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Right in the heart of the city of Chennai is Dr. She is the daughter of the famous yesteryear cine star late Mr. Gemini Ganesan. Kamala Selvaraj, Gemini Ganesan's daughter. It was a bit surprising to see her disarmingly unassuming answers. She had always been only an average student in school. C Fanfare for the Common Man E all of these are leading 20th century american composers B Rhythm and Blues C Pioneered the composition of electronic music A the importance of Italian composers in the avant-grade movement.
D Minimalist B Nixon in China B Brian Wilson C pet sounds A the British Invasion C Jimi Hendrix A a day in the life A Leo Fender B the Moog Synthesizer A any non-western music A internetthe power of information great potential , the power to controlInevitable B MovieHollywood influences the way we think A Mikhail Glinka C sixth D he wrote music for all of these C composer nine symphonies C songs E 1 and 3 only B symphonies A Johann Strauss.
D operettas B songs B Encountering Javanesse gamelan music at the World Fair B non-traditional scales D impressionism B Jazz A Clair de Lune C expressionism B the work of Anor Schonberg and his followers D Serialism C Row D Wozzeck C Klangfarbenmelodie Romantic style. The new style called neoclassicism pioneered by Stravinsky featured: Symphonies for Wind Instruments b Octet.
Oedipus Rex d Symphony of Psalms. All of these are important works of Stravinsky's neoclassical period. Which of these is NOT an important work of Stravinsky's neoclassical period? Laudate Dominum. Qui Tollis. Veni Creator Spiritus.
Veni Sancta Spiritus. An important later Stravinsky work modeled on 14th and 15th century models was: Always innovative in trying on new styles, in his 70s Stravinsky turned to the one style he'd not yet attempted: French Impressionism. German Romanticism. Russian Mysticism. Schonbergian Serialism.
Prokofiev composed ballet music to the same subject his Russian predecessor Tschaikowsky had written music for some years before; that subject was: Romeo and Juliet. Samson and Delilah. Tristan and Isolde. Vladimir and Anastasia. Death and the Maiden. Prince Igor's Feast. Peter and the Wolf. Sascha and Ivan. January 22, 6: Student finished 12 min.
Question 1 2 points Answer Choices a. Claude Debussy b Vincent D'Indy. Cesar Franck d Jules Massenet. All of these are French Romantic composers. Classical b. Neoclassical c. Organ b.
Reformation c. Revolutionary d. Scottish e. Carnival of the Animals.
Parade of the Jesters. Secret Lives of Elaine. Wild, Wild West. The most famous piece from the work mentioned in 4 above is entitled "The Swan", and features a beautiful solo for the: Answer Choices Bassoon.
Aida b. Madame Butterfly c. Tosca d. Turandot e. One of the most famous arias of all time, "Nessun dorma", which has been recorded by singers from Luciano Pavarotti to Michael Bolton, is from the Puccini opera: Madame Butterfly. The Puccini opera which sets the heroine and her lover Mario against a backdrop of the Napoleonic Wars is: The Puccini opera set in China which features a plot in which the suitor seeking the hand of the Princess has to answer three questions correctly or lose his life is: One of the sections of the Rhapsody was used as part of the soundtrack for the movie: Sleepless in Seattle.
Somewhere in Time. His first trip to England b His first trip to the United. States c. His second tour of Europe d His triumphal return to Russia. Rachmaninoff's Third Piano Concerto was written for what occasion? America's first avant-garde composer. Broadway b. Brooklyn Bar c. Nightclub d. Swing Quarter e. Tin Pan Alley. Stephen Foster. Charles Griffes. Charles Ives. Scott Joplin was the first African-American composer to receive: Creole Junction Blues b.
Potato Head Blues c. Louis Blues d. Weather Bird e. West End Blues. Bootlegger b. Liquor runner c. Song plugger d. Tailor e. Peanut vendor. American in Paris b Amsterdam Suite. Concerto in F d Rhapsody in Blue.
All of these are orchestral works by George Gershwin. George Gershwin's only opera, Porgy and Bess: All of these are songs written by George and Ira Gershwin. It Ain't Necessarily So d Summertime. All of these are songs from Porgy and Bess. Fred Astaire b. Bing Crosby c. Gene Kelly d. Frank Sinatra e. Charles Griffes' work "The White Peacock" shows the influence of: Claude Debussy. French musical impressionism.
