2 for the identification of terms you should study

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the beginnings of pieces, and of information about them. (2) For the identification of terms, you should study the various items on the list below. Again, keep in mind that multiple-choice can be tricky; you need to have a solid idea of what each term is, to distinguish from the many things it isn't. (3) The essay questions will be broader in nature. For these, you need to be able to provide discussions of the issues involved. A better essay answer will address more of those issues; a minimal answer will not get the best grade. (4) The bonus question gives you extra credit. It will likely ask you to critically examine some kind of ‘rock paraphernalia’ (an anecdote, a video, a recording you haven’t heard yet) and place it in the context of styles and issues that we’ve discussed so far. Not all of the items given on the list will (or could) appear on the test, but all the items that do appear on the test will be taken from the list below. In other words, there will be no ‘surprises’ that appear on the exam. I know that this list may look like a lot of material to study. Much of the material is closely interrelated, however, and learning one term, concept, or work will quickly connect it to a variety of other terms and concepts from the list. If you work through the list several times before the exam, I think you will find that these terms will start to make sense and hang together as a coherent network of ideas and themes.
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The review sheet is deliberately ‘open-ended’ in its appearance so that you might be able to come up with your own definitions and associations for each term. I encourage you to re-work and rearrange it as you see fit, and I also recommend that you don’t study each section in complete isolation—let the pieces in the ‘Listening Items’ lead you to the concepts in the ‘Technical, stylistic, and historical terms’ and essay questions. For each term below, I have to leave it up to
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