experimentation because madrigals:Student response:
a.were written for the express purpose of being set to music. b.utilized
ina style similar toShakespearean sonnets.c.were set to music whichattempted to fully reflect theemotional content of the text.d.All of the above.e.a and c.
(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 passagecame to be known as:Student response:
a.text imitation. b.musical mimicry.c.the
.d.All of the above.e.None of the above.General feedback:This technique came to be known as "word-painting".
(2 points)The new style of writing music for madrigals--which featured the solo singer rather thana choir singing multiple parts--became known as:Student response:
a.opera. b.monody.c.the new madrigal style.