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The only known secular music by Praetorius was a set of instrumental dance tunes called Terpsichore.
In fourths, with a third in the middle
This was Antonio Lucio Vivaldi ( born March 4, 1678 and died July 28, 1741). He was nicknamed il Prete Rosso ("The Red Priest") probably because of his bright ginger hair.
Tomás Luis de Victoria worked for Empress Maria.
staff lines indicted pitch
a harmonic minor
Blessed Hildegard von Bingen is also known as
Hildegard of Bingen
Sybil of the Rhine
Neumes above text show rhythmic patterns, or meter. The single-note neumes indicate that only a single note corresponds to that syllable.
'Polyphony' does not describe Gregorian chant.
Guillaume de Machaut's most famous work is titled Messe de Nostre Dame (Notre Dame Mass).
Igor Stravinksy was arrested in Boston Massachusetts after he played his variation of the American National Anthem, which Massachusetts considered "national property" and therefore could not be tampered with. He was released the same day.
Marquis de Bussy-Castelnau was born in 1718.
A revival of ancient greek music.
a musical interval composed of three adjacent whole tones.