Medieval Period Assessment
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Medieval Period Assessment

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| SerfreviewExam0.112931.1017758.7374 Help Logout HOME MY COURSEWORK TAKE NOTES LISTENING GUIDES COMMUNITY SETTINGS DOWNLOAD Review the Items Asked On the Exam Medieval Period Assessment Printed below are the questions that were asked on this exam, along with any answers you gave and any feedback you received. You may return to the syllabus at any time. Section 1, Question 1 Multiple Choice Question This excerpt is an example of: OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q10 Church music Unstressed meter Secular music Music for the Mass in Latin Answer Answer Choice number 3: Secular music Feedback Correct! That was an example of the rich body of secular music that grew during the Medieval period. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 2 True/false Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q07 Lonin and Protin were two famous French musicians associated with Notre Dame school of composition in Paris. True False Answer Answer True Feedback Correct! Lonin and Protin were two famous French musicians associated with the Notre Dame or Parisian school of composition. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 3 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q13 This is an example of secular music from the Medieval period because it... 1 of 10 12/9/10 3:38 PM SerfreviewExam0.112931.1017758.7374 Has irregular rhythms Is performed with instrumental accompaniment Is polyphonic Is from a liturgical drama Answer Answer Choice number 4: Is from a liturgical drama Feedback Sorry. This is an example of secular music from the Medieval period because it has irregular rhythms. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 4 Multiple Choice Question Who is credited with the creation of plainsong? Guido d'Arezzo Bertrand de Born Anicius Boethius Pope Gregory I Answer OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q04 Answer Choice number 4: Pope Gregory I Feedback Correct! It is Pope Gregory I, also known as Pope Gregory I The Great, who is often given credit for creating plainsong. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 5 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q08 The two most important French composers of organum and discant during the Medieval period were: Marcabru of Gascony and Protin Lonin and Protin Protin and Bertrand de Born Lonin and Marcabru de Gascony Answer Answer Choice number 2: Lonin and Protin Feedback Correct. The two most important French composers of organum and discant during the Medieval period were Lonin and Protin. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 6 Multiple Choice Question This excerpt is most likely falls in the category of: OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q17 2 of 10 12/9/10 3:38 PM SerfreviewExam0.112931.1017758.7374 Gregorian chant Madrigal Opera Mass Answer Answer Choice number 1: Gregorian chant Sorry. Gregorian chant is always monophonic. This excerpt is most Feedback likely from a Mass, which was a polyphonic composition based on sacred texts. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 7 Fill-in Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q09 This excerpt is an example . of a medieval religious type of composition known as Answer Answer gregorian chant Feedback Correct. That excerpt was an example of a medieval religious composition known as Gregorian chant. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 8 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q05 In the early days of the church, the only music allowed during the service was: Vocal music Virelai music Goliard music None of the above Answer Answer Choice number 1: Vocal music Feedback Correct! During this period, as in the early church, only vocal music was allowed during the service. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 9 Multiple Choice Question This excerpt is most likely from OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q18 3 of 10 12/9/10 3:38 PM SerfreviewExam0.112931.1017758.7374 A troubadour song A liturgical drama Madrigal Gregorian chant Answer Answer Choice number 1: A troubadour song Correct. This excerpt is most likely from a troubadour song. You Feedback recognized the strong rhythms, single line melody, and instrumental If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: accompaniment that were characteristic of Medieval troubadour songs. Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 10 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q11 A feature of this example suggests it is from the early part of the Medieval period. That feature is: Sung by a female voice Duple Meter Monophonic texture Homophonic texture Answer Answer Choice number 1: Sung by a female voice Feedback Sorry. A feature of this example suggests it is from the early part of the Medieval period is its monophonic texture. