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chapter 27 humanities

Who originally coined the term “Romanticism” Friedrich von Schegel What were the Romantic artists reaction against? Neoclassicism’s order, control and balance What view of the world did the Romantics view? Subjective Experience Why did the night appeal to the Romantics more than the day? Less Knowable Why was the natural world Romantic poetry’s primary subject?…

MUS 1751.26, Twentieth Century & Beyond, Test 4

In music, the early twentieth century was a time of revolt and change A chord made up of tones only half a step or a whole step apart is know as tone cluster Striking a group of adjacent keys on a piano with the fist or forearm will result in tone cluster Composers from which…

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The Renaissance saw the rise of amateur musicians and home music-making. True Of the following, which is NOT a major literary landmark of the Middle Ages? Cervantes’s Don Quixote The early exploration of the New World took place during the Renaissance. True Of the following, which does NOT represent the thinking of the Renaissance? an…

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ROMANTIC POETS: KEATS (1795-1821)

None of these—Shelley, Keats, or Byron—died in England. True Keats avoided forming dogmatic opinions. True Keats eventually gave up a medical career for one in literature. True Keats wrote his best poetry before 1818. Flase Keats died in Rome. True Check each of the following characteristics of Keats’s poetry that is not also a typical…

Music Chapter 30-40

A song form in which the same melody is repeated for each stanza, often heard in popular music, is known as: modified strophic form strophic form through-composed form b A song form that is composed from beginning to end without repetitions of whole sections is called: through-composed form strophic form modified strophic form a A…

Haiku and Romantic poetry

Read the haiku by basho. Awake at night, The lamp low, The oil freezing The carefully selected words in this haiku create a? A. Distressed mood B. Cautious mood C. Contemplative mood D. Regretful mood NOT B NOT B What line of poetry best imparts a reflective mood? As the heavy snow falls, the geese…

The Odyssey and Epic Poetry: An Introduction, Part 1

Which elements are best known for helping performers memorize an epic poem? rhyme, rhythm, and repetition of certain words Based on this passage of The Odyssey, one can conclude that the ancient Greeks greatly valued . bravery Read the excerpt from The Odyssey. My home is on the peaked sea-mark of Ithaca under Mount Neion’s…

Haiku and Romantic Poetry Quiz

Read the haiku. Each tree in the yard Announces its vigor With buds on each branch. What is the kigo in this haiku? buds Read the haiku by Bashō. A crow has settled on a bare branch— autumn evening. What is the kigo in this haiku? autumn Which line of poetry best imparts a sorrowful…

Survey of Music

A scale comprised entirely of half steps is called a ____ scale Chromatic An interval smaller than a half step is called a: Microtone The key of a piece is determined: By the scale used When a composer shifts the pitch level of an entire work, it is called: Transportation The sign that indicates a…

2. romantic and victorian poetry

One type of revolution that is not directly linked to the Romantic movement in England is a religious revolution Lyrical Ballads was first published in 1798 The author of the Preface to Lyrical Ballads is William Wordsworth Romantic poetry is sometimes criticized because it is too subjective Wordsworth’s theory is that poetry is the spontaneous…

Percy Bysshe Shelley "A Defence of Poetry" 1821

imagination the perception of value of the quantities of life: “reason is to the imagination as the instrument to the agent, as the body to the spirit, as the shadow to the substance” Aeolian harp man is the instrument over which imagination runs its fingers Poets as legislators neoplatonic – poets, because they see the…

ABEKA VOCABULARY, SPELLING, POETRY IV QUIZ 12A

spell each spoken word aerial spell each spoken word guarantee spell each spoken word lieutenant spell each spoken word sheik spell each spoken word sacrilegious spell each spoken word muscle spell each spoken word anoint spell each spoken word hydraulics spell each spoken word symmetrical spell each spoken word connoisseur emaciate to become or cause…

music ap

The relative highness or lowness of a sound is called pitch Dynamics in music refers to how loud or soft A symphonic band consists mainly of brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments Symphonic bands differ from symphonic orchestras in that they do not contain a string section The saxophone is a single reed woodwind instrument Which…

Literary Terminology A-Z (Poetry Words)

Metaphor A comparison or analogy stated in such a way as to imply that one object is another one, figuratively speaking. Metaphysical Poetry Highly intellectual poetry often focusing on a dramatic event, such as damnation, salvation, death, or love. Meter A recognizable though varying pattern of stressed syllables alternating with syllables of less stress. Metonymy…

english 4

!!! http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm Prefixes: a, ab- as- contra- e- in- inter- mal- pre- trans- Simple Meaning away, away from to, toward against out, forth, away into, within between bad, abnormal, inadequate before across Suffixes: -able, -ible -al, -ial -ate -ary -ion -ive -ian -or, -er Simple Meaning capable of, able to process, act of doing to…

