Lesson 4 Quiz
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Lesson 4 Quiz

Course Number: MUSIC 004, 2009

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4 Quiz Your response has been submitted successfully. Points Awarded Points Missed Percentage 17 3 85% 1. The descriptive term for the music that the characters on screen can hear, the music that originates from the world created inside the film: Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: diegetic 2. When film music successfully influences the way we respond to the characters and interpret the dramatic events of a film,...

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Quiz Your 4 response has been submitted successfully. Points Awarded Points Missed Percentage 17 3 85% 1. The descriptive term for the music that the characters on screen can hear, the music that originates from the world created inside the film: Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: diegetic 2. When film music successfully influences the way we respond to the characters and interpret the dramatic events of a film, is has achieved its _____________. Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: fundamental purpose 3. This principle of nondiegetic film music holds that music plays a subordinate role in the experience of the viewer and should not be attended to on a conscious level for any extended period of time. This is the principle of: Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: inaudibility 4. This principle of nondiegetic film music holds that, ordinarily, all visible aspects of the production of the music must not be seen. This principle is: Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: invisibility 5. The beginning and ending of each nondiegetic musical passage is referred to as: Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: musical cue 6. This most fundamental principle of nondiegetic film music holds that, entirely on its own, music conveys: Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: emotion 7. In a very real sense, the principles of nondiegetic music are always operating within a film to achieve the music's overarching purpose. The ________(s) of nondiegetic music represent more specific ways in which this purpose is realized in various filmic contexts. Points Earned: 0/1 Your Response: principle 8. Which of the following best illustrates nondiegetic music serving to delineate form? A. B. C. D. The bright, upbeat opening theme in the title music for Adventures of Robin Hood The music we hear as we see the neighbor riding her bicycle in The Wizard of Oz The music for the final three minutes of Young Mr. Lincoln Any literal one-to-one correspondence between physical gesture and musical gesture Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: A 9. In the opening of the film Casablanca, we hear music that sounds "Middle Eastern" in origin. What function is primarily served here? A. B. C. D. Temporal continuity is established from one shot to the next Unity is being established The rhythm and pacing of the film are intensified A stock depiction of a cultural setting Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: D 10. In the Raiders clip, when we see Indiana Jones swing from the vine into the river and hear a musical theme for the first time, what principal function is being served? A. B. C. D. Mickey-mousing Delineating form Characterization Points Crosscutting Earned: 0/1 Your Response: D 11. What principal function does the music serve at the end of Young Mr. Lincoln, as we hear the Battle Hymn of the Republic? A. B. C. D. Conveying the setting Mythification Establishing unity Temporal continuity Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: B 12. The underscore by Wendy Carlos at the opening of The Shining serves what primary function: A. B. C. D. Setting the mood Characterization Mickey-mousing Stinger Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: A 13. The functional device that establishes a literal one-to-one correspondence between physical gesture and musical gesture is termed: A. B. C. D. Crosscutting Montage sequence Bridge Mickey-mousing Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: D 14. The clip from Fatal Attraction interweaves two contemporaneous narratives: Alex is trying to stab Beth in the upstairs bathroom, while Dan is in the kitchen downstairs about to make tea. This editing device is known as: A. B. C. D. Match on action Montage Shot/Reverse shot Crosscutting Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: D 15. One of the most dramatic effects achieved in nondiegetic music: a sforzando dissonant chord used to dramatize a moment of horroror some other disturbing discoverythat takes the viewer by surprise on-screen. A. B. C. D. Leitmotif Mickey-mousing Stinger Musical cue Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: C 16. As a means of smoothing the transition from one scene to the next, nondiegetic music can provide a "bridge" across the cut. This serves what primary function? A. B. C. D. Continuity Characterization Delineating form Unity Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: A 17. A series of shots, usually joined by dissolves, that convey a span of time implying several, perhaps numerous, temporal ellipses. A. B. C. D. Montage sequence Shot/Reverse shot Establishment/Breakdown/Restablishment Crosscutting Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: A 18. The repetition of a leitmotif in association with a character throughout a film serves what principal function: A. B. C. D. Rhythm and pacing Unity Mythification Bridge Points Earned: 0/1 Your Response: C 19. The music accompanying the progressive shortening of shot lengths in the bathroom scene in Fatal Attraction relates most directly to? A. B. C. D. Rhythm and pacing Shot/Reverse shot Unity Stinger Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: A 20. The final three shots of the Raiders clip (airplane, campus, classroom) have music until the cut to the classroom. What is the music's primary function? A. "Bridge" B. Rhythm and pacing C. Characterization D. Unity Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: A

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