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Chapter 21 / Exercise 15
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1.What is Mendelssohn's best-known multi-volume work for solo piano?A) EtudesB) MazurkasC) Moonlight NocturnesD) Raindrop PreludesE) Songs Without Words
2.Which century is most closely identified with the Romantic era?
3.Which of the following is a Polish folk dance in triple meter:
4.A broad division among Romantic composers can be identified by two divergent approaches to which important aspect ofmusic?
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5.Which statement about the Romantic style is NOT accurate?
6.Some of Mendelssohn's piano pieces are characterized principally by a four-voice homophonic texture, which is aparticular type of piece, referred to as:
7.Two phrases that together create a complete musical thought are known by which term:
8.Whose notable efforts sparked the Bach "revival" in 1829?A) Hector BerliozB) Felix MendelssohnC) Franz SchubertD) Frederic ChopinE) Ludwig van Beethoven
9.Which composer has been called "the poet of the piano"?
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10.So often, we have encountered artists who have struggled with the personal circumstances of their lives. Yet, we canidentify one of the great composers of the Romantic era who was born into well-to-do circumstances and prospered

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