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Melodies set to sacred Latin texts, sung withoug accompaniment: official music of the Roman Catholic Chirch
Gregorian Chant
Having Magical powers
Mystic
Long sustained tone or tones accompanying a meloday:
Drone
Performance of two or more melodic lines of relatively equal interest at the time:
polyphonic texture
Scales containing seven tones with an 8th tone duplicating the first octave higher:
church modes
Latin meaning to compose:
trobar
A knightly ranked coposer of folk songs mostly themed about love:
troubadours
Music that is not religious:
secular
Series of wars for Christians recover the holy city of Jerusalem from the Muslims:
Crusades
Prayer for mercy and peace:
Agnus Dei
An Italian poetic musical form:
Ballata
Roman Catholic Church texts that remain the same from day to day throughout most of the year:
mass ordinary
Melody-often a Gregorian chant-used as the basis of a polyphonic composition:
Cantus firmus
A bowed string instrument:
rebec
Performed music; no civil rights; lowest on the social level; important source of information:
minstrel
A medieval dance:
estampie
Having or marked by foresight and imaginations by visions:
visionary
Tubular wind instrument:
pipe
Single melodic line withoug accompaniment:
monophonic
Plucked or struck string instrument
psaltery
The Mass Ordinary Consists of:
Lyria Agnus Dei
Gloria
Credo
Sanctus
English Translation for
Agnus Dei:
Lamb of God
English Translation for:
Miserere nobis:
Have Mercy on Us
English Translation for:
Dona nobis pacem:
Grant us Peace
English Translation For:
Kyrie Eleison:
Lord Have Mercy
Sanctus:
Holy
Christe Eleison:
Christ Have Mercy
Blind from childhood
Famous organish,poet, scholar inventor of string instrument
Composed Ecco la primavera
Francesco Landini
Musician and poet
One of the 1st important composers whose work survived
composed Notre Dame Mass
Guillaume de Machaut
First known composer to write music with more than two voices
Composed: Alleliua: Nativitas
Perotin
Medieval polyphony that consisits of Gregorian chant and one or more additonal melodic lines
Organum
Long, sustained tone or tones accompanying a melody
Drone