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Mid-Term Review

Prof. Hollenbeck

This puzzle contains terms from elements of music, the Middle Ages, and Renaissance Period.

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4.What was the most popular instrument in the Renaissance home?
5.Thomas Weelkes's As Vesta Descending is notable for its (2 Words)
8.This is the term for when the tonal center changes during a piece of music.
10.device that produces ticking sounds or flashes of light at any desired musical speed
12.unaccompanied choral music was said to be sung _________ (2 Words)
14.The Kyrie was from what form of music
17.A series of single tones that add up to a recognizable whole is called a _________.
21.This person was credited by medieval legend with having created Gregorian Chant (3 Words)
22.Most instrumental music that was produced during the Renaissance period was meant for _______.
24.A melody sung without accompaniment, which was monophonic is the ______________. (2 Words)
25.Who was not permitted to sing in church?
26.A melody that serves as the starting point for a more extended piece of music is called a ________.
27.Who was a contemporary of Josquin Desprez? (2 Words)
30.In the Middle Ages, most important musicians were ________.
31.This period was from 1450 to 1600
32.Gregorian chant used this type of text.
33.putting an accent in music where it would not normally be expected
1.particular arrangement of note lengths in a piece of music
2.unit or group containing a fixed number of beats
3.Renaissance madrigals usually are a short poem and about ______.
4.Gregorian chant used this type of text.
6.Who were the French nobles called that wrote secluar songs? __________ and_________ (3 Words)
7.Most medieval music was _________.
9.when the individual tones of a chord are sounded one after another instead of simultaneously is is called a broken chord or ______________________.
11.what period was from 450 to 1450 (2 Words)
13.rate of speed of the beat of music
15.the violin is from this family of instruments
16.The primary texture of Renaissance music was _________.
18.A famous French woman Troubadour was _________________. (3 Words)
19.A resting place at the end of a phrase is called a _____________
20.stress or emphasis on a note
23.organization of beats into regular groupings
28.This was a type of medieval dance
29.The center of polyphonic music in Europe after 1150 was _____.

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