Die Fledermaus The Blue Danube Voices of Spring The Pirates of Penzance all of

Die fledermaus the blue danube voices of spring the

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Die Fledermaus The Blue Danube Voices of Spring The Pirates of Penzance
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all of these none of these 2 / 2 pts Question 11 During Ravel's travels in America: he met George Gershwin he met Louis Armstrong he encountered the sounds of jazz, which he embraced b and c only a & c only none of these 2 / 2 pts Question 12 The Blue Danube Waltz was composed by: Debussy Fauré Ravel Satie none of these
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2 / 2 pts Question 13 Fauré's ______________ is his finest choral work. Pirates of Penzance Die Fledermaus Mass in B minor Blue Danube Waltz None of these 2 / 2 pts Question 14 Miroirs was composed by: Debussy Fauré Ravel Satie none of these 2 / 2 pts Question 15 Images was composed by:
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Debussy Fauré Ravel Satie none of these 2 / 2 pts Question 16 The composer known as the Waltz King was: Johann Strauss, Jr. Richard Strauss W. S. Gilbert Arthur Sullivan none of these none of these 2 / 2 pts Question 17 The significance of Debussy's embrace of elements of Asian music was: it led him to a lifelong exploration of other musical cultures it provided alternate ways of organizing sound
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his incorporation of some its elements broke with tradition it caused him to eventually compose for non-Western musical instruments a. and b. b. and c. c and d none of these 2 / 2 pts Question 18 La Mer was composed by: Debussy Fauré Ravel Satie none of these 2 / 2 pts Question 19 The British duo of Gilbert & Sullivan excelled in the writing of: symphonies sinfoniettas
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operas operettas waltzes none of these 2 / 2 pts Question 20 What was/were the effect(s) of Debussy's rejection of the concept of cadence? it allowed him the freedom to explore combining sound in an entirely new fashion it implied a rejection or break with tonality as it had been previously practiced it led to a reaction from composers such as Ravel, who returned to traditional practices a and b only a and c only b and c only all of these Quiz Score: 40 out of 40
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