part 2 multiple choice 2 - 1) The texture of Renaissance...

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Sheet1 Page 1 1) The texture of Renaissance music is chiefly *A)*monophonic. *B)*homophonic. *C)*polyphonic. *D)*heterophonic. 2) The dominant intellectual movement of the Renaissance was called *A)*feudalism. *B)*humanism. *C)*classicism. *D)*paganism. 3) A cappella refers to *A)*unaccompanied choral music. *B)*men taking their hats off in church. *C)*singing in a hushed manner because one is in church. *D)*any form of music appropriate for church use. 4) The musical representation of specific poetic images was known as *A)*madrigal. *B)*ballet. *C)*word painting. *D)*motet. 5) Renaissance melodies are usually easy to sing because *A)*the level of musicianship in the Renaissance was not very high. *B)*the music was mostly homophonic, so that one could sing it with a group. *C)*there was a sharply defined beat, which kept the performers together. *D)*the melody usually moves along a scale with few large leaps. 6) The reason Renaissance music sounds fuller than Medieval music is because
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2010 for the course MUS 300 taught by Professor Kennedy during the Spring '10 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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