Medieval Area:

Pre-Romanesque, Romanesque and Gothic (10th-15th centuries)

During the Middle Ages the musical notation appears allowing the development of classical music. Between the 6th and the 11th centuries Christian clergymen devised writing systems for establishing and spreading liturgical music. From the 11th century Guido d'Arezzo's notation was also used to convey the troubadours' songs and allowed the development of early polyphony. The pilgrims who come from all over Europe to the grave of St. James turn Compostela and Galicia into "a shining star", a musical melting pot and the home of the troubadours.

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