Renaissance (1450-1600) | Music Educational School Posters
The Renaissance poster is ideal for classroom walls and school hallways. The large A1 size makes the bright and informative chart highly readable from a distance, complementing every learning environment.
Renaissance Unit Study - Music
Week 13: We sang Ode to Joy. During the late Middle Ages and Early Renaissance a system of written music similar to what is used today was developed. This revelation enabled people in different parts of Europe to enjoy the same music. Music from the south, Italy, was lyrically based, where as music from the north, Germany and England, was more focused on instruments and harmony. This lesson introduced lots of vocabulary: Madrigal - secular song, lyrically based on popular poetry A cappella…
Western Music Literature | The Renaissance | Lute Song and Lute Solos during the Elizabethan Era
The Renaissance | Lute Song and Lute Solos during the Elizabethan Era
Dances and Music from the Italian Renaissance / Gastoldi, Gabrieli, Mainerio [...]
Giorgio Mainerio (ca. 1530/40 - 3 or 4 May 1582)From IL PRIMO LIBRO DE BALLI A QUATRO VOCI, accomodati per cantar et sonar d'ogni sorte de instromenti di Gio...
Renaissance music ~ instrumental
Instrumental music from the Renaissance with a medieval touch.Branle de la torche, l'EspagnolettoPlayed by Theatrum InstrumentorumCD - Dulces et Fortissimae
Exploring Classical Music: The Renaissance | Musical U
During the flowering of humanistic culture, Renaissance masters wove tapestries of human voices into deep expressions of faith and playful tales of love.
Middle ages and Renaissance music / Keyboard Instruments (14th -17th centuries)
I. ORGANETTO (Medieval portative organ)Anonymous (14th century, Spain): Improvisation, from LLIBRE VERMELLII. 15TH-16TH CENTURY POSITIVE ORGANGilles Binchois...