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A group of Lieder unified by some narrative thread or descriptive or expressive theme or common motivic material is called:. The nineteenth-century composer whose entire compositional output was centered around the piano was:.

The compositioinal technique of varying a theme melodically, harmonically, rhymically, or dynamically, and thereby changing its character, is called:. A piece of program music for orchestra in one movement which, through several contrasting sections, develops a poetic idea or suggests a scene or mood is called:. Music written for plays, generally consisting of an overture and a series of pieces to be peformed between acts, is called:.

The French composer who is considered the creator of the modern orchestra for his daring originality and use of a larger, more colorful ensemble was:. Which Verdi opera was commissioned for performance in Cairo to mark the opening of the Suez Canal? Which composer is considered to be the single most important phenomenon in the artistic life of the latter half of the nineteenth century? The concept of a total artwork in which of the arts- music, poetry, drama, visual spectacle- are fused together is called:.

The principal themes in Wagner's operas, which recur throughout a work and carry specific meanings are called:. An important musical and artistic instituation of the nineteenth century, involving The Hallé Orchestra* Conducted By John Barbirolli* - Overture ;The Hebrides; (Fingals Cave) (Vinyl) in a patron's home, was the:. German for 'total artwork': a term coined by Richard Wagner to describe the synthesis of all the arts music, poetry, drama, visual spectacle in his late operas.

Get started today! Music Exam 4. Edit a Copy. Study these flashcards. Sarah D. During the nineteenth century, concert life began to center around the: A. Concert hall. What trend inspired composers to write music evoking scenes or sounds of far-off lands? Which does NOT characterize Romantic music? Singable melodies B. Reserved emotions. How does nineteenth-century orchestral music differ from that of the eighteenth century?

All of the above. The favored chamber music instrument of the nineteenth century was: A. Which best describes the role of women in nineteenth century music? The piano provided them with a socially acceptable performance outlet. A song form in which the same melody is repeated with every stanza is called: A. A song structure that is composed from beginning to end without repetition of whole section is called: A. Chopin B. Robert Schumann C. Johannes Brahms D.

Franz Schubert. The German term for art song is: A. A German-texted song with piano accompaniment The Hallé Orchestra* Conducted By John Barbirolli* - Overture ;The Hebrides; (Fingals Cave) (Vinyl) sets a short lyric poem is A. A group of Lieder unified by some narrative thread or descriptive or expressive theme or common motivic material is called: A.

A song cycle. German B. Austrian C. Polish D. Schubert lived a tragically short life, but was a remarkably prolific composer of: A. Schubert's song Erlking was a setting of ballad written by: A. Muller B. Schiller C. Heine D. In which form is the song Erlking? Which is true of Schubert's Erlking?

It is the masterpiece of his youth B. It is based on the legend that whoever is touched by the king of the elves must die C. It presents four personalities who are differentiated in the music D. In Schubert's Erlking, the obsessive triplet rhythm of the piano accompaniment represents A.

The galloping of the horse. In Schubert's Erlking, the obsessive triple rhythm of the piano accompaniment is best termed A. Which musical device help to portray the child's terror in Erlking? Which musical device to portray the Elfking in Erlking? Which musical devices help to portray the Father in Erlking? How is recitative used in Schubert's Erlking?

It is reserved for the climactic ending line of the next. Final harmonic resolution B. Expressive piano accompliment C. Final harmonic resolution. The most important keyboard instrument of the Romantic period was: A.

The short lyric piano piece was the instrumental equivalent of: A. Which composer is known as the "poet of the piano" A. Robert Schumann B. Chopin C. Berlioz D. With which famous novelist did Chopin become romantically involved?

Georges Sand B. Alexander Dumas C. Gertrude Stein D. Emily Bronte. Georges Sand. The nineteenth-century composer whose entire compositional output was centered around the piano was: A. Brahms B. Liszt C. Chopin D. Which was NOT a type The Hallé Orchestra* Conducted By John Barbirolli* - Overture ;The Hebrides; (Fingals Cave) (Vinyl) work written by Chopin?

