STUDY QUESTIONS, CHAPTER 10 1. Who served as choirmaster at the Capella Giulia in the Vatican and composed the Mass for Pope Marcellus? 2. Those who painted draperies over the “offensive” areas of the nude figures in Michelangelo’s Last Judgment are called _____. Daniele da Volterra (312) 3. Who created Jupiter and Io as part of the set of paintings commissioned by Federico Gonzaga of Mantua? 4. Under what disguise does Jupiter appear to Io in the painting commissioned by Federico Gonzaga of Mantua? 5. Who wrote The Way to Perfection, which describes the ascent of the soul to union with the Holy Spirit? 6. Who painted the Resurrection, which includes distinct Mannerist qualities and is decorous to the extent that draperies carefully conceal certain elements of nudity? 7. What are the “innovative” qualities of Don Quixote? 8. In what city did Bernini complete the sculptural program for the Cornaro Chapel in the Church of SantaMaria della Vittoria? 9. Who painted The Calling of Saint Matthew for the Contarelli Chapel in the Church of San Luigi dei Francesi in Rome? 10. In Caravaggio’s The Calling of Saint Matthew, who is standing beside Christ? 11. Who painted five separate versions of the biblical story of Judith and Holofernes and was admitted tothe Florentine Academy of Design? 12. What subjects attracted Artemisia Gentileschi? 13. As the author of Spiritual Exercises, who called on Jesuits to develop all of their senses? 14. In the seventeenth century, what city became the center of musical innovation and practice in Europe? 15. Who is considered the first composer to specify dynamics by indicating piano for “soft” and forte for “loud”? 16. So popular was Venice as a source of music that composers from across Europe came to Venice to study. As a result, what became the international language of music?
17. An orchestra of three dozen instruments was necessary to perform Orfeo. What were these instruments?
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