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Music of the 
Renaissance 
Period 
(1450-1600) 
Mr. Al-lyn L. Vocal 
Music 9 
La Salle University Integrated School
Music of the Renaissance 
Period 
I. Learning Competencies 
II. Historical Background 
III. Cultural Background 
IV.Charac...
I. Historical Background: 
I. Renaissance 
◦ comes from the word “renaitre” which 
means “rebirth”, “revival”, and 
“redis...
I. Historical Background: 
II.Achievements 
by Renaissance 
People 
a. Invention of 
movable type 
printing by 
Johannes 
...
I. Historical Background: 
B. 
Travelers discovered, explored, and 
settled new lands to establish new 
settlements, sprea...
Christopher Columbus
John Cabot
Amerigo Vespucci
Hernan Cortes
Vasco Nuñez de Balboa
Francisco Pizarro
Juan Ponce de Leon
Ferdinand Magellan
I. Historical Background: 
C. Discovery of the actual position of 
the Earth in the Solar system by 
Copernacus.
I. Historical Background: 
D. Invention of compass creating a 
wider navigation not only of the lands 
but also for the oc...
I. Historical Background: 
E. Rise of the ARTS
Pieta by MICHAELANGELO
Birth of Venus by Sandro 
Botticelli
Mona Lisa by Leonardo da 
Vinci
Disposition of Christ by 
RAPHAEL
Madonna and Child by Giovanni 
Bellini
I. Historical Background: 
F. Influenced of literatures by William 
Shakespeare
II. Cultural Background: 
ROMAN CATHOLIC 
Protestante
II. Cultural Background: 
Protestant Reformation led by Martin Luther 
a. States the articles of 
complaints. 
b.Expressin...
II. Cultural Background: 
COUNTER-Reformation by Council of Trent 
a. response to Protestant reformation 
b. contains reco...
III. Characteristics of Music: 
A. MAJOR Characteristics: 
◦ Mostly polyphonic “ Golden Age of 
Polyphony” 
◦ Imitation am...
III. Characteristics of Music: 
B. Words and Music 
a. VOCAL music was more important 
than INSTRUMENTAL music 
b. close r...
III. Characteristics of Music: 
b. Emphasis on capturing the emotion 
and imagery of the text 
c. Calm and restrained 
d. ...
III. Characteristics of Music: 
C. TEXTURE 
a. chiefly POLYPHONY 
b. sounds fuller, mild and relaxed 
c. Bass register was...
III. Characteristics of Music: 
D. RHYTHM and MELODY 
a. RHYTHM is more gentle flow than a 
sharply defined beat 
b. RYTHM...
IV. Types of Renaissance 
Music 
A. Sacred Music 
B. Secular Music
IV. Types of Renaissance Music: SACRED 
2 Main Forms of 
Sacred Renaissance 
Music: 
a.MOTET 
b.MASS
Motet 
- Renaissance MOTET is 
a polyphonic choral work 
set to a sacred Latin text 
other than the ordinary of 
the mass
Mass 
- Renaissance Mass is a polyphonic 
choral composition made up of five 
sections: 
1. Kyrie 
2. Gloria 
3. Credo 
4....
IV. Types of Renaissance Music: 
Secular 
A. Vocal Music 
- became increasingly popular 
-important leisure activity 
-eve...
IV. Types of Renaissance Music: 
Secular 
B. The Renaissance MADRIGAL 
- a piece for several voices set to a 
short poem, ...
IV. Types of Renaissance Music: 
Secular 
C. The Renaissance BALLET 
-also known as Fa-La 
-a dance-like song for several ...
IV. Types of Renaissance Music: 
Secular 
D. Instrumental Music 
-intended for dancing (Court Dance) 
Musical instruments ...
IV. Types of Renaissance Music: 
Secular 
Types of Court Dances 
a.Pavane 
b.Passamezzo 
c. Galliard
VI. Famous Renaissance Composers 
1.Josquin Desprez 
2. Giovanni Pierluigi 
da Palestrina 
3. Thomas Morley
VI. Famous Renaissance Composers 
Josquin Desprez 
a. Born in the 
province of 
Hainaut 
(Belgium) 
b. Serves for 
the Duk...
VI. Famous Renaissance Composers 
Josquin Desprez 
c. Work for Louis 
XII of France 
d. His 
compositions 
include: 
i. ma...
VI. Famous Renaissance Composers 
Josquin Desprez 
AVE MARIA
VI. Famous Renaissance Composers 
Giovanni 
Pierluigi da 
Palestrina 
a. Devoted himself 
to music for the 
Catholic churc...
