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MUSHISTCHAP6 - 1. Which feature of Ars Nova composition was...

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1. Which feature of Ars Nova composition was most offensive to conservatives? a. isorhythm b. duple meter c. division of semibreves d. fast-moving upper parts e. secular texts 2. Roman de Fauvel was____________. a. the composer who wrote the Ars Nova treatise b. an allegorical story interspersed with Ars Nova music c. the theorist who objected to the Ars Nova style d. a book of rules for how to notate Ars Nova style e. a book of rules for how to notate Ars Nova motets f. a thirteenth-century writer whose thinking influenced fourteenth-century composers 3. Which of the following letter schemes best represents the form of the ballade? a. AAB b. AbbaA c. aabC d. AbaAabAB e. aaaaaaaa . . . . (strophic) 4. Which of the following letter schemes best represents the form of the rondeau? a. AAB b. AbbaA c. aabC d. AbaAabAB e. aaaaaaaa . . . . (strophic) 5. In three-voice secular songs by Machaut_______. a. all parts move in roughly equal note values b. the top two parts carry the melody, while the lower voice is slow moving. c. The top part carries the melody, while the lower voices are slow-moving d. Isorhythm is used in all parts throughout e. Each voice sings a separate poetic text. 6. Who wrote a famous treatise and composed isorhythmic motets? a. Guillaume de Machaut b. Philippe de Vitry c. Johannes Ciaconia d. Francesco Landini e. Jacopo da Bologna 7. Who composed isorhythmic motets, polyphonic songs, and a Mass Ordinary setting? a. Guillaume de Machaut
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b. Philippe de Vitry c. Johannes Ciconia d. Francesco Landini e. Jacopo da Bologna 8. Who was the blind composer known for his ballate? a. Guillaume de Machaut b. Phillippe de Virty c. Johannes Ciconia d. Francesco Landini e. Jacopo da Bologna 9. In an isorhythmic work, the repeating rhythmic pattern is called the _________. a.
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2010 for the course 700 291 taught by Professor Baird during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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