Chapter Quiz Introductory



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Chapter Quiz

Introductory
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Question 1

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This composer used unconventional techniques on stringed instruments in one of his works, written for string orchestra.

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Please refer to page 135 in the section entitled Music and Remembrance: Three Responses to World War II in your textbook.


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Krzystof Penderecki

Correct

 

Benjamin Britten

Incorrect

 

John Philip Sousa

Incorrect

 

Olivier Messiaen

Incorrect

 







Question 2

Type:
Multiple Choice



Which of the following is NOT true about the Ghost Dance songs?

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Please refer to page 127 in the section entitled Music and Resistance in your textbook.




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They are Native American rain dances.

Correct

 


They are from a Native American religion of the late 19th century.

Incorrect

 

They ended with the massacre of the Battle of Wounded Knee.

Incorrect

 

They feature short, paired phrases.

Incorrect

 







Question 3

Type:
Multiple Choice



Which of the following is TRUE about Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time?

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Please refer to page 131 in the section entitled Music and Remembrance: Three Responses to World War II in your textbook.




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It was written by a French prisoner of war in WW II; it uses mathematical cycles.


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It was written by a French prisoner of war in WW II; it uses mathematical cycles.

Incorrect

 

It was written by a Polish prisoner of war in WW II; it commemorates a bombed cathedral.

Incorrect

 

It commemorates the bombing of Hiroshima; it uses mathematical cycles.

Incorrect

 







Question 4

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Multiple Choice



"It Was a Summer's Day" tells the story of massacre

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Please refer to page 129 in the section entitled Music and Resistance in your textbook.




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during the Holocaust.

Correct

 

at Wounded Knee.


Incorrect

 

in WWI.

Incorrect

 

in Darfur.

Incorrect

 







Question 5

Type:
Multiple Choice



The ________ bards are Arab women who now sing for peace in Darfur.

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Please refer to page 137 in the section entitled Epilogue: Darfur in your textbook.




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hakamma

Correct

 

Baggara

Incorrect

 

Janjaweed

Incorrect

 

Islamic

Incorrect


 







Question 6

Type:
Multiple Choice



Barry McGuire and ____________ engaged in a kind of musical duel over the pros and cons of the Vietnam War.

Hint:

 

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incorrect answers:

Please refer to page 123 in the section entitled Music and War in your textbook.




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The Spokesmen

Correct

 

The Doors

Incorrect

 

Bob Dylan

Incorrect

 

Barry Sadler

Incorrect

 





Question 7

Type:
Multiple Choice



Which of the following statements is true about Janequin's chanson "La Guerre"?

Hint:

 

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Please refer to pages 118-119 in the section entitled Music and War in your textbook.




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It incorporates military battle calls.

Correct

 

It uses musical elements from Turkish Janissary bands.

Incorrect

 

It depicts a battle in the Crusades.

Incorrect

 

It uses military instruments.

Incorrect

 







Question 8

Type:
Multiple Choice



Which statement is NOT true about music in the Civil War?

Hint:


 

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Please refer to page 126 in the section entitled Music and War in your textbook.




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"All Quiet on the Potomac Tonight" was despised by the North.

Correct

 

Sentimental songs brought men to tears.

Incorrect

 

Field musicians were often boys.

Incorrect

 

The army and music were inextricably linked.

Incorrect

 







Question 9

Type:
Multiple Choice



The use of three different performing groups to represent (1) tradition, (2) soldiers, and (3) innocence and hope is true of

Hint:


 

Feedback for all
incorrect answers:

Please refer to page 133 in the section entitled Music and Remembrance: Three Responses to World War II in your textbook.




Answer

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Benjamin Britten's War Requiem.

Correct

 

Clement Janequin's "La Guerre."

Incorrect

 

Krzystof Penderecki's War Requiem.

Incorrect

 

Benjamin Britten's Quartet for the End of Time.

Incorrect

 







Question 10

Type:
Multiple Choice



Which of the following statements is TRUE?

Hint:

 

Feedback for all
incorrect answers:

Please refer to page 131 in the section entitled Music and Remembrance: Three Responses to World War II In your textbook.





Answer

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Music and war have been linked since biblical times or earlier.

Correct

 

Music is primarily used to protest war.

Incorrect

 

Music is primarily used to entertain the troops.

Incorrect

 

The use of musicians on the battlefield began during the Civil War.

Incorrect

 









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