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QUESTION 1

  1. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov was considered the Tsar of Russian Music.

     

     

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QUESTION 2

  1. One translation of the title Wagner's Götterdämmerung is

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QUESTION 3

  1. When writing an art song, the composer

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QUESTION 4

  1. Theme transformation is

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QUESTION 5

  1. Program music is music that is

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QUESTION 6

  1. Beethoven's early compositions are in the Classical style of Mozart and Haydn, but later his works often were longer and more powerful. 

    false

    true

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QUESTION 7

  1. Romantic writers, artists, and composers were often self-absorbed and sometimes antisocial.

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QUESTION 8

  1. Brahms's German Requiem is so titled because

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QUESTION 9

  1. Romantic writers and musicians were impressed by the unknown.

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QUESTION 10

  1. Berlioz created his Symphonie fantastique to vent his feelings about

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QUESTION 11

  1. One of the musical innovations contained in the music of the "Coronation Scene" is

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QUESTION 12

  1. Beethoven composed very little music other than symphonies and piano sonatas.

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QUESTION 13

  1. The fixed idea in Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique appears in all five movements of the work.

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QUESTION 14

  1. A fugato is

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QUESTION 15

  1. Diminution refers to

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QUESTION 16

  1. A feature of the fifth movement of Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique is the use of

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QUESTION 17

  1. Which book title best represents Romanticism?

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QUESTION 18

  1. Romantic symphonies and concertos are generally quite a bit longer than their Classical counterparts.

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QUESTION 19

  1. Ballet developed in the courts of Russia.

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QUESTION 20

  1. The first movement of Dvorák's "American" Quartet is

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QUESTION 21

  1. The characters in Wagner's operas are mostly drawn from Greek mythology.

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QUESTION 22

  1. The Russian composer who represents a phase called "Exoticism" is

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QUESTION 23

  1. Nationalism in the nineteenth century was partly an attempt by various composers to break free of the prevailing

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QUESTION 24

  1. Which composer was not a member of the "Russian Five"?

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QUESTION 25

  1. In the third movement of his Symphony No. 5, Beethoven changed the traditional minuet and trio to a

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QUESTION 26

  1. A feature of Romantic music is its

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QUESTION 27

  1. Liszt's La Campanella is a

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QUESTION 28

  1. Like Beethoven, Brahms extensively develops motives in many of his works.

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QUESTION 29

  1. The fourth movement of Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony features

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QUESTION 30

  1. Romantic artists and musicians thought of themselves as only highly skilled craftsmen.

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QUESTION 31

  1. Some nationalistic composers wrote directions in the music in their native language instead of the traditional Italian.

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QUESTION 32

  1. Which work is probably program music?

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QUESTION 33

  1. "Verismo" operas were about

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QUESTION 34

  1. One of the important changes Beethoven made in sonata form was to

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QUESTION 35

  1. Dvorák was helped greatly by fellow composer

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QUESTION 36

  1. Brahms was considered by some nineteenth-century musicians to be out of date because he

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QUESTION 37

  1. Art songs are often called by their German name, which is

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QUESTION 38

  1. Dvorák's "American" Quartet is so named because it

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QUESTION 39

  1. Antonin Dvorák's native country was

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QUESTION 40

  1. Some composers in the Romantic period worked hard at having their compositions sound like improvised momentary feelings rendered in sound.

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QUESTION 41

  1. Beethoven was especially fond of

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QUESTION 42

  1. Beethoven frequently used

    major and minor keys

    sudden contrasts in mood

    all of these choices

    forms such as sonata and rondo

    repeated notes and chords

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QUESTION 43

  1. Mussorgsky completed several unfinished works started by Rimsky-Korsakov.

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QUESTION 44

  1. Which two composers in addition to Berlioz are especially recognized for their program music?

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QUESTION 45

  1. Brahms composed all these types of music except

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QUESTION 46

  1. Mussorgsky's opera Boris Godunov is a series of episodes rather than a story that moves sequentially from one scene to the next.

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QUESTION 47

  1. Important composers of piano music in the Romantic period include

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QUESTION 48

  1. The fourth movement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is

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QUESTION 49

  1. Along with Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, the most influential musical work of the nineteenth century was _______________________. 

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QUESTION 50

  1. What Beethoven was to the first half of the nineteenth century, so ____________________ was to the second half. 

    Richard Strauss

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QUESTION 51

  1. The history of a truly Russian concert music begins with _____________. 

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QUESTION 52

  1. Singspiel literally means, "a spoken play with singing."

     

     

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QUESTION 53

  1. Exoticism is the use by a composer of one nationality of the ethnic musical elements of another nationality.

     

     

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QUESTION 54

  1. Which of the following would not be considered an example of "exoticism"? 

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QUESTION 55

  1. Which of the following is not true concerning Danhauser's painting Liszt at the Piano from 1840. 

    Liszt is seen performing a piano duet with Chopin.

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QUESTION 56

  1. The big difference between the music of the Classical era and that of the Romantic era has to do with: 

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QUESTION 57

  1. Painting became the ultimate art form for those in the Romantic period.

     

     

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QUESTION 58

  1. During his lifetime, Beethoven was considered by many of his contemporaries as an oddity, whose compositions could be ignored because they were the product of an eccentric, progressively deaf composer.

     

     

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QUESTION 59

  1. Folkloric nationalism is quite different from the language-based nationalism of the Baroque era.

     

     

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QUESTION 60

  1. Beethoven's 6th symphony, nicknamed the Pastoral, consists of 5 movements, rather than the standard 4 movement form of the Vienesse classical period.

     

     

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QUESTION 61

  1. When applied to art and literature of the 1800's, the word romantic refers to physical love and/or affection.

     

     

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QUESTION 62

  1. The 4th movement of Beethoven's 6th symphony is entirely programmatic, the form being determined by the story being told, which is the depiction of a "Storm". 

     

     

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QUESTION 63

  1. The only major nineteenth-century composer who wrote no program music whatsoever was Gustav Mahler.

     

     

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QUESTION 64

  1. Many composers wrote "miniatures" to overcome the challenge of dealing with large-scale musical forms.

     

     

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QUESTION 65

  1. "Grandiose Compositions" were an important Romantic response to the use of Viennese classical forms and were widely composed throughout the 1800's.

     

     

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QUESTION 66

  1. The spontaniety, individuality, and creative freedom treasured by many nineteenth-century composers was expressed in their conforming to preordained musical forms. 

     

     

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QUESTION 67

  1. A concert overture is a one-movement program composition for orchestra written in sonata form or a modification of sonata form.

     

     

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QUESTION 68

  1. The vast majority of nineteenth century composers continued to use the Classical era forms in one way or another whenever it suited them.

     

     

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QUESTION 69

  1. Most of Franz Liszt's music was for solo piano, primarily sets of miniature compositions.

     

     

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QUESTION 70

  1. What happened at the premiere of Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique that shocked the audience?

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QUESTION 71

  1. A cavatina is a type of aria intended to show off a singer's ability to negotiate a long phrase with beauty of tone, nuance, and color.

     

     

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QUESTION 72

  1. Which of the following statements is not true of Verdi's mature operas? 

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QUESTION 73

  1. Which of the following was not a principle composer of bel canto opera?

    Giacomo Puccini

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QUESTION 74

  1. Which of the following types of compositions did Chopin not write? 

    orchestral nocturnes

    piano scherzos

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QUESTION 75

  1. Which of the following is not one of the basic genres of nineteenth-century orchestral program music. 


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