Student finished 0 min. The Dust Bowl era. The Golden Days of Hollywood. What important historical event took place during the s? This same time period saw the rise of the European dictator: Answer Choices Franco. Captain Blood. The Sea Hawk. A and B only. Bela Bartok. Johannes Brahms. Pyotr Tschaikowsky. Mikrokosmos b Music for Strings, Percussion. Duke Bluebeard's Castle d Concerto for Orchestra. All of these are works by Bartok. Gebrauchsmusik b.
Gesamtkunstwerk c. Klangfarbenmelodie d. Leitmotif e. Answer Choices Collet. Honegger b Milhaud. Poulenc d None of these are members of. All of these are members of "Les Six". Which of these contemporary French composers is a member of "Les Six"? Benjamin Britten b Edward Elgar. Gustav Holst d Ralph Vaughan Williams. All of these are important 20th century English composers. Which of these is NOT an important 20th century English composer? A Space Odyssey.
The Planet of the Apes. Elliott Carter b Roy Harris. Walter Piston d Roger Sessions. All of these are leading 20th Century American composers. Bebop b. Boogie-Woogie c. Rockabilly d. Swing e. Charlie Parker b Count Basie. John Coltrane d Miles Davis. All of these are jazz greats mentioned in Trip Which of these is NOT a great jazz musician mentioned in Trip 14?
Ella Fitzgerald. Billie Holiday. Ethel Merman. Bessie Smith. Kate Smith. Anti-war songs b. Folk Music c. Ragtime d. Polka b. Rhythm and blues c. Swing d. Tribal e. Elvis Presley. Frankie Avalon. Ricky Nelson. America's most lucrative industry.
America's greatest influence on world culture. It has been aptly said that along with Hollywood movies, rock music is: Student finished 1 min. Question 1 2 points Answer Choices. Music Study in Stockholm.
Luigi Dallipiccola and Luciano Berio explored: Chance music. Indeterminate music. Aleatory composition. Blessed Silence. Ode to Carl Jung. The Four Stages of Zen. Among the important works of composer Philip Glass is: The Fried Potato. Einstein on the Beach. Nixon in Rio. The Cascades. Irreverent Behavior. The effect of academic bias and elitism in American and European universities created a hostile climate in which students of music composition could not receive positive sanction for their works unless they were deemed by academics to be: Kennedy vs.
Nixon in China. Reagan in Moscow. Rocky Revisited. Brian Epstein. Brian Wilson. Carl Wilson. Dennis Wilson. Wilson Phillips. The Beach Boys' breakthrough album which pioneered new uses of recording technology was entitled: Good Vibrations.
Help Me Rhonda. Pet Sounds. Surfin' Safari. Surfin' USA. Martin Luther King. Kennedy's assassination. Response Response a. The British Invasion. The Normandy Invasion. Revenge of the Boy Bands. Custer's Last Stand. Magical Mystery Tour b Revolver. Rubber Soul d Sergeant Pepper's Lonely. Hearts Club Band e. Yesterday, Today, and Forever. Joan Baez b Bob Dylan. Jimi Hendrix d Joni Mitchell. All of these are great folk music artists of the s.
Which of these is not a great folk music artist of the s? An example of how the Beatles incorporated classical music instruments into their songs is: A Day in the Life. Eleanor Rigby. Penny Lane. The Fool on the Hill. In the s, the first person to place an electronic pickup on an acoustic guitar - hence inventing the electric guitar - and manufacture it successfully was: Leo Fender.
Bob Gibson. Buddy Holly. Les Paul. Eddie Van Halen. The Mellotron. The Moog Synthesizer. The Hammond B-3 organ. The Fender Rhodes piano. Make It Difficult, Idiot! Market It, Digest It. MUS Quizzes Uploaded by lampsonnguyen. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Jump to Page. Search inside document. MUS Sec. Question 2 2 points The prevailing musical style in the time of the Camerata late sixteenth century was known as: Question 4 2 points A compositional technique favored by madrigal composers in which the composer attempted to precisely mirror the meaning and emotional content of a textual passage came to be known as: Question 6 2 points The role of the harpsichord in the new style - filling in the harmonic "gaps" beneath the solo singer - became known as: Question 8 2 points In the year , the birth of the Baroque Period in music, two composers - Caccini and Peri - composed the first new music dramas.
