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Music
Quarter 1, Wk.1 - Module 1
Vocal and Instrumental Music of Medieval,
Renaissance and Baroque Periods

Department of Education ● Republic of the Philippines


Music - Grade 9
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Quarter 1, Wk.1 - Module 1: Vocal and Instrumental Music of Medieval,
Renaissance and Baroque Periods
First Edition, 2020

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Music
Quarter 1, Wk.1 - Module 1
Vocal and Instrumental Music of Medieval,
Renaissance and Baroque Periods

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Table of Contents

What This Module is About ....................................................................................................................... i


What I Need to Know .................................................................................................................................. ii
How to Learn from this Module .............................................................................................................. .ii
Icons of this Module ................................................................................................................................... .iii

What I Know ..................................................................................................................................................iii

Lesson 1:
Vocal and Instrumental Music of Medieval, Renaissance and
Baroque Periods..............................................................................................................................
What I Need to Know..................................................................................................... 1
What’s New ................................................................................................................... 1
What Is It ........................................................................................................................... 2
What’s More .................................................................................................................... 3
What I Have Learned..................................................................................................... 3
What I Can Do ................................................................................................................. 3

Summary ……………………………………………………………………………………..4
Assessment: (Post-Test)……………………………………………………………………….4
Key to Answers…………………………………………………………………………………………..5
References ............................................................................................................................................... .6
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What This Module is About

Welcome to “Vocal and Instrumental Music of Medieval, Renaissance and


Baroque Periods”, an online and offline module in Music and Arts for Grade 9
learners of the Department of Education. This module aims to be as inclusive as
possible during this trying times of the Covid19 pandemic, with series of activities
that would cater the needs of learners who have internet access and smartphones
and those who are unable to have access and aid of technology.

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What I Need to Know

LEARNING AREA STANDARD


The learner demonstrates an understanding of basic concepts and processes in
music and art through appreciation, analysis and performance for his/her self-
development, celebration of his/her Filipino cultural identity and diversity, and
expansion of his/her world vision.

KEY - STAGE STANDARD


The learner demonstrates understanding of salient features of music and art of the
Philippines and the world, through appreciation, analysis, and performance, for self-
development, the celebration of Filipino cultural identity and diversity, and the
expansion of one’s world vision.

GRADE LEVEL STANDARD


The learner demonstrates understanding of salient features of Western music and
the arts from different historical periods, through appreciation, analysis, and
performance for self-development, the celebration of Filipino cultural identity and
diversity, and the expansion of one’s world vision.

CONTENT STANDARD
The learner demonstrates understanding of the characteristic features of the music
of the medieval, the renaissance and the baroque periods.

PERFORMANCE STANDARD
The learner performs selected songs from the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque
periods.
• Chants
• Madrigals
• Excerpts from Oratorio
• Chorales
• Troubadour

OBJECTIVES:

At the end of this module, the learners are expected to:

➢ Listen perceptively to selected vocal and instrumental


music of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music.

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How to Learn from this Module
To achieve the objectives cited above, you are to do the following:
• Take your time reading the lessons carefully.
• Follow the directions and/or instructions in the activities and exercises diligently.
• Answer all the given tests and exercises.

Icons of this Module

What I Need to This part contains learning objectives that


Know are set for you to learn as you go along the
module.

What I know This is an assessment as to your level of


knowledge to the subject matter at hand,
meant specifically to gauge prior related
knowledge
What’s In This part connects previous lesson with that
of the current one.

What’s New An introduction of the new lesson through


various activities, before it will be presented
to you

What is It These are discussions of the activities as a


way to deepen your discovery and under-
standing of the concept.

What’s More These are follow-up activities that are in-


tended for you to practice further in order to
master the competencies.

What I Have Activities designed to process what you


Learned have learned from the lesson

What I can do These are tasks that are designed to show-


case your skills and knowledge gained, and
applied into real-life concerns and situations.

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What I Know

PRE-TEST
To assess what you know about the vocal and instrumental music of the Medieval,
Renaissance and Baroque Periods, answer the following:

IDENTIFICATION

DIRECTION: Write the correct answer on the space provided before the number.

____________________ 1.Monophonic plainchant named after Pope Gregory I.


____________________ 2.French word which means Rebirth, Revival or Rediscovery.
____________________ 3Travelling secular performers from North of France.
____________________ 4.Portuguese word which means Pearl of Irregular Shape.
____________________ 5.A period known as Middle Ages or Dark Ages.
____________________ 6.A period known as the Golden Age of A Capella music.
____________________ 7.Prominent instrument during the Renaissance Period.
____________________ 8.Famous composer of the Medieval Period.
____________________ 9.Give at least one famous composer of the Renaissance Period.
____________________ 10.Give at least one famous composer of the Baroque Period.

