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Bernard de Ventadorn
ca. 1150 – ca. 1180
Can vei la lauzeta mover
Leonin
1163 – 1190
Organum duplum
Notre Dame school – Ars Antiqua
Perotin
1180 – 1238
Organum quadruplum: Sederunt
Notre Dame school – Ars Antiqua
Adam de la Halle
ca. 1237 – ca. 1287
Jeu de Robin et de Marion – Rondeau of 1284
Last of the great trouveres
Philippe de Vitry
1291 – 1361
Motet from Roman de Fauvel – 1310
13th century isorhythmic motet
Guillaume de Machaut
ca. 1300 – 1377
Rondeau: Rose, liz, printemps, verdue
Form: ABaAabAB
Jacopo da Bologna
1300 - ?, 14th century
Madrigal: Fenice fu ~ 1350’s
Two voices in canon
Francesco Landini
ca. 1327 – 1397
Ballata: Non avra ma’ pieta
2-3 voice setting
2 line refrain (ripresa) surrounds 6 line stanza
Form: AbbaA
Landini cadence
John Dunstable
ca. 1390 – 1453
Motet: Quam pulchra es
3 voice work, with voices moving mostly in same rhythm
Guillaume Dufay
ca. 1400 – 1474
Ballade: Resvellies vous et faites chiere lye – 1423
Ballade is in AAB musical form
Missa Se la face ay pale: Gloria – 1450’s
Opens with typical duet style
Johannes Ockeghem
ca. 1420 – 1497
Flemish Chanson : D’ung aultre amer
3 voice setting
Polyphonic setting of secular French poems
Pattern of medieval Rondeau: ABaAabAB
Josquin des Prez
ca. 1440 – 1521
Chanson: Mille regretz
French text
4 voice work
“pairs” of voices respond to each other
Motet: Tu solus, qui facis mirabilia – his early years
4 voice setting in Latin
Henrich Isaac
ca. 1450 – 1517
Lied: Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen
Analagous to French chanson
Primarily homophonic
4 voice in German
Marco Cara
1470 – 1525
Frottola: Io non compro piu speranza – 1504
Melody in soprano voice
3 or 4 part chordal style
Lower voices played on instruments
Hans Sachs
1494 – 1576
Nachdem David war redlich und aufrichtig – Bar form AAB
Most celebrated Meistersinger
Claude le Jeune
ca. 1490 – 1562
Renaissance French chanson : Revecy venir du printans
Freely composed, follows text, emphasized syllable elongated
Chordal and in French
3 general styles: Fugal, Chordal, Solo w/instrumental polyphonic accomp.
Lively rhythms