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Seikilos: Epitaph (Skolion) By Anonymous 1st cent. Ancient Greek epitaph
Chants of Vespers: Antiphon (Tecum Principium) and Psalm (Dixit Dommus) Office Hours Christmas Day (Mass Proper) Gregorian Chant Vespers
Introit (Puer natus est nobis) By Anonymous Christmas Morning (Mass Proper) Opens the Mass "A Boy is Born To Us"
Kyrie (Omnipotens genitor) By Anonymous 10th century Mass Ordinary Melismatic Written in Greek; all other parts of the Mass in Latin Kyrie eleison/Christe eleison/Kyrie eleison
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Dies Irae By Anonymous c. 1250 Requiem used for funerals Strophic sequence-- AAABBBCCC Judgement day description-- plea for mercy
Ordo Virtutum Hildegard von Bingen c. 1150 Order of the Virtues Liturgical Drama
Can Vei La Lauzeta By Bernart de Ventadorn c. 1165 Troubador canso
Ja nuns hons pris ne dira By Richard the Lionheart (Richard I) Trouvere chanson Northern France Aeolian mode Written while in captivity in Austria
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Viderunt omnes Leoninus c. 1170 Organum duplum Has bells! Gradual Mass for Christmas Day
Viderunt omnes Perotinus c. 1198 Organum quadruplum Hee he hee he hee heee
Orientis Partibus By Anonymous c. 1200 "Song of the Ass" Extraliturgical Feast of Fools Christmas carol now :D Conductus-- from 'ducere', 'to lead'
Et gaudebit for Alleluia; Non vos relinquam; El mois d'avril/O quam sancto/Et gaudebit Et gaudebit-- Non vos relinquam-- c. 1200 El/O/Et-- c. 1230 Discant clausula Embedded with organum Motet, French triplum Polyphonic Still.... chant. "Feast of the Ascension"
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Garrit gallus/ In nova fert/ Neuma By Philippe de Vitry c. 1317 3-voice motet Animal allegory about King Philip IV and the French people Isorhythm (talea and color)
La Quinte Estampie Real By Anonymous c. 1320 Estampie is a dance, 'Real' means 'royal' Succession of couplets that end with a refrain w/ open and closed endings-- AxAyBxByCxCy Shawm
Hoquetus David By Guillaume de Machaut c. 1364 3-voice isorhythmic motet Includes 'hocket' Contrapuntal technique and a genre! Coronation of Charles V after the Hundred Years' War In Reims
Douce dame jolie By Guillaume de Machaut Before 1350 Virelai-- AbbaA Forme fixe
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Kyrie of the Mass of Our Lady By Guillaume de Machaut c. 1360 Mass for the Virgin Mary Cyclic mass Longest piece of polyphonic music
Tout par compas suy composes By Baude Cordier c. 1391 Ars subtilior--subtle rhythmic relationships
Non al suo amante By Jacopo da Bologna c. 1350 Trecento madrigal AAB form
Nuper rosarum flores By Guillaume Dufay c. 1436 Bruneschelli builds cathedral in Florence; Recently Roses written for the dedication. Isorhythmic motet
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Quam pulcra est By John Dunstaple/Dunstable c. 1420 Pan-consonant motet Faburden--improvised harmony at 4th and 6th below
Dueil angoisseus By Gilles Binchois c. 1435 Burgundian Court chanson
L'homme arme By Anonymous c. 1460 "The Armed Man Should Be Feared" Secular
Kyrie: Missa L'homme Arme By Guillaume Dufay c. 1460 Cantus firmus Mass
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Prenez sur moi By Johannes Ockeghem c. 1460 3-voice imitative canon Chanson
Kyrie: Missa Prolationum By Johannes Ockeghem c. 1475 Mensuration canon 4 voices
Je ne puis vivre ainsy tousjours By Antoine Busnoys c. 1460 Point of imitation Virelai Acrostic of Jacqueline d'Hoqueville
Credo: Missa Sub tuum presidium By Jacob Obrecht c. 1500 Multiple cantus firmus
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La Spagna By Heinrich Issac c. 1500 Basse danse Shawm! It was a hit.
