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The secular Latin motet in the Renaissance

Richard Rastall

The secular Latin motet in the Renaissance

by Richard Rastall

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press in Lewiston [N.Y.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Richard Rastall ; foreword by Leofranc Holford-Strevens
Classifications
LC ClassificationsML180 .S43 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24412884M
ISBN 100773414045
ISBN 109780773414044
LC Control Number2010035607
OCLC/WorldCa657602209

In addition to a large body of extant works including masses, hymns, psalm settings, motets, chansons, madrigals, canzone villanesche, and instrumental ricercares, sixteenth-century composer Adrian Willaert ( – ) also wrote nine settings of secular Latin texts. These nine works can be divided into three categories: five civic motets (Adriacos numero, Haud aliter, Inclite Sfortiadum Author: Jonathan Harvey.   MOTETTORUM LIBER QUARTUS QUINQUE VOCIBUS EX CANTICIS CANTICORUM (Venice, ) Motet in 5 parts [SCTBB] (Book IV), from the SONG OF THE SONGS, by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Performed by The.

These motets typically set a Latin text in praise of a monarch, commemorating some public triumph, or even praising music itself. Nevertheless, the themes of courtly love often found in the medieval secular motet were banished from the Renaissance motet. Many secular motets are known as "ceremonial motets". Motet Definition. A motet can be defined as an unaccompanied choral composition based on a sacred Latin text. There have been some exceptions, such as motets with secular text or the occasional.

Download Citation | The Secular Latin-Texted Works of Adrian Willaert | In addition to a large body of extant works including masses, hymns, psalm settings, motets, chansons, madrigals, canzone. Anthony G. Petti: The Chester Book of Motets - Volume The volumes of this expanding series are devoted to a wide range of sacred renaissance motets with Latin texts, and contain a mixture of well known and unfamiliar pieces, some of which are published for the first time. All appear in editions by Anthony G. Petti.


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The secular Latin motet in the Renaissance by Richard Rastall Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Secular Latin Motet in the Renaissance Paperback – January 1, by Richard Rastall (Author)Author: Richard Rastall. This book studies the whole genre of the secular motet Latin text in the Renaissance.

Musicologist and classicists with medieval and Renaissance kowledge, as well as expertise in each other's diciplines, bring together ancient, early Christian, medieval and Renaissance materials in an interdisciplinary exploration of the texts, their settings and the social, political and cultural context of the genre.

The work, the first of its kind, is a result of a collaboration between a classicist and a musicologist. This book studies, for the first time, the whole genre of the secular motet to Latin text in the Renaissance. / Stephen Ryle --Tromboncino, Lhéritier, Verdelot / Piero Gargiulo --Secular Latin motets in post-tridentine Rome / Noel O'Regan.

Responsibility: edited by Richard Rastall ; with a foreword by Leofranc Holford-Strevens. Question: 21 The Most Popular Secular Genre Of The Renaissance Was The: Select One: A.

Chanson B. Madrigal C. Saltarello D. Motet 22 Which Are The Principle Genres Of Medieval Music. Select One: A. Operas And Concertos B. Dance Suites And Madrigals C.

Romanesques, Ars Nova, And Ars Antique D. Masses, Motets, And Troubadour Songs 23 The Famous Four-note Figure. The Renaissance motet had all the following features except Latin should be eliminated fron church b. some music should be sung by the congregation This book in the Bible is a collection of songs of praise.

music b. psalms c. hymns d. chorales /5(1). The preeminent composers of motets from the early Renaissance were from northern Europe, in particular present-day Belgium and northern - France The Renaissance marks the passing of European society from a predominantly religious orientation to a more - The secular Latin motet in the Renaissance book.

-Sacred music genre in the Renaissance. -Has Latin text and sung or Mass or other religious services. -Mostly harmonized with 3rds and 6ths, but avoided the TRI-TONE because it was deemed the devils interval. -Composed with a CANTUS FIRMUS.

-A Cappella vocal music in 3 or more parts. The Secular Latin Motet in the Renaissance. [Richard Rastall] -- This study of partsongs and soloistic music is concerned with the musical settings of classical verse.

The work, the first of its kind, is a result of a collaboration between a classicist and a. A polyphonic choral piece set to sacred Latin text is called a _____ motet.

Who wrote the 95 Theses and left the Catholic church. Martin Luther. What string instrument was popular in Renaissance secular music. lute. He organized the old chants into a book.

Pope Gregory. What invention allowed for the mass production of. 【 Music Appreciation ch. 】for free from best writers of Artscolumbia Largest assortment of free essays Find what you need here.

The two most important genres of Renaissance secular music were the chanson and the madrigal. true The Renaissance motet is a sacred genre with a single Latin text. true5/5(1). Music Appreciation: Renaissance, Secular Music, the Roman Catholic Church Service. Flashcard maker: books to become available to the middle class (T/F) The Renaissance motet is a sacred genre with a single Latin text: true (T/F) The preeminent composers of motets in the early Renaissance were from Italy.

Motet, (French mot: “word”), style of vocal composition that has undergone numerous transformations through many centuries.

Typically, it is a Latin religious choral composition, yet it can be a secular composition or a work for soloist (s) and instrumental accompaniment, in any language, with or without a choir.

Read More on This Topic. Motets: Ave Maria Alma Redemptoris Mater Salve Regina Veni sponsa Christi O Magnum Mysterium Hodie Christus natus est Sicut cervus. The Motet Like the Mass, the Renaissance Motet is a polyphonic sacred work in Latin meant to be sung by a choir of parts, a cappella.

That means, literally, the way they do it in the chapel; and chapels of this. Motet is the term that describes a choral music composition that existed as a medieval secular form and also as a Renaissance secular form. In the Medieval times the motet was a secular polyphonic vocal genre.

Later on in the Renaissance time it became a sacred or devotional polyphonic vocal genre. The text of a motet are the words sung in a motet. A motet is a choral work of a religous nature sung in Latin, which reached its peak in the Renaissance period. This is a good motet (sung really slow here for some reason).

It's three fugue expositions stuck together. The mass is he liturgical music for church services, and the motet is a polyphonic choral work set to a sacred Latin text other than the ordinary of the mass.

In the fourteenth century, for the first time, secular music had the upper hand in artistic developments.5/5(1). A madrigal is a secular vocal music composition of the Renaissance and early Baroque eras.

Traditionally, polyphonic madrigals are unaccompanied; the number of voices varies from two to eight, and most frequently from three to is quite distinct from the Italian Trecento madrigal of the late 13th and 14th centuries, with which it shares only the name. The Renaissance motet had but one text, in Latin, and was a polyphonic, unaccompanied composition.

It had usually from four to six voices and was free from the 13th-century rhythmic rigidity. Cultivated by composers of the Flemish school, it had spread throughout Europe by the middle of the 15th cent.

There is a striking similarity between Marian devotional songs and secular love songs of the late Middle Ages and Renaissance. Two disparate genres--one sacred, the other secular; one Latin, the other vernacular--both praise an idealized, impossibly virtuous woman.

Each does so through highly stylized derivations of traditional medieval song forms--Marian prayer derived from earlier Gregorian.Secular (non-religious) motets continued to be written, however. These motets typically set a Latin text in praise of a monarch, commemorating some public triumph, or even praising music itself.

Nevertheless, the themes of courtly love often found in the medieval secular motet were banished from the. Renaissance Music Sacred vs Secular Bookish. Loading Unsubscribe from Bookish? What is an Isorhythmic Motet? - Duration: Classical N views.