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 11 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q14 The melody of this example suggest that it is from sacred music of the Medieval period because It moves stepwise and has a small range. It is based on a minor scale. It has many large skips and a jagged contour. The pattern begins in one voice and is echoed by each addition voice as it enters. Answer Answer Choice number 1: It moves stepwise and has a small range. Correct. The melody of this example suggest that it is from sacred Feedback music of the Medieval period because it mostly moves stepwise and has a small range. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. 4 of 10 12/9/10 3:38 PM SerfreviewExam0.112931.1017758.7374 Comment Section 1, Question 12 Multiple Choice Question The texture of this example is OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q15 Monophonic Homophonic Polyphonic Modulating Answer Answer Choice number 3: Polyphonic Feedback Correct. The texture of this example is polyphonic. Polyphonic means many sounds. In this example each voice was moving independently. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 13 True/false Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q03 Anicius Boethius invented a system that made possible the memorization and written transmission of melodies. True False Answer Answer False Correct! It was Guido d'Arezzo (c.1000-1050) who invented a system Feedback that made possible the memorization and written transmission of melodies. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 14 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q16 A characteristic of this excerpt that suggests it is from a medieval Mass is: The accompaniment played by a pipe organ The monophonic texture The strong duple meter The smooth melodic lines and unstressed rhythm Answer Answer Choice number 4: The smooth melodic lines and unstressed rhythm Correct. A characteristic of this excerpt that suggests it is from a Feedback medieval Mass is the smooth melodic lines and unstressed rhythm. These are qualities of music from a medieval Mass. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: 5 of 10 12/9/10 3:38 PM SerfreviewExam0.112931.1017758.7374 Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, 15 True/false Question Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q06 Goliards are famous for their inspired performances during the services at the monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos in Spain. True False Answer Answer False Correct! It is Benedictine monks, not Goliards, who are famous for Feedback their inspired performances during the services at the monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos in Spain. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 16 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q22 The dates for the Medieval period are general considered to be: 1100 1400 AD 1050 1275 AD 1150 - 1450 AD 1450 1600 AD Answer Answer Choice number 3: 1150 - 1450 AD Feedback Correct. The dates for the Medieval period are generally considered to be 1150-1450 AD. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 17 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q23 A unifying factor for social, political, and cultural life in the Medieval period was The Roman Empire The School of Notre Dame A wide interest in secular song The Roman Catholic Church Answer Answer Choice number 4: The Roman Catholic Church Correct. A unifying factor for social, political, and cultural life in the Feedback Medieval period was The Roman Catholic Church, the center of life for most people living during those times. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: 6 of 10 12/9/10 3:38 PM SerfreviewExam0.112931.1017758.7374 Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 18 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q24 Which of the following is a distinguishing characteristic of sacred music from the Medieval period? Instrumental accompaniment and duple meter Homophonic texture and melodies with wide intervals Strong rhythms and disjunct melodies Smooth melodies sung a cappella with polyphonic texture Answer Choice number 4: Smooth melodies sung a cappella with polyphonic Answer texture Correct! A distinguishing characteristic of sacred music from the Feedback Medieval period are smooth melodies sung a cappella with polyphonic texture. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 19 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q25 Which of the following is a salient characteristic of secular music from the Medieval period? Unaccompanied vocal solos Slow tempos with unmeasured rhythms and monophonic texture Strong, dance-like rhythms performed by a combination of instruments and voices Smooth melodies sung a cappella moving at a very lively pace Answer Answer Choice number 3: Strong, dance-like rhythms performed by a combination of instruments and voices Correct. A salient characteristic of secular music from the Medieval Feedback period are strong, dance-like rhythms performed by a combination of instruments and voices. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 20 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q26 Which of the following were secular genres in the Medieval period? Ballades and minnesingers Motets and liturgical dramas Rondeaus, ballades, and lai Conductus and plainchant Answer Answer Choice number 2: Motets and liturgical dramas Feedback Sorry. Rondeaus, ballades, and lai were secular genres in the Medieval period. