Midterm timeline project

Timeline created by AutumnStroud
In Music
  • 1,485 BCE

    Josquin's Ave Maria (1485)

    Josquin's Ave Maria virgo serena Motet (1485)
  • 1,098 BCE

    Hildegard of Bingen (1098 - 1179)

    Hildegard was born into nobility and eventually started a covet near Bingen. She used syllabic and melismatic syllable settings.
  • 1,030 BCE

    Guido of Arezzo (990 - 1050)

    Innovative Micrologus (little treatise, ca.1030).
    4 line staff, relative pitch, sight singing syllables, and round B flat and Square B (natural)
  • Period:
    -500 BCE
    to
    1,450 BCE

    Medevial

  • 1323

    Ars Nova treatise (C1323)

    Ars Nova (New art) replaces the former Ars Antiqua. It includes time and prolation compared to the former art.
  • Period:
    1450
    to

    Renaissance Period (1450 - 1600)

  • 1500

    Martin Luther Chorale

    The date is not clearly clarified. It could range between (1483-1546).
  • 1500

    Palestrina Pope Marcellus Mass

    The significance of this published piece during the range of (1535 - 1594) is incredulous. Palestrina's style is ideal for counter points and dedication for the Pope. The idea was to demonstrate intelligible and sacred words that could be demonstrated in Polyphonic music.
  • 1538

    Arcadelt Madrigal (Ca.1538)

    Arcadelt Madrigal II Bianco e dolce cigno
  • Victoria Missa Magnum Mysterium

  • Gabrieli sonata pian'e forte (1597)

    Cornetto and Sackbut were included in this performance.
  • Period: to

    Baroque period

  • Monteverdi's L'Orfeo (1607)

  • L'Estro Armonica (Harmonic inspiration, 1711)

    The significance of this piece revolves around the intense popularity it gained. It was the most influential piece of music and set of popularity for Italian concertos.
  • Traite D L'harmonie (Treatise on a harmony,1722)

    Rameau was the first to have a fundamental bass line, use three pillars of harmony, and define the roots of chords and their inversions.
  • Bach's the well tempered Clavier (1722 and Ca. 1740)

    There were two separate publications, each had 24 fugues in major and minor alike. The clavier used near equal temperament, which was useful because the musician had the ability to play in all keys.
  • Period: to

    PreClassical period (1730 through 1770)

  • Period: to

    Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 through 1809)

    The most celebrated composer of his day.
    Self-taught and taught Beethoven.
    "H"
  • Period: to

    Joseph Bologone Le Chevalier de Saint-Georges, des Amatuers (1745 through 1799)

    One of the finest orchestras in Europe
  • Handel's Messiah (1741/1742)

    Handel completed the anointed one in 1741, then it premiered in Dublin, 1742.
  • JS Bach (1685 through 1750)

  • Period: to

    Wolfgang Amadeus Leopold Mozart

    Leopold Mozart died at the age of 35. He was recgnized as a child prodigdy. He became a freelance after a court position with archbishop
  • Period: to

    Viennese classical period (1770 through 1800)

  • Haydn's symphony No. 94 "Surprise"

    The premier date in London is 1792