VI. Famous Renaissance Composers 
Giovanni 
Pierluigi da 
Palestrina 
d. His works 
composed of 
i. 104 masses 
ii. 450 ot...
VI. Famous Renaissance Composers 
Giovanni 
Pierluigi da 
Palestrina 
Pope Marcellus 
Mass
VI. Famous Renaissance Composers 
Thomas Morley 
a. English 
composer best 
known for his 
madrigals
VI. Famous Renaissance Composers 
Thomas Morley 
Now is the Month 
of Maying
Let’s Have an Activity! 
Study the song NOW IS THE 
MONTH OF MAYING and 
describe the musical 
elements (feeling of the mu...
Let’s Have an Activity! 
Scoring Rubric 
Creativity - 10pts 
Content - 10pts 
Concept - 10pts 
Clarity of the Presentation...
Let’s Have an Activity! 
You are given 10 minutes to 
discuss and practice with 
your group.
Your 10 Minutes starts NOW! 
Scoring Rubric 
Creativity - 10pts 
Content - 10pts 
Concept - 10pts 
Clarity of the Presenta...
Learning Competencies 
a. The learner listens perceptively to 
selected vocal and instrumental 
music of Renaissance music...
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Music of the Renaissance Period

  1. 1. Music of the Renaissance Period (1450-1600) Mr. Al-lyn L. Vocal Music 9 La Salle University Integrated School
  2. 2. Music of the Renaissance Period I. Learning Competencies II. Historical Background III. Cultural Background IV.Characteristics of Renaissance Music V. Types of Renaissance Music VI.Famous Renaissance Composers
  3. 3. I. Historical Background: I. Renaissance ◦ comes from the word “renaitre” which means “rebirth”, “revival”, and “rediscovery” ◦ Period of “looking back” to the golden age of Greece and Rome ◦ Period of Humanism, optimism, and reform focused on human life
  4. 4. I. Historical Background: II.Achievements by Renaissance People a. Invention of movable type printing by Johannes Gutenberg
  5. 5. I. Historical Background: B. Travelers discovered, explored, and settled new lands to establish new settlements, spread Christianity, and search for gold for increased trade.
  6. 6. Christopher Columbus
  7. 7. John Cabot
  8. 8. Amerigo Vespucci
  9. 9. Hernan Cortes
  10. 10. Vasco Nuñez de Balboa
  11. 11. Francisco Pizarro
  12. 12. Juan Ponce de Leon
  13. 13. Ferdinand Magellan
  14. 14. I. Historical Background: C. Discovery of the actual position of the Earth in the Solar system by Copernacus.
  15. 15. I. Historical Background: D. Invention of compass creating a wider navigation not only of the lands but also for the oceans.
  16. 16. I. Historical Background: E. Rise of the ARTS
  17. 17. Pieta by MICHAELANGELO
  18. 18. Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli
  19. 19. Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
  20. 20. Disposition of Christ by RAPHAEL
  21. 21. Madonna and Child by Giovanni Bellini
  22. 22. I. Historical Background: F. Influenced of literatures by William Shakespeare
  23. 23. II. Cultural Background: ROMAN CATHOLIC Protestante
  24. 24. II. Cultural Background: Protestant Reformation led by Martin Luther a. States the articles of complaints. b.Expressing reformation within the church c. States that reportoire of church songs should include some in the vernacular as well as those sung in Latin d.CHORALE- new kind of hymn a. Modest German scholar b. Monk c. Dared to criticize the excesses and abuses observed with the catholic church d. Brought to public attention as THESES
  25. 25. II. Cultural Background: COUNTER-Reformation by Council of Trent a. response to Protestant reformation b. contains recommendations for improvements in church procedures c. composed of serenely beautiful choral music indicating sensitivity to some criticisms of Catholic church music voiced by Protestants
  26. 26. III. Characteristics of Music: A. MAJOR Characteristics: ◦ Mostly polyphonic “ Golden Age of Polyphony” ◦ Imitation among voices are common ◦ Use of word painting in texts and music ◦ Melodic lines move in a flowing manner ◦ Melodies are easier to perform because these move along a scale with a few large leaps
  27. 27. III. Characteristics of Music: B. Words and Music a. VOCAL music was more important than INSTRUMENTAL music b. close relationship between words and music to enhance the meaning and emotion of the text. “when on of the words expresses weeping, pain, heartbreak, sighs, tears, and other similar things, let the harmony full of sadness”
  28. 28. III. Characteristics of Music: b. Emphasis on capturing the emotion and imagery of the text c. Calm and restrained d. Wide range of emotion, express in moderate, balanced way, with no extreme contrasts of dynamics, tone color, or rhythm
