Quiz 2 Review - 1. The Renaissance involved which of the...

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1. The Renaissance involved which of the following trends? a. ?? 2. Which genre survives today in pieces like “Deck the Halls”? a. falala 3. Which type of Baroque harmonic shorthand told performers which chords to play? a. Numbers like in jazz 4. Which composer wrote a vocal piece that we listened to in class that attempted to illustrate a battle? a. Khunau 5. What is terraced dynamics? a. Sections of the music are either soft or loud, no gradual changes 6. The basso continuo part was played by _____. a. Not quite sure what he’s asking for 7. The concierto grosso was written for which two contrasting musical forces? a. Large group and soloists 8. Which type of piece can be found in Musica Transalpina ? a. Italian madrigal collection 9. Which group of church officials gathered together to decide that it should be easy to hear sacred texts set to music and that complex polyphony shouldn’t get in the way? a. Council of Trent 10. What genre was La Manana de San Juan ? a. secular 11. T/F: The doctrine of the affections was a treaty that commanded composers to make music that made everyone feel good. a. False 12. Which composer did we discuss who is not mentioned at all in the book? a. ?? 13. What was significant about the previous composer? a.
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course MUL 2010 taught by Professor Goldblatt during the Summer '06 term at University of Florida.

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Quiz 2 Review - 1. The Renaissance involved which of the...

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