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									Music Appreciation - Class Work - Chapters 28 & 29


____   1. Nationalism in music refers to musical works that
          a. are deliberately associated by the composer with a particular country or region
          b. are particularly liked by the people of a country or region
          c. have texts in a language other than English
          d. contain themes based on the national anthem of a particular country
          e. All of these choices
____   2. Which composer was not a member of the "Russian Five"?
          a. Borodin
          b. Mussorgsky
          c. Rimsky-Korsakov
          d. Balakirev
          e. Tchaikovsky
____   3. One of the musical innovations contained in the music of the "Coronation Scene" is
          a. the pentatonic scale
          b. chords in seconds
          c. the whole-tone scale
          d. tone clusters
          e. All of these choices
____   4. Smetana's The Moldau is
          a. about the River Moldau
          b. Bohemian nationalistic music
          c. programmatic music
          d. for orchestra
          e. All of these choices
____   5. Nationalism in the nineteenth century was partly an attempt by various composers to break free of
          the prevailing
          a. English style
          b. Italian style
          c. German-Austrian style
          d. French style
          e. Russian style
____   6. Some nationalistic composers wrote directions in the music in their native language instead of the
          traditional Italian.
          a. true
          b. false
____   7. Nationalistic concert music did not develop in the United States until well into the twentieth
          century.
          a. true
          b. false
____   8. Impressionism is
          a. an artistic viewpoint
          b. a form like sonata form
             c. the name of a process used in reproducing paintings
             d. the name of a type of instrumental ensemble
             e. a philosophical movement that developed to counter existentialism
____    9.   Impressionistic artists and musicians were fond of symmetry and balanced designs and forms.
             a. true
             b. false
____   10.   Impressionistic composers sometimes called for larger orchestras than those of Wagner and
             Brahms.
             a. true
             b. false
____   11.   Post-Romantic works were composed by
             a. Smetana and Sibelius
             b. Ravel and Rachmaninoff
             c. Debussy and Sibelius
             d. Rachmaninoff and Mahler
             e. Wagner and Mahler
____   12.   In which country did Impressionism develop?
             a. Germany
             b. France
             c. England
             d. Italy
             e. Spain
____   13.   The two composers most associated with Impressionism are
             a. Franck and Debussy
             b. Berlioz and Ravel
             c. Bizet and Rachmaninoff
             d. Wagner and Debussy
             e. Debussy and Ravel
____   14.   Impressionistic composers, artists, and poets knew each other and had a similar viewpoint about
             their works.
             a. true
             b. false
____   15.   Throughout his life Debussy was an admirer of Wagner, and his compositions reflect the influence
             of Wagner's music dramas.
             a. true
             b. false
____   16.   "Daybreak" from Daphnis and Chloé was originally composed by Ravel for a(n)
             a. opera
             b. drama
             c. ballet
             d. dance suite
             e. film
____   17.   In French clair de lune means
             a. moonlight
             b. sunlight
           c. a burning candle
           d. dusk
           e. a type of bird
____   18. Impressionistic works of art and music usually contain a deep message.
           a. true
           b. false

								
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