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What style was typical of Franco Flemish music in the Renaissance?
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In this regard, what kind of music did the Renaissance have?
The main types were the German Lied, Italian frottola, the French chanson, the Italian madrigal, and the Spanish villancico. Other secular vocal genres included the caccia, rondeau, virelai, bergerette, ballade, musique mesurée, canzonetta, villanella, villotta, and the lute song.
Likewise, who are the popular composers of music of the Renaissance period?
- William Byrd (1543–1623) William Byrd is perhaps the greatest English composer of all time.
- Josquin Des Prez (1440–1521)
- Thomas Tallis (1510–1585)
- Pierre de La Rue (1460–1518)
- Claudio Monteverdi (1567–1643)
- Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1526–1594)
- Orlando de Lassus (1530–1594)
- Giovanni Gabrieli (1553–1612)
Just so, what is Franco Flemish music?
Franco-Flemish. Fran·co-Flem·ish. adjective. Of or relating to historical Flanders, Brabant, and Hainaut, and especially to the style of polyphonic musical composition that flourished there in the 1400s and 1500s.
Who were the great composers of the medieval and Renaissance periods?
Four of the most important composers from the Medieval Period were Hildegard von Bingen, Leonin, Perotin, and Guillaume de Machaut.