5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How did Haydn's Surprise Symphony earn its nickame?
- What does the "interruption" in Bartok's Interrupted Intermezzo represent?
- The instrumental form based on the contrast of two dissimilar masses of sound is called:
- Total abandonment of tonality (centering in a key). Atonal music moves from one level of dissonance to another, without areas of relaxation.
- Wagner called his operas:
- a A surprise loud chord is played in the slow movement.
- b Atonality.
- c The Nazi invasion of Russia in 1942.
- d Music dramas.
- e The concerto.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Explosive and independent.
- The name of Christ is mentioned throughout.
- Theme and Variations.
- More than 600.
5 True/False questions
Which of the following genres does NOT usually follow the general structure of a multimovement cycle? → Overture.
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.
The group of early Baroque writers, artists, and musicians whose aim was to resurrect the musical drama of ancient Greece was known as: → Three.
Which best describes the form of the first movement of Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik? → Sonata-allegro.
The most important keyboard instrument of the Romantic period was: → Love, longing, and nature.