El Grillo By Josquin des Prez c. 1500 Frottola (Italian) About "the cricket"... Carlo Grillo
El Bianco el Dolce Cigno By Jacob Arcadelt c. 1538 Madrigal
Sanctus: Missa Hercule Dux Ferrarie By Josquin des Prez c. 1503? soggetto cavato-- "cutout subject" Formed a tune from the vowels in the Duke's name
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Miserere Mei, Deus, I By Josquin des Prez c. 1503 Word painting Motet Text is expressive Penitential psalm Recitation repeats
Tant Que Vivray By Claudin de Sermisy c. 1528 Parisian chanson 2 arrangements, one for multiple voices, one for voice/lute
Pavane By Anonymous 1547 Dance, paired with Galliard Simple, begins with drums
Canzona 5 By Claudio Merulo c. 1600 Chanson for cornetto
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Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen By Heinrich Issac c. 1510, 2nd mvmt c. 1515 Tenorlied Pre-existing tune in the tenor
Ein Feste Burg ist Unser Gott By Johann Walter c. 1529 For the Lutheran church AAB form Lutheran chorale which became the rallying hymn of the reform
De Profundis Clamavi Ad Te Domine By Orlando de Lassus c. 1560 Penitential psalm from the Psalter Motet Musica reservata-- text-sensitive
Sanctus: Missa Aeterna Christi By Palestrina c. 1590 A cappella For the Cappella Sistina (Sistine Chapel) Points of imitation Mass Ordinary Prima practica
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Pastyme With Good Companye By King Henry VIII c. 1520 English part-song Strophic
O Lord, Make Thy Servant, Elizabeth By William Byrd c. 1570 Anglican anthem
Go From My Window By Thomas Morely c. 1590 Virginal Fitzwilliam Virginal Book Variation
As Vesta Was From Latmos Hill Descending By Thomas Weelkes c. 1601 English madrigal About Oriana-- Queen Elizabeth
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Flow, My Tears By John Dowland c. 1600 Ayre for lute and voice Consort song AABBCC-- Strophish, but not exactly Beginning of the Baroque
Moro, Lasso By Carlo Gesualdo c. 1613 Madrigal Chromatic, dissonances
Cruda, Amarilli By Claudio Monteverdi c. 1598, published 1605 Seconda practica Madrigal
Filli, Mirando Il Cielo Le Nuove Musiche By Giulio Caccini c. 1601 Solo monody Madrigal "To move the affections of the soul"-- mah fraaand iz ded.
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Toccata: Orfeo By Claudio Monteverdi c. 1607 Standard military flourishes Brass!
A L'amara Novella Orfeo By Claudio Monteverdi c. 1607 Word painting
Tu Se' Morta, Mia Vita Orfeo By Claudio Monteverdi c. 1607 Madrigalism "You are dead, my life"
Aria: Possente Spirto Orfeo By Claudio Monteverdi c. 1607 Trillo
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Pur Ti Miro L'incoronazione Di Poppea By Somebody Pretending to be Monteverdi c. 1642 Opera! Sensual duet that validates selfish desire Super-castrato man
In Ecclesiis By Giovanni Gabrieli c. 1612 End of the plague! Alleluia! Concerted motet
L'Amante Secreto: Voglio Morire By Barbara Strozzi c. 1651 Cantata Dedicated to Ferdinand III, HRE in Austria Basso ostinato
Saul, Saul, Was Verfolgst Du Mich? Symphoniae Sacrae, III By Heinrich Schuetz 1650 Canzona sonata Concerted motet ABABA format Acts 26:14
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Fiori Musicali By Girolamo Frescobaldi 1635 Mass for Sundays Cantus firmus sequence 3 movements--Tocatta, Kyrie and Ricercar Organ mass!
