Test 3

Created Dec 11, 2012
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The most famous riot in music history occured in Paris in 1913 at the first performance of  1....
Igor Stravinsky's The rite of Spring
All of the following composers worked in the Early Years of the Twentieth Century Except  1....
Hector Berlioz
In the twentieth- century music 1. String players are sometimes called on to use the wood instead...
All answers are correct
The absence of key or tonality in a musical composition is know as 1. Polytonality  2...
Atonality 
The first significant atonal pieces were composed around 1908 by  1. Igor Stravinsky.  2...
Arnold Schoenberg
Impressionist painting and symbolist poetry as artistic movements originated in  1. Bohemia  2...
France
The most important impressionist composer was  1. Richard Wagner  2 Bela Bartok 3....
Claude Debussy
The term impressionist derived from a critic's derogatory reaction to impression: Sunrise,...
Claude Monet
The impressionist painters were particularly obsessed with portraying  1. Water 2 Religious...
Water
Debussy's music tends to  1. Sound Free and almost improvisational  2. Have a...
Sound free and almost improvisational 
In order to " drown the sense of tonality," Debussy 1. Turned to the medieval church...
All answers are correct
Rave's Borefo orgiginated as  1 piano 2 ballet 3 entrance 4 student
Ballet
Neoclassical compostins are characterized by  1. Forms and stylistic features of earlier...
Forms and stylistic features of earlier periods. 
Neoclassicism was a reaction against  1 Romanticism and impression 2. Humanism 3 Classicism 4...
Romanticism and impressionism 
The painter who designed the sets for stravinsky's pulcinella, and who went through a pharase...
Edvard Munch 
The famous riot in 1913 was caused by the first performance of stravinsky's ballet  1....
The Rite of Spring
Which of the following ballets is not from stravinsky's russian period?  1 The rite...
Pulcinella 
The twentieth- century artistic movement that stressed intense, subjective emotion was calledf 1...
expressionism. 
Expressionism as an artistic movement was largely centered in  1. The untied states  2...
Germany and Austria 
Expressionist Painters, writers, and composers used ___ to assualt and shock their audience  1...
Deliberate distortions 
Expressionist  composers  1. Contributed many patriotic songs to the war effort.  2...
Avoided tonality and traditional chord progressions. 
Alban Berg and Anton Webern were Arnold Schoenberg's  1. Teachers  2 Jealous...
Students
An errily expressive kind of declamation midway between song and speech, introduced durign...
Sprechstimme
The text of A survivor from Warsaw  1 Was written by schoenberg  2. Is partly based...
All answers are correct 
Shostakovich, Prokofiev and other leading Soviet composers  1 All enjoyed a trouble-free...
Werre periodically accused of following " the cult
After graduating from Yale, Charles Ives  1. Went into the insurance business  2...
went into the insurance business
Charles Ive's music contains elements of  1 Revival hymns and ragtime.  2 Patriotic...
all answers are correct
Putnam's camp, redding, connecticut, is a child's impression of  1 a summer camp  2...
A fourth of july picnic 
George Gershwin grew up in  1New york, new york 2 Charleston, South Carolina 3 Anatevka,...
New York, New York 
George Gerswin usually collaborated with the lyricist  1 Jerome Kern  2 Irving Berlin.  3...
Ira gershwin 
Porgy and Bess is an  1. Broadway musical 2 Popular song.  3 Rhapsody for piano 4....
Opera
Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue Opens with  1. a solo flute 2. The full orchestra 3 a...
a solo clarinet
Aaron Copland was born in  1. Brooklyn, New York 2 The Appalachian MOuntains  3 Anatevka,...
Brooklyn, New York 
Aaron Copland s name has become synonymous with American musci because of his use of  1...
All answers are correct. 
Which of the following works was not composed by Aaron Copland?  1 Appalachian Spring  2...
An american in paris 
Appalachian Spring originated as  1 program symphony.  2 song cycle 3 chamber opera 4...
ballet score
Copland depicted " scenes of daily activity for the Bride and her Farmer- husband: in...
Five variations on the shaker melody simple gifts. 
Alberto Ginastera, one of the most prominent Latin- American composers of the 20th century,...
Argentina
One of Ginastera's Early works, Estancia Suite, is  1 A twelve tone composition which...
Nationistic and uses argentinian folk material, including popular dances 
Twelve- tone compostional techniques used to organize rhythm, dynammic, tone color and other...
Seralism 
In chance, or aleatory music the composer  1 takes chance on which performers will perform...
chooses pitches, tone colors, and rhythms by random method
An example of aleatoric music  1 Arnold schoenberg's gurrelieder for orchestra. 2...
John Cage's Imaginary Landscape no. 4 for twelve radios 
Minimalist music is characterized by  1 the development of musical material through rnadom...
A stead pulse, clear tonality, and insistent repetition of short melodic patterns j
Intervals smaller than the half step are called 1 Quartertones 2 Tone clusters  3 Macrotones 4...
Microtones
Around 1940, John Cage invented the prepared piano, a  1 electronic keyboard capabel of...
Grand piano whose sound is altered by objects. 
Piazzolla Grew up in New York City but was born in  1. Argentina  2 Brazil 3 Italy.  4...
Argentina 
Phillip Glass's Einstein on the beach is an example of _____ music  1. Electronic  2...
Minimalist
Ellen Taffee Zwilich's Concerto Grosso 1985 is an example of  1 total serialism.  2...
quotation music 
John adam's Short ride in  a fast machine is scored for a  1 prepared piano 2mezzosoprano,...
large symphonic orchestra and two synthesizers
Ellen Taafe Zwilich is a  1 Pulizter prize - winning american composer.  2 concertizing...
pulizter prize- winning American composer


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