Medieval Music and Instruments – A Guide to Celtic Music

The introduction of instruments in the Celtic culture began in the 5th century A.D when the collapse of the Roman Empire kickstarted the ‘Dark Ages’. It was during this time that Hun, Vandals, and Visigoths invaded Western Europe.

Polyphonic Music

Polyphonic music is music that is performed mainly by choirs. It was a prominent feature in church music. It is a type of vocal music that produces or involves many voices and sounds.

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Renaissance Instruments

Majority of musicians and music composers developed an affinity for playing string instruments such as the Harp and the Lute.

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Revival of Culture

Throughout the years following the creation of the Gregorian Chant, many individuals and groups banded together to create more music.

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