ch_05 - CHAPTER 5 The Middle Ages Multiple-Choice Questions...

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Test Bank to Accompany Listen , Sixth Edition Copyright © 2008 by Bedford/St. Martin's C H A P T E R 5 The Middle Ages Multiple-Choice Questions Listening 4. “In paradisum,” p. 62 “In paradisum” is sung by: a. mixed choir. b. women’s voices. c. men’s voices plus drone. d. men’s voices. 10. “Columba aspexit,” p. 63 What is the texture of “Columba aspexit,” excluding the instrumental accompaniment? a. monophony b. homophony c. imitative polyphony d. nonimitative polyphony 19. “Alleluia. Diffusa est gratia,” p. 68 Who composed “Alleluia. Diffusa est gratia”? a. Pérotin b. Léonin c. Josquin Desprez d. Guillaume Dufay 21. “Alleluia. Diffusa est gratia,” p. 68 The performing forces in “Alleluia. Diffusa est gratia” are: a. male voices, unaccompanied. b. an organ and a solo male voice. c. a bowed stringed instrument and a solo male voice. d. a mixed choir, unaccompanied. Topics 31. The Middle Ages, p. 58 The Middle Ages, or medieval era, covers the time period of the: a. fifth century to the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. b. twelfth century to the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. c. ninth and tenth centuries to the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. d. fourth and fifth centuries to the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.
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Test Bank to Accompany Listen , Sixth Edition Copyright © 2008 by Bedford/St. Martin's 32. Music and the Church: Plainchant, p. 58 The early history of Western music was dominated by: a. troubadours. b. the Christian church. c. trouvères. d. motets. 34. Music and the Church: Plainchant, p. 58 Most of the music of medieval times that has been preserved for us was written down by: a. kings and queens. b. professional instrumentalists. c. amateur singers and instrumentalists. d. members of religious orders. 35. Music and the Church: Plainchant, p. 58 The type of music most likely to be written down in the Middle Ages was: a. music of the troubadours and trouvères. b.
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