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...does. With the Renaissance them in the Listen Series CD1 Track 7 “Ave maris stella” a song the was made by a renaissance artist who made the song which chants “Praise be to God the Father to Christ on high” as well still keep the same renaissance style. In baroque song Suite by Frescobaldi (tracks 20-23 in Listen Series CD 1) has the same the same type of stylized dances form as Renaissances’ song have in their music. These three genres had their own way in of produce their music but sometimes their way of producing it came out to be similar to the other genre.
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