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Vocal and Instrumental Music of
Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque
Lesson Periods
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What I Need to Know

Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the learners are expected to;

➢ Listen perceptively to selected vocal and instrumental music of Medieval,


Renaissance and Baroque music.

What’s In

In this module, you will be learning and listening perceptively to select vocal
and instrumental music of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque Periods,
particularly the compositions and sample music of the composers in these periods. Medieval
Period’s Adam De La Halle, Renaissance Period’s Giovanni Pierluigi Da Palestrina and
Thomas Morley and Baroque Period’s Johann Sebastian Bach, Antonio Vivaldi and George
Friedrich Handel, respectively.

What’s New

ACTIVITY 2. “YOU GOT ME FEELING EMOTIONS” – LISTENING ACTIVITY

Instructions: The teacher will play sample music from the Medieval, Renaissance and
Baroque Periods. The learners will then identify the mood of the song or how they feel about
each of the songs. The teacher will encourage the learners to give as many adjectives to
describe how they feel about it.

SONG 1: Deum Verum – Gregorian Chant


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kK5AohCMX0U&t=26s
SONG 2: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 – Johann Sebastian Bach
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xq2WTXtKurk
SONG 3: Spring – Antonio Vivaldi
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFWQgxXM_b8

REFLECTION:
1. Which music were you familiar with? Where did you hear it before?
2. How were you able to come up with the words that describe the song just by listening to
it?

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What Is It

MUSIC OF THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD (700-1400)

The Medieval period was also known as Middle Ages or “Dark


Ages” which started with the fall of the Roman Empire. During this era, the
Christian Church was greatly influenced by Europe’s culture and political
affairs.
A monophonic plainchant known as Gregorian Chant was named
after Pope Gregory I, who made this an approved music of the Catholic
Church. Pope Gregory’s action made these monophonic plainchants
popular during the period. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1e/Pope_Gregory_I_illustration.jpg

MUSIC OF THE RENAISSANCE PERIOD (1400 – 1600)

The term Renaissance came from the word renaitre which means
“rebirth”,“revival”, and “rediscovery”.
With the emergence of the bourgeois class, renaissance music became
more popular as entertainment and activity for amateurs and the
educated.
Though sacred music was still of great importance, secular music
became more popular in this period. Renaissance period was also known
as the “golden age” of a capella choral music.
.
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bartolomeo_Veneto_Woman_playing_a_lute.jpg

MUSIC OF THE BAROQUE PERIOD (1685 – 1750)

Composers during this period were George Friedrich Handel,


Johann Sebastian Bach, Claudio Monteverdi, and Antonio Vivaldi.
During this time, the arts highlighted grandiose and elaborate
ornamentation which were clearly seen in the musical compositions
created by Baroque composers.
New instrumental techniques, changes in musical notation and the
major and minor tonality were also applied in this era. A lot of the musical
terms and concepts that evolved in this era are still used in music of today.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chamber_music#/media/File:HaydnPlaying.jpg

PROCESS QUESTIONS:
1. What was the relevance of Pope Gregory I during the Medieval period? How was the
music being presented in the period
2. What happened during the Renaissance period? How was the music like in the period
3. What was the role of the composers during the Baroque period? How was the music
evolved in the era?

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What’s More
ACTIVITY 3. “HOW FAR DO YOU KNOW” – LISTENING ACTIVITY
Instructions: Given the distinct characters of the music of the Medieval, Renaissance and
Baroque periods in the discussion, the teacher will test the listening skills of the learners.
Using the same songs in the previous activity, the teacher will randomly play a song from
each period. The learners will then try to identify or recognise whether the song is from
Medieval, Renaissance or Baroque period.

REFLECTION:
1. How were you able to identify which period does each song represent?
2. What other characteristics were you able to recognize while listening to the sample music
of each period?
3. Which of the periods do you like most? Why?

What I Have Learned

Activity 1: “Describe Me”


Instruction: Based on the vocal and instrumental music you have listened, describe the
musical characteristics of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music.

Period Vocal Instrumental

Medieval

Renaissance

Baroque

What I Can Do

ACTIVITY 5. “PAINT ME HOW YOU FEEL”

Instructions: The learners will listen to a sample music of Vivaldi’s “Spring”. Listen
perceptively and try to feel the emotions of the song. Listen to the song repeatedly and
create an artwork inspired by the sample music and paint or draw and color how you feel.