Aria "Plorate, Colles" Jephte By Giacomo Carissimi 1648 Oratorio Jephte sacrifices his daughter Confraternity Plorate, Colles/ Plorate filii Israel
Preludio Sonata, Opus 4 No. 1 By Arcangelo Corelli c. 1694 Trio Sonata in binary form
Trumpet Sinfonia in D Major By Giuseppe Torelli c. 1700 No trumpet in 2nd mvmt 3 mvmts, fast-slow-fast Ritornello Beginning of mass/offertory
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L'Estro Armonico By Antonio Vivaldi c. 1711 Opus 3 Concerto Grosso #8 Ritornello
Suite No. 6 in C Major, Lamento By Johann Froberger 1654 Dance suite for Harpsichorde Style brise
Wie schoen leuchtet der Morgenstern By Dietrich Buxtehude 1690 Fantasia for organ Played for concerts at Saturday Vespers
Ouverture and Enfin, Il est en ma puissance Armide By Jean-Baptiste Lully (Giovanni Batista Lulli) c.1686 Ouverture and Enfin Inegales-- unequal notes C major-c minor
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Aria, "Jephte revient comble de glorie" Jephte By Elizabeth Jacquet De La Guerre c. 1711 Aria and Recitative (La fille de Jephte) French cantata Imitative flourishes, voice crossing
La Favorite By Francois Couperin 1713 Rondeau Pieces de clavecin L'Arlequine Couplets, patterns Theme of descending motives and chromatic baseline
"Thy hand, Belinda" Dido and Aeneas, Act III By Henry Purcell c. 1689 Aria, "When I am laid in earth" Baroque opera Composed for boarding school in Chelsea Ritornello for strings, basso ostinato, ground bass Phrases are 5 bars rather than 4 or 8 All-sung masque
"Come, come, ye Sons of Art, Come Away" By Henry Purcell c. 1694 Chorus and Duet Countertenor Musical joke :P
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Water Music: Minuet and Trio and Hornpipe Suite #1 By George Frideric Handel c. 1717 Repeats M&T-- dance, Minuet in triple meter H-- common through out the Isles, syncopated sailor's dance
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 Seikilos: Epitaph (Skolion)By Anonymous
1st cent.
Ancient Greek epitaph
 Chants of Vespers: Antiphon (Tecum Principium) and Psalm (Dixit Dommus)Office Hours
Christmas Day (Mass Proper)
Gregorian Chant
Vespers
 Introit (Puer natus est nobis)By Anonymous
Christmas Morning (Mass Proper)
Opens the Mass
"A Boy is Born To Us"
 Kyrie (Omnipotens genitor)By Anonymous
10th century
Mass Ordinary
Melismatic

Written in Greek; all other parts of the Mass in Latin
Kyrie eleison/Christe eleison/Kyrie eleison
 Dies IraeBy Anonymous
c. 1250
Requiem used for funerals
Strophic sequence-- AAABBBCCC
Judgement day description-- plea for mercy
 Ordo VirtutumHildegard von Bingen
c. 1150
Order of the Virtues
Liturgical Drama
 Can Vei La LauzetaBy Bernart de Ventadorn
c. 1165
Troubador canso
 Ja nuns hons pris ne diraBy Richard the Lionheart (Richard I)
Trouvere chanson
Northern France
Aeolian mode
Written while in captivity in Austria
 Viderunt omnesLeoninus
c. 1170
Organum duplum
Has bells!
Gradual Mass for Christmas Day
 Viderunt omnesPerotinus
c. 1198
Organum quadruplum
Hee he hee he hee heee
 Orientis PartibusBy Anonymous
c. 1200
"Song of the Ass"
Extraliturgical
Feast of Fools
Christmas carol now :D
Conductus-- from 'ducere', 'to lead'
 Et gaudebit for Alleluia; Non vos relinquam; El mois d'avril/O quam sancto/Et gaudebitEt gaudebit--
Non vos relinquam-- c. 1200
El/O/Et-- c. 1230
Discant clausula
Embedded with organum
Motet, French triplum
Polyphonic
Still.... chant.
"Feast of the Ascension"
 Garrit gallus/ In nova fert/ NeumaBy Philippe de Vitry
c. 1317
3-voice motet
Animal allegory about King Philip IV and the French people
Isorhythm (talea and color)
 La Quinte Estampie RealBy Anonymous
c. 1320
Estampie is a dance, 'Real' means 'royal'
Succession of couplets that end with a refrain w/ open and closed endings-- AxAyBxByCxCy
Shawm
 Hoquetus DavidBy Guillaume de Machaut
c. 1364
3-voice isorhythmic motet
Includes 'hocket'
Contrapuntal technique and a genre!
