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Music History FINAL

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"Rondo Capriccioso" is a piano composition by A group of Lieder designed to be performed as a set is called a A Midsummer Night's Dream by Mendelssohn is an example of a A song cycle from Beethoven's late period According to Dvorak, a truly American national music should be inspired by

Felix Mendelssohn song cycle Concert overture An die ferne Geliebte folk traditions of all American people Richard Strauss Elijah a symphonic poem Razumovsky 1800 Carmen Russia Arnold Schoenberg Beethoven ninety players Prance Ludwig van Beethoven

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Franck inaugurated a new style of music for the Gabriel Faure is usually associated with which movement Giselle by Adam and Copelia by Delibes belong to the genre of Gounod's Faust is which type of opera? Grieg's country of origin Gustav Holst composed this work He built operatic scenes in harmonic ostinato blocks, used the melody of folk songs and Russian speech as a model for his melodic lines, and based his major opera on literary realism style He composed 'The Erlkonig' He composed "Gretchen am Spinnrade" He composed Eugene Onegin and The queen of Spades He composed Guillaume Tell He composed Hungarian Rhapsodies He composed Les Huguenots He composed Lucia di Lammermoor He composed Norma He composed The Life of the Tsar and Russlan and Ludmilla He composed The Wanderer Fantasy He conducted parts of Bach's St. Matthew Passion in Berlin in 1829, beginning the 'Bach Revival" He used octatonic and whole tone scales He was influenced by Chopin and Paganini He wrote 24 preludes in every major and minor key and Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini for piano and orchestra He wrote Boris Godunov He wrote Prince Igor His early string quartets are influenced by Haydn and Mozart and his later quartets, with polyphonic texture, are modeled on J.S. Bach. He also promoted the view that string quartets should resemble a four-way conversation. This composer is

organ the French Tradition ballet lyrical opera Norway The Planets Mussorgsky

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Also Sprach Zarathustra, Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, and Elektra are works by An oratorio by Mendelssohn An orchestral work in one movement with a literary or other program is called Beethoven dedicated his Opus 59 string quartets to Beethoven's first symphony premiered in Bizet's most famous opera was Borodin's country of origin Brahm's method of continuously building on germinal ideas was coined "developing variation" by: Brahm's Symphony No. 1 is primarily indebted to the music of By the end of the nineteenth century, the standard orchestra had as many as Chopin composed piano works inspired by the folk music of which country Composers such as Wagner and Liszt saw the legacy of the following composer as providing a break in historical traditions by pointing towards a new direction in composition that combined music with words or a program Dichterliebe is Elgar's country of origin Folk tunes, fast and slow sections, and the "Gypsy scale" can be heard in this piano collection For Richard Wagner, the function of music was to

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Schubert Franz Schubert Tchaikovsky Rossini Liszt Meyerbeer Donizetti Bellini Glinka Schubert Mendelssohn

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a song cycle by Schumann England Hungarian Rhapsodies serve dramatic expression

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Mussorgsky Borodin Schumann

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His operatic style, specifically arias, influenced Chopin's nocturnes How many symphonies did Brahms compose? In German-speaking lands, the dispute between tradition and innovation and between absolute and program music was polarized around the following two composers In what styles were the early works of Schoenberg written In what way does Debussy's harmonic style differ from that of Wagner? Jacques Offenbach is associated most closely with which type of opera Lieder ohne Worte were composed by Manuel de Falla composed this work. Maurice Ravel composed this work. Musical characteristics of early German romantic opera do not include Of the follow, which is a new genre, symphony with voices by Mahler? Of the follow, which was not a source of inspiration for Debussy? Of the following works, which was created with twelve-tone technique Of the following, which characterizes the librettos of Wagner's operas? Of the following, which describes the aria style of Rossini? Of the following, which describes the Lieder by Wold? Of the following, which is a characteristic of nineteenth-century orchestras?

Bellini 4 Brahms and Wagner

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Of the following, which is unusual about the 9th symphony Of the following, which was not a way that Beethoven earned a living during his first creative period? Of the following, which was the major piano genre for Schubert One distinct harmonic practice by Schubert that influenced later composers, most notably Liszt, was One of the earliest tragic opera to be set in the present rather than the historical past was verdi's One of the following is not a Puccini opera One of the following is not an opera by Verdi One of the following is not characteristic for verismo operas

the use of a chorus taking opera commissions Sonatas modulation by thirds

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late Romantic The urgency to resolve is absent. opera bouffe Mendelssohn El amor brujo Le tombeau de Couperin Extensive ballet scenes Das Lied von der Erde English folk music. Piano Suite
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la traviata

