music 15 midterm

music 15 midterm - SECTION I Multiple Choice...

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SECTION I – Multiple Choice -Identification of listening examples from the syllabus (title, composer, time period, genre, other elements or characteristics relevant to the work). The pieces will be played from either the start of the piece or a section that was highlighted in class (ex. Homorhythmic ending of Josquin’s Ave Maria ). -Questions relating to terms used in class -Details of music in its historical context -Composer biographies -Section assignments (The “Power” of Music and Authenticity) SECTION II - Short Answer You will be asked to answer one of the following four questions on the exam. Since you don’t know which question will be chosen, be sure to study all of them. Your answer should be around five to eight sentences in length and include the title and composer of the piece(s) you use as examples. 1) Why was the predominant style of chant in the Middle Ages called “Gregorian” chant? Discuss the general characteristics of chant while citing one example from class.
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2011 for the course SOCIOLOGY 1 taught by Professor Mullin during the Spring '11 term at UCSB.

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