Humanism In The Middle Ages

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The phrase Middle Ages refers to the period of European history spanning 450-1450. The Renaissance may be described as an age of | exploration and adventure. | | the "rebirth" of human creativity. | | curiosity and individualism. | | All answers are correct. | The intellectual movement called humanism focused on human life and its accomplishments. Which of the following statements is not true of humanism?The humanists were basically atheistic in their beliefs. In the Middle Ages, most important musicians were priests. A virtual monopoly on learning during the Middle Ages was held by monks in monasteries. Church officials expected monks to sing with proper pronunciation and tone quality. The use of organs in church…show more content…
| | Minnesingers. | | trouveres. | | troubadours. | "Caro OrtoLano" by Giorgio Mainerio, was unique in that is was a sacred instrumental procession. The dominant intellectual movement of the Renaissance was called humanism. During the Middle Ages, women were not permitted to sing in church. The church frowned on instruments because of their earlier role in pagan rites. We know from paintings and literary descriptions of the Middle Ages that instruments were used. Gregorian chant | is set to sacred Latin texts. | | All answers are correct. | | was the official music of the Roman Catholic church for more than 1,000 years. | | retained some elements of the Jewish synagogue of the first centuries after Christ. | Gregorian chant is seldom heard today because | it is too old-fashioned for modern services. | | the Second Vatican Council of 1962-65 decreed the use of the vernacular in church services. | | All answers are correct. | | it is very difficult to sing, and those who know how are dying out. | The earliest surviving chant manuscripts date from about the ___ninth____
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