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Cavalleria Rusticana Tosca the plots are drawn from medieval history, legends, or fairy tales it did not have chorus Lohengrin Robert Schumann Scriabin polychords Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis tone poems

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One of the following is not true for grand opera One of the following Wagner works is not a part of the Ring cycle Papillons (Butterflies) is a set of character pieces composed by Poem of Ecstasy and Prometheus are works by Prometheus chord, Electra chord and Petrushka chord are all Ralph Vaughan Williams composed this work Richard Strauss preferred the following term for his orchestral compositions Robert Schumann wrote Schoenberg's Erwartung belongs to the Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire belongs to the Schoenberg's Verklarte Nacht belongs to the

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They were created by Wagner Spare use of the orchestra Equality of words and music Changes to wind instruments gave them wider ranges and greater facility Spoken dialogue for the most intense scenes nationalism

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essays and reviews about music Atonal period Atonal period Late Romantic period

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Of the following, which is not a characteristic of Verdi's late operas

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Of the following, which is not a theme of Romanticism

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Schubert's quintet in C Major, the late chamber-music masterpiece, is composed for string quartet and what additional instrument? Schumann modeled the overall structure of his fourth symphony all four movements are presented in one uninterrupted flow -- on Scriabin modeled his first piano pieces on the music of Sibelius composed this work. Smetana's country of origin Stravinsky was commissioned to compose his first ballet music by Symphony by Berlioz Symphony by Mendelssohn Symphony by Schubert Te Deum, Requiem, La damnation de Faust are large choral works by Tempo Rubato is a stylistic characteristic introduced by this composer The appearance of all twelve pitchclasses within a segment of music is referred to as The Cecilian movement was

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The following composer and music critic founded and served as the editor of the Leipzig Neue Zeitschrift fur Music The following composer illustrates a break from accepted musical conventions in his last five piano sonatas, in which he dispenses with conventional tonal harmony The following composer introduced the concept of a song cycle in which all songs are performed in order as movements of a larger vocal work The following composer is best known for his adaptation of Wagner's concept of the collective artwork into the German lied The following composer is not included in the group of composers known as the Russian Five The following composer is often grouped with Debussy as an impressionist The following composer lived in Vienna his whole life and wrote more than 600 lieder, many of which were performed by friends in home concerts The following composer referred to his orchestral works as "symphonic poems" The following composer was the leader and an informal teacher to others in the circle. The following composer wrote almost exclusively for piano The following composer wrote over 120 songs in 1840, which he/she referred to as his "year of song" The following composers' Seven Character pieces, published in 1827, helped to introduce the term and define the genre The following composition, subtitled "Episode in the Life of an Artist" was accompanied during performance with an autobiographical program The following critic argued that music should be understood and appreciated on its own terms rather than for its ties to anything outside music The following Czech composer devised a nationalistic style based on the rhythms and inflections of the peasant speech and song of his native region of Moravia

Robert Schumann Alexander Scriabin

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Schubert's Wander Fantasy

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Chopin Finlandia Bohemia Diaghilev Harold en Italie Unfinished Symphony Unfinished Symphony Berlioz Chopin

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Franz Liszt Balakirev

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Chromatic saturation A movement that advocated the return to a cappella performances in the style of Palestrina Chopin

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Chopin Robert Schumann Felix Mendelssohn

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The composer's Sonata in B-minor contains a famous funeral march The composers Sonata in B-minor is considered to have a "double function form" meaning that it can be understood as a sonata cycle and a sonata form The concert etude is credited to The dazzling violin virtuoso who influenced Liszt was The first modern conservatory of music was founded in The first movement of Beethoven's Op. 12 is unusual for a sonata because The first opera in Russia was done in 1731 by

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Symphonie fantastique

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Fryderyk Chopin Paganini Paris it begins with a slow introduction an Italian troupe
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The following is not a work by Wagner

Treatise on Instrumentation and Orchestration Eugene Scribe

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The most famous lyric opera, as well as the most frequently performed opera in the last third of the nineteenth century, was The nickname for Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 The nickname for Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 The nickname for Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 The piano parts of Schubert's Lieder are notable for their The Rite of Spring is influenced by the following art movement The role of the orchestra in the 19th century German opera is best described as

Faust

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The following librettist is credited with creating the mix of formality, spectacle, and historical, political, or religious themes that define grand opera The following of Schoenberg's compositions employed Sprechstimme, a type of vocal delivery that blends the traditional notions of song and melodrama: The following opera illustrates the 19th century fascination with exoticism by its inclusion of three "authentic" Spanish melodies. The following opera, often credited with establishing German Romantic Opera, is unique because it places ordinary people center stage singing about their concerns, fears, and loves The following Satie composition is based on a scenario by Cocteau and includes choreography by Massine and scenery and costumes by Pablo Picasso. The following Stravinsky ballet shocked audiences and caused a riot at its 1913 premiere The following work, composed in 1803-4, exemplifies Beethoven's new compositional approach during his middle period The following year is considered Robert Schumann's "symphony year" The main composers of Italian opera up until 1840 were The majority of Robert Schumann's keyboard compositions are The Mighty Five were

