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Part 5: Music

Strophic Song form where the same melody is repeated with every stanza of text: Through-composed A song structure that is composed from beginning to end without repetition of whole sections is called: Modified strophic Song form where the main melody is repeated for two or three stanzas but has a new or significantly varies material…

English Unit 5 Quiz 3

All sonnets have fourteen lines. a. True b. False a The climax of Hamlet is Ophelia’s death. a. True b. False b The philosophy of Romanticism manifested itself in a concern for the rights and dignity of the individual. a. True b. False a Wordsworth and Coleridge were identical in their personalities and poetic styles….

UNIT TEST #5

Read the poem. Instruments poised, chins high Not a blink, nor a sigh As every eye awaits her hand To cue the members of the band. What is the poem’s rhyme scheme? aabb Read the paragraph from The Hot Zone. There was not a uniform in the group, although a few members of the ambulance…

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Unit 9 Pretest

1. in Romantic literature, belief in the innate goodness of one unexposed to the corrupt influence of civilization 2. Rime of the Ancient Mariner, “Kubla Khan,” Biographia Literaria + 3. Hard Times, Great Expectations, A Tale of Two Cities 4. Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, Don Juan 5. definition of poetry: “the spontaneous overflow of powerful emotions…

Stress Theory RATs

The Yerkes-Dodson principle suggests that: after a certain point, stress can impede one’s performance/health. & there is an optimal stress level that promotes performance. This factor(s), above all else, determines one’s degree of stress: One’s perception or interpretation “Stress” was once labeled a global epidemic, but today experts now compare stress to: The Black death…

Children's Literature (Final)

When writing modern fantasy authors… Alter on or more characteristics of known reality What is a requirement of settings in modern fantasy? All of the above Which of the following is not usually a theme of modern fantasy? The value of facts and information What is a major difference between myths and modern fantasy? People…

Poetry Test (questions and answers)

The person talking in a poem, which is not always the poet, is called the _______________ . speaker The attitude the author conveys in a poem is known as _______________ . tone Traditional pattern applied to an entire poem is a/an _______________ . … The arrangement of stressed and unstressed syllables creates_______________ . Rhythm The…

English unit 4 study guide

Who wrote “On First Looking Into Chapman’s Homer”, “When I have Fears That I May Cease to Be”, “Ode to a Nightingale”, and “Ode on a Grecian Urn”? John Keats Who wrote “Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey?”, “The World is Too Much with Us”, and “London, 1802”? William Wordsworth Who wrote “She…

Music Exam Questions: Baroque Era

Drama that is sung is called… an opera The vocal style in opera that imitates the natural inflection of speech is… recitative Opera was born through the musical innovation of… Florentine Camerata A highly emotional song in an opera is called… an aria The orchestral introduction heard at the beginning of an opera is called……

Birmingham Church Bombing

When was the bombing? 10:22 am Sept. 15 1963 What was special about the 16th St. Baptist Church? First colored church in Birmingham, Alabama How did the terrorists attack the church? They planted 15 sticks of dynamite under the front steps What group of terrorists did this and when we’re they formed? Ku Klux Klan…

Latina Poetry as an Expression of Cultural Heritage

How does the repetition of the phrase “I am not” help to establish the author’s tone? It expresses a confidence in her identity of mixed heritage. Which excerpt from “Child of the Americas” contains imagery that expresses how language becomes part of the speaker’s physical identity? Spanish is in my flesh, ripples from my tongue,…

Music Unit 2

False The early Christian church had very little power in Europe during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. True The Middle Ages span nearly one thousand years. False The art and literature of Ancient Greece and Rome was of little interest to artists and writers in the Renaissance. True Our understanding of the musical culture…

Anglo-Saxon Literary Devices

Alliteration joining of two or more words that start with the same letter Assonance reseblance of sounds (book, foot, hood) Caesura a break near the middle of a verse Epithet word or phrase applied to a person to describe them (characteristic) – Dan the Indifferent, Alfred the Great Hyperbole extreme exaggeration Kenning phrase used for…

