Test_7 Music in the US

Test_7 Music in the US - 1. Which compositional technique...

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Unformatted text preview: 1. Which compositional technique did Charles Ives employ in his music? Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. dissonant chords 0% 2. All of these choices 100% 3. polytonality 0% 4. quotations from songs 0% 5. polyrhythms 0% Score: 0/0.82 2. Charles Ives made his living from Score: 0.82/0.82 3. Until the twentieth century, the arts in America were largely derived from Europe because Score: 0/0.82 4. Some of the most advanced American music in the eighteenth century was the product of Score: 0.82/0.82 5. Many of the melodies for American patriotic songs came from Europe. Score: 0.82/0.82 6. The composer of "The Stars and Stripes Forever" was Score: 0.82/0.82 7. What is the form of a typical march? Score: 0.82/0.82 8. The most original America composer in America in the late eighteenth century was Score: 0/0.82 9. The melody to which we sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" was originally Score: 0.82/0.82 10. The first important America women composer was Score: 0.82/0.82 11. The song "God Bless America" was composed by Score: 0.82/0.82 12. A nineteenth-century American pianist and composer who achieved some recognition in Europe was Score: 0.82/0.82 13. The wind band is an especially American musical tradition. Score: 0.82/0.82 14. In what style is Zwilich's Concerto Grosso 1985 ? Score: 0.82/0.82 15. The idea of minimalism is to Score: 0.82/0.82 16. Concert music in America advanced a great deal after 1920 partly because Score: 0.82/0.82 17. Which composer composed nationalistic America music?...
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