Here we are, 2/3rds of the way through the semester, and it is time for another round of listening journals, this time of music from the Renaissance. Music from the Renaissance becomes more polyphonic, sounds more expansive, and offers more challenges in discussing it. You'll see how the students approached this repertoire on their individual blogs:
Julie Robison: A journal entry on Josquin des Prez's "Motets et chansons" and a response to Victoria Brown's entry.
Sarah Hardy: A journal entry on Palestrina: Motetti & Missa “Assumpta est Maria” and a response to Victoria Brown's entry.
Victoria Brown: A journal entry on "Orlando di Lasso/Reginald de Lassus: Missa pro defunctis and Prophetiae Sibyllarum" and a response to Jaime Tyser's entry.
Christopher Janwong McKiggan: Like Julie, a journal entry on Josquin des Prez's "Motets et chansons" and a response to Victoria Brown.
Jaime Tyser: A journal entry on "Gilles Binchois: Mon Souverain Desir" and the last of four responses to Victoria Brown's entry.
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