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MUSHISTCHAP7 - CHAPTER 7 1. The Renaissance period is...

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CHAPTER 7 1. The Renaissance period is marked by an interest in____. a. Ancient Greek culture b. Religious conversion c. Exotic cultures d. Preserving medieval ideals e. Equality for all humans no matter what their economic status 2. The renaissance period of music comprises roughly which centuries? a. 13 th and 14th b. 14 th and 15th c. 15th and 16th d. 16 th and 18th e. 14 th thru 17 th 3. The movement to embrace human knowledge was called a. humanism b. Secularism c. Secular humanism d. medievalism e. chiaroscuro 4. Renaissance painters achieved realistic effects by the use of_____. a. More advanced application of medieval techniques b. Principles they learned from Greek treatises c. Paints with chemical additives imported from N. Africa d. Techniques borrowed from Byzantine style e. Perspective and treatment of light 5. Court chapels were significant for music history because… a. Musicians deposited copies of their manuscripts there. b. Contracts for guilds, the predecessors of unions, were signed there c. They hired musicians for both sacred and secular music d. They settled disputes between musicians and employers e. They published the works of important composers 6. For much of the Renaissance, musicians working in Italy had been trained in___. a. Italy b. France, the Netherlands, or Flanders c. England d. Spain e. Byzantium
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7. In Italy, the main patrons for music were ______. a. The heads of small city states and the church b. Major cathedrals c. The king and some of the nobility under him d. The middle class e. Young ladies who played the keyboard as part of their education 8. The theorist who first described counterpoint that considered thirds and sixths consonances was ____. a. Boethius b. Tinctoris c. Zarlino d. Walter Odington e. Petrucci 9. Temperament is _______. a.
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MUSHISTCHAP7 - CHAPTER 7 1. The Renaissance period is...

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