MATERIALS: Pencil for sketching, Long Bond Paper, Coloring Materials (crayons, color
pencil, coloring pen, etc.)
NOTE:
For ONLINE Learners, click the link below for your Individual Assessment:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFWQgxXM_b8
For OFFLINE Learners, click the link above and download the song on your phone or save it
in a USB to do the activity. Or you can arrange with your teacher to have the song listened
repeatedly so you can brainstorm ahead and be able do the activity at home

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Summary

The first three periods of Western Music History are classified as Medieval,
Renaissance, and Baroque. Each period has its distinctive characteristics, historical
and cultural background.

A type of music from the Medieval Era is Gregorian Chant, which was mainly
used in the early Christian church.

Music during the Renaissance Period became an important leisure activity.


Members of the upper class were expected to have received musical training.
Imitative polyphony is the distinctive characteristic of Renaissance music.

The Baroque Period is characterized by grand and elaborate ornamentation of


sculptures, theaters, arts and music. The music genres which flourished during the
Baroque Period were the Concerto, the Fugue, the Oratorio and the Chorale.

Music evolved alongside with man’s constant quest for growth and
development.

Assessment: (Post-Test)

IDENTIFICATION.

Write the correct answer on the space provided before the number.

____________________ 1. Monophonic plainchant named after Pope Gregory I.

____________________ 2. French word which means Rebirth, Revival or Rediscovery.

____________________ 3. Travelling secular performers from North of France.

____________________ 4. Portuguese word which means Pearl of Irregular Shape.

____________________ 5. A period known as Middle Ages or Dark Ages.

____________________ 6. A period known as the Golden Age of A Capella music.

____________________ 7. Prominent instrument during the Renaissance Period.

____________________ 8. Famous composer of the Medieval Period.

____________________ 9. Give at least one famous composer of the Renaissance Period.

____________________ 10. Give at least one famous composer of the Baroque Period.

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Key to Answers

PRE-TEST / POST TEST


IDENTIFICATION
1. Gregorian Chant
2. Renaitre
3. Troubadours
4. Barroco
5. Medieval
6. Renaissance
7. Lute
8. De La Halle
9. Palestrina or Morley
10. Bach, Vivaldi or Handel

ACTIVITY 3. “HOW FAR DO YOU KNOW”

1. RENAISSANCE
2. BAROQUE
3. MEDIEVAL
4. BAROQUE
5. RENAISSANCE

ACTIVITY 4: “CHECK PLEASE”

MEDIEVAL RENAISSANCE BAROQUE


SONG

1. Fire, Fire, My Heart


(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ydX12STA9s)

2. Deum Verum
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kK5AohCMX0U&t=26s)

3. Hallelujah Chorus
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usfiAsWR4Qu)

4. April Is In My Mistress Face


(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiOWQzRHmbI)

5. Fugue In G Minor
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhRa3Redozw)

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References

A. BOOKS
MUSIC & ARTS Learner’s Material for Music and Arts (Grade 9) First Edition
2014 – Department of Education, Philippines

B. WEBSITE
https://www.britannica.com/art/musical-performance

C. SUGGESTED LISTENING RESOURCES


Etienne de Liege, Deum Verum – Gregorian Chant
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kK5AohCMX0U&t=26s
Thomas Morley, Fire, Fire, My Heart
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ydX12STA9s
Thomas Morley, April Is In My Mistress Face
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiOWQzRHmbI
J.S. Bach, Brandenburg Concerto No. 3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xq2WTXtKurk
A. Vivaldi, Spring
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFWQgxXM_b8
G.F. Handel, Hallelujah Chorus
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usfiAsWR4qU
J.S. Bach, Fugue In G Minor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhRa3REdozw

D. CLIP ARTS AND IMAGES


https://bnhstheatre1.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/adam-de-la-halle.jpg
https://www.thinglink.com/scene/713018751536070657
https://i2.wp.com/www.le-lab.info/cdac/sites/le-lab.info.cdac/files/painting2.jpg
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6a/Johann_Sebastian_Bach.jpg
https://www.britannica.com/biography/Antonio-Vivaldi
https://www.onthisday.com/people/george-frideric-handel
https://www.123rf.com/photo_28035961_stock-vector-music-notes-on-a-stave-or-
staff-consisting-of-five-lines-curving-into-the-distance-with-diminishing-.html
https://freesvg.org/musical-notes-vector-illustration10628
https://pixabay.com/vectors/cranium-head-human-male-man-3445434/
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Gregorian_legend.png

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