University of Atlantia

Course Detail

Modal Rhythm and Notation of Early Polyphony

Iselda de Narbonne

Instructor's Kingdom: Atlantia , Time Zone:EST
University Session UA106 February 13, 2021 Course # 629
Time 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM Fee
Length 1 hr Credits 1
Attendees 16/49 Room Orchestra
Course Category Performing Arts

Learn to read medieval music!˜ During the emergence of Western polyphony, notated music began to incorporate more than one melody sung at the same time.˜ These pieces included the stunning works of the Notre Dame school, with elaborate virtuoso singing decorating˜familiar lines of chant, as well as motets combining popular secular songs into duets, trios, and quartets that exposed nuances of meaning by combining texts.˜ The fact is, though, when you have more than one melody that you need to fit together, rhythm and timing become kind of important.˜ In this class, we will cover the earliest˜methods of notating rhythmically clear, multi-part notation, and find out how to turn this ( into this (˜ Familiarity with modern music notation will be of great help to students in this class, but all are welcome! This class will not be recorded.
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