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Chapter 62. New Sound Palettes: Mid-Twentieth Century American Experimentalists

What instruments accompany the voice in Crumb’s Caballito negro? piccolo metallic percussion In Caballito negro, Crumb requests his singers to sing without vibrato, with a _________ tone. white Who is the inventor of the “prepared piano”? john cage Which of the following describe John Cage’s Sonata V from Sonatas and Interludes? irregular phrases piano produces…

English - Poetry QUIZ'S

Quiz #1 1. onomatopoeia 2. alliteration 3. assonance 4. understatement 5. metonymy 6. personification 7. hyperbole 8. irony 9. metaphor 10. simile 1. imitation of natural sounds 2. repetition of initial consonant sounds 3. repetition of vowel sounds 4. saying less than is meant 5. a part representing the whole 6. attributing human characteristics to…

1N051 CDC Unit 3

(023) A well-planned route provides a high probability of mission ______ and ______. Success and survivability (023) During contingency operations, the ATO is published how often? Daily (023) For missions conducted during ________ operations, your unit will normally have some type of quality control measures to validate each mission plan. Contingency (024) Which charts will…

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1NX51 CDC Unit 1

(001) _________ provides methods and structure to the reasoning process to identify key areas of thinking for analysts to know where they are likely to go astray. Critical thinking (001) _______ facilitates objectivity through analysis Critical thinking (002) Which form of bias occurs when you attribute your intentions, actions, or reactions to another person or…

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Define pollution Humans’ addition of a substance to the biosphere at a rate that causes harm to the environment. Effects of combustion of fossil fuels Greenhouse gas emissions – climate changeAcid rain – respiratory diseases, harm to plants, aquatic organisms Effects of domestic waste EutrophicationLandfill (deforestation) Effects of industrial waste Poisoning (lead, mercury)Reduces solubility of…

Style in Poems by Rabindranath Tagore (Quiz)

A metaphor makes a comparison A. that is between two unlike things. What is the effect of the author’s use of apostrophe in the poem “85”? D. It engages readers by addressing them directly. What do you call language that appeals to the senses and creates an impression? imagery What is the effect of the…

World Literature (English 4)

“Subha” by Rabindranath Tagore Why is the girl’s name ironic? It means “sweetly speaking,” and the girl cannot speak. What does the passage reveal about gender roles in Esquivel’s culture? Women work in the kitchen to prepare meals but are humble about their work. Which archetype does Persephone exemplify in this poem? Ingénue “Women on…

Penn Foster Nonfiction

When does the Narrative of Sojourner Truth take place? Before the Civil War In “Life without Principle,” Thoreau writes, “I would have had him deal with his privatest experience, as the poet does.” What does this statement mean? People should speak from their hearts and say what’s on their minds What does Seattle say about…

Pt 1: Epic Poetry: Gilgamesh,

Part 1: Epic Poetry: Gilgamesh —– Which character from Gilgamesh: A New English Version is an example of a supernatural force who intervenes? Lord Shamash Which best defines the word repetition in epic poetry? the recurrence of words and phrases for a specific effect In Gilgamesh: A New English Version, Gilgamesh repeatedly has dreams and…

Music Appreciation (Baroque)

The vocal style in opera that imitates the natural infliction of speech is called: recitative It was through the musical innovations of the ______________ that opera was born Florentine Camerata The text of an opera is called: the libretto Who is best viewed as the first master of opera? Monteverdi A type of English entertainment…

Poetry -- Feet

Foot The unit of rhyme in verse Iamb A foot consisting of an unaccented syllable and an accented. It is the most common rhythm in English verse. Trochee A foot consisting of an accented and an unaccented syllable. Choree Obsolete equivalent of Trochee; now preserved only in Choriambus Spondee A foot composed of two accented…

Greek and Roman Theatre Terms

Hypokrite Greek term for an actor The Poetics Greek- writings of Aristotle about Theatre, most likely lecture notes Histriones Roman term for actors Ludi Roman- state sponsored festival honoring the gods. First introduction of theatre to Roman society. Horace Roman- leading lyric poet during the time of Augusta Thespis Greek- 1st person to step out…

combo

Of the following, which does NOT describe Romantic orchestral music? Composers produced more symphonies than their Classical-era counterparts. Of the following, which does NOT describe orchestras of the nineteenth century? The size of orchestras decreased, making for more compact ensembles. Solo musicians became stars in the Romantic era, idolized by the public. True Schubert was…

Quiz-Elegy written in a country churchyard

Similar to other elegies in that arises from The personal experience of the poet Which is the best paraphrase of the following lines? On some fond breast… Every dying person needs someone to mourn his or her passing Poetry in the romantic style reflects a concern for all of the following except Religion The central…

MUSH 101 PART 8

Of the following, which is NOT a subcategory of postmodern art? abstract expressionism Aleatoric music represents a move toward greater complexity. False Of the following, which does NOT describe postmodernism? It is a more radical form of modernism. What art movement drew themes from modern urban life, including machines, comic strips, and commercial advertisements? pop…

Elegy: Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard[QUIZ]

Which is the best paraphrase of the following lines? On some fond breast the parting soul relies, Some pious drops the closing eye requires . . . Every dying person needs someone to mourn his or her passing. What time of the day best describes the opening of the poem? dusk In this poem, Gray…

