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MUSHISTCHAP5 - CHAPTER 5. 1. The first description of...

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CHAPTER 5. 1. The first description of polyphonic music is contained in _______ a. The Wincester Trope b. Ad organum faciendum c. Musica enchiriadis d. Magnus Liber Organi e. Ars cantus mensurabilis 2. Which composer composed quadruplum, or organa for four voices? a. Leonin b. Perotin c. Franco of Cologne d. Anonymous IV e. Petrus de Cruce 3. The medieval motet began as an elaboration or troping of which genre? a. substitute clausulae b. florid organum c. sequence d. conductus e. Alleluia 4. A new system of rhythmic notation based on relationships among the shapes of individual notes and their duration was described in the thirteenth century by_______. a. Guido of Arezzo b. Perotin c. Franco of Cologne d. Johannes de Garlandia e. Anonymous IV 5. The voice that holds the chant melody is called the_________. a. tenor b. cauda c. organal voice d. original voice e. tropes 6. Discant in the style of composition used to set the ____________. a. troped sections of chant b. melismatic sections of solo portions of chant c. syllabic sections of choral portions of chant d. melismatic sections of choral portions of chant e. syllabic sections of choral portions of chant
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7. Which of the following is not a feature of the polyphonic conductus? a. The tenor voice came from Gregorian chant. b. The text was rhymed metrical poetry. c.
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