Guillaume de Machut
“Quante en moi” motet-isorhythm- writing successive passages in identical rhythms but with distinct melodies MEDIEVAL
Josquin Deprez
Pange Lingua Mass- 4 yart mass derived from a hymn called Pange Lingua RENAISSANCE
Antonio Vivaldi
Violin Concerto in G- last of Vivaldi’s Opus 4 and the best one. A concerto for solo violin and the basic Baroque orchestra of strings and basso continuo BAROQUE
J.S. Bach
Brandenburg concertos #5- concerto grosso for flute, violin and harpsichord BAROQUE
W.A Mozart
Symphony No. 40 in G minor- most famous and admired work, very rare to have a symphony in minor mode, written in sonata form CLASSICAL
Franz Joseph Haydn
symphony No. 95- composed for his first tour in 1791, this work was composed later in his life (last 20 years) starts in minor than transforms to major CLASSICAL
Ludwig van Beethoven
Fifth Symphony- wrote 9 symphonies but this is his most famous, had few works than Mozart and Haydn but his works were more grand. motive is repeated throughout the piece ROMANTIC
Richard Wagner
Ring Cycle- called Nibelung’s Ring, based off of German and Norse legends involving gods, giants, and magical prophecies. 4 part musical drama ROMANTIC
Robert Schumann
Lied writer with piano roles that are more complex than most, was greatly influenced by Schubert ROMANTIC
Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 1- written in 1888, had a special style where he would combine solo players LATE ROMANTIC
Rite of Spring- 1913 the first performance caused a riot, ha had a barbaric style, visceral and unpredictable rhythms, dissonance without any consonance MODERNIST
Alban Berg
Wozzeck- his music is influenced by Wagner, was a student of Schoenberg, this is an operal but has no arias, contains many leitmotivs