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1. The Rite of Spring was composed by

   A. Arnold Schoenberg.
    B. Igor Stravinsky.
    C. Heitor Villa-Lobos.
    D. Alban Berg.
2. A tone row is based on a _______ scale.

   A. minor
    B. major
    C. pentatonic
    D. chromatic
3. _______ plays a large role in art music of the twentieth century.

   A. Melody
    B. Rich harmony
    C. Dissonance
    D. Limited timbre
4. _______ music is written in two or more keys played simultaneously.

   A. Polytonal
    B. Polyrhythmic
    C. Polyphonic
    D. Polychoral
5. Which one of the following composers is best known for promoting aleatory music?

   A. John Cage
    B. Richard Strauss
    C. Franz Wozzek
    D. Béla Bartók
6. Expressionist music is generally thought of as

   A. happy.
    B. extravagant.
    C. morose.
    D. bouncy.
7. Which twentieth-century movement celebrated the culture of nonliterate societies?

   A. Impressionism
    B. Post-Romanticism
    C. Primitivism
    D. Expressionism
8. What twentieth-century composer developed the technique of tone row music into Serialism?

   A. Edgard Varèse
    B. Arnold Schoenberg
    C. John Cage
    D. Anton Webern
9. The term _______ describes intervals of less than a half-step.

   A. countertone
    B. microtone
    C. overtone
    D. undertone
10. What type of music incorporates different sets of pitches in a tone row?

   A. Post-Classical
    B. Expansionist
    C. Articulated
    D. Serialist
11. Which one of the following composers wrote War Requiem?

   A. Paul Hindemith
    B. Benjamin Britten
    C. Lili Boulanger
    D. Ralph Vaughn Williams
12. The term _______ describes an approach to music that combines many different styles in one composition.

   A. Eclecticism
    B. Post-Romanticism
    C. Neo-Classicism
    D. Expressionism
13. Sergei Prokofiev was born in

   A. Finland.
    B. Norway.
    C. Poland.
    D. Russia.
14. Reversing all the tones in a row from their original order is called

   A. inversion.
    B. reversal.
    C. erosion.
    D. retrograde.
15. A musical sliding sound is known as a

   A. rubato.
    B. glissando.
    C. maestoso.
    D. pesante.
16. The _______ style is an attempt to revive the approach used by composers in the later half of the eighteenth century.

   A. Pre-Romantic
    B. New Baroque
    C. Neo-Classical
    D. Post-Modern
17. _______ is a singing technique that's part speech and part song.

   A. Sprechstimme
    B. Walkurie
    C. Klangfarben
    D. Erlkönig
18. Music that doesn't center on a particular key is referred to as

   A. intoned.
    B. untoned.
    C. nontonal.
    D. atonal.
19. Twentieth-century music features more _______ instruments than music of other periods.

   A. string
    B. percussion
    C. woodwind
    D. brass
20. Erik Satie's music was a reaction to

   A. Classicism.
    B. Impressionism.
    C. Romanticism.
    D. Neo-Classicism.

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