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Alleluia O Mediating Branch
Hildegard von Bingen,
12thc
chant (Alleluia)
Dies Irae
Anon.
13th c.
chant
Viderunt omnes
Perotin
1198
organum
(Summer is come)
Anon.
c. 1250
secular song (round)
Kalenda Maya
Raimbaut de Vaqueiras
late 12th c.
troubadour song (estampie)
I must sing
Beatritz de Dia
late 12th c.
troubadour song (canso)
Since I am forgotten)
Guillaume de Machaut
mid-14th c.
polyphonic chanson
The armed man)
Anon.
15th c.
secular song
L’homme armé Mass - Kyrie
Guillaume Dufay
1460s
mass movement
Ave Maria… Virgo Serena
Josquin des Prez
1480s?
motet
Pope Marcellus Mass, Gloria
Giovanni da Palestrina
1567
mass movement
Mille regretz
Josquin des Prez
1520
polyphonic chanson
The white and sweet swan
Jacques Arcadelt
1538
madrigal
Fair Phyllis
John Farmer
1599
madrigal
Zefiro Torna
Monteverdi
1632
Madrigal
Two male voices with alternating imitation and unison
Dramatic disonnances and dancelike
You are dead
Monteverdi
1607 L’Orfeo
Male Recitative Opera
Very sad and lamenting
Has parts of tension and parts of major sounding music
Beautiful Eyes
Barbara Strozzi
1654
Cantata
Alternating female voices with light continuo
Shift between meter and ametric
Dido’s Lament
Henry Purcell
1689 Dido and Aeneas
English Opera
Recitative with half step movement
Aria is lyrical and in triple meter
Eyes, I adore you
Handel
1724 Julius Caesar
Solo soprano aria with instrumental accompaniment
Repeated main theme
Rejoice Greatly
Handel
1742 Messiah
Oratoio
Melismatic soprano solo
Orchestra ritornellos that provide unity
Chorale fantasia
Bach
1727
Chorale fantasia Wachet Auf Cantata No. 140
Slow moving chorale in sopranos
Bar form of AAB based on structure of melody
Unison chorale
Bach
1727
Chorale Wachet Auf Cantata No. 140
Chorale in melody in tenors
Three part counterpoint between vocal, strings and bass
Duet
Bach
1727
Wachet Auf Cantata No. 140
Female and male voice alternate with instrumental accompaniment
Immitation between singers
Chorale hymn
Bach
1727
Wachet Auf Cantata No. 140
Homophonic texture
Grand chorale entrance and set phrasing
Contrapunctus I
Bach
1750
Art of Fugue
Alternation between sublect, answer and episodes
Immitation among different parts
Courante,
Bach
1717-­‐1721
Suite for Unaccompanied Violincello
The song is dancelike
in binary form.
The Four Seasons: Spring Allegro
Vivaldi
1725
Programmatic Concerto for Violin
Musical portrayals of the program and virtuoso solo violin writing
Halleluiah
Handel
1742 Messiah
Oratorio
Changes in texture from homophony to monophony to polyphony
Passages of immitation and unison between voices and orchestra