REVIEW: MUSIC IN THE MIDDLE AGES

Cristina Fernandez Gomez
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Test de repaso de los conceptos aprendidos a lo largo de la unidad de la historia de la música en la Edad Media

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Question 1

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Medieval music was roughly between which years?
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  • 500 BC - 500 AD
  • 500 - 1400 AD
  • 1400 - 1750 AD
  • 1750 - 1830 AD

Question 2

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Which term means "one single line of music"?
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  • POLYPHONIC
  • HOMOPHONIC
  • STEREOPHONIC
  • MONOPHONIC

Question 3

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Another word for Gregorian Chant is...
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  • SINGSONG
  • OSTINATO
  • PLAINSONG
  • CANTATA

Question 4

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A single melodic line with other voice parts added for decoration was called...
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  • ORGANUM
  • OREGANO
  • ORIGAMI
  • ORGANIC

Question 5

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Who was Gregorian Chant named for?
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  • GREGORY PECK
  • GUIDO THE MONK
  • POPE GREGORY THE GREAT
  • GREG'S DIARY

Question 6

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A long melodic passage sung to a single syllable of text...
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  • MELISMATIC
  • SYLLABIC
  • NEUMATIC
  • DIRECT

Question 7

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Having one note sung to each syllable of text...
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  • MELISMATIC
  • SYLLABIC
  • NEUMATIC
  • DIRECT

Question 8

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In chant, having about two or three notes sung to each syllable of text...
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  • MELISMATIC
  • SYLLABIC
  • NEUMATIC
  • DIRECT

Question 9

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Adjective describing a manner of performance in which two or more groups alternate:
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  • MELISMATIC
  • ANTIPHONAL
  • RESPONSORIAL
  • DIRECT

Question 10

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Pertaining to a manner of performing chant in which a soloist alternates with a group:
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  • MELISMATIC
  • ANTIPHONAL
  • RESPONSORIAL
  • DIRECT

Question 11

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Pertaining to a manner of performing chant without alternation between groups or between soloist and group:
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  • MELISMATIC
  • ANTIPHONAL
  • RESPONSORIAL
  • DIRECT

Question 12

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The wandering minstrels, or jongleurs, of the Middle Ages...
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  • PERFORMED MUSIC AND ACROBATICS IN CASTLES, TAVERNS AND TOWN SQUARES.
  • LIVED ON THE LOWEST LEVEL OF SOCIETY.
  • PLAYED INSTRUMENTAL DANCES ON HARPS, FIDDLES AND LUTES.
  • ALL OF THE ABOVE.

Question 13

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The notation of the secular songs of the Middle Ages does not indicate...
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  • RHYTHM
  • PITCH
  • DURATION
  • ANY OF THE ABOVE

Question 14

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Secular songs of the Middle Ages usually dealt with...
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  • CRUSADES
  • SPINNING
  • LOVE
  • ALL OF THE ABOVE

Question 15

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A new secular music for aristocratic courts began with the troubadours in southern France and spread to northern France, where the poet-musicians were called trouvères.
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  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 16

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What is a chansonnier?
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  • A SPANISH OR PORTUGUESE MONOPHONIC SONG.
  • A BOOK OF SONGS.
  • A TREATISE WRITTEN BY ALFONSO THE WISE.
  • AN INSTRUMENT PLAYED BY TROUVÈRES.
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