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Early and Baroque Music
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What were the dates of the medieval period in music?

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What were the dates of the medieval period in music?


450-1450


What were the dates of the Renaissance period of music?

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What were the dates of the Renaissance period of music?


1450-1600


What were the dates of the Baroque period of music?

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What were the dates of the Baroque period of music?


1600-1760


What method was used to learn the earliest music?

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What method was used to learn the earliest music?


Rote


What is the name of the earliest form of plainchant?

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What is the name of the earliest form of plainchant?


Gregorian Chant


What was the theme of early music?

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What was the theme of early music?


Religion


What was early music written on?

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What was early music written on?


Sheepskin


What was the first form of notation called?

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What was the first form of notation called?


Neumes


Church choirs were made up of men and who?

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Church choirs were made up of men and who?


Boys


Who was plainchant wrongly named for?

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Who was plainchant wrongly named for?


Pope Gregory the Great


What is the name of the instrument that predates the piano?

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What is the name of the instrument that predates the piano?


Harpsichord


What is the name of the instrument that predates the trombone?

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What is the name of the instrument that predates the trombone?


Sackbut


What is the name of the hand-held key instrument that must be pumped?

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What is the name of the hand-held key instrument that must be pumped?


Hurdy-Gurdy


What are the knobs you pull out on an organ to adjust the timbre called?

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What are the knobs you pull out on an organ to adjust the timbre called?


Stops


Name one early wood wind instrument

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Name one early wood wind instrument


Ocarina

Flute

Recorder


Music written for the church is called what?

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Music written for the church is called what?


Sacred


Music with a non-religious theme is what?

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Music with a non-religious theme is what?


Secular


What type of music has one musical line (voice)?

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What type of music has one musical line (voice)?


Monophony


What type of music has a two musical lines (voices) moving together?

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What type of music has a two musical lines (voices) moving together?


Homophony


What type of music has many musical lines (voices) moving in different directions?

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What type of music has many musical lines (voices) moving in different directions?


Polyphony


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What animal did Pope Gregory the Great say came to him and helped him create Gregorian Chant?


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What animal did Pope Gregory the Great say came to him and helped him create Gregorian Chant?


Dove





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