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Title: Music in the Middle Ages


1
Music in the Middle Ages
From the fall of the Roman Empire to the 15th
century
2
Places for Medieval Music
  • Music was played in three different places
  • -Monasteries
  • Monks were the first to
  • write music
  • -Cathedrals
  • Later the local
  • cathedral became the
  • center of life and
  • culture of the village
  • people.
  • -Castles
  • Troubadours and bards
  • created profane music that
  • entertained the upper class

Monserrat Monastery
Santiago de Compostela Cathedral
Castle in Segovia
3
Characteristics of Medieval Music
  • Troubadour music
  • was just to entertain
  • the nobles
  • -players would travel
  • to sing, dance, and
  • play instruments for
  • money

4
Medieval Instruments
  • In the Cathedral
  • -Organ
  • In the Castle
  • -Lute
  • -Viola
  • -Tamborine
  • -Oboe
  • http//es.youtube.com/watch?v9yMQChsHIFA

5
Activities
  • From the book
  • 1.Between what periods did Medieval
  • music flourish?
  • 2.What kind of music was written down?
  • 3.What was the main purpose for music in
  • the Medieval age?
  • Your own search
  • 1.What are some of the most popular stories that
  • the bards and troubadours sang about?
  • 2.What kind of music was enjoyed in other parts
    of the
  • world during this time- China, India,
    Africa, Middle
  • East, etc.?
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