Great russian composer igor stravinsky whose 1913

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great Russian composer, Igor Stravinsky, whose 1913 ballet, The Rite of Spring, radically transformed the world of classical music. What made Stravinsky's music so different?His music is propelled by functional harmonic progressionHis music is propelled by sheer force of rhythm
His music displays an absence of repeated motivic figuresHis music displays a striking absence of ostinatos
Question 231 / 1 ptsAfter Marion collapses to the bathroom floor, the camera leisurely pansover to a view of the newspaper with the money inside it. What is the intended purpose of this shot?
Question 241 / 1 ptsIn the peephole scene, we see Norman replace the painting on the walland walk out of the parlor to the house. Precisely as he begins to moveforward, the strings play the obsessive rhythm pizzicato (that is, plucking the strings). What is the effect of playing this rhythm pizzicato?
Question 251 / 1 ptsIn the temptation scene, which of the following does NOT contribute toour identification with Marion?
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Question 271 / 1 pts
Who wrote the score for Goldfinger?
Question 281 / 1 ptsIn Easy Rider, what song makes reference to “smoke and lightning” and “heavy metal thunder”?

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