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ch_17 - CHAPTER 17 RomanticOpera MultipleChoiceQuestions...

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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 17 Romantic Opera Multiple-Choice Questions Listening 1. Aida, “La fatal pietra,” from Tomb Scene, Act IV, scene ii, p. 280 Who composed “La fatal pietra”? a. Richard Wagner b. Georges Bizet c. Giacomo Puccini d. Giuseppe Verdi 3. Aida, “La fatal pietra,” from Tomb Scene, Act IV, scene ii, p. 280 “La fatal pietra” from Aida is a(n): a. art song. b. aria. c. recitative. d. arioso. 5. Aida, “La fatal pietra,” from Tomb Scene, Act IV, scene ii, p. 280 “La fatal pietra” is from a(n): a. song cycle for voice and orchestra. b. opera. c. oratorio. d. lied. 7. Aida, “Morir! si pura e bella!” from Tomb Scene, Act IV, scene ii, p. 280 Who composed “Morir! si pura e bella!”? a. Giacomo Puccini b. Giuseppe Verdi c. Richard Wagner d. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 8. Aida, “Morir! si pura e bella!” from Tomb Scene, Act IV, scene ii, p. 280 “Morir! si pura e bella!” from Aida is the first line of a(n): a. aria. b. recitative. c. arioso. d. duet. 9. Aida, “Morir! si pura e bella!” from Tomb Scene, Act IV, scene ii, p. 280
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Test Bank to Accompany Listen , Sixth Edition Copyright © 2008 by Bedford/St. Martin's The performing forces in the section starting with “Morir! si pura e bella!” from
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