How are medieval instruments similar to today's instruments?
they are not similar at all
There is nothing different between todays castles and medieval time castles. Today's castles were built in medieval times.
they lacked todays tech. they just burn, or hang you.
Similar instruments include viola, cello and double bass.
How is Medieval artifact similar to one used in your commuinity?
is medieval and medical similar
many pluck string instruments, such as lute, mandore etc.
For percussion instruments, it was just about anything solid they could find. Woodwind instruments they would carefully carve out of wood.
The idea of a solo for one instrument out of a group seems to have been quite foreign to medieval music. In fact, composers usually did not assign parts to specific instruments.
They are all 'wind' instruments.
Entertainers in the medieval period might sing, dance, play musical instruments or tell jokes.
Medieval acting was similar to acting today.
There were round backed instruments called lutes. These were very similar to the round backed mandolins, and they really cannot be separated from each other during the earlier times because they were not standardized. There were also related round backed instruments called gitterns.
Surprisingly around 1 million dollars in todays money! You had to be wealthy to build one but medieval peasants where very rich.
They like to kill people.
In many countries in Europe there are still tradesmens Guilds very similar to the medieval form.
Probably fish and possibly mollusks, similar to todays seagulls.
Bango and the Lute are both very similar to the guitar.
lute and mandolin
The instruments most similar to a pipe organ are: Flute (pipe organ has flute pipes of different lengths) Harmonium
The estampie and saltarello are no kind of instruments at all. They are types of music common in the Medieval era. Both are believed to be dances.
A recorder is similar to a flute.
bass ( base)
medieval millitary used horses and different armor as for todays armory uses high powered guns and a new type of gear and have hellicopyors to drop bombs bombs with.
The Filipino kulintang is similar to the Indonesian gamelan.
A troubadour was a traveling singer and player of instruments - a traveling entertainer.
By saying "similar to classical" I assume you mean the classical era in music? The classical era was a huge achievement when looking at earlier eras such as Medieval and Baroque. The orchestra developed as we saw new instruments being perfected, we saw the dismissal of the "Basso Continuo" as the Piano and other bass instruments became available and we also saw an increase in Musical Forms (particularly the Sonata form which changed the way… Read More
Though not as technically able nor as knowledgeable their job was essentially the same as todays doctors. To administer to the sick
Morocco has several traditional musical instruments including the rebab (which is similar to a violin), several varieties of drums, the lute/'ud (which is similar to a guitar), and small flutes.
romanesque. Medieval architecture is actually referred to as Gothic Architecture.
Jeremy Montagu has written: 'The Flute' 'Reed Instruments' -- subject(s): Catalogs and collections, Musical instrument collections, Catalogs, Musical instruments 'Making early percussion instruments' -- subject(s): Percussion instruments, Construction 'Reed Instruments: The Montagu Collection' 'The world of medieval and Renaissance musical instruments' -- subject(s): Musical instruments
its lute and mandolin
I believe they are the clarinet and the piccolo
Bandoneons are similar to button accordions. Concertinas are similar to accordions, except they are smaller and each key only plays one individual note (as opposed to accordions which can also play chords). Other instruments in the same family include harmonicas and organs, but those instruments are not as similar to the accordion for obvious reasons.
They are both stringed instruments. However, they are very different in shape. They both create sound by the vibration of strings. They are both stringed instruments.
Yes there was music. The church had music and plays and corals. Instruments were flutes, drums, a type of guitar, bagpipes, lutes, and string instruments.
Medieval kings had the final say when it came to making their decisions, and did not have be held accountable to anyone. Prime Minsters have to answer to parliament, and cannot pass decisions at their whims and fancies.
That very much depends on the precise time period, since musical instruments are one of the many things that changed quickly during the very long medieval period. Taking the 12th century as an example, some earlier instruments were falling out of fashion and certain instruments had not yet been introduced. There were sets of different-sized hand bells fixed to a frame and struck with hammers, there were plucked psalteries, small portable organs worked by bellows… Read More
A salient characteristic of secular music from the Medieval period are strong, dance-like rhythms performed by a combination of instruments and voices.
Romanesque is the answer.....
Oboe, Bassoon are the main ones. Also included in this are English horn, Heckelphones, Shawms, Sackbutts, and other medieval instruments.
There are several instruments similar. Cornets, bugles, French Horns (a FH is similar to a trumpet, but it plays in a different key and has different tonality).
Viol de Gamba, Bass, and Viola
Alto Sax, Piccolo, and Clarinet
vibraphone and xylophone
They used instruments called mudkips. They used these for almost any medical need.
A harp is similar to a couple of instruments. Some musicians say it is similar to a guitar, but in history it bears similarity to the lyre. In the way it is played it is actually similar to the piano.
An inn is called an inn in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. That is the medieval term for an inn. Similar words are tavern or roadhouse.
Flutes were widely used, and if you include all kinds of flutes, side blown and end blown, they were among the most common of medieval instruments. There is a link below.