If church authorities regarded Palestrina’s masses as models of church music for centuries, why are they so seldom performed today? Think about how worship styles have changed since the Renaissance Period. They have changed a whole lot, believe me! During the Renaissance Period, musicians had to fight to harmonize and/or play musical instruments with church music. You may write about the work of Palestrina, but this is not simply a biography of him. Please remember to answer the actual question…..If church authorities regarded Palestrina’s masses as models of church music for centuries, why are they so seldom performed today? Please use the websites I have listed to help you with your completion of this assignment. (It has to do with how worship styles have changed from Palestrina’s lifetime).
Your work must be at least 150 words long and include a properly formatted citation at the bottom following the assignment. You do not need to have a works cited page. Just space down about three spaces after the end and put it there. Any assignment not including a citation will not receive over 90 points. Work with only a website address/URL will receive 92 points at the most. It is very important to give credit where credit is due, and not just cut and paste our work. This is the reason/for a source citation. Do not fret, there are detailed instructions about making a citation right below. It does not have to be absolutely perfect, but you do need to do the best you can. Any work from the “Assignment” category from Week 3 onward must have a citation to be eligible to receive a 100, the highest available score.
Here is some guidance about creating citations. (This is also found on the announcement board on the “landing page” for this course.
Citations are required for Assignments, (those under the “Assignment” tab).
How to create a citation: go to (this is a free service, so you will have to watch an ad every 48 hours to use the service).
Choose “create a citation”, then website, book or journal. If you are using a website, click “website”. You will then paste the website’s URL, (web address) into the citation maker. This is an example of a URL: This is not a complete citation. It is a website listing and you will not receive full credit for it. After placing the URL in the free citation maker, you should come out with something looking like this:
Walker, Karla. “Vivaldi’s Lesser-Known Legacy: Female Violin Virtuosos of 18th Century Venice.” Colorado Public Radio, Colorado Public Radio, 1 July 2019,
(All I did was copy and paste the URL into the citation maker, push “cite”, look over it on the next page, click “Create Citation” and I came up with what you see above). It is much more complete and what is required for full credit.
If you would like to use another free citation maker, please feel free to do so. Here is a link:


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