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20.Gregorian chantA.is monophonic in texture.B.is polyphonic in texture.C.is homophonic in texture.D.has no texture.Answer: A
21.Gregorian chant consists of
22.Which of the following isnottrue of Gregorian chant?
23.Gregorian chant is seldom heard today because
24.Gregorian chant melodies tend to moveA.by leaps over a wide range of pitches.B.stepwise within a narrow range of pitches.C.infrequently, remaining on a single tone for long stretches.D.only by perfect intervals.Answer: B
25.Gregorian chant is named after Pope Gregory I, who
26.Pope Gregory the Great
27.The two types of services at which monks and nuns sang were
28.The highlight of the day for monks and nuns wasA.the service before sunrise.B.the service after sunset.C.the evening feast.D.the mass.Answer: D

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