Test_4 Viennese - 1. The themes in the Classical style tend...

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Unformatted text preview: 1. The themes in the Classical style tend to be Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. short ideas connected together 100% 2. long and flowing 0% 3. loud and dramatic 0% 4. very passionate 0% 5. very rhythmic 0% Score: 0/0.82 2. Polyphonic texture prevailed during the Classical period. Score: 0.82/0.82 3. Gradual crescendos and decrescendos were developed during the Classical period. Score: 0.82/0.82 4. Brass instruments were especially favored in orchestral music. Score: 0.82/0.82 5. The word classical refers to music composed between the years of approximately Score: 0.82/0.82 6. The Classical period is sometimes referred to as the Score: 0.82/0.82 7. Which is one of the basic philosophical beliefs of the Classical period? Score: 0.82/0.82 8. The Rococo style was Score: 0.82/0.82 9. Under the patronage system a composer or artist Score: 0/0.82 10. Painters and sculptors in the Classical style favored large works that were filled with emotion. Score: 0/0.82 11. Music in the Classical style has no continuo part. Score: 0/0.82 12. Composers in the Classical period usually used forms in their instrumental works. Score: 0.82/0.82 13. The phrases in Classical music are often Score: 0.82/0.82 14. The "K" by the numbers of Mozart's compositions stands for the man who catalogued his music, whose last name was Score: 0.82/0.82 15. The exposition in sonata form usually contains Score: 0.82/0.82 16. Transitions between themes in sonata form are valuable because they Score: 0.82/0.82 17....
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course MUS 250 taught by Professor ? during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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