Who are two composers from the Middle Ages?
there were no significant composers in the middle ages era. Music, and culture in general, saw a comeback during the Renaissance, but the Middle, or Dark, Ages were times of feudalism and very limited communication.
The Year 1300 is on the dividing line between two periods called the High Middle Ages and the Late Middle Ages. The period for the Dark Ages is not usually referred to as the Early Middle Ages, which lasted from about 476 to 1000 AD. There are people who refer to the entire time of the Middle Ages as the Dark Ages; it is not a precisely defined term.
The word "medieval" is the adjective used to indicate something was from the Middle Ages, so the meanings of these two terms are very closely related. The term Dark Ages usually appears as an old designation for the time of about the 5th century to the 11th century. This time is now usually referred to as the Early Middle Ages, and is regarded as the first half of the Middle Ages. After the Early Middle…