Chapter Quiz Introductory



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Title

Chapter Quiz

Introductory
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Question 1

Type:
Multiple Choice



Which of the following is TRUE about "Gretchen am Spinnrade" ("Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel")?

Hint:

 

Feedback for all
incorrect answers:

Please refer to pages 143-144 in the section entitled Obsessive Love in your textbook.




Answer

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It portrays a woman at a spinning wheel and is based on text from Faust by Heinrich Goethe.

Correct

 

It is in German and was written by Antoine Busnoys.

Incorrect

 

It uses a German text by Goethe and portrays a hidden lover in an acrostic.

Incorrect

 

It was written by Franz Schubert and is in French.

Incorrect

 







Question 2

Type:
Multiple Choice



The troubadours and trouvères sang about unattainable courtly love, also called

Hint:

 

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incorrect answers:

Please refer to page 141 in the section entitled Unattainable Love in your textbook.




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fin amours.

Correct

 

formes fixes.

Incorrect

 

seppuku.

Incorrect

 

bergerette.

Incorrect

 







Question 3

Type:
Multiple Choice



This Renaissance composer often hid cryptic messages in his music.

Hint:

 

Feedback for all
incorrect answers:

Please refer to page 141 in the section entitled Unattainable Love in your textbook.




Answer

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Busnoys

Correct

 

Palestrina

Incorrect

 

Puccini

Incorrect

 

Bach

Incorrect

 







Question 4

Type:
Multiple Choice



Madama Butterfly by Puccini is a(n) __________ that deals with the betrayal of a Japanese woman by an American naval officer.

Hint:

 

Feedback for all
incorrect answers:

Please refer to page 147 in the section entitled Love's Betrayals in your textbook.




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opera

Correct

 

aria

Incorrect

 

symphony

Incorrect

 

Lieder

Incorrect

 







Question 5

Type:
Multiple Choice



Which of the following is NOT true of Lieder?

Hint:

 

Feedback for all
incorrect answers:

Please refer to page 143 in the section entitled Obsessive Love in your textbook.




Answer

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They are orchestra conductors.

Correct

 

They are 19th-century art songs.

Incorrect

 

Many were written by Franz Schubert.

Incorrect

 

They are often about love.

Incorrect

 







Question 6

Type:
Multiple Choice



____________ was a famous French singer of the 1940s and 1950s.

Hint:

 

Feedback for all
incorrect answers:

Please refer to page 153 in the section entitled The Last Word: "La Vie en Rose" in your textbook.




Answer

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Edith Piaf

Correct

 

Gretchen

Incorrect

 

Madame Butterfly

Incorrect

 

Audrey Rae

Incorrect

 







Question 7

Type:
Multiple Choice



Disney's "Something There" represents the dawn of love through

Hint:

 

Feedback for all
incorrect answers:

Please refer to page 140 in the section entitled Unattainable Love in your textbook.




Answer

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melodic motion, harmony, and text.

Correct

 

rhythmic ostinato.

Incorrect

 

timbre and text.

Incorrect

 

text alone.

Incorrect

 







Question 8

Type:
Multiple Choice



"Love gone wrong" is the principle subject of

Hint:

 

Feedback for all
incorrect answers:

Please refer to page 149 in the section entitled Love's Betrayals in your textbook.




Answer

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Hank Williams.

Correct

 

Hank Williams III.

Incorrect

 

Edith Piaf.

Incorrect

 

the Ramayana.

Incorrect

 







Question 9

Type:
Multiple Choice



Which statement is NOT true about "Ceurik Rahwana"?

Hint:

 

Feedback for all
incorrect answers:

Please refer to pages 151-152 in the section entitled Love's Remorse in your textbook.




Answer

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It uses kotekan.

Correct

 

It is characterized by a pulsing, jagged vocal vibrato called cacagan.

Incorrect

 

It is taken from a story in the Ramayana.

Incorrect

 

It is from Indonesia.

Incorrect

 







Question 10

Type:
Multiple Choice



Western culture's legitimization of our modern notions of romantic attraction began in

Hint:

 

Feedback for all
incorrect answers:

Please refer to page 141 in the section entitled Unattainable Love in your textbook.




Answer

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the Medieval period with the troubadours and trouvères.

Correct

 

the 19th-century Romantic period.

Incorrect

 

the Reformation.

Incorrect

 

Goethe's Faust.

Incorrect

 







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