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Module One: Text Questions
1. What are the basic elements of music? The basic elements of music is something
that gives music its unique characteristics. It also uses different melody,
harmony, rhythm, tone form, temp
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Module Four: Text Questions
1. What were the three forms of English madrigals? Describe each type.
2. What were chorales? Why were they popular?
3. What is a consort?
4. Who was Guillaume Dufay? What contributions d
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Module Four: Lab Questions
Your first lab link, about Renaissance Music, can be found at VAM.ac.uk.
Read the articles at the link above and answer the questions about them.
1. Who were the Poor Clares? Why is it somewhat surprising
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Module Three: Lab Questions
Your first lab link, about Medieval and Renaissance instruments, can be found at Iowa State
1. The following answers are located in the articles. Read through the articles to answer
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Module Three: Text Questions
1. What are the Hurrian songs? Why are they important?
2. What is the Natya Shastra? Why is it important?
3. Who were troubadours? What was their music like?
4. What are the modes in Wes
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Module Two: Lab Questions
Your first lab link, about divas and superstars, can be found at PBS.org.
1. Who sang at the Grammys in Spanish in the late 1990s? What was the reaction?
2. When did Latin music burst back on the scene? Wh
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Module Two: Text Questions
1. What is popular music?
2. What theme does pop music typically use in the lyrics? Describe one pop song that uses
this theme. Why is this theme such a popular one?
3. What is disco? What
Section Review 9-3
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Permian mass extinctions
A theory that an
dramatic rise in
levels of carbon
the massive dieoff 251 million
List the periods of the Mesozoic Era and describe one majo