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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER 6 The Renaissance Multiple-Choice Questions Listening 12. Pange lingua Mass, p. 83 What is the predominant texture of Pange lingua? a. monophony b. homophony c. imitative polyphony d. nonimitative polyphony 15. Pope Marcellus Mass, p. 87 The performing forces in Pope Marcellus consist of: a. voices and organ. b. voices and brass instruments. c. voices and string instruments. d. voices alone. 24. “Daphne,” p. 91 The performing forces in “Daphne” consist of: a. early violins. b. early violins and lute. c. recorders, early violins, and harpsichord. d. organ and early violins. Topics 34. Guillaume Dufay, p. 77 Where is the birthplace of Dufay (and many other important composers of his day) and where did he spend his career? a. London; Paris b. northern France near Belgium; Italy c. southern France; Munich d. Italy; northern France near Flanders 38. The Mass, p. 80 The most important of the daily church services was the: a. Office. b. Mass. c. proper. Test Bank to Accompany Listen, Sixth Edition Copyright © 2008 by Bedford/St. Martin's d. vespers. 39. The Mass, p. 80 The five sections of the polyphonic Mass are: a. Kyrie, Eleison, Christe, Eleison, Kyrie. b. Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Agnus Dei. c. Kyrie, Gloria, Cantus, Sanctus, Agnus Dei. d. Kyrie, Gloria, Communion, Sanctus, Agnus Dei. 40. The Mass, p. 80 Which is not a movement of the Mass? a. Credo b. Sanctus c. Cantus d. Gloria 49. Josquin Desprez, p. 82 Who was the first master of the High Renaissance style? a. Thomas Weelkes b. Josquin Desprez c. Guillaume Dufay d. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina 55. Music as Expression, p. 84 Renaissance composers were inspired to explore the power of music to express human feelings. Their inspiration came from the: a. church. b. court. c. ancient Greeks. d. ancient Egyptians. 70. Instrumental Music: Early Developments, p. 91 The basis for the development of great Baroque instrumental music was laid in: a. ancient Greece b. the Middle Ages c. the ars nova d. the Renaissance Essay Questions 1. The Renaissance, p. 76 Renaissance means “rebirth.” What was reborn during the Renaissance and what was the source of the inspiration for the Renaissance? Discuss. 10. The Mass, p. 80 What is the Mass? Name the five parts of the Mass. 18. Music as Expression, p. 84 How did the idea of expressiveness in music change from the medieval period to the Renaissance? What inspired this change? Test Bank to Accompany Listen, Sixth Edition Copyright © 2008 by Bedford/St. Martin's 21. Late Renaissance Music, p. 86 Name four composers of the High Renaissance who contributed to the distribution of this musical style throughout most of Europe and England. 27. Instrumental Music: Early Developments, p. 90 What are some instruments that date from the sixteenth century? Which one was originally from the near East? GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES 2 Music and Early European Colonialism Multiple-Choice Questions 1. Music and Early European Colonialism, p. 93 The first great phase of European expansion into other parts of the world was from __________ to __________. a. 1780; 1820 b. 1680; 1720 c. 1580; 1620 d. 1480; 1620 6. Inca Processional Music, p. 94 The words of “Hanaq pachap Kusikuynin” is in the native Andean language: a. Nahuatl. b. Basque. c. Quechua. d. Mayan. Essay Questions 1. Music and Early European Colonialism, p. 93 Discuss briefly the early explorers of the 1480s to 1620s. 3. Cultural Conquest and Music, p. 93 What reports of music and rituals came back to Europe from the explorers, soldiers, and missionaries of the 1480s to 1620s? Discuss the accuracy of these reports. Test Bank to Accompany Listen, Sixth Edition Copyright © 2008 by Bedford/St. Martin's ...
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