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mUSIC IN THE MIDDLE AGES?

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Which places are related to gregorian chant?

Monasteries and cathedrals

Castles and villages

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Gregorian chant: It has a religious theme and it is used within the Chruch with religious purposes.

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In which kind of music is the voice accompanied by instruments?

Gregorian chant

Secular music

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Gregorian chant is a capella, that is, without instrumental accompaniment. But the music of misntrels was accompanied by instruments.

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What is the name of the first musical symbols appeared during the Middel Ages?

Mensural notation

Neumes

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Neumes are symbols that show the changes of pitch but not very precisely. This notational system evolved into a more precise one that unsed even a stave to write down the neumes.

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Which of those figures were musicians with a clerical background?

Goliards

Minstrels

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Goliards were wandering clerics or mendicant students who wrote satirical pieces.

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In which language was sung gregorian chant?

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Latin

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Latin was a highbrow language used in religious celebrations.

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What is an organum?

A kind of medieval liturgical polyphonic form

A musical instrument

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An organum was the earliest polyphonic form where a second parallel voice was added to the Gregorian melody.

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What is the origin of the name of "Gregorian chant"?

It cames from Pope Gregory X's name

It cames from Pope Gregory the Great

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Gregory the Great was the compiler of the liturgical plainsongs of Roman Catholic Church. This repertoire takes its name in his honour.

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Which ones are the pieces written by Martín Codax?

Cantigas de Santa María

Cantigas de Amigo

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The Cantigas de Amigo include seven love songs written in Galician-Portuguese. The Cantigas de Santa María are dedicated to the Virgin Mary and are written by King Alfonso X the Wise.

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Helloooo
Is somebody there?

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What happened? Were you asleep at class?

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Well done! You're working hard

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Congratulations! You really give yourself!

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