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Grade 8 Music History
Grade 9 Baroque - 1600-1750
Music of the Baroque period tended to be:
  1. A Capella
  2. Soft
  3. Highly Ornate
Grade 4 Baroque - 1600-1750
Put the periods of classical music in the correct order from earliest to latest.
  1. modern, romantic, classical, baroque
  2. romantic, baroque, modern, classical
  3. classical, modern, baroque, romantic
  4. baroque, classical, romantic, modern
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Beethoven primarily earned a living as a?
  1. Concert Violinist
  2. Concert Organist
  3. Concert Pianist
Grade 9 Baroque - 1600-1750
Grade 9 Baroque - 1600-1750
Grade 6 Baroque - 1600-1750
Grade 9 Baroque - 1600-1750
This composer is best known as the inventor of opera:
  1. C. Monteverdi
  2. G.F. Handel
  3. H. Purcell
Grade 9 Twentieth Century and Modern - 1900-2000
The way music is organized is called
  1. Form
  2. Melody
  3. Chords
  4. Harmony
Grade 9 Baroque - 1600-1750
Handel's most famous work is an oratorio titled:
  1. Water Music
  2. Palestrina
  3. Messiah
Grade 4 Romantic - 1830-1910
Grade 7 Romantic - 1830-1910
When was the Romantic Era?
  1. 1900-2000
  2. 1820-1900
  3. 1750-1820
  4. 1600-1750
Grade 9 Baroque - 1600-1750
Grade 9 Renaissance - 1400-1600
What does the word Renaissance mean?
  1. Rebirth
  2. Re-awakening
  3. Renewal
  4. All of the Above
Grade 9 Baroque - 1600-1750
Which composer(s) is not from the Baroque period?
  1. Bach
  2. Palestrina
  3. Handel
  4. Mozart
  5. Both B & D
Grade 9 Baroque - 1600-1750
Grade 9 Baroque - 1600-1750
The text of an opera or dramatic work is called:
  1. The Lyrics
  2. The Story
  3. The Libretto
Grade 9 Classical - 1750-1830
Grade 8 Music History
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