Written by Glarean, which adds 4 modes-Ionian, hypoionian, aeolion, hypoaeoleon
Liber de ark contrapuncti
Written by Tinctoris, the book on counterbook
Le institoni harmoniche
Written by Zarlino, the foundation of harmony
Triumphs of Oriana
Organized by Weelkes, Compilation of madrigals by different composers, each ending with “Long Live the Queen”
Musica Transalpina
Published by Nicholas Yonge, Collection of Italian madrigals translated into English
Missa sine nominee
By Ockeghem, No distinctive quality, means “Mass without a name”
*Published in Italy by Petrucci *First printed anthology of chansons *Music dates from about 1470 to 1500 *Composers include those from the late Burgundian era and from the new generation *Two more volumes followed, indicating the popularity of northern composers. *More than half of the chansons are for three voices and are written in older styles.
Pope Marcellus Mass
By Palestrina, Written for the pope. *The melodies are similar to chant *Few repeated notes *The range is limited to a ninth. *Melodies often form an arch. *Leaps are followed by notes in the reverse direction. *Diatonic modes are maintained, and chromaticism is rare.
Compiled by Loys Bourgeois, The book that Psalm tunes were published in; only contains text tunes were composed for each meter of the psalms *Translations of the Psalter appeared in many countries. *Other Reformed Churches, including the Lutheran Church, adapted Psalter melodies for their own services. *The French Psalter influenced the English Psalter and the Psalter brought to New England by the Pilgrims in 1620. *All 150 psalm texts were translated into strophic, rhyming, and metrical verse.