#1
Anybody here wish to help me on my english 12 powerpoint?

i have a few slides done on instruments used, and now im looking for what scales were used and what theories they had to put them together.

please no spam like the sht scale or anything, and dont say google because im still googling this as i type this thread out.

if you have any websites that can help me please do say

and thanks everyone

why not make this into a discusion about the Elizabethean times aswell?

i know a few people here enjoy classical and concort music.
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#2
For starters, I would check out Greensleeves and La Folia.

...Shallow, but yeah, that's what I would look into.

And maybe lutes and flutes? and drums.
#3
Greensleeves was Henry VIII, no idea how widespread it was when Dicky was writing though.
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For starters, I would check out Greensleeves and La Folia.

...Shallow, but yeah, that's what I would look into.

And maybe lutes and flutes? and drums.


yes they used a wide variety of instruments

the lyre and lute were used widely, but also organs and large brass instruments were quite popular as well.

i think they used a 6 note scale, called a hexachord, a 6 note cord broken up into single notes, kinda like an arpeggio.

anymore information that could be found helpful?

doesnt need to answer my powerpoint presentation, i just would like a shove in the right direction to search

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Monteverdi, homes.
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Monteverdi, homes.


are they compoers of the Elizebethean time?
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#7
Monteverdi was Italian, but was extremely influential in the transition from Renaissance music to Baroque. He was writing at the same time as Shakespeare.
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