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THE CADENCE IN THE POLYPHONIC COMPOSITIONS
CADENTIAL STYL13S IN THE MUSIC OF FRANCE
CADENTIAL PRACTICES IN ITALIAN TRECENTO MUSIC
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14th century according to Formula according to Type appears appoggiatura approach Arnold de Lantins Ballades Bass and Tenor bass progressions Binchois Burgundian cadence Cadences according cadential formulas cadential styles cent Classification of Cadences classified according clausula Comparative Frequencies composers conductus consonance contrary motion dissonance dominant-tonic Dorian Dufay early 14th century fauxbourdon final cadence final sonority formula 4-5 Formula and Mode four-voice motets Frequencies of Bass gressions Group harmonic imperfect consonances Ionian Italian Iydian cadence Jacopo da Bologna Josquin des Pres Landini Leonin Lydian madrigal Magnus liber major 3rd major triad manuscript Mass melodic progressions minor 3rd Misc Motets before 1220 Obrecht occurs Ockeghem octave organa organum Perotin Phrygian plagal predominant cadence predominant formula principal cadences referred Roman de Fauvel sacred secondary cadences sectional cadence Secular Compositions secular music Table texture three-part compositions three-voice motets tonal Total two-part Type and Mode type Mode V-I types voice