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1. The result of the fusion of rhythm and blues and honky tonk was A. rock 'n' roll.
B. jazz. C. reggae. D. hip hop. 2. Alphonsus wants to include unified timbre in part of his cantata. How will this be accomplished? A. The chorus will sing in unison while the orchestra plays an accompaniment. B. The orchestra will play in unison while the chorus sings in harmony. C. The violins will have a solo and will all play harmony notes. D. The instruments in the orchestra will play the same notes that the chorus is singing.
***#3 IS THE SAME AS QUESTION #1***
3. The result of the fusion of rhythm and blues and honky tonk was A. rock 'n' roll. B. jazz. C. reggae. D. hip hop 4. Which of the following was typically used in the symphonic finale in the Classical Era? A. Rondo
B. Fugue C. Minuet D. Tremolo 5. A _______ scale con
sists of five notes. A. shaded B. pentatonic
C. monotonic D. major 6. The term _______ is an Italian word meaning "joke." A. forte B. rondo C. fortissimo D. scherzo
7. Bach's Cantata no. 140 is an intricate reconstruction of a A. patriotic song. B. well-known hymn.
C. Baroque operetta. D. popular ballet tune 8. In the 1920s, Schoenberg developed the new system for organizing music called A. 12-bar blues. B. monodrama. C. 12-tone composition
. D. atonal closure. 9. When all the instruments in an ensemble are playing in the same rhythm, the process is called A. ostinato. B. homorhythm
. C. monotone. D. kebyar 10. A group of instruments or voices with similar timbres within the ensemble is the A. voicing.
B. section. C. tenors. D. orchestra 11. The Broadway musical is descended from the A. oratorio. B. operetta
. C. aria. D. recitative. 12. Which of the following was typically used in the symphonic finale in the Cllasiassical Era? A. Fugue B. Tremolo C. Minuet D. Rondo
13. The combination of antecedent and consequent units that make a larger whole is called the A. periodic phrase structure.
B. theme and variations form. C. punctuation. D. full cadence 14. How many symphonies did Brahms write? A. Four
B. Seven C. Nine D. Six 15. Notes in a major key are considered to be _______ notes. A. bland B. happy
C. flat D. sad 16. The dactylic meter of poetry corresponds to the _______ in music. A. triple meter
B. measure C. duple D. bar form 17. Which of the following is the name for the main tune in jazz? A. Stanza B. Head
C. Sequence D. Improvisation 18. A short, catchy motif that forms the memorable core of a song is called the A. label. B. chord progression. C. hook.
D. line. 19. A synthesis of Chinese musical elements and European-American idioms is found in A. The Reunion. B. Tan Dun's "Farewell."
C. Glass's Etudes. D. Cherry Blossom 20. The unique quality of Mendelssohn's overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream's sonata form is that the A. exposition isn't repeated. B. development is exaggerated
. C. development is minimal. D. length is expanded ***THIS IS THE SAME AS #2***
21. Alphonsus wants to include unified timbre in part of his cantata. How will this be accomplished? A. The orchestra will play in unison while the chorus sings in harmony. B. The instruments in the orchestra will play the same notes that the chorus is singing.
C. The violins will have a solo and will all play harmony notes. D. The chorus will sing in unison while the orchestra plays an accompaniment 22. The _______ voice is the highest voice in vocal music. A. soprano
B. alto C. bass D. tenor
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Edited by Cher on 12/21/2010 at 7:22 AM EST