Romantic Flash Cards

A song form in which the same melody is repeated with every stanza of text is called: strophic a song structure that is composed from beginning to end without repetition of whole sections is called: through-composed a song form where the main melody is repeated for two or three stanzas but has new or significantly…

Humanities 202 Midterm

The term that most accurately describes Parimigianino’s Madonna of the Long Neck is Mannerist The founding figure of the Society of Jesus was Layola One of the most influential Baroque artists was_, the designer of the piazza in front of St. Peter’s Basilica Bernini Italian baroque churches are characterized by all of the following except…

Poetry: "Tattoo" by Gregg Shapiro

Read the line below from the poem “Tattoo” by Gregg Shapiro and answer the question that follows. his bone-crushing hugs Which poetic technique does Shapiro use in this line? b The speaker’s father in the poem “Tattoo” by Gregg Shapiro frustrates the speaker with his __________ regarding the past. d Read the line below from…

Humanities (Test 1)

The social mobility of the fourteenth century was made possible largely by the Black Death The English Lollards were the lay followers and successors of which late medieval theologian? John Wycliffe As the definition and identity of the nobility became less clear after the plague, nobility increasingly was demonstrated by one’s lifestyle. Humanists believed that…

Fixed Form Poetry Vocabulary

poetry written in lines; also called VERSE Ex: to be, not not to be.. prose Written or spoken language in its ordinary form, without metrical structure. Ex: “the woods look lovely against the setting darkness…” meter An arranged pattern of rhythm in a line of verse or the pattern of beats that combine to form…

Art Final

Winslow Homer’s A Wall, nassau was made using? water color, pencil on paper Mummy Portrait of a Man was created using what medium? ecostic on wood the bodhisattva painted with the technique of fresco secco is remarkable because it became the wall where is the focal point in Giott’s Lamination? Christs face A traditional ground…

Western Civ 9

France The gothic style of architecture emerged and was perfected in bread the basic staple of the peasant diet was Yes and No Peter Abelard’s most famous work was the wide use of classical columns on Greek models Gothic cathedrals seem to soar upward as light and airy constructions due to all of the following…

Old Testament Test 2 Part 2

Which historical books has an individual as its focus? Esther What is the common perspective of the Books of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther? interest in God’s continued blessing on the covenant communtiy What is not a basic reason for studying the Books of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther together? They continue the history of God’s people…

Poetry Terms Quizlet

Ballad Narrative poem that uses refrain and is often set to music. Second and fourth lines in the stanzas rhyme. They are often about lurid love gone wrong, or about an important historical event. These poems became popular as protest songs in the 20th century. Villanelle A poem with five tercets and a quatrain that…

Chapters 19-26 Old Testament

Parallelism What is the most important feature of the Hebrew Poetry? Ugaritic Hebrew Poetry is most similar to poetry written in? Ugaritis Scholars have learned a lot about the polytheistic ancient Near East from a study of poetry written by the? Common literary characteristic of Hebrew poetry that involves a repetition of the same thought…

Music App Prelude 3 Chapter 16

Recitative Vocal style in opera; natural inflection of speech Opera Drama that is sung throughout Overture Orchestral introduction heard at the beginning of opera Libretto Text in a opera is Monteverdi Who is viewed as the first master of opera Florentine Camerata Musical innovation of what opera was born? Greek Myths Earliest operas took their…

negative mood words for poetry

Aggravated to make worse or more unpleasant; to annoy My mom was very aggravated when my dog ran through the house all muddy. annoyed to be somewhat angry about something I was annoyed when the teacher gave us three pages of homework over the weekend. Anxious causing or fraught with or showing anxiety My sister…

6 Elements of an Epic Poem

Plot centers around a Hero of Unbelievable Stature The epic hero completes what everyone only attempts. In ancient epics, the hero often is either partially divine or at least protected by a god or God Involves deeds of superhuman strength and valor (bravery) accomplishes feats (achievements) no real human could Vast Setting The action spans…

