ch_11 - CHAPTER 11 Prelude Music and the Enlightenment...

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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 11 Prelude Music and the Enlightenment Multiple-Choice Questions 1. Prelude: Music and the Enlightenment, p. 169 The Classical style emerged in the ________ century. a. early seventeenth b. mid-seventeenth c. early eighteenth d. mid-eighteenth 6. Art and Entertainment, p. 171 Music during the Enlightenment was meant to: a. stir up strong emotions. b. glorify God. c. please and entertain. d. enlighten the world with rational, intellectual polyphony. 7. Art and Entertainment, p. 172 The light, decorative, frivolous style of art and music that developed during the mid-eighteenth century was called: a. Rococo. b. Baroque. c. Viennese Classical style. d. salon style. 11. Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Opera, p. 173 Rousseau desired: a. more polyphony in symphonies. b. more complex plots in opera. c.
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