Listening Quiz G#7

Listening Quiz G#7 - Listening Quiz G Your response has...

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Listening Quiz G Your response has been submitted successfully.   Points Awarded  20 Points Missed  0 Percentage  100% 1. Regarding the Charles Ives composition "At the River", the voice and the piano  accompaniment are in different meters but the same key. Points Earned: 5/5 Correct Answer: False Your Response: False 2. Comparing the listening examples "The Banshee", "The Perilous Night", "General Putnam's  Camp" and "Afro-American Symphony", which sounds the most traditional (like music from  the 19th century)? A. The Banshee B. The Perilous Night
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2011 for the course MUS 123 taught by Professor Tba during the Spring '09 term at Parkland.

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