INART TESTS - Exam Score Attempt Score 24.00 out of a...

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Exam Score Attempt Score: 24.00 out of a possible 25.00 (96.0%) Exam Score: 24.00 out of a possible 25.00 (96.0%) Exam Time: 31 minutes Question 1: When the minstrel show began to lose popularity in the 1880s, blackface performance and the "stage Negro" character ceased to be elements of vaudeville and other entertainments as well. Type: True or False Points awarded: 1.00 / 1.00 Your answer(s): •False Correct answer(s): True False Question 2: The song that we now know as “Turkey in the Straw” was once a minstrel show tune called Type: Multiple Choice Points awarded: 1.00 / 1.00 Your answer(s): •“Old Zip Coon” Correct answer(s): “Jump Jim Crow” “Blue Tail Fly” “Blue Tail Fly” “Old Zip Coon” “De Camptown Races” Question 3: Steven Foster’s sentimental ballads appealed to a middle-class audience searching for the sound and feel of “sophisticated” fine art music without the musical demands in skill or practice one typically encountered in works by classical composers. Type: True or False Points awarded: 1.00 / 1.00 Your answer(s): •True Correct answer(s): True False Question 4: The first minstrel show company formed in New York in 1843 was Type: Multiple Choice Points awarded: 1.00 / 1.00 Your answer(s): •The Virginia Minstrels Correct answer(s): Christy’s Minstrels J. H. Haverly’s United Mastodon Minstrels The Georgia Minstrels Bryant’s Minstrels The Virginia Minstrels Question 5: The two major musical genres that Stephen Foster wrote for were Type: Multiple Choice Points awarded: 1.00 / 1.00 Your answer(s): •Minstrel show tunes and sentimental ballads Correct answer(s): Minstrel show tunes and sentimental ballads Marches and patriotic band songs Minstrel show tunes and church hymns Sentimental ballads and church hymns Question 6: Vaudeville was created in 1881 by Type: Multiple Choice Points awarded: 1.00 / 1.00 Your answer(s): •Tony Pastor Correct answer(s): Edward F. Albee Benjamin Franklin Keith Charles K. Harris Tony Pastor Question 7: The very first jukeboxes appeared during the 1930s as an alternative to the home phonograph,
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This test prep was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course INART 115 taught by Professor Fehrenbachpaulg during the Spring '08 term at Penn State.

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