Coronation of Charles V after the Hundred Years' War
In Reims
 Douce dame jolieBy Guillaume de Machaut
Before 1350
Virelai-- AbbaA
Forme fixe
 Kyrie of the Mass of Our LadyBy Guillaume de Machaut
c. 1360
Mass for the Virgin Mary
Cyclic mass
Longest piece of polyphonic music
 Tout par compas suy composesBy Baude Cordier
c. 1391
Ars subtilior--subtle rhythmic relationships
 Non al suo amanteBy Jacopo da Bologna
c. 1350
Trecento madrigal
AAB form
 Nuper rosarum floresBy Guillaume Dufay
c. 1436
Bruneschelli builds cathedral in Florence; Recently Roses written for the dedication.
Isorhythmic motet
 Quam pulcra estBy John Dunstaple/Dunstable
c. 1420
Pan-consonant motet
Faburden--improvised harmony at 4th and 6th below
 Dueil angoisseusBy Gilles Binchois
c. 1435
Burgundian Court chanson
 L'homme armeBy Anonymous
c. 1460
"The Armed Man Should Be Feared"
Secular
 Kyrie: Missa L'homme ArmeBy Guillaume Dufay
c. 1460
Cantus firmus Mass
 Prenez sur moiBy Johannes Ockeghem
c. 1460
3-voice imitative canon
Chanson
 Kyrie: Missa ProlationumBy Johannes Ockeghem
c. 1475
Mensuration canon
4 voices
 Je ne puis vivre ainsy tousjoursBy Antoine Busnoys
c. 1460
Point of imitation
Virelai
Acrostic of Jacqueline d'Hoqueville
 Credo: Missa Sub tuum presidiumBy Jacob Obrecht
c. 1500
Multiple cantus firmus
 La SpagnaBy Heinrich Issac
c. 1500
Basse danse
Shawm! It was a hit.
 El GrilloBy Josquin des Prez
c. 1500
Frottola (Italian)
About "the cricket"... Carlo Grillo
 El Bianco el Dolce CignoBy Jacob Arcadelt
c. 1538
Madrigal
 Sanctus: Missa Hercule Dux FerrarieBy Josquin des Prez
c. 1503?
soggetto cavato-- "cutout subject"
Formed a tune from the vowels in the Duke's name
 Miserere Mei, Deus, IBy Josquin des Prez
c. 1503
Word painting
Motet
Text is expressive
Penitential psalm
Recitation repeats
 Tant Que VivrayBy Claudin de Sermisy
c. 1528
Parisian chanson
2 arrangements, one for multiple voices, one for voice/lute
 PavaneBy Anonymous
1547
Dance, paired with Galliard
Simple, begins with drums
 Canzona 5By Claudio Merulo
c. 1600
Chanson for cornetto
 Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassenBy Heinrich Issac
c. 1510, 2nd mvmt c. 1515
Tenorlied
Pre-existing tune in the tenor
 Ein Feste Burg ist Unser GottBy Johann Walter
c. 1529
For the Lutheran church
AAB form
Lutheran chorale which became the rallying hymn of the reform
 De Profundis Clamavi Ad Te DomineBy Orlando de Lassus
c. 1560
Penitential psalm from the Psalter
Motet
Musica reservata-- text-sensitive
 Sanctus: Missa Aeterna ChristiBy Palestrina
c. 1590
A cappella
For the Cappella Sistina (Sistine Chapel)
Points of imitation
Mass Ordinary
Prima practica
 Pastyme With Good CompanyeBy King Henry VIII
c. 1520
English part-song
Strophic
 O Lord, Make Thy Servant, ElizabethBy William Byrd
c. 1570
Anglican anthem
 Go From My WindowBy Thomas Morely
c. 1590
Virginal
Fitzwilliam Virginal Book
Variation
 As Vesta Was From Latmos Hill DescendingBy Thomas Weelkes
c. 1601
English madrigal
About Oriana-- Queen Elizabeth
 Flow, My TearsBy John Dowland
c. 1600
Ayre for lute and voice
Consort song
AABBCC-- Strophish, but not exactly
Beginning of the Baroque
 Moro, LassoBy Carlo Gesualdo
c. 1613
Madrigal
Chromatic, dissonances
 Cruda, AmarilliBy Claudio Monteverdi
c. 1598, published 1605
Seconda practica
Madrigal
 Filli, Mirando Il Cielo Le Nuove MusicheBy Giulio Caccini
c. 1601
Solo monody
Madrigal
"To move the affections of the soul"-- mah fraaand iz ded.
