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5 Matching questions

  1. How did Haydn's Surprise Symphony earn its nickame?
  2. What does the "interruption" in Bartok's Interrupted Intermezzo represent?
  3. The instrumental form based on the contrast of two dissimilar masses of sound is called:
  4. Total abandonment of tonality (centering in a key). Atonal music moves from one level of dissonance to another, without areas of relaxation.
  5. Wagner called his operas:
  1. a A surprise loud chord is played in the slow movement.
  2. b Atonality.
  3. c The Nazi invasion of Russia in 1942.
  4. d Music dramas.
  5. e The concerto.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Verismo.
  2. Explosive and independent.
  3. The name of Christ is mentioned throughout.
  4. Theme and Variations.
  5. More than 600.

5 True/False questions

  1. Which of the following genres does NOT usually follow the general structure of a multimovement cycle?Overture.

          

  2. Beethoven suffered perhaps the most traumatic of all maladies for a musician. What was it?A singing melody, an accompaniment with arpreggios, and a strophic-like form.

          

  3. The group of early Baroque writers, artists, and musicians whose aim was to resurrect the musical drama of ancient Greece was known as:Three.

          

  4. Which best describes the form of the first movement of Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik?Sonata-allegro.

          

  5. The most important keyboard instrument of the Romantic period was:Love, longing, and nature.

          

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