Which of the following does NOT characterize the music of Chopin? Which of the following is a large-form work for piano? The term "tempo rubato", associated with Chopin's music, means that the performer should: A. Take liberties with the tempo. Felix Mendelsson B. Johannes Brahms C. Franz Schubert D. Giuseppe Verdi. The compositioinal technique of varying a theme melodically, harmonically, The Hallé Orchestra* Conducted By John Barbirolli* - Overture ;The Hebrides; (Fingals Cave) (Vinyl), rhymically, or dynamically, and thereby changing its character, is called: A.

Which of the following composers was NOT known as a virtuoso pianist? Clara Schumann B. Schubert C. Brahms D.

Clara Schumann was a virtuoso performer on: A. Fanny Mendelssohn D. Johannes Brahms. Robert Schumann. Clara Schumann's compositional output was primarily: A. A mulimovement work for orchestra that is programmatic is called: A. A piece of program music for orchestra in one movement which, through several contrasting sections, develops a poetic idea or suggests a scene or mood is called: A.

Which The Hallé Orchestra* Conducted By John Barbirolli* - Overture ;The Hebrides; (Fingals Cave) (Vinyl) the following is NOT a type of orchestral program music? Which of following is NOT an example of program music? Brahms: Symphony no. Music written for plays, generally consisting of an overture and a series of pieces to be peformed between acts, is called: A.

Which composer is considered the first great exponent of musical Romanticism in France? Berlioz C. Liszt D. The French composer who is considered the creator of the modern orchestra for his daring originality and use of a larger, more colorful ensemble was: A. Which of the following is NOT characteristic of the music of Berlioz?

Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique is an example of: A. Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique has how many movements? In Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique, the idee fixe: A. In Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique, what is the idee fixe?

The basic theme of the symphony, heard in all the movements. The program was inspired by the composer's infatuation with an actress C. The program presents a morbid artist in lovesick despair D. The program is thought to be autobiographical. The program deals entirely with nature. The Dies irae is: A. A chant from the Mass for the Dead. Nationalistic composers expressed their nationalism by: A. Employing native songs and dances of their people in their works.

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  1. Tygoktilar   Tygokora
    Piano concerto in E♭ / John Ireland (with Hallé Orchestra, Leslie Heward, conductor) Piano concerto no 1 in C minor, op. 35 / Shostakovich (with Arthur Lockwood, trumpet, Hallé Orch., Heward [rec. ]).
    26.10.2019 Reply
  2. Meztira   Mazuhn
    Sir John Barbirolli Conducting The Hallé Orchestra A: The Skaters Waltz, Op. B: Gold And Silver Waltz, Op. Pye UK: CEC EP: 5: Sir John Barbirolli Conducting The Hallé Orchestra Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46 A1: Morning Mood A2: Anitra's Dance B1: Death Of Ase B2: In The Hall Of The Mountain King: Pye UK: CEC
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  3. Vitilar   Dor
    Study Music Exam 4 flashcards from Sarah D. on StudyBlue. A mulimovement work for orchestra that is programmatic is called: A. symphonic poem. B. a program symphony. C. a concert overture. D. a sonata. a program symphony. A piece of program music for orchestra in one movement which, through several contrasting sections, develops a.
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  4. Kazrasida   Bradal
    Notes: John Barbirolli was the permanent conductor of the Hallé Orchestra from to but it is unlikely that this overture would be issued on 78 any later than since long-playing micro-groove records had been introduced in
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  5. Arara   Met
    Music Appreciation Exam 4. PaperAp is the best place to get. writing help. Order your. custom essay or research paper. Fast. Unique. The Italian opera overture. The form of the second movement in Haydn’s Symphony No. is in ____ parts. three (A-B-A’) begin with a huge orchestra and full soprano-alto-tenor-bass (SATB) choir.
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  6. Kazranris   Fera
    Artist Hallé Orchestra & Sir John Barbirolli. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 & Choral Fantasy Freiburger Barockorchester, Zürcher Sing-Akademie & Pablo Heras-Casado.
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  7. Malagis   Daisar
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  8. Jushakar   Maulabar
    THE HALLÉ ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR JOHN BARBIROLLI Symphony No. 4 in A