Difference between revisions of "Category:Villancicos"

From ChoralWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
 
(3 intermediate revisions by 2 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
[http://www.mmxxy.com 热转印机]   
+
A term first applied in the late 15th century to an Iberian vernacular musical and poetic form consisting of several stanzas (coplas) framed by a refrain (estribillo) at the beginning and end, giving an overall ABBA structure. The number of stanzas varied, as did the number of times the estribillo was repeated between stanzas in performance. Originally derived from a medieval dance lyric of the virelai or ballata type and associated with rustic or popular themes, the villancico ("vilancete", in Portugal) was extensively cultivated in secular polyphonic music of the late 15th century and the 16th. In the second half of the 16th century devotional and religious themes gained in importance and the form became used increasingly for sacred compositions in the vernacular which were introduced into the liturgy on feast days. In the 17th century it became more important than the Latin motet, and although its artistic quality rapidly declined in the 18th and 19th centuries it remained popular in both Spain and Latin America. Since then "villancico" has come to mean simply "Christmas carol".
[http://www.jingaoda.com 有机玻璃]
+
 
[http://www.hzst.net.cn IBM服务器]
+
{{CatAZ}}
[http://www.hzst.net.cn Dell服务器]
+
 
[http://www.hzst.net.cn IBM服务器]
+
[[Category:Secular music| {{PAGENAME}}]]
[http://www.szjlit.com HP服务器]   
+
[[Category:Sacred music| {{PAGENAME}}]]
[http://www.szjlit.com CISCO交换机] 
 
[http://www.szjlit.com IBM服务器]
 
[http://www.szjlit.com/ibm.html]
 
[http://www.aca007.com 调查]         
 
[http://www.edu-embedded.com 单片机培训]   
 
[http://www.touch2008.com.cn 工控机]     
 
[http://www.x8x.org.cn 北京搬家]
 
[http://www.bjsflt.cn 北京搬家]
 
[http://www.cnghf.cn 会议服务]
 
[http://www.cnghf.cn 装饰装潢]
 
[http://www.cnghf.cn 展览制作]
 
[http://www.bj-hz.com 北京装潢公司]
 
[http://www.bj-hz.com 北京装饰公司]
 
[http://www.bj-hz.com 北京装修公司]
 
[http://www.bjhmay.com 北京月嫂]
 
[http://www.bjztlilo.com 门窗厂]
 
[http://www.fp98.com.cn 代开发票] 
 
[http://www.whstwl.com 北京物流] 
 
[http://www.x8x.org.cn 北京搬家] 
 
[http://www.bjztlilo.com 门窗厂]
 
[http://www.kangdabaojie.cn 北京保洁]   
 
[http://www.hple.com.cn自动门]
 
[http://www.fp98.com.cn 代开发票]
 
[http://www.bj-hqnh.com 北京汽车陪练] 
 
[http://www.gmstktwx.cn 空调维修] 
 
[http://www.bjwrkt.com 空调回收]
 
[http://www.bjhty.com 大金中央空调]
 
[http://www.bjhty.com 电地暖]
 
[http://www.bjhty.com 冷库]
 
[http://www.bjhty.com 格力中央空调]
 
[http://www.bjhty.com 约克中央空调]
 
[http://www.bjfmj.com 风幕机]  
 
[http://www.jkchangjiu.cn 劳保用品] 
 
[http://www.bjtxsd.com 北京物流公司]
 
[http://www.bjzhjt.com 机柜]
 
[http://www.bjzhjt.com 机柜]
 
[http://www.beizhong.com 电机修理] 
 
[http://www.khcoo.com 净化工程]
 
[http://www.bjhyzr.com 五粮液酒]
 
[http://www.bjjds.cn 燃气灶维修] [[Category:Secular_music]][[Category:Sacred_music]]
 

Latest revision as of 14:39, 15 November 2008

A term first applied in the late 15th century to an Iberian vernacular musical and poetic form consisting of several stanzas (coplas) framed by a refrain (estribillo) at the beginning and end, giving an overall ABBA structure. The number of stanzas varied, as did the number of times the estribillo was repeated between stanzas in performance. Originally derived from a medieval dance lyric of the virelai or ballata type and associated with rustic or popular themes, the villancico ("vilancete", in Portugal) was extensively cultivated in secular polyphonic music of the late 15th century and the 16th. In the second half of the 16th century devotional and religious themes gained in importance and the form became used increasingly for sacred compositions in the vernacular which were introduced into the liturgy on feast days. In the 17th century it became more important than the Latin motet, and although its artistic quality rapidly declined in the 18th and 19th centuries it remained popular in both Spain and Latin America. Since then "villancico" has come to mean simply "Christmas carol".

Pages in this category

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 395 total.

(previous page) (next page)

A

D

(previous page) (next page)