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Music 102 - Final Study Guide Spring 2014

9 .   Medieval music that consists of Gregorian chant and one or more additional melodic lines is called ____.
a. fugue
b. 
c. madrigal
d . oratorio
Answer:  b.   organum
10 .   Cantus firmus is the term used for _____.
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11 .   The medieval jongleurs , important sources of information in b a time when there were no newspapers , were ____.
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12 .   The composers Leonin and Perotin ____.
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13 .   Among other causes , secular music became more important than sacred music in the fourteenth century because ____.
a. the literature of the time stressed earthly sensuality
b. rival popes claimed authority at the same time , thereby weakening the authority of the church
c. the feudal system had gone into decline , partly due to the plague
d . 
Answer:  d .   all of the above
14 .   The Notre Dame Mass by Guillaume de Machaut ____.
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15 .   A movement called _ ___ was the dominant intellectual movement of the Renaissance .
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16 .   The two main forms of sacred Renaissance music are the Mass Ordinary and the motet . The motet we listened to was ____.
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17 .   A cappella music , which was the Renaissance ideal , is ____.
a . Songs accompanied by organ
b . 
c . Small groups of instruments playing without voices
d . Polyphonic vocal music with one accompanying instrument
Answer:  b .   Polyphonic vocal music with no accompaniment
18 .   The Mass Ordinary consists of the following five movements :
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1 .   The most important composers in England and Italy during the early and middle baroque were _____.
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2 .   Baroque style flourished in music during the period ___.
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3 .   The two giants of composition in the high baroque style were ____.
a . Henry Purcell and Antonio Vivaldi
b . Johann Christian Bach and George Frederic Handel
c. Galileo Galilei and Johann Sebastian Bach
d . 
Answer:  d .   George Frederic Handel and Johann Sebastian Bach
4 .   The early and late baroque periods differed in that composers in the early baroque ___.
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5 .   Dido and Aeneas , which many consider to be the finest opera ever written to an English text , was composed by ___.
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6 .   Affections in baroque usage refers to ____.
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7 .   The compelling drive and energy in baroque music are usually provided by ___.
a . a sexy text
b. complex harmonic progressions
c. 
Answer:  c.   repeated rhythmic patterns
13. Among other causes, secular music became more important than sacred music in the fourteenth century because ____.a. the literature of the time stressed earthly sensualityb. rival popes claimed authority at the same time, thereby weakening the authority of the churchc. the feudal system had gone into decline, partly due to the plagued. all of the above
14. The Notre DameMass by Guillaume de Machaut ____.
15. A movement called ____ was the dominant intellectual movement of the Renaissance.
16. The two main forms of sacred Renaissance music are the Mass Ordinary and the motet. The motet we listened to was ____.
17. A cappella music, which was the Renaissance ideal, is ____.a. Songs accompanied by organb. Polyphonic vocal music with no accompanimentc. Small groups of instruments playing without voicesd. Polyphonic vocal music with one accompanying instrument
18. The Mass Ordinary consists of the following five movements:
Quiz 2 - Baroque1. The most important composers in England and Italy during the early and middle baroque were _____.
2. Baroque style flourished in music during the period ___.
3. The two giants of composition in the high baroque style were ____.a. Henry Purcell and Antonio Vivaldib. Johann Christian Bach and George Frederic Handelc. Galileo Galilei and Johann Sebastian Bachd. George Frederic Handel and Johann Sebastian Bach
4. The early and late baroque periods differed in that composers in the early baroque ___.
5. Dido and Aeneas, which many consider to be the finest opera ever written to an English text, was composed by ___.

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