Nicolas gombert worked at what three locations?
Vienna, Madrid, Brussels
Nicolas Gombert studied under whom?
Jacob Arcadelt was of student of…?
Jacob Arcadelt served in what two locations?
Burgandy and Italy
Jacob Arcadelt was known principally for what two styles of music?
secular chansons and madgrigali
Jacob Clement was also known as__ distiguishing from another composer?
Clemens non Papa
Where did Jacob Clements work mostly?
in Burges and other Netherlander (reformed churches)
What did Jacob Clements work include?
Secular chansons,
15 Masses, 200+ motets,
4 books of psalm settings
A Dutch 3 part strophic settings for devotions at home
Souterliedekens and Lofzangen
Where was Adrian Willaert born?
Who studied with Mouton in Paris?
Adrian Willaert
Who employed Adrian Willeart in Rome?
Cardinal Ippolito d’Este
What work of Willeart’s was presented at St. Marks in Venice?
Maestro di Capella
List four of Willeart’s students>>
Zarlino, Rore, Vicentino, Andrea Gabrieli
Willeart is often BUT MISTAKENLY credited for what?
The development of cori spezzati
Willeart was progressive in style in these three areas>>
textual expression, chromaticism, rhythm
Willeart payed close attention to what two textual aspects?
text underlay, stress of Latin diction
Who is the composer of Estes family in Ferrara?
Cipriano de Rore
Rore was willeart’s successor at what location?
St.Marks in Venice
Rore is principally known for what developments
Italian madrigali
who was taken to Italy at the age of 18 to sing for the court of Constantino Catrioto in Naples?
Roland de Lassus
who was maestro di capella at St. John’s Lateran (the parish church in rome)?
Roland de Lassus
roland de Lassus was a composer in what location?
who served Duke Albercht V in Munich Germany for 38 years?
Roland de Lassus
who traveled to Munich to study with Lassus?
motets reflected influence of what musical style?
Motet style influenced by madrigal includes traits such as>>>
dramatic texts (biblical or non), word painting, chromaticism
what are the three cosmopolitan secular productions?
Parisian chansons, German and Dutch lieder, Italian madrigali
List the five guidelines imposed after the counter reformation>>>
>Music must contribute to a worshipful attitude, >avoid the use of secular melodies, >text must be clearly understood, >instruments colla voce, >return to traditional liturgical chants
who composed the “Council Prayers”?
Jacobus Kerle
What did the composition of Council Prayers convince critics of?
the value of polyphonic music
Who recieved early musical training and later bacame organist in the choir of Santa Maria Maggiore (Rome)?
Local Bishop later became Pope
Who was appointed Maestro di capella giulia
who was appointed to sing in Pontifical choir?
who replaced Lassus at St. John’s Lateran?
who was the master of music in the Jesuit Roman Seminary?
founded by Council of Trent to train clergy and musicians
Jesuit roman Seminary
Lost his family in the plague
Palestrina did three types of masses>>>
paraphrase, cantus firmus, parody