July 31, 2020
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• 4th century Bishop Ambrose codified chants which was later called the Ambrosian chants.
476 CE- Fall of the Roman Empire
Early 6th century-Pope Gregory I codified traditional melodies
9th century-Gregorian Chant began expansion
12th-Musical activity shifted to Notre Dam in Paris
12th century- Harmony was gradually introduced
1152- Eleanor of Aquitance married King Henry II and brought her love of music to England.
578- Woman were excluded in musical performances in the christian churches
11th century- The goliard songs are the first example of secular music.
15th Century-Three part music was created named, "faux baurdon".
15th Century-The Basse Danse type of music was popular.
14th Century-The music genre shifted to secular due to the decline of the Christian Church
350-St Basil of Ceasera called dancing the most noble act
Early 9th Century-Charlemagne the Roman Emperor prohibited all kinds of dancing.
14th Century-A form of dance called the Totentaz emerged.
20th Century-Women were included Roman Catholic Church Choirs
1295-Edward I's Model Parliament
1095-Pope Urban II's Speech
1086-Publication of Domesday Book
1215-Signing of the Magna Carta
11th-12th century- Traubadaurs influenced medieval music
590-604- Pope Gregory I made the first codification of music.
11th-12th Century-Mass dances such as the dance of death and the St Vitus’s dance wer popular.
1346-1353-The Black Death
476–800-The Dark Ages
1000-1300-High Middle Ages
1300-1500-Late Middle Ages
1096-1099-The First Crusade
1145-1149-The Second Crusade
4th-7th Century-Construction of Notre Dam Cathedral
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