5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- How many movements are in a Classical concerto?
- Which best describes the opening idea of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5?
- All of the following were new opera types that sought to reflect simplicity and real human emotions EXCEPT:
- Which is true of Schubert's Erlking?
- Wagner called his operas:
- a Music dramas.
- b Opera Seria.
- c A four-note motive.
- d Three.
- e It is the masterpiece of his youth, it is based on the legend that whoever is touched by the kind of the elves must die, and it presents four characters who are differentiated in the music.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The Roman Catholic Church.
- The modern piano style.
5 True/False Questions
Which movement of a symphony is traditionally the slowest? → Elaborate scenery.
The librettist for Wagner's music dramas was: → The daughter of his piano teacher, one fo the foremost pianists of her day, and the inspiration for A Poet's Love.
Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel's Under the Greenwood Tree is written for: → Unaccompanied four-voice choir.
A twentieth-century style that combined elements of Classical and Baroque music with modernist trends. → Claudio Monteverdi.
The short, lyric piano piece was the instrumental equivalent of: → Poland.