At which point in the text of Fair Phyllis does the work change to triple meter? a) "Up and down he wandered" b) "O then they fell a-kissing" c) ";The shepherds knew not
b) "O then they fell a-kissing"
The recording of Susato's dances features mostly soft (bas) instruments.
The use of major and minor tonality was already well established in Renaissance music.
The mood of Farmer's madrigal Fair Phyllis can best be described as: a) light and pastoral. b) serious and courtly. c) sad and melancholy.
a) light and pastoral.
Which instrument heard here is a cross between a woodwind and a brass instrument? a) shawm b) cornetto c) tabor
A cappella vocal performance is more characteristic of the: a) Renaissance music. b) Baroque music.
a) Renaissance music.
The English madrigal preceded the development of the Italian madrigal by some twenty years.
What meter is heard in these dances? a) duple b) triple c) compound
Farmer's Fair Phyllis is set for _______ voices. a) three b) four c) five
The madrigal flourished principally in France.
The chanson and madrigal were the major secular genres of the: a) Renaissance era. b) Baroque era.
a) Renaissance era.
Purcell, Vivaldi, Handel, and Bach are associated with the: a) Renaissance era. b) Baroque era.
b) Baroque era.
The Susato dances are examples of which kind of instrumental dance? a) galliard b) Pavane c) ronde
Specific instruments to be used were often identified in the musical scores for Renaissance dance music.
Two new vocal genres that developed in the Baroque era were the oratorio and cantata.
Farmer "paints" the first line of the text, "Fair Phyllis I saw sitting all alone," through: a) homorhythm. b) monophony. c) imitation
The musical structure of each of Susato's dances can be described as: a) two sections, each repeated (A-A-B-B-) b) three sections, each repeated (A-A-B-B-C-C) c) in four sections, without repeats (A-B-C-D)
a) two sections, each repeated (A-A-B-B-)
All of the following statements about Fair Phyllis are true EXCEPT: a) The texture alternates often between homorhythm and polyphony. b) The music closly mirrors the action and sentiments of the text. c) Farmer uses dissonance as a main expressive device.
c) Farmer uses dissonance as a main expressive device.
The principal forms of Renaissance secular music were the chanson and the motet.
Fair Phyllis features repeated sections with repeated text.
Tielman Susato was well known for his work as: a) a music publisher b) a composer c) an instrumentalist d) all of the above
d) all of the above a music publisher, a composer, an instrumentalist
Public theaters became an important venue for musical performance during the Baroque era.
Instrumental dance pieces derived from vocal forms was characteristic of the a) the Renaissance era. b) the Baroque era.
a) the Renaissance era.
Women were barred from secular music-making in the Renaissance.
Large-scale instrumental genres, such as sonatas and concertos, are associated with the: a) Renaissance era. b) Baroque era.