American Lit online

What are examples of figurative language Anne Bradstreet chooses in order to communicate her themes? “mines of gold”; “two were one”; “heavens reward” Which examples of figurative language does Phillis Wheatley choose in order to communicate her themes? “num’rous nations sway”; “ev’ry evil fly” Write a paragraph in which you compare and contrast how the…

Elizabethan Poetry

allegory a story in which people, things, and happenings have another meaning anachronistic out of its proper historical time incongruities things or ideas that are not in agreement with each other or are not compatible patronage support or protection given by someone playwright a person who writes plays scaffold a temporary wooden stage secularized not…

Q&A: Mending Wall (Robert Frost)

Give the main idea of mending wall in one sentence. The main idea of Mending Walls is to tell us that walls cannot always be a good thing. They can protect you from trespasses, but at the same time, they make sure you avoid speaking to your neighbor. What is the literary form of the…

Ch. 36

German term for the art song: lied A song whose text is a short lyric poem in German with piano accompaniment is lied ________ was NOT an important composer of nineteenth-century Lieder. a. Heinrich Heine b. Robert Schumann c. Fanny Mendelssohn d. Franz Schubert Heinrich Heine The favorite Romantic poets of the composers of Lieder…

ABEKA VOCABULARY, SPELLING, POETRY IV QUIZ 4A

cordial warm and hearty; sincere; deeply felt hysterical emotionally wild emphatic expressed, felt, or done with emphasis turbulent violently disturbed or agitated choleric easily provoked to anger lucid easily understood sardonic showing scornful mockery or cynical derision convalescent gradually recovering health following sickness or injury malevolent wishing evil or harm toward others corporeal of the…

Music Appreciation Pt. 7

Composers in the twentieth century drew inspiration from all except: American marching band music The combination of two traditional chords sounding together is known as a polychord Among the unusual playing teechniques that were widely used during the twentieth century is the _____, a rapid slide up or down a scale. glissando Which of the…

Antithesis

Definition of Antithesis a poetic device, rhetorical contrast of ideas by means of parallel arrangement of words, clauses,or sentences meaning and example opposition; contrast “action, not words” Famous Modern Example- Neil Armstrong on the moon “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Alexander Pope’s An Essay on Man -Poems and Poetry Example…

Elements of Poetry /Prosody

Rhythm A musical quality produced by the repetition of stressed and unstressed syllables. A number of grammatical elements like rhymes, rhyme schemes, alliteration, consonance etc. together constitutes rhythm. Rhyme Repetition of similar sounds in two or more words. Metre The pattern of measured sound-units recurring more or less regularly in lines of verse. Quantitative metre…

Poetry PreTest 7th grade

What is a stanza? a fixed number of verse lines arranged in a definite metrical pattern, forming a unit of a poem What is rhyme? the repetition of the same or similar sounds in words that appear near each other in a poem What is end rhyme? similar sounding words that come at the ends…

Characteristics of Romantic Poetry

1 portrays or depicts an emotion 2 a. avoids overused expressions/words/ clichés b. only used when the subject prompts it to be used c. language of common people 3 revolves around the idea of the goodness of the natural man. man is good with nature but corrupt with industry 4 frequent use of the natural…

ABEKA VOCABULARY, SPELLING, POETRY IV QUIZ 9A

censure to express disapproval or condemnation divulge to reveal a secret; to make known enamor to inflame with love; to charm, fascinate feign to put on or give a false appearance of; to fabricate abate to lessen in force or intensity to be eaten away gradually, as by chemical action corrode to kidnap or unlawfully…

Robert Frost "The Road Not Taken"

Robert Frost Which poet wrote “The Road Not Taken”? end rhyme, alliteration, imagery, personification, rhyme scheme, symbolism Name 6 poetic devices found in “The Road Not Taken”. Line 1: Two roads diverged in a yellow wood. In what line of “The Road Not Taken” do we see imagery? A B A A B What is…

ch. 27 intro. to music

Schumann wrote his song cycle A Poet’s Love during his “year of song,” in which he wrote hundreds of Lieder and also married Clara Schumann. True The form of Schubert’s Lied Elfking is through-composed. True The song form that combines features of strophic and through-composed forms is called modified strophic. True ____________ is NOT an…

SOAPSTone Poetry Analysis

S Speaker O Occasion A Audience P Purpose S Subject Tone Author’s Attitude

Music Appreciation Pt. 6

Impartial in approach; reality rather than illusion classicism Aristocratic patronage of the arts classicism Emphasis on balance and clarity of structures classicism Emotional subjectivity; fantasy romanticism Interest in the strange and the unknown romanticism Wide range of emotional expression romanticism Nationalism romanticism Traditionalism; adherence to established methods classicism Enthusiasm for the culture of the Middle…

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