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The vast majority of surviving '''instrumental music''' from the [[Middle Ages]] and [[Renaissance]] was intended to accompany [[singer]]s or [[dance]]rs. Instrumental music for its own sake, common in the [[Baroque]] and Classical eras, is all but unknown for earlier time periods.
 
The vast majority of surviving '''instrumental music''' from the [[Middle Ages]] and [[Renaissance]] was intended to accompany [[singer]]s or [[dance]]rs. Instrumental music for its own sake, common in the [[Baroque]] and Classical eras, is all but unknown for earlier time periods.
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[[Music in abc notation]]
   
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Revision as of 22:17, 7 April 2007

The vast majority of surviving instrumental music from the Middle Ages and Renaissance was intended to accompany singers or dancers. Instrumental music for its own sake, common in the Baroque and Classical eras, is all but unknown for earlier time periods.

Music in abc notation

See Also

Dancebands and Musicians