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Istanpitta In Pro - Hortus Musicus - The Secular Music Of The Middle Ages (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download Istanpitta In Pro - Hortus Musicus - The Secular Music Of The Middle Ages (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1981
Label: Мелодия - С 10 - 15083 - 6 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: USSR • Genre: Classical • Style: Medieval


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  1. Faele   Fenrile
    Hortus Musicus is an Estonian ensemble that was established in by Andres Mustonen, a violin student of the Tallinn State Conservatory. Hortus Musicus specialises in performing early music, including 8th–15th-century European forms such as Gregorian Chant, Organum, Medieval Liturgic Hymns and Motets, the Franco-Flemish School, and Renaissance Music (including French chansons, .
  2. Kaziktilar   Mezikazahn
    Sep 01,  · Hortus Musicus is an Estonian ensemble. They specialises in performing early music, including 8th–15th century European forms such as; Gregorian Chant, Organum, Medieval Liturgic Hymns and Motets, the Franco-Flemish School, and Renaissance Music.
  3. Kegis   Jusho
    Amazon Music Unlimited HD Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Open Web Player MP3 cart Settings > Hortus Musicus Artist Overview Albums. Digital Music. Top Albums (See all 10 albums) Hortus Musicus. CD: $ Invocatio Eespere, R.
  4. Basida   Nabar
    Apr 20,  · Secular Music in the Middle Ages. While the Church attempted to suppress any form of non-sacred music, secular music still existed during the Middle Ages. Troubadours, or itinerant musicians, spread music amongst the people since the 11th-century. Their music typically consisted of lively monophonic melodies and lyrics were mostly about love.
  5. Kajisida   Magor
    Musical performance - Musical performance - The Middle Ages: The tradition of sung prayers and psalms extends into the shadows of early civilization. Such sacred singing was often accompanied by instruments, and its rhythmic character was marked. In the synagogue, however, the sung prayers were often unaccompanied. Ritual dance was excluded from the synagogue as the rhythmic character of.
  6. Gusida   Kigazil
    Italy: Secular music of the 12th - 14th Century Italy: Secular music of the 12th - 14th Century Hortus Musicus - Andres Mustonen, dir. Melodiya C - C 10 (matrix number) [LP] Contents.
  7. Arashibei   JoJogar
    Secular Music of Middle Ages music for court, dancing, and singing. Music Outside of the Church - Secular Music Most of the secular poetry in the middle ages was an expression of the love young man to a noble woman. It was believed that to love made a man more noble, but only if the love was controlled and dedicated to a woman of higher.
  8. Gadal   Vurr
    Secular music in the Middle Ages included love songs, political satire, dances, and dramatical works, but also moral subjects, even religious but just not for church use. Non-liturgical pieces such as love songs to the Virgin Mary would be considered secular. Most secular music was syllabic and had a .
  9. Kagazragore   Taunris
    Performers of secular music in the Middle Ages included. troubadours and trouvères in France. Wandering jongleurs. Which of the following statement describes an important development in medieval organum? Parallel organum developed into true polyphony, with two or more independent melodic lines.

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