Save Status:
or to save your progress. The page will not refresh.
Controls:
SPACEBAR SWITCHES TYPING DIRECTION
Answer Key:
Edit a Copy:
Make Your Own:
Crossword Word Search Worksheet
Rate This Puzzle:
Log in or sign up to rate this puzzle.

Renaissance Vocabulary

Teacher: Alan
Across
A secular composition for several voices.
Choral music without instrumental accompaniment.
The dominant intellectual movement of the Renaissance, focusing on human life.
Leader of the Protestant Reformation.
Musical representation of specific poetic images. (two words)
A polyphonic choral work set to a sacred Latin text other than that of the mass.
Term used to describe the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in Europe meaning "rebirth."
Typically composed and sung in the courts of the dukes. Consisted generally of three voices, with one or both of the two lower voices being played by instruments.
Down
A plucked, string instrument shaped like a half pear.
A type of music in which two or more groups of voices or instruments alternate with one another
Mass for the dead.
Pitting one melody against another.
A term meaning, 'new art', that described the changes of Italian and French music in the fourteenth century.
A sacred choral composition made up of five sections: Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei