Past Exam for MUS 1104 - Music Appreciation with Cole at Virginia Tech (VT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 1
Class:MUS 1104 - Music Appreciation
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 1999
  • Compound Meter
  • Thematic Development
  • Ordo Virtutum
  • Giovanni Gabrieli
  • Call and Response
  • Word Painting
  • Combination
  • Centralization
  • Chromaticism
  • Renaissance
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c Music Appreciation MI104 Test #1 @) I. Approximately two-thirds of a symphony 'orchestra consists of: ~ ' oodwinds. (b) trings. brass. (d) percussion. 2. is traditionally associated with collecting and codifying the chants of the church. (a) Charlemagne 3. (b) Leonin @ Pope Gregory (d) Machaut A unit of length that represents the regular pulsation heard in Western music is called: (a) the meter. (b) the syncopation. () the beat. (d) the accent. 4. A vocal work without instrumental accompaniment is said to be performed: ,{i) a cappella. k (b) responsorially. (c) antiphonally. (d) improvisationally. 5. Which of the following terms describes a concordant 'or agreeable combination of tones? (a) conjunct (b) consonant (c) disjunct (d) dissonant 6. The highest-sounding member of the woodwind family is: (a) the flute. (b) the oboe. (c) the clarinet. ~ d) the piccolo. The standard ranges of the human voice from top to bottom are as follows: a)...

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