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The Emperor The Eroica The Pastoral pictorial and dramatic roles primitivism equal: harmony and orchestral timbre are employed for dramatic expression, which enhances the libretto thematic transformation Franz Brendel F-B-D#-G# introduction recit - cantabile - cabaletta Schechstimme Weber Mendelssohn

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Pierrot Lunaire

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Carmen
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Der Freischutz

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Parade
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The technique used by Liszt to unify Les Preludes is called The term "New German School" was coined by music critic The Tristan chord is spelled as follows The typical scene structure of a Rossini opera is The vocal technique used in Pierrot lunaire is called This composer created German Romantic opera This composer led one of the most renowned orchestras in Europe in the 19th century, the Gewandhaus Orchestra in Leipzig This composer taught at the Conservatory in Vienna and had famous students, such as composers Gustav Mahler and Arnold Schonberg, and theorist Heinrich Schenker. His religious works are strongly influenced by Cecilianism. This composer was an influential music teacher who did not charge for his lessons; his students include Hans von Bullow, Carl Tausig, Franz Bendel

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The Rite of Spring Symphony N3 in E-flat Major

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1841 Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti character pieces a group of Russian composers who studied folk music and exotic scales Carmen Rossini

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The model for Verismo operas was The most famous and important opera composer in Europe throughout 1820s was

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Liszt

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This was composed by Franz Liszt This was composed by Gustav Mahler This was composed by Johannes Brahms This was composed by Richard Strauss Treatise on Instrumentation and Orchestration, often considered the bible on nineteenth-century orchestration, was written by Va pensiero, a chorus from the following Verdi opera, became an emblem of Italian opposition to foreign oppression Verismo is associated with the operas of which country Viva Verdi was

Faust Symphony Kindertotenlieder German Requiem

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What was not a trend in the early nineteenth century?

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Choirs were increasingly made up of professional singers only The Heiligenstadt Testament The midnineteenth century

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Don Juan
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When Beethoven realized that he was going deaf, he wrote When did an interest in historical music, exemplified by the establishment of a permanent classical repertoire and the creation of academic fields to study it, become evident? Which composer used themes from his own Lieder in his chamber music? Which composer's works served as models for Beethoven's Missa solemnis? Which country avoided developing a national style in the late nineteenth century? Which of the following belongs to Beethovens first creative period? Which of the following best describes Sergei Rachmaninov's music?

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Berlioz

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Nabucco

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Handel

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England

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Wagner contributed to the new construction of the following instrument in order to get a specific tone color for specific effects in his music dramas Wagner referred to reoccuring themes associated with specific characters, things, events, or emotions as the work's Wagner saw himself as the true successor of Wagner's term for the union of all the arts in a drama is Wagner's Tristan und Isolde was influential because

tuba
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Pathetique Sonata It combined new and innovative musical elements within traditional harmonies and form. It is a rescue opera The first movement begins with a lengthy ritornello. Lieder ohne Worte Carnaval

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principle themes Which of the following can be said of Beethoven's Fidelio? Which of the following does not describe the Violin Concerto by Mendelssohn? Which of the following genre did not find a place in Chopin's output Which of the following is a major collection of piano pieces by Robert Schumann? Which of the following statements characterizes Mahler's orchestration?

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Beethoven
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Gesamtkunstwerk it used ambiguous harmony that stretched the limits of tonality Wit and defiance of conventional ideas
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What characterizes the music of Erik Satie? What did Berlioz call the recurring theme used in his Symphonie fantastique? What older form does Brahms use in the finale of his Symphony No. 4 that can be seen as an influence of J.S. Bach?

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idee fixe

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passacaglia/chaconne
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His symphonies require large orchestras, but there are many passages of light orchestration. Sheherazade

Which of the following works is a four movement symphonic suite by Rimsky-Korsakov based on stories from the 101 Arabian Nights?

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Which of the following works is not a nationalist composition from Bohemia Which work by Musorgsky was originally written for piano and was late orchestrated by Ravel? While in Vienna, Beethoven studied with Who created and first used the term recital Who is considered to be the founder of modern French Chamber music? Who were Florestan and Eusebius Who would not be considered a member of the New German School

Peer Gynt Pictures at an Exhibition Joseph Haydn Liszt Franck Fictitious characters who represented aspects of Schumann's personality Brahms

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