Introduction to Romanticism (Edgeunity)

A connotation is A. the literal meaning of a word. B. the dictionary definition of a word. C. the amount of rhythm in a word. D. the emotion or idea associated with a word. D. the emotion or idea associated with a word Read the excerpt from “To a Sky-Lark,” by William Wordsworth. Up with…

Baroque Period

A drama that is sung is called: an opera The vocal style in opera that imitates the natural inflections of speech is called: recitative It was thorough the musical innovations of the __ that opera was born. Florentine Camerata A highly emotional song in an opera is called an aria The orchestral introduction heard at…

Romantic Poetry

The questions of Romanticism 1. What can people learn from nature? 2. Is emotion stronger than reason? (Yes) 3. When is the ordinary extraordinary? 4. How does war change our values? Romantics were looking for truth and beauty The time period of the Romantic Era 1798-1832 Romanticism was during the Age of… Revolution Backdrop of…

Music Mid Term

The approximate dates of the Baroque period are: 1600-1750. Which of the following does NOT characterize the Baroque era? an age of freedom and democracy John Milton’s Paradise Lost is an epic poem expressing the views of: Protestantism Which best describes how Baroque musicians made a living? as servants to royalty or nobility as members…

art chp 11

Who painted The Glorification of Saint Ignatius for the Church of Sant’ Ignazio in Rome? Fra Andrea Pozzo Paintings that consist of three painted panels, such as The Annunciation [Mérode Altarpiece] by Robert Campin, are called? triptychs. Winslow Homer’s A Wall, Nassau was made using? watercolor washes Mummy Portrait of a Man was created using…

Enjoyment Music Chapter 44

Technically, avant-garde music is highly demanding. true In composing, Crumb uses techniques and instruments from various world musics. true Whose poetry did George Crumb set in his second book of madrigals Frederico George Crumb wrote his song cycle Ancient Voices of Children expressly for: Jan Soprano Cathy Berberian is known for: specializing in avant-garde singing….

Air Pollution

What sparked the environmental protection movement? Great London Smoke of 1952 Define Temperature Inversion A blanket of trapped air     Dangerous bc it traps pollution Define Foliar Injury Damage to plants because of air pollution/Smog What causes Acid Rain Sulfur & Nitrogen being released into the air. Normal PH of rain   PH of…

Air Pollution Flashcards

Carbon Monoxide A gas that comes from the burning of fossil fuels, mostly in cars. It cannot be seen or smelled. Nitrogen Dioxide A reddish-brown gas that comes from the burning of fossil fuels. It has a strong smell at high levels. Particulate Matter Solid or liquid matter that is suspended in the air Stratospheric…

WW1 Poetry

Break of Day in the Trenches- Isaac Rosenburg Rat is superior to man as they can travel between lines, not loyal to either side. Humanity foisted by rules and fixed ideas. Personifies time “Druid” “Inwardly grin” sardonic humour. “Haughty athletes” “whim” death by chance. “Sprawled in the bowels of the earth” hell, motherland damaged and…

Winter Poem Marie Ponsot

Line 1 I don’t know what to say to you, neighbor, Line 2 as you shovel snow from your part of our street Line 3 neat in your Greek black. I’ve waited for Line 4 chance to find words; now, by chance, we meet. Line 5 We took our boys to the same kindergarten, Line…

William Carlos Williams, "Contemporania"

The exclamation point in line 8 reveals (A) the speaker’s dismay (B) the leaves’ points of view (C) the farmer’s hatred (D) the greatness of the rain (E) the evil of the rain’s curse (D) the greatness of the rain When the speaker says, “The leaves and I,/ Framing devices, flower devices” (15), he means…

Viewpoint in I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings: By Linda J

In “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,” Marguerite is like the caged bird in the poem “The Caged Bird” because she feels Trapped What is the most likely reason author Maya Angelou included this passage? to explain her viewpoint on the wonders of reading Which phrase from the passage most helps the reader to…

Voices and Viewpoints Poems by Stephen Crane k12 Wiva American Literature

Lesson Introduction: Poems by Stephen Crane Stephen Crane was one of the most prominent literary naturalists of the late 1800s. In this lesson, you will learn about naturalism and examine the language and themes of several poems written by Stephen Crane. Before You Read: Poems by Stephen Crane Before you begin reading the poetry of…

Victorian Age Unit Review

What are the dates of the Victorian Age? 1833-1901 What is a positive aspect of this era? Negative? pos: technological advances neg: faith is threatened Name three characteristics of Victorian Literature. 1. empires crumble, 2. individuals are fragile and vulnerable, and 3. death awaits us What award/honor was given to Alfred Tennyson? became the Poet…

3S251 1-1

001. How do you identify work center requirements? Determine the task requirements of the work center and match them against the skills and knowledge of the individuals assigned to the work center. 001. What does identifying work center requirements provide? Information that is needed to design, develop and implement effective cost-efficient training programs that meet…

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…

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?…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

7th Grade 4th Exam

Who is the author of An American Childhood? Annie Dillard Who is the author of An Hour with Abuelo? Judith Ortiz Cofer Who is the author of The White Umbrella? Gish Jen Who is the author of The Golden Kite, Silver Wind? Ray Bradbury Who is the author of A Defenseless Creature? Neil Simon What…

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…

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…

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…

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