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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 7 The Early Baroque Period Multiple-Choice Questions Listening 5. “O magnum mysterium,” p. 97 What are the performing forces of “O magnum mysterium”? a. choirs b. choirs and organ c. choirs, brass instruments, and organ d. choirs, brass instruments, woodwind instruments, and organ Topics 35. From Renaissance to Baroque, p. 95 Opera began in: a. London around 1500. b. Rome around 1450. c. Paris around 1200. d. Florence around 1600. 39. The Gabrielis, p. 97 Who were the most important composers in Venice around 1600? a. Claudio Monteverdi and Arcangelo Corelli b. Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli c. Arcangelo Corelli and Henry Purcell d. Giovanni Gabrieli and Claudio Monteverdi 43. Style Features of Early Baroque Music, p. 98 The original meaning of baroque was: a. a piece of music broken into several sections. b. plainchant. c. a perfectly shaped pearl. d. an irregularly shaped pearl. 45.
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