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Question 11 / 1 pointWhich piece discussed in this chapter was banned by the Russian authorities?Question options:The Fifth Symphony by ShostakovichHáry Jánosby KodályFantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallisby Vaughan WilliamsFinlandiaby SibeliusQuestion 21 / 1 pointWhich composer discussed in this chapter wrote film music, symphonies, and awealth of vocal music?Question 1 / 1 point
3Hungarian composer Béla Bartók often quoted folk melodies that he had collected, but also wrote in a freely modernist style inspired by folk tunes without directly quoting them.Question 41 / 1 pointMany modern commentators suggest that Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony was actually an oblique protest against the strict artistic policies of tsarist Russia.Question 51 / 1 pointListen to the excerpt from Vaughan Williams's Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. What instrumental forces are "competing" in this section? 29sQuestion options:The strings and brassTwo entire "sub-orchestras"The woodwinds and percussion
The choral ensemble and the orchestraQuestion 61 / 1 pointListen to the excerpt from the second movement of Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony. Which theme is displayed here? 30sQuestion options:The lumbering first themeThe shrill second themeThe jaunty third themeThe simple tune of the trio sectionQuestion 71 / 1 pointMatch the Britten opera to its source in literature.__2__Billy Budd1.poem by Crabbe
__3__The Turn of the Screw__1__Peter Grimes__4__Death in Venice2.Short novel by Melville3.Ghost story by James4.Novella by Mann