florence
Dome by Brunelleschi (1420-1436)
Ravenna Mosaic (c. 500)
Masaccio

  “The
 Trinity”
(c. 1427)
      Renaissance Masterpieces




“David” by Michelangelo   “Madonna of the Rocks”
      (1501-1504)          by Leonardo da Vinci
                                  (1483)

								
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