← Chapter 13 Test
4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- (First Practice) Method of making music strictly according to Zarlino's rules of counterpoint.
- Elaborate passage decorating important cadences to Aria's
- (from Italian concertare: to reach agreement) In 17th c. music, the combination of voices with one or more instruments, where the instruments do not simply double the voices but play independent parts.
- symbols used to denote the inversion of a chord (such as 6, 6/4, 6/5, 4/3, or 2)
3 True/False Questions
Basso Continuo → system of notation and performance practice used in the baroque period, in which an instrumental bass line is written out and one or more players of keyboard, lute, or similar instruments fill in the harmony with appropriate chords or improvised melodic lines
Ornamentation → A process where it is expected to read figured bass symbols while performing the music.
Baroque → an artistic style of the 17th century characterized by complex forms, bold ornamentation, and contrasting elements