Early Japanese and Korean Civilizations

What was the biggest difference between the Chinese influence on Japan and the Chinese influence on Korea? Japan invited collaboration with China, while Korea was conquered by China. The Chinese-Japanese relationship began with trade. An important aspect of the Shinto religion is the presence of shrines. What is a similarity between Japanese and Chinese religious…

Week 3 Quiz

During the seventeenth century, women who desired a public voice through music often joined a: convent The canticle of Mary is generally known as the: Magnificat During which service does the Magnificat occur? Vespers The prayer of praise at the end of the Magnificat is called the: doxology What service(s) did Chiara Margarita Cozzolani provide…

Music Appreciation Part 2

The composer-poet of the Ars Nova Machaut Medieval instruments can be classified as bas or haut, meaning: soft or loud The character of Farmers’s Fair Phyllis is pastoral and light Renaissance music vs medieval music has fuller harmonies performed a cappella and has smoothly gliding lines what did secular music bring to court life supplied…

APWH Chapter 11- East Asian Rimlands

The four Japanese islands are C. Shikoku, Kyushu, Hokkaido, and Honshu In regard to the environment of Japan, it can be said that B. it has a temperate climate. Which of the following is true of the Japanese islands? D. Its location in regard to the Asian and Pacific tectonic plates causes it to be…

Romantic

The composer whose career was a model for many romantic composers was Ludwig van Beethoven. The Erlking, in Schubert’s song of that name, is a romantic personification of death. Until the age of thirty-six, Franz Liszt toured Europe as a virtuoso All answers are correct. pianist. cellist. conductor. pianist. Schubert’s primary source of income came…

Unit 1: The Anglo-Saxon Period: 449-1066

Lesson 1 The Anglo-Saxon Period Unit Intro Anglo-Saxon Period lasted from the middle of the 5th century through the Norman conquest in AD 1066 449 AD England was invaded by Germanic warrior tribes from Europe (Anglo, Saxons, Jutes) 1066 AD settled and ruled until Norman invasion Beowulf epic narrative poem beginning in oral tradition but…

Poetry: "Exile" by Julia Alvarez

Read the excerpt below from the poem “Exile” by Julia Alvarez and answer the question that follows. Or like, Papi, two swimmers looking down at the quiet surface of our island waters, seeing their faces right before plunging in, eager, afraid, not yet sure of the outcome. Which literary device does the stanza use to…

MUSICHAP18

Where was Purcell employed when he wrote Dido and Aeneas? a) He was a court composer. b) He was a church organist. c) He was a music teacher in a girls’ school. c) He was a music teacher in a girls’ school. Which best describes the overall form of the aria “Rejoice greatly”? a) binary…

AP Lit: Poetry Time Periods and Movements

From Homer Narrative Poetry. Epic Adventures English Renaissance 1500-1650 English Renaissance William Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, Ben Johnson, Sir Walter Raleigh, Francis Bacon English Renaissance Renewal; Promotion of Arts; Sonnet is very popular; Also lyrical and pastoral; Themes= love, religion Metaphysical Poets 1630-1700 Metaphysical Poets John Donne, Andrew Marvell, John Milton, George Herbet Metaphysical Poets Philosophy…

Chapter 4 test review

sound effect Onomatopoeia is a(n) _____. exaggeration Hyperbole is _____. sonnets Elizabeth Barrett Browning is best known for her _____. clerihew aabb rhyme satirizing someone apostrophe addressed to something nonliving or nonhuman metonymy part for whole; whole for part assonance repetition of vowel sounds in accented syllables limerick anapestic comic verse form alliteration repetition of…

Chapter 3 Test Review

True The Romantic concept of imagination is that it refers to the synthetic action of the mind. t The Victorian Age is characterized by variety in thoughts and lifestyles. f The franchise remained an exclusive privilege of the aristocrats until 1867. Tennyson The Victorian whose poetry is characterized by ambivalence is love Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s…

