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Music and Art In The Medieval Era: The Gothic Period

Video title: The Gothic Period

Watch this online Music video entitled The Gothic Period. Learn about the music, composers and musical works of The Gothic Period and Medieval Era.

Study and learn about The Gothic Period and it's origins in Paris in the 1100's. Journey back to the medieval era in Western Europe, where you'll explore the historical influences and religious developments. Listen to examples of counterpoint and harmony, study how the formal qualities of medieval music resemble the structure of the Gothic cathedral and the artistic impact of the Gothic style. View the magnificent stained glass windows of Notre Dame de Paris and Chartres cathedrals.

 

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Music and Art In The Medieval Era: The Gothic Period. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Gothic Art Period. Learn about Art and Music in The Gothic Period. Explore the cultural influence of the Church and the artistic impact of the Gothic style.
  • Gain insight to the effects of feudalism, secular monarchies, and the classical ideal on the Age of Faith.
  • Survey the development of plainchant, harmony, and counterpoint, and discover how the formal qualities of medieval music resemble the construction of the Gothic cathedral.
  • View illuminated manuscripts, tapestries, and the jewel-colored stained-glass windows of Chartres Cathedral and Notre-Dame de Paris.
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