Question by Friday: How would gregorian chants enhanced the religious services of the medieval church?
I have search all over the internet and nothing comes up. Please help I have to write a paper and I just need some ideas to start the writing process.
Answer by Amanda
They are simple and repetitive, so maybe it allowed them to really focus on God instead of being distracted by loud noises of other types of music. Gregorian chant was meant to worship not entertain.
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Question by : I want to know the difference between gregorian plainchant and later developments in medieval church music?
I want to know the difference between gregorian plainchant and later developments in medieval church music!~ and how did it lead to polyphonic vocal music
Answer by Poppin’ Fresh
Good for you! I recommend a course in Music History.
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