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W09 Study: The Palace of Versailles (Video)Why was Nicholas Fouquet imprisoned?
What was theFronde?
What was the Palace of Versailles before Louis XIV had it remodeled?
What did Louis XIV call himself?
W09 Study: Introduction to the BaroqueWhat did the wordbaroccooriginally refer to?
What does the wordaffectionmean?
What are the humors?
Which philosopher saw the world as a perfectly ordered and mathematically inspiredcreation?
Which country saw the most destruction in the Thirty Years War?
Which country was wracked by a Civil War between 1642 - 1649?
What was another name for the rum-sugar-slave trade in 17thand 18thcenturies?
Who used his telescope to prove the heliocentric nature of the solar system?
W09 Study: Baroque MusicWhat was the belief that music had the ability and purpose of moving the emotions?
What was the name of the style where the bass and harmonies played continuously regardlessof what instruments or voices were carrying the melody?
What do we call it when performers improvise notes not written on the page?
What do we call it when the chords and melodic figures clearly outline a strong sense ofhome key?
The birth of what art form marks the beginning of the Baroque era?
What kind of singing features music where the words are clearly enunciated in a speech-likemanner with simple accompaniment?
What is the name of singing where the music becomes more important than the words andseeks to explore a single emotion of the character?
Where did Handel settle and write most of his oratorios?
What do we call many notes on a single syllable of text?
What musical instrument (besides the voice) was most characteristic of the Baroque era?
What do we call a multi-movement instrumental work for one or two solo musicalinstruments?
What do we call a large work for full orchestra, with contrasting sections played by a soloinstrument or small group?
What do we call a section of a composition that keeps returning throughout?
What musical composition sounds like improvisatory finger exercises on a keyboard?
What is the main theme of a fugue called?
What do we call the first section of a fugue?

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Term
Fall
Professor
ERIC BLANCHARD
Tags
World War II, The Wealth of Nations, Symphony, Sonata form, The Storm, Louis XIV call

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