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Which of these composers used Asian musical scales, instruments and melodic motives in their work?
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Which of the following virtuoso composers also played guitar?
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The works of which composer are known for their brevity?
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Which of the following is a symphonic poem by Bedrich Smetana?
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Which of the following works contains a movement that features the clarinet and contrabassoon in “dialog”?
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Which composer wrote Scheherezade?
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Who is the composer of “Mephisto Waltz”?
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Which of the following was NOT true of Chopin?
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Staccato pertains to
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Who composed “Caprice No. 24 in a minor”?
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Which of the following works is an opera by Giuseppe Verdi?
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Which of the following is NOT true of Tchaikovsky?
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Melodies that move in this kind of motion are described in the text as easier for most people to sing.
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A famous oratorio composed by Mendelssohn is called:
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Which two terms are often used to describe adult male voices?
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Which of the following is not a tone poem or symphonic poem?
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Which of the following statements is most true of Stravinksy?
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Which of the following was a composer who was a native of Finland?
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Which of the following is not an opera by Puccini?
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Which of the following is true of the NBC orchestra?
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What creates the feeling of dissatisfaction when tonal music is shut off just before the end of a phrase?
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In which movement of Symphoni e Fantastique is the Eb Clarinet used to “wickedly transform”the idée fixe melody?
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Which of the following pieces is written for solo violin?
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Which of the following is a musical style inspired by French painting?
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Which of the following are nationalist composers who work used folk influences of their native Bohemia?
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Which two composers were child prodigies and had musically gifted sisters as well?
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Which piece is an instrumental retelling of stories from the Arabian nights?
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What is the name of the movement in the Lieutanant Kije suite that is often quoted in movies and other media for scenes with snow?
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There was a riot among the audience at the premiere of which of the following works ?
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Which of the following is true of the music of Gustav Mahler?
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Which great Romantic era composer is commonly considered one of the “Three B’s” of art music?
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Which statement best defines the term “program music”?
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Who composed the symphonic poem, Also Sprach Zarathustra?
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Of the following performers: Whose talent was attributed to demonic influence, perhaps as part of a carefully crafted image to intrique audiences?
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Which of the following is NOT a likely title for a work of program music?
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Which one of these programmatic works is set in ancient Egypt?
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To describe the distance between two pitches, we use the word
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Which of the following was known as a virtuoso on the violin?
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Which of the following statements is true of Felix Mendelssohn.
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A melodic climax is
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Which of the following is a tone poem by Mussorgsky?
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Which two terms often refer to voices of women and children?
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Which work of the Baroque Era was Mendelssohn credited with reviving?
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Which piece depicts through music the winding course of a river?
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Which statement best defines absolute music?
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Which range of dates corresponds to the Classic Period in musical style?
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Which list contains the composers we associate with the Viennese School of the 18th century?
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Which movement of Symphonie Fantastique uses solo English horn, answered by an off-stage oboe?
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Which of the following is true of Johannes Brahms?
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Choose the term that best fits the definition: “ the conclusion of harmonic conflict and tension, a shift from dissonant to consonant harmony.”
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Which of the following date ranges corresponds to the Romantic Era musical style period?
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Which of these composers, though native to Bohemia, toured the United States extensively?
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Which of the following statements is true of the Romantic era in music?
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Which of the following composer’s symphonies are compared to those of Beethoven and Brahms?
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Which of the following composers is widely known for his musical score to the movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”?
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Which of the following was a composer who died of complications of the treatment for throat cancer?
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Which is true of music with a simple, clear tonality?
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Which of the following is connected to “the emancipation of the dissonance?”
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Matching question: harmony and the style periods Match the description to the correct period or style.
Composers of this period tended to use very complicated harmony
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Specific and memorable patterns of long and short notes are referred to as
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Which composer was considered the most “Romantic” of the Second Viennese School?
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Which Stravinksy work makes use of the famous quote “Do not go gentle into that good night”?
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Which of the following is NOT true of the piano in the 19th century?
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This term in music refers to the simultaneous sounding of two or more pitches
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According to the text, Edith Bunker and most people struggle more to sing this type of melody.
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Which one of the following cities has a shared heritage thanks to a conservatory founded by Mendelssohn and having been the long time home of J.S. Bach?
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Which of the following instruments, featured in Berlioz’ Symphonie Fantastique, were not previously used in a typical work for orchestra?
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Chopin was known for:
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How many movements are in Symphonie Fantastique?
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Which of the following is characteristic of Impressionist music?
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Which of the following is NOT true of music in the 20th century?
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Choose the work from this list that is meant to evoke a royal funeral procession?
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Stravinsky uses a slightly updated combination of instruments for this piece, which borrows a genre often used in the 18th century.
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Which of the following is true of La Mer?
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Which of the following was music composed for a film of the same name?
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Which of the following shares a last name with, but is unrelated to, a Viennese family known in the 19th century for composing waltzes?
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Which of the following is the best definition of musical “exoticism”?
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How many symphonies did Beethoven write?
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Intervals in which the pitches sound pleasing or at rest are
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Which composer is connected with a self-created style called “tintinnabuli”?
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This term describes melodic contour in which the successive pitches move in leaps.
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In which movement of Symphonie Fantastique is the Dies Irae used?
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Which dates best correspond to the musical period we call the Romantic Era?
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Intervals in which the pitches sound irritating or restless are
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Which of the following is NOT part of the program of Symphonie Fantastique?
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Which of the following was a source of inspiration for Romantic era program music?
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Which term is used interchangeably in thae text with “Art Song?”
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Which of the following works was used at the opening of the classic film “2001: A Space Odyssey”?
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Choose the correct order of dynamic terms from soft to loud
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Choose the correct order of dynamic terms from soft to loud
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Which of the following symphonies contain “bird calls” played by woodwinds?
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Which of the following statements is NOT true of the Romantic era?
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Who is described in the text as the “archetypal Impressionist composer”?
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Which of the following was NOT famous as a virtuoso player of his instrument?
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Which composer wrote the soundtrack to the movie “The Fog of War”?
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Which period, though early in Stravinksy’s career, encompasses some of his best loved works including “Firebird”?
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Which of these nationalist composers also wrote nine symphonies and a famous cello concerto?
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Which of the following is NOT true of a “Song Cycle”?
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Which of the following works exemplifies Stravinksy’s NeoClassic style?
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Which “-ism” takes its name from a movement in French painting?
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