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Study Skills Paper 2

Study Skills Paper 2 - Zach Pruski Study Skills Project...

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Zach Pruski Study Skills Project, CAEN 6/13/07 Part 1 1. Kids Barely Make Bad Choices Korsakov, Balakirev, Mussorgsky, Borodin, Cui: The Russian Five. 2. Children Must Study Seriously Chopin, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Schubert: Romantic Composers. 3. Boys Like Sweet Women Berlioz, Liszt, Strauss, Wagner: Revolutionaries Composers. 4. Please Go Buy Me Some Stamps Paradis, Gluck, Bach, Martinez, Sammartini, Stamitz: Classical Composers. 5. Take My Right Hand Timbre, Melodic, Rhythmic, Harmonic: Musical Qualities.
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Zach Pruski Study Skills Project, CAEN 6/13/07 Part 4 Multiple Choice 1. French Composer especially known for his operas, most famous is “Orfeo ed Euridice” a. Carl Phillips Emmanuel Bach b. Johann Christian Bach c. Christopher Willibald Gluck d. Marianne von Martinez 2. Viennese composer of songs, operas and cantanas, renowned as composer and concert pianist a. Marianne von Martinez b. Maria Theresia von Paradis c. Giovanni Battista Sammartini d. Johann Stamitz 3. Important in the development of early symphonies, especially in standardization of form, the structure of the orchestra and use of crescendo and dynamics 4. Italian organist and composer, lived in Milan, especially important in development of Classical style; wrote symphonies, concertos, sonatas, operas
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Zach Pruski Study Skills Project, CAEN 6/13/07 5. Son of J.S. Bach, court composer to Frederick the Great from 1740-68, then became music director of the 5 principal churches in Hamburg a. Carl Phillips Emmanuel Bach b. Johann Christian Bach c. Christoph Willibald Gluck d.
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