Exam 3 Review - Exam 3 Review 1 What separates Beethoven's...

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Exam 3 Review 1. What separates Beethoven’s genius from Mozart’s? a. ??? 2. Who catalogued Mozart’s music? a. Koechel 3. Who catalogued Haydn’s music? a. Hoboken 4. Which character in Don Giovanni was a servant whose master had a large number of girlfriends throughout Europe? a. Leporello 5. What was Beethoven’s philosophy regarding the role of an artist in society? a. Something based on the fact that he was among the first to say that art was meant to help spiritually fulfill people 6. The Erlking is an example of what genre? Define the genre. a. Song cycle – group of art songs unified by a story line that runs through their poems, or by musical ideas linking the songs; often found in romantic music 7. What is thematic transformation? a. Alteration of the character of a theme by means of changes in dynamics, orchestration, or rhythm, when it returns in a later movement or section; often found in romantic music 8. Which genre is described as “a one movement composition with a flexibility of form”? a. ??? 9. T/F: Symphony Fantastique was inspired by an “opium induced vision.” a. False 10. Which term describes a Romantic tendency to set operas in foreign locations? a. ??? 11. What is the best definition of a musical theme assigned to a character, object, or place? a.
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This test prep 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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