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    Zolotaur

    6 years ago

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    Oct 31,  · DR13 dB dB I'm Gonna Leave You Tomorrow DR13 dB dB What's a Memory Like You (Doing in a Love Like This) DR17 dB dB You're the Last Thing I Needed Tonight DR15 dB dB At the Sound of the Tone.
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    Gardasar

    6 years ago

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    Poet-musicians who composed secular songs for performance in the many small aristocratic courts of southern France were called. 2. Which of the following most accurately states the role women played in secular music-making of the late Middle Ages? 3.
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    Zologor

    6 years ago

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    Since their first joint CD project in Katharina Bäuml (shawm) and Margit Kern (accordion), as the ensemble Mixtura, have developed programmes, which combine music of the Middle Ages or the Renaissance with specially commissioned pieces of New Music.
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    Fenritaur

    6 years ago

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    Kazizahn

    6 years ago

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    Summary: "The Middle Ages aren't just an uninteresting period of history trapped between ancient times and the Renaissance, as the name suggests. It's 1, years of fascinating historical events, including the Crusades, the Black Death, and the longest war that has ever been fought.
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    Nisida

    6 years ago

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    Album Design & Layout: Robert von Bahr, William Jewson Cover Design: Per Åberg Illustration: Olaus Magnus Photography: Bo Hansson, Henry Ragnarsson. vemahevirtuzelkefetefarbipers.co Bis CD [Cantigas/Cantiones, BIS LP]: Piæ Cantiones () 1. Personent hodie [] 2. In dulci iubilo [] 3. Omnis mundus iucundetur [] 4.
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    Dair

    6 years ago

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    Songs & dances of the Middle Ages: songs of love, chivalry, worship, pilgrimage, and dance: recorder & flute. Songs from the album of the same title, as recorded by Sonus. Description: 1 score (47 pages) ; 30 cm di Tristano --Istanpitta Gaetta (Italian, 14th cent.) --Gallicia: A virgen que de deus madre / Alfonso X (13th cent.) --Quen.
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    Totaxe

    6 years ago

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    Musical performance - Musical performance - The Middle Ages: The tradition of sung prayers and psalms extends into the shadows of early civilization. Such sacred singing was often accompanied by instruments, and its rhythmic character was marked. In the synagogue, however, the sung prayers were often unaccompanied. Ritual dance was excluded from the synagogue as the rhythmic character of.