Unformatted text preview: 7. Which type of Renaissance dance was a slow, gliding dance in duple meter
performed by couples holding hands?
b. motet , waltz
‘3 pavane 8. When music artfully depicts or mimics the meaning of a word the result' is called:
a. a madrigal
[’b. imitative polyphony
c. word painting
d. a drone 9. What is a castrate?
a. a type of woodwind instrument
b. a popular term for the violin
c a soprano— —like sound produced by adult male singers when they sing lightly,
without their full chest voice -a male singer Who has been castrated to keep his voice from changing so that it
' would remain in the soprano range 9-7. (LWhat was the primary social purpose of madrigals?
‘a\ to provide accompaniment for prayers _ ~ b. to provide accompaniment for dancin
K \ gwe more groups of friends something to o tog .1 I. \ oce e-rate eWe- ningso 1- -ra 'ng an'stocrats 11rr'llhe text of a madrigal was. \‘bj a poem
an excerpt from a novel or play
c. an excerpt from the Bible
(I. There was no text 12. What period does the term “Middle Ages" refer to?
a. The period of economic and artistic ﬂourishing that lasted from 1400 to 1600 b. The period ofreligious wars between rival churches that lasted from 1550 to
1650 c The period of the Roman Empire when Christianity began to develop [0 to
' " -- 476)
@The period ofbarbarism between the fall of the Roman Empire and the
Renaissance (476 to 1400} 1 . at is a troubadour?
a. a poet—singer who performed for aristocrats
b. a street musician who provided accompaniment for peasant dances c. an organist who accompanied church choirs
d. a highly skilled violinist who played sold~out concerts 14. What is the term for the density and arrangement of musical lines [e.g.
v. monophony, homophony, or polyphony) within a composition? .._ K timbre
_b. 3 texture
\d\ d amics
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