MIP11309, Quiz4

MIP11309, Quiz4 - Music 113, Program 04 Professor Marc Fink

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Music 113, Program 04 Professor Marc Fink http://hum.lss.wisc.edu/mdfink Learn@UW Friday, February 13, 2009 Mills Concert Hall, Humanities Building 1:20 p.m. JESSICA JOHNSON, piano featuring Martha Fischer and Todd Welbourne, piano Ballad in Db major, Op. 6 (1894) Amy Beach (1867-1944) Sonata No. 9, “Black Mass”, Op. 68 (1912-13) Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915) Guernica Dances for two pianos (1995) Erik Santos (b. 1967) Martha Fischer, piano Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues for two pianos (1980) Frederic Rzewski (b. 1938) Todd Welbourne, piano Professor Jessica Johnson and colleagues can be heard in concert in this hall on Thursday, February 19, 7:30 p.m. UW-Madison students with valid ID are admitted without charge. Quiz Questions 1. American composer. Amy Beach, studied piano with: A. John Tesh B. Franz Liszt C. Yanni D. Nora the cat 2. Scriabin’s 9 th Sonata for piano was nicknamed the “Black Mass” because of it’s A. Cheerful mood B. Steady beat C. Mysterious dissonance and mystical overtones influenced by Russian theosophy
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MIP11309, Quiz4 - Music 113, Program 04 Professor Marc Fink

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