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Quiz for MUS 1104 - Music Appreciation with Husser at Virginia Tech (VT)

Quiz Information

Material Type:Quiz 7
Professor:Husser
Class:MUS 1104 - Music Appreciation
Subject:Music
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Spring 2011
Keywords:
  • Sonata Allegro Form
  • Baroque Suite
  • String Quartet
  • Symphony No. 5
  • Chamber Music
  • Classical Period
  • Aristocracy
  • Development
  • Understanding
  • Appreciation
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QUIZ 7 (for Chapters 25 - 33) Question 1 Which was NOT an important keyboard instrument in the Baroque? the piano Question 2 The harpsichord is different from the piano because: all of the above. Question 3 The Baroque composer who wrote over five hundred keyboard sonatas whose structure led to the development of sonata-allegro form was: Scarlatti. Question 4 A gigue is best described as: a lively sextuple-meter dance. Question 5 The standard Baroque suite consists of a variety of international dance types. True Question 6 Which Baroque genre was the direct ancestor of the symphony? Italian overture Question 7 In a fugue, a section in which the theme is imitated in close succession is called: stretto. Question 8 In a fugue, the technique of stating the theme in faster rhythmic values is called: diminution. Question 9 Which of the following is noted as a reformer of eighteenth-century opera? Gluck Question 10 In music compositions, a theme is:...

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