- Polyphony flourished in the musical culture of the Renaissance.
- Pythagoras was the first to describe the nature of sound and our relationship to it.
- Holy Rosary Parish where Samuel performs.
- Example of sheet music composed in the middle ages.
- Gregorian chant and polyphony were best expressed as they reverberated in the awesome volume of the great cathedrals of Europe.
[00:02:30] Samuels on his work
[00:05:16] How did music change from antiquity to the Middle Ages?
[00:05:50] Dr. Kenneth Clark - Civilization - more
[00:08:04] Pythagoras - sound exists in proportion - more
[00:11:28] How did music change pre and post polyphony?
[00:13:20] The miracle of christianity
[00:16:00] How did the incarnation change music?
[00:17:27] Christopher west quote
[00:18:56] Who is the Michael jordan of music?
[00:22:13] Samuel's favorite band
[00:23:29] On Music and memory
[00:30:10] Chant inspired everything
[00:36:14] Architecture, music and memory in liturgy
[00:40:23] Mosquito truck
[00:42:02] Anamnesis - more
[00:46:00] Music and identity
[00:47:45] Contact for samuel
Lord Kenneth Clark Civilization series - get it here
Example of polyphonic signing - listen
Another example of polyphonic singing - listen
George Orwell on Chartres Cathedral - It's just cool - watch
Samuel's program - find it here