  29. 29. III. Characteristics of Music: C. TEXTURE a. chiefly POLYPHONY b. sounds fuller, mild and relaxed c. Bass register was used for the first time d. Golden Age of A capella - even so, instruments were often combined with voices, it might duplicate the vocal lines to reinforce the sound, or they may take part of the missing singer
  30. 30. III. Characteristics of Music: D. RHYTHM and MELODY a. RHYTHM is more gentle flow than a sharply defined beat b. RYTHMIC independence -when one singer is at the beginning of his/her melodic phrase, the others may already be in the middle of theirs (this technique makes singing Renaissance music both PLEASURE and a CHALLENGE for each singer must maintain an individual rhythm)
  31. 31. IV. Types of Renaissance Music A. Sacred Music B. Secular Music
  32. 32. IV. Types of Renaissance Music: SACRED 2 Main Forms of Sacred Renaissance Music: a.MOTET b.MASS
  33. 33. Motet - Renaissance MOTET is a polyphonic choral work set to a sacred Latin text other than the ordinary of the mass
  34. 34. Mass - Renaissance Mass is a polyphonic choral composition made up of five sections: 1. Kyrie 2. Gloria 3. Credo 4. Sanctus 5. Agnus Dei
  35. 35. IV. Types of Renaissance Music: Secular A. Vocal Music - became increasingly popular -important leisure activity -every educated person was expected to play an instrument and read notation -written for groups of solo voices and for solo voice with the accompaniment of one or more instruments -word painting was common, delighted in imitating natural sounds such as bird calls and street cries
  36. 36. IV. Types of Renaissance Music: Secular B. The Renaissance MADRIGAL - a piece for several voices set to a short poem, usually about LOVE - combines HOMOPHONIC and PLOYPHONIC textures -uses word painting and unusual harmonies
  37. 37. IV. Types of Renaissance Music: Secular C. The Renaissance BALLET -also known as Fa-La -a dance-like song for several solo voices -mostly HOMOPHONIC in texture with the melody in the highest voice -the same music is repeated for each stanza of the poem, and the syllables Fa-La are used as refrain (hence the name)
  38. 38. IV. Types of Renaissance Music: Secular D. Instrumental Music -intended for dancing (Court Dance) Musical instruments used a. Harpischord f. Sackbuts b. Organ g. Viols c. Lute h. Regals d. Trumpet e. Shawm f. Recorder e.Cornetts
  39. 39. IV. Types of Renaissance Music: Secular Types of Court Dances a.Pavane b.Passamezzo c. Galliard
  40. 40. VI. Famous Renaissance Composers 1.Josquin Desprez 2. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina 3. Thomas Morley
  41. 41. VI. Famous Renaissance Composers Josquin Desprez a. Born in the province of Hainaut (Belgium) b. Serves for the Dukes’ private chapels and in the Papal Choir at Rome
  42. 42. VI. Famous Renaissance Composers Josquin Desprez c. Work for Louis XII of France d. His compositions include: i. masses ii. Motets iii. Secular vocal pieces
  43. 43. VI. Famous Renaissance Composers Josquin Desprez AVE MARIA
  44. 44. VI. Famous Renaissance Composers Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina a. Devoted himself to music for the Catholic church b. His career centered in Rome c. Musical director of St. Peter’s Basilica
  45. 45. VI. Famous Renaissance Composers Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina d. His works composed of i. 104 masses ii. 450 other sacred works
  46. 46. VI. Famous Renaissance Composers Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina Pope Marcellus Mass
  47. 47. VI. Famous Renaissance Composers Thomas Morley a. English composer best known for his madrigals
  48. 48. VI. Famous Renaissance Composers Thomas Morley Now is the Month of Maying
  49. 49. Let’s Have an Activity! Study the song NOW IS THE MONTH OF MAYING and describe the musical elements (feeling of the music, word painting, and the like) through a creative presentation.
  50. 50. Let’s Have an Activity! Scoring Rubric Creativity - 10pts Content - 10pts Concept - 10pts Clarity of the Presentation - 10pts Total 40points
  51. 51. Let’s Have an Activity! You are given 10 minutes to discuss and practice with your group.
  52. 52. Your 10 Minutes starts NOW! Scoring Rubric Creativity - 10pts Content - 10pts Concept - 10pts Clarity of the Presentation - 10pts Total 40points
  53. 53. Learning Competencies a. The learner listens perceptively to selected vocal and instrumental music of Renaissance music. b. Describes musical elements of given Renaissance music.

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