Question 9 2 points In the year , the greatest composer of the early Baroque also composed a music drama based on this same legend, a landmark work which fully realized the potential of the new style the Camerata had developed.
Question 12 2 points Two important composers of the second generation of the Baroque - active from about to - were: Question 14 2 points The first great composer of these unstaged dramatic works mentioned in the preceding question 13 was: Question 19 2 points Today, the best-known and most popular work in this same instrumental form is known in Italian as "Le quattre stagioni"; its title in English is: The composer of the work just discussed in the preceding question 19 was: Question 3 3 2 points George Frideric Handel spent the majority of his adult life in Student response: Question 4 4 2 points Handel scored his greatest successes as a composer of: Question 5 5 2 points Handel's most famous composition--first performed in to benefit a Foundlings' Orphans' Hospital--was written in less than 21 days.
Question 6 6 2 points Johann Sebastian Bach is one of the greatest composers of all time, yet he was not famous as a composer during his lifetime. Question 8 8 2 points By the time Bach began actively composing, the many and varied forms of Renaissance instrumental music had become standardized in their order as part of what was known as: Question 9 9 2 points In the genre described in 8 above, Bach composed and published: Question 10 10 2 points The slow dance movement of Spanish origin in the genre described in 8 above is: Question 11 11 2 points Bach wrote a set of six pieces for the Margrave of Brandenburg in the concerto grosso style pioneered by Corelli and Vivaldi; they are known today as: Question 12 12 2 points During his lifetime, Bach's reputation was primarily derived not from the music he wrote but rather from his virtuoso skill on this instrument: Question 13 13 2 points During his tenure as Kantor of the St.
Question 15 15 2 points Bach's St. Question 16 16 2 points Late in life, an experience that severely undermined Bach's health was: Question 19 19 2 points The legacy of Bach is: Question 20 20 2 points Bach's passing in the year marked: An important new genre which evolved during the Classical Period was: A characteristic of the early classical symphony is: A leading early symphony composer was: A major center for symphonic composition in the s and beyond was: The leader of the symphony orchestra located in 5 above was: Question 7 2 points Correct Response Student Response a.
Vivaldi Question 8 2 points The four-movement model for the string quartet that was expanded upon by Mozart and Beethoven featured as its third movement: Question 9 2 points Correct Response Student Response a.
Most scholars agree that the greatest influence in Mozart's life was: Question 14 2 points In his day, Mozart's music was considered by some to be too progressive, and much of it was not well-received in Vienna's conservative musical climate. Question 17 2 points A leading opera composer of Mozart's day who is still revered today for his attempts to reform the dying genre of opera seria was: Question 18 2 points One of three operas based on libretti written by Lorenzo da Ponte, this opera's libretto was based on a French play, the publication of which had been censored by the Emperor.
Question 19 2 points Mozart's last opera, which draws from Masonic imagery and is based on a libretto written by Mozart's friend Emanuel Schikaneder, is: Question 20 2 points Mozart's last work, a great choral masterpiece, was completed by his friend Sussmayer due to his untimely death at age Question 2 2 points Beethoven's difficulties were so severe he even contemplating taking his own life, as revealed in a document he wrote known today as: Beethoven's only opera was entitled: Beethoven's Middle Period is also referred to as his: Question 5 2 points Beethoven's teacher, who figured as an early positive influence in his life, was: Question 15 2 points Correct Response Student Response a.
Question 19 2 points It has been truly said that to understand Mozart one must understand his operas; to understand Beethoven, one must understand his: Question 20 2 points An important patron of Beethoven, who told him "Receive from Haydn the spirit of Mozart", was: Question 2 2 points The greatest composer of the early s in the operatic style mentioned in the preceding question 1 was: Berlioz' most famous work is: During the s, Wagner wrote three operas in the style of: Among Wagner's important operas written during the s are: Question 20 2 points During his exile in Switzerland, Wagner laid out his concepts for the future of opera in a treatise called: Question 21 2 points Wagner's called his concept of a having short musical ideas or themes that are linked to a character, event or emotion in the drama: Wagner drew his subject matter for the Ring Cycle from: Question 23 2 points Correct Response Student Response a.