Medieval Composers on Tinycards! 2.0
Hi!, Some months ago I made a similar post, saying that I created a Tinycard Deck about some of the greatest composers of the Medieval Era, well, now I've made Deck 2.0 this time with more composers from different times, including some that I forgot the last time, and some that I recently found investigating through different sources, mostly Wikipedia, this includes 2 parts, Part 1 is complete, while Part 2 is still under construction, as I want to include more transitional composers, and why not, even make a Renaissance Composers Deck too!
Here's the link for the Part 1: https://tinycards.duolingo.com/decks/3748be91-5ac9-4ebc-b607-a405a95ef225
And Here's the one for Part 2: https://tinycards.duolingo.com/decks/96f90cf7-b28f-4901-8a0f-431a0fd1e787
As I said, Part 2 is still under construction, so If you finish both decks, keep an eye on Part 2, cause I may include many composers.
And, if you just want to discover and enjoy some medieval music, here are some links to Medieval Music:
This is a collection of 7 videos thatis still under construction, there are composers from Early and Middle Medieval Era, but there are some composers of the Transitional Era that will be included someday.
This video includes 1 hour of Andalusian Medieval Music, performed by the Akrami Ensemble, Andalusian Music, is the mix of the Early Spanish Music left by the Visigoths in Early Medieval Era, with the Arabs, who brought many instruments still used today, like the guitar, if you guys didn't know, the word: "guitar", comes from andalusian arabic: قيثارة (qitara) and that word comes from greek: κιθάρα (kitara).