Choral

the term Choral originally designates into the Liturgie of the west church unanimous church music of the Gregorianik. In 14. Century is sive of cantus choralis ecclasticus the speech, whereby the adjective refers choralis to the implementing Schola. The Choralmusikdiffers in such a way from the Figuralmusik.

In 16. Century becomes in the Protestant linguistic usage the church song as cantus firmus, and/or. Melody as Choral designates. (Johann hitting a corner pool of broadcasting corporations, Michael Praetorius, Samuel Scheidt).

Starting from that 18. Century becomesthe classical church song altogether with melody and text as Choral understood. Thus also the Kantaten and Oratorien are called locking Strophe “Choral”.

Further organ working on of church song corroding, as well as occasionally free pieces of organ become with choralähnlichen topics like for example the three Choräle of César Franck “Choral” mentioned.

In 19. /20. Century the term also to a designation within the everyday music and designates a diatonische, rhythmically simple, homophon played melody movement, frequently of Blechbläsern. (Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Johannes Brahms, Anton Bruckner, Gustav of meals).

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