The span of the Medieval Period.
He unified various chants, emphasized the importance of music in the Church, and strove to implement adequate performance throughout his empire.
The first surviving attempt to set up a system of rules for polyphony in western music.
A treatise on Medieval music that outlines singing and teaching practices for Gregorian chants.
She is the founder of scientific natural history in Germany
Composers and performers of Old Occitan lyric poetry.
The group of composers working at or near Notre Dame between 1160 and 1250. Leonin and Perotin are the most well known of this group.
A manuscript written in 1230 by two scribes on 119 sheets of parchment. It contains 254 poems and dramatic works.
A musical trestise written by Franco of Cologne that summarized a set of six rhythmic modes.
The first composer to completely compile his works.
Developed duple/"imperfect" meters in music.
Known for the Ladini Cadence.