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Unformatted text preview: Test 5: Romantic Music Test William H Kim Started: March 6, 2008 5:13 PM Questions: 80 1. (Points: 0.82) One of the important changes Beethoven made in sonata form was to 1. add a third theme 2. repeat the development section 3. none of the above 4. eliminate the contrast between the first and second themes 5. expand the coda Save Answer 2. (Points: 0.82) Beethoven was especially fond of 1. long, gradual decrescendos 2. the percussion section 3. rondo form 4. rhythmic ostinatos 5. repeating and developing short melodic ideas Save Answer 3. (Points: 0.82) The second movement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is 1. none of the above 2. in sonata form 3. a theme and variations 4. in ABA form 5. in rondo form Save Answer 4. (Points: 0.82) In the third movement of his Symphony No. 5, Beethoven changed the traditional minuet and trio to a 1. scherzo 2. theme and variations 3. none of the above 4. country dance 5. gigue Save Answer 5. (Points: 0.82) A fugato is 1. another name for imitation 2. another name for fugue 3. a fugue-like passage 4. music in which sounds in one part "fight" with another 5. a short fantasy-like section Save Answer 6. (Points: 0.82) Beethoven composed very little music other than symphonies and piano sonatas. 1. true 2. false Save Answer 7. (Points: 0.82) The fourth movement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is 1. in ABA form 2. a theme and variations 3. in rondo form 4. none of the above 5. in sonata form Save Answer 8. (Points: 0.82) The second movement of a symphony is usually 1. in a fast tempo 2. slow and melodious 3. in a minor key 4. based on a dance like minuet and trio 5. in rondo form Save Answer 9. (Points: 0.82) Beethoven frequently used 1. forms such as sonata and rondo 2. major and minor keys 3. all of these choices 4. repeated notes and chords 5. sudden contrasts in mood Save Answer 10. (Points: 0.82) Beethoven's early compositions are in the Classical style of Mozart and Haydn, but later his works often were longer and more powerful. 1. false 2. true Save Answer 11. (Points: 0.82) The approximate dates of the Romantic period in music are 1. 1820-1900 2. 1450-1600 3. 1750-1820 4. 1900-1975 5. 1600-1750 Save Answer 12. (Points: 0.82) An interest in nature is one characteristic of Romanticism. 1. true 2. false Save Answer 13. (Points: 0.82) Romantic writers, artists, and composers were often self-absorbed and sometimes antisocial....
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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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