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: 7 of 10 12/9/10 3:38 PM SerfreviewExam0.112931.1017758.7374 Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 21 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q27 Which of the following were sacred genres in the Medieval period? Anthems and ballades Masses and motets Cantus firmus and virelai Organum and madrigals Answer Answer Choice number 2: Masses and motets Feedback Correct. Masses and motets were sacred genres in the Medieval period. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 22 True/false Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q02 Guido d'Arezzo wrote The Fundamentals of Music, a very important medieval treatise (essay). True False Answer Answer False Feedback Correct! It was Anicius Boethius (c. 480-524) who wrote The Fundamentals of Music. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 23 Multiple Choice Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q28 Which of the following were important composers in the Medieval period? Anicius Boethius and Guido d'Arezzo Troubadour and Goliard Hildegard von Bingen and Guillaume de Machaut None of the above Answer Answer Choice number 3: Hildegard von Bingen and Guillaume de Machaut Feedback Correct. Hildegard von Bingen and Guillaume de Machaut were important composers in the Medieval period. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 24 True/false Question OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q01 Most of the notated music that survives from the Medieval period is secular in nature. True 8 of 10 12/9/10 3:38 PM SerfreviewExam0.112931.1017758.7374 False Answer Answer False Feedback You are correct! If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 25 Multiple Choice Question The most likely composer of this excerpt would be: OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q20 Hildegard von Bingen Bellicha Troubadour Protin Guillaume de Machaut Answer Answer Choice number 2: Bellicha Troubadour Sorry. Troubadour was a generic name for court musicians, not the Feedback name of a specific person. The most likely composer of this excerpt would be Hildegard von Bingen. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 26 Multiple Choice Question This is an example of a genre of music known as OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q12 Virelai Lai Madrigal Gregorian chant Answer Answer Choice number 3: Madrigal Feedback Sorry. This is an example of a genre of music known as Gregorian chant. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 27 Multiple Choice Question This excerpt is OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q19 9 of 10 12/9/10 3:38 PM SerfreviewExam0.112931.1017758.7374 Definitely not from the Medieval period because these instruments were not available in Medieval times. The Offertory from a Mass by Machaut The introduction to a liturgical drama Dance music from the Medieval period Answer Answer Choice number 4: Dance music from the Medieval period Correct. That excerpt was an example of dance music from the Feedback Medieval period used to accompany dancing in the courts of medieval nobles. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Section 1, Question 28 Multiple Choice Question The most likely composer of this excerpt would be: OMA V2 Medieval Period Assessment q21 Anicius Boethius Guillaume de Machaut Rondeau Guido d'Arezzo Answer Answer Choice number 2: Guillaume de Machaut Correct. The most likely composer of this excerpt would be Guillaume Feedback de Machaut, the foremost composer of the fourteenth century. You heard the rich harmonic textures characteristic of his music. If you would like to make a comment regarding this item, type your comment into this box: Click the Comment button to record this comment. Comment Return to the syllabus OnMusic Copyright 2010 Connect For Education Inc., Reston, Virginia. All rights reserved. Music Glossary courtesy of Virginia Tech Multimedia Music Dictionary. 10 of 10 12/9/10 3:38 PM

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MEMORANDUM_To: Ms. Beryl Pittman From: Yi-Hong (James) Xu Date: March 1, 2011 Subj: Decision on new hiresThe purpose of this memo is to allow me, as the hiring manager to report to the CEO, Ms. Beryl Pittman my decision on this years group of new hires
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Resume basicsFor much more detail, please check Laura Browns annotated resume! A couple of over-arching points: 1. Readers know that youre presenting your strengths. So dont feel that you need to include a complete chronology or every detail as you might
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LEGALINTERNCOURIERPOSITION StuartRaleighLawFirmRaleighLawfirmseeksenergetic,highlymotivatedindividualwith outstandingattentiontodetail.Candidateshouldbeinterestedinthelaw andwillassistinthefirmsdebtorcreditorpractice. Candidatewillrepresentthefirmasheors
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21550 Wood Hall Raleigh, NC 27607 (336) 213-7743 lsbrown@ncsu.eduLaura S. Brown LauraEducationNorth Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC B.S. Environmental Technology, Intended graduation Dec 2010 GPA: 3.909/4.000 Related Courses: Agricultural and Re