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Does any body has answers of the following 40 Questions?? They are Penn Foster music Apreciation final exam number 007667RR

1. The text of an opera is called the
A. libretto.
B. buffa.
C. vibrato.
D. program.

2 Which one of the following is an example of an oratorio?
A. The Four Seasons
B. Messiah
C. Coronaton of Poppea
D. Cantata no. 97

3. Music sung without instrumental accompaniment is usually referred to by the term
A. figured bass
B. countersubject
C. a capella.
D. ordo virtutum

4. By the time he/she was 17 years of age, _______ had already written the Octet for Strings, op.20.
A. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
B. Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel
C. Joseph Haydn
D. Felix Mendelssohn

5. When the singers and band repeat a basic section of music while the lead singer improvises on a single motif, the result is called a
A. hook.
B. vamp.
C. twist.
D. groove.

6. Which one of the following is the name used for a Javanese instrumental group?
A. Cantor
B. Mambo
C. Gamelan
D. Kajar

7. The second movement of a symphony is usually written in _______ form.
A. A B C
B. A B C D
C. A B C A
D. A B A

8. Every mass political movement since the _______ has had its songs.
A. Revolutionary War
B. Civil War
C. Renaissance
D. French Revolution of 1789

9. What is the musical term for one of many verses of poetry in a song?
A. Refrain
B. Strophe
C. Chorus
D. Canto

10. Verdi uses three distinct types of melody in La Traviata, Act 1: declamatory, virtuosic, and
A. twelve tone.
B. staccato.
C. lyrical.
D. ostinato.

11. The Renaissance period in musical history lasted from about
A. 1450 to 1750.
B. 1425 to 1600.
C. 1650 to 1750.
D. 1500 to 1789.

12. The estampie and the saltarello are two forms of
A. African musical instruments.
B. Italian musical instruments.
C. syllabic text-setting.
D. medieval dances

13. A _______ is a melodic pattern in Indian music designed to express or produce a specific feeling.
A. tala
B. raga
C. tabla
D. karnataka

14. What is the musical term for a prescribed series of pitches that step upward and downward?
A. measure.
B. meter.
C. cadence.
D. scale.

15. Which step of a minor scale is slightly lower than in the corresponding step of a major scale?
A. Fifth
B. Fourth
C. Third
D. Seventh

16. The Italian word for "prayer hall," which refers to a piece of music that includes recitatives, arias, and choruses, is
A. operetta.
B. opera.
C. oratorio.
D. opera buffa

17. The term ritornello refers to the main theme of a
A. suite.
B. concerto grosso.
C. sonata.
D. virtuoso cadenza.

18. Opera took hold in England in the _______ century.
A. late nineteenth
B. seventeenth
C. early nineteenth
D. eighteenth

19. A _______ is a duple-meter dance associated with square dancing.
A. corrido
B. broadside
C. hoedown
D. stomp

20. The music of the Baroque period is usually characterized by
A. simplicity and elegance.
B. clarity and lightness.
C. restraint and reverence.
D. extravagance and ornamentation.

21. The term melody refers to a pattern of
A. notes.
B. beats.
C. instruments.
D. tempos.

22. Bass and soprano registers are aspects of
A. amplitude.
B. rhythmic values.
C. meter.
D. pitch.

23. Changing from one key to another is called
A. regulation.
B. variation.
C. imitation.
D. modulation.

24. Call-and-response form is often used in _______ music.
A. Chinese
B. Bahamian
C. Jewish
D. Indian

25. Von Bingen's Play of Virtues is a good example of a type of music called
A. recitation.
B. plainchant.
C. wenchang.
D. vocal quartet.

26. Which of the following composers wrote The Four Seasons?
A. Bach
B. Verdi
C. Vivaldi
D. Handel

27. A form of polyphony consisting of two or more rhythmically interlocking voices is the
A. hocket.
B. Mbuti.
C. Ituri.
D. ostinato.

28. The _______ of a song are often referred to as stanzas.
A. beats
B. notes
C. verses
D. measures

29. The rhythmic feature of Chuck Berry's "School Day" is
A. honky-tonk.
B. harmonic ascent.
C. anacrusis.
D. the wall of sound

30. "Erlkönig" is one of the hundreds of songs written by
A. Chopin.
B. Schubert.
C. Haydn.
D. Schumann

31. Public Enemy's citation of "Don't Worry Be Happy" is a/an _______ statement about the quality of contemporary black music.
A. derogatory
B. analytical
C. sympathetic
D. congratulator

32. _______ is a joining of two influences, European and African.
A. Rhythm and blues
B. Blues
C. Jazz
D. Hip hop

33. A group of instruments or voices with similar timbres within the ensemble is the

A. voicing.
B. section.
C. orchestra.
D. tenors.

34. What is the pattern of the Standard Song Form?
A. A B B A
B. A B A C
C. A A B A
D. A B A B

35. The instrument that usually has the leading role in a piano trio is the
A. violin.
B. piano.
C. cello.
D. viola.

36. At the start of the String Quartet in F Major, op. 96, Dvo?ák begins with a _______ pattern using a second violin and cello.
A. polytonal
B. call-and-response
C. contrast and variation
D. stream of consciousness

37. The music of Philip Glass is written mostly in the _______ style.
A. expressionist
B. post-Romantic
C. minimalist
D. impressionist

38. Henri wants to indicate in the musical score that all the instruments should play. What word will he write in the score?

A. Da Capo
B. Tutti
C. Coda
D. All

39. The two basic forms for vocal selections in operas are

A. aria and recitative.
B. solo and duet.
C. binary and ternary.
D. tonic and atonal

40. According to your textbook, which composer is considered to be the most controversial composer who ever lived?

A. Wagner
B. Beethoven
C. Cage
D. Verdi
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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Hye thanks for your reply ma,am. But 90 percent of the answers rare the same as previous expert and they are wrong. even some of them which were right you got them wrong. I dont want to take any risk as this is my last chance. If you can review it that would be great help. Can't accept the answer till then cz these are same answers ( except few) as previously given by other expert.

Can you tell me which questions need review? I would need to know this in order to be able to review those questions.


I find it surprising that another expert and I got the same answers and that they were wrong.


The only question I had a question about was the last one since I didn't have your text book, but generally, Wagner is considered the most controversial composer that has ever lived.

Customer: replied 6 years ago.
You are ryt sir.
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