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ch. 12 intro. to music

Hildegard of Bingen was a leader of the Notre Dame school of early polyphony. False Hildegard of Bingen wrote both the poetry and the music for Alleluia, O virga mediatrix. True Organum was freely composed, with no preexisting basis. False The modes served as the basis for European art music for less than one hundred…

MU 120 ch. 61-64

The early twentieth-century style that sought to revive certain principles and forms of earlier music was: neo-Classicism Which of the following composers would NOT have been emulated during the neo-Classical era? Wagner Which of the following genres was NOT favored by the neo-Classicists of the early twentieth century? the symphonic poem How did twentieth-century nationalism…

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…

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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…

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…

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…

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