Humanities chp 10-12

Why did early Buddhists believe portraying Buddha in art was impossible? He had passed to nirvana What is the goal of every Tibetan Mahayana Buddhist before crossing into paradise? To help others reach enlightenment Song painters valued landscape above other subjects because it embodied the principle behind all things in their belief system In the…

the odyssey and epic poetry

epic long narrative poem in an elevated style presenting characters of high position in adventures forming an organic whole through their relation to a central heroic figure and through their development of episodes important to the history of a nation or race. characteristics of epic poem(6) 1.the hero is of imposing stature, or of national…

week 15

In addition to the metaphysical debate of the piece The Unanswered Question by Charles Ives, the contrasts between the different instrument groups could also represent the conflict between old tonal music and new a-tonal music. to this excerpt from Charles Ives: The Unanswered Question. The brass instrument heard at the beginning and the end of…

Eng 11A Poetry/Age of Reason (Unit 1)

the iambic pentameter in “To His Excellency General Washington” an even ? rhythm the rhythm of “To His Excellency General Washington” complements the poem as? formal tribute What type of meter did the Revolutionary-era poets use? iambic Iambic meter in poetry imitates what style? classical powerful turbulence Enwrapp’d in tempest and a night of storms;…

Music Appreciation ch. 47-51

What name is given to the expansion and intensification of late Romantic trends? post-Romantic Which of the following is NOT a major figure in post-Romanticism? Brahms Which of the following operas is an example of exoticism? Madame Butterfly The late-Romantic Italian opera tradition was characterized by a movement toward realism, called: verismo With which operatic…

Humanities Final

Why did Jesus of Nazareth identify himself as the Messiah? He never made his claim, his followers did What promise became the foundation of Christian faith? Resurrection Which sect is associated with the Dead Sea Scrolls? Essenes Why is the Masads one of the most symbolic cities in all of Israel? Sacrifice of the Jews…

Music 16-20

opera a drama that is sung recitative the vocal style in opera that imitates the natural inflections of speech florentine camerata opera was born through the innovations of this aria a highly emotional sung in an opera overture orchestral introduction heard at the beginning of an opera libretto the text of an opera monteverdi the…

SKILLS LESSON: GENRES AND ARCHETYPAL SYMBOLS

When a writer wants to deliver a message in the most compact and forceful way possible, which genre is the most likely choice? drama poetry novel essay poetry What is an archetype? an object or person that stands for itself but also something beyond itself a character, object, or situation that recurs throughout literature and…

Part 1: Epic Poetry: Gilgamesh Quiz Complete

Read the excerpt from Gilgamesh: A New English Version. At four hundred miles they stopped to eat, at a thousand miles they pitched their camp. They had traveled for just three days and nights, a six weeks’ journey for ordinary men. When the sun was setting, they dug a well, they filled their waterskins with…

1.1 part 1: epic poetry: gilgamesh

which detail from Gilgamesh best illustrates a challenging journey the 2 men travel a thousand miles at a time before they stop for the night which detail from Gilgamesh best illustrates a courageous hero gilgamesh standing at edge of the cedar forest, ready to battle humbaba which statement best describes the effect of gilgamesh’s repeated…

Art True/False

True A musical note is the symbolic representation of a sound with pitch and duration true tone color is a property of pitch false the overall shape of a melody is called its range true melodies that move principally by small, connected intervals are conjunct true melodies that skip in disjointed intervals are disjunct true…

Music Appreciation: Romantic Period (Practice)

C Romanticism as a stylistic period in western art music, encompassed the years… A) 1600-1750 B) 1750-1820 C) 1820-1900 D) 1900-1950 B Which of the following is not characteristic of romanticism? A)A fascination with fantasy B)An emphasis on balance and clarity of structures C)An enthusiasm for the culture of the Middle Ages D)An interest in…

Part 3- The Baroque Era

true Absolute monarchy was the main form of European government during the Baroque, one important ruler being Louis XIV of France. true false false Artists such as Bernini and Rubens created works that demonstrate the absence of dramatic gestures in the Baroque era. true false true As musical instruments developed technically, the level of virtuosity…

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