ch_22 - CHAPTER 22 The Late Twentieth Century...

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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 22 The Late Twentieth Century Multiple-Choice Questions Listening 2. Lux aeterna, p. 377 Who composed Lux aeterna ? a. Arnold Schoenberg b. Anton Webern c. Alban Berg d. György Ligeti 3. Lux aeterna, p. 377 The performing forces in Lux aeterna consist of: a. organ and several vocal soloists. b. many voices: some soloists, the rest singing together. c. a flute, a recorder, and many voices. d. many voices: some soloists, the rest singing together, and musique concrète. 7. Poème électronique, p. 379 In Poème électronique many interesting sounds are heard, including: a. a harpsichord. b. a celesta. c. a solo soprano. d. a violin. 9. Music for 18 Musicians, p. 382 The performing forces in Music for 18 Musicians include, among others: a. a vibraphone, two clarinets, and four singers. b. recorded nature sounds and strings. c.
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