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the procedure in which a melodic idea is presented in one voice and then restated in another is called
all of the above
ostinato procedure, or the repetitive use of short melodic, rhythmic, or harmonic patterns is common in:
d) all of the above
The markings for tempo and dynamics contribute most directly to:
a) expressive content
b) the form
c) the thematic development
d) the tonality
spiritual songs and spirituals at a revival
Which is not considered entertainment:
b) jazz and blues
c) Japanese music performed in tea houses
d) spirituals sung at revivals
the high point in a melodic line, which usually represents a peak in intensity as well as range
the relative importance of one melody over thee other is clear, the added tune is called a ________
ends a phrase in a resting place which punctuates the music in the same way that a comma or a period punctuates a sentence
patterns of beats that subdivide into smaller, irregular groups; common in certain Eastern European musics
the simultaneous use of several rhythmic patterns or meters, common in 20th century music and in certain African musics
contains 4 beats to a measure, primary accent on the first beat and a secondary accent on the third
central tone around whihc a melody and its harmonies are built; this principle of organization is called _____
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