Unformatted text preview: "'4‘ 18. Music of the _ represented one emotion" per movement. _ _ . _ ,
a. Baroque b. Classical (1. Romantic . - . 2 :1... r ‘ ”1’9? Composers of the ___ were supported mostly by the patronage system.
a. Baroque b. Classical 7 _ d. Romantic £0.” Composers of the __ were supported mostly by church.
a. Baroque b. Classical d. Romantic 2t. Composers of the _ were considered artists and. not necessarily supported by a patron or church. .
a. Baroque b. Classical .d. Romantic 22. Antonio Vivaldi was born in _.
a. England b. German c. italy d. France 23. George Frederic Handel was a _ composer. , ~ -
3. Italian b. German 0. Turkish d. Austrian 12¢; Both Handel and Haydn spent much time on travels in _.
a. England b. German ‘ . _..c. ltaly -- , d; France ZKFranz Joseph Haydn worked most of his life at the Esterhaza palace in ____. -- -
a. Austria b. Hungary c.lGermany d. France 26. Franz Joseph Haydn and Mozart were both _.
3. Italian b. German c. Turkish d. Austrian ' 2?. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived from _. __
at. 1732-1809 ' b.1756-1791 c. 1770-1827 28. Mozart learned piano and violin from his sister Nannerl and his father _____.
a. Tamino b. Kari c. Johanna d. Leopold 29. Mozart traveled on tours 20 as a child _.
a. prodigy ' 1b. virtuoso c. derelict 30. Mozart excelled at composing in the genre of ____. I
a. opera b. chamber music 0. piano concerto d. all (a.b.c.) 31. Mozart was given burial.
'a. a commoner’s b. an aristocratic _ ‘ c. a royal d. an unknown 82'.’Franz Liszt was from Hungary and most famous as a ____.
a. composer b. performer . . c. conductor d. all (a.b.c.) 33. Lieder are most often accompanied by _____.
a. an orchestra b. a string quartet c. a piano d. a singer 34. When people gathered around the piano to sing songs in their homes during Schubert’s lifetime, it was called a
a. Schubertiade b. Minnesingers c. Schubert feste d. salon ,—.— ‘ 35. Franz Schubert was most successful in the _ genre,
a. symphony b. string quartet c. piano works d. lieder 36. Franz Schubert lived during the ___.
a. Baroque era b. Classical era 0. Romantic era ...
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