music project

  • 1400 BCE

    The First Music That Ever Existed

    The First Music That Ever Existed
    is the hymn of Ugarit or the hymn to Nikkal goddess of Canaan and Ugrit
  • Period: 476 to Apr 2, 1450

    middle Ages

    The music of the Middle Ages is represented mainly by vocal, religious or secular compositions, marked in the first centuries by monody,
  • Jan 14, 679

    Gregorian singing

    Gregorian singing
    It is a prayer in the form of a song whose function is to worship God, implore his mercy, thank him for his favors and beg for his help.
  • Jun 2, 1135

    Bernart de ventadorn

    Bernart de Ventadour y Bernard de Ventadorn, fue un popular trovador, compositor y poeta provenzal.
  • Mar 12, 1160


    was a medieval French composer, who was born in Paris between 1155 and 1160 and died around 1230. Considered the most important composer of the School of Notre Dame of Paris
  • Mar 4, 1179

    Hilbegard von bingen

    Hildegard of Bingen was a German holy Benedictine abbess and polymath, active as a composer.
  • 1201


    the first known composer of polyphonic organum.
  • Feb 6, 1240

    arts antigua

    arts antigua
    ”, Ars Antiqua es un término utilizado en textos teóricos de principios del siglo 14 para describir sistemas de notación que habían sido superados por los avances técnicos de Ars Nova.
  • Jul 8, 1315

    arts nova

    arts nova
    is the title of a treatise (ca. 1322) that conveys the teachings of Philippe de Vitry but which has become generic to describe a period of musical composition
  • Mar 12, 1377

    guillaume de mâchaut

    French composer and poet, he was the most prolific author of the 14th century, both in the field of music and poetry.
  • Jun 7, 1397

    Francesco lanbini

    Francesco Landini or Landino was an Italian composer, organist, singer, poet, instrument maker and astrologer. He was one of the most famous and admired composers of the second half of the 14th century and without a doubt the most famous composer in Italy.​​
  • Period: May 3, 1400 to

    The Renaissance

    The Musical Renaissance was a historical and cultural period that lasted from the late 14th century to the 17th century in Europe. During this time, great advancement occurred in the arts, science, and literature.
  • Jan 9, 1517

    Martín Lutero

    Luther was a good composer, and above all he had a special ability to make prosody and music complement each other perfectly.
  • Apr 7, 1529

    Juan del Encina.

    "Poet, musician and playwright of the Pre-Renaissance. He belonged to the dawn of the Castilian polyphonic school, one of the most important in Spain
  • Jan 3, 1553

    Cristóbal de Morales

    He was a Spanish Catholic priest and chapelmaster who, along with Tomás Luis de Victoria and Cristóbal de Morales, is one of the great names of sacred music of the Renaissance and one of the greatest Hispanic composers.
  • Mar 6, 1566

    Antonio de cabezon

    Antonio de Cabezon was a Spanish organist, harpist and composer of the Renaissance.
  • Andrea Gabrieli

    Andrea Gabrieli was an Italian composer and organist of the late Renaissance.
  • Maddalena Casulana

    Maddalena Casulana was an Italian composer, violin player and singer of the late Renaissance. She was the first woman composer to have an entire exclusive volume of her music printed and published in the history of Western music.
  • Orlando di Lasso

    was a Franco-Flemish composer of the late Renaissance. Along with Palestrina and Victoria, he is considered one of the most influential composers of the 16th century.
  • giovanni pierluigi da palestrina

    Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina fue un compositor italiano renacentista de música sacra y el representante más conocido de la Escuela romana de composición musical del siglo XVI
  • Period: to

    el Baroque

    Baroque music (UK: /bəˈrɒk/ or US: /bəˈroʊk/) refers to the period or dominant style of Western classical music composed from about 1600 to 1750.[1] The Baroque style followed the Renaissance period, and was followed in turn by the Classical period after a short transition (the galant style). The Baroque period is divided into three major phases: early, middle, and late.
  • Tomás Luis de Victoria

    Tomás Luis de Victoria was a Catholic priest, chapel teacher and famous polyphonist composer of the Spanish Renaissance. He has been considered one of the most relevant and advanced composers of his time, with an innovative style that heralded the imminent Baroque.
  • Giovanni Gabrieli

    Giovanni Gabrieli was an Italian composer and organist, born and died in Venice. One of the most influential musicians of his time,
  • Claudio Monteverdi

    Giovanni Antonio Monteverdi was an Italian composer, viola player, singer, choir director and priest.
  • Giacomo Carissimi

    Giacomo Carissimi fue uno de los compositores italianos más eminentes de los comienzos del Barroco y uno de los principales representantes de la Escuela Romana. Nació en Marino, cerca de Roma
  • J. S. Bach

    J. S. Bach
    Johann Sebastian Bach[n 2] (31 March [O.S. 21 March] 1685 – 28 July 1750) was a German composer and musician of the late Baroque period. He is known for his orchestral music such as the Brandenburg Concertos
  • Henry Purcel

    Henry Purcell ​ fue un compositor inglés del barroco. Considerado uno de los mejores compositores ingleses de todos los tiempos, ​ incorporó a su música elementos estilísticos franceses e italianos, generando un estilo propio inglés de música barroca.
  • Antonio Vivaldi

    Antonio Vivaldi was a Venetian Baroque composer, violinist, printer, teacher and Catholic priest.
  • Antonio vivaldi

    Antonio vivaldi
    He composed more than 700 works, for different instruments.
  • Georg Friedrich Händel

    George Frideric Handel was a German composer, later naturalized English, considered one of the leading figures in the history of music, especially the baroque, and one of the most influential composers of Western and universal music.
  • Georg Philipp Telemann

    Georg Philipp Telemann was a German Baroque composer, although his work also had characteristics of early classicism. He is considered the most prolific composer in the history of music. Self-taught in music, he studied law at the University of Leipzig.
  • Guido d:arezzo

    Guido d:arezzo
    was an Italian Benedictine monk and musical theorist who constitutes one of the central figures of the music of the Medieval Ages.