 Toccata: OrfeoBy Claudio Monteverdi
c. 1607
Standard military flourishes
Brass!
 A L'amara Novella OrfeoBy Claudio Monteverdi
c. 1607
Word painting
 Tu Se' Morta, Mia Vita OrfeoBy Claudio Monteverdi
c. 1607
Madrigalism
"You are dead, my life"
 Aria: Possente Spirto OrfeoBy Claudio Monteverdi
c. 1607
Trillo
 Pur Ti Miro L'incoronazione Di PoppeaBy Somebody Pretending to be Monteverdi
c. 1642
Opera!
Sensual duet that validates selfish desire
Super-castrato man
 In EcclesiisBy Giovanni Gabrieli
c. 1612
End of the plague!
Alleluia!
Concerted motet
 L'Amante Secreto: Voglio MorireBy Barbara Strozzi
c. 1651
Cantata
Dedicated to Ferdinand III, HRE in Austria
Basso ostinato
 Saul, Saul, Was Verfolgst Du Mich? Symphoniae Sacrae, IIIBy Heinrich Schuetz
1650
Canzona sonata
Concerted motet
ABABA format
Acts 26:14
 Fiori MusicaliBy Girolamo Frescobaldi
1635
Mass for Sundays
Cantus firmus sequence
3 movements--Tocatta, Kyrie and Ricercar
Organ mass!
 Aria "Plorate, Colles" JephteBy Giacomo Carissimi
1648
Oratorio
Jephte sacrifices his daughter
Confraternity
Plorate, Colles/ Plorate filii Israel
 Preludio Sonata, Opus 4 No. 1By Arcangelo Corelli
c. 1694
Trio Sonata in binary form
 Trumpet Sinfonia in D MajorBy Giuseppe Torelli
c. 1700
No trumpet in 2nd mvmt
3 mvmts, fast-slow-fast
Ritornello
Beginning of mass/offertory
 L'Estro ArmonicoBy Antonio Vivaldi
c. 1711
Opus 3
Concerto Grosso #8
Ritornello
 Suite No. 6 in C Major, LamentoBy Johann Froberger
1654
Dance suite for Harpsichorde
Style brise
 Wie schoen leuchtet der MorgensternBy Dietrich Buxtehude
1690
Fantasia for organ
Played for concerts at Saturday Vespers
 Ouverture and Enfin, Il est en ma puissance ArmideBy Jean-Baptiste Lully (Giovanni Batista Lulli)
c.1686
Ouverture and Enfin
Inegales-- unequal notes
C major-c minor
 Aria, "Jephte revient comble de glorie" JephteBy Elizabeth Jacquet De La Guerre
c. 1711
Aria and Recitative (La fille de Jephte)
French cantata
Imitative flourishes, voice crossing
 La FavoriteBy Francois Couperin
1713
Rondeau
Pieces de clavecin
L'Arlequine
Couplets, patterns
Theme of descending motives and chromatic baseline
 "Thy hand, Belinda" Dido and Aeneas, Act IIIBy Henry Purcell
c. 1689
Aria, "When I am laid in earth"
Baroque opera
Composed for boarding school in Chelsea
Ritornello for strings, basso ostinato, ground bass
Phrases are 5 bars rather than 4 or 8
All-sung masque
 "Come, come, ye Sons of Art, Come Away"By Henry Purcell
c. 1694
Chorus and Duet
Countertenor
Musical joke :P
 Water Music: Minuet and Trio and Hornpipe Suite #1By George Frideric Handel
c. 1717
Repeats
M&T-- dance, Minuet in triple meter
H-- common through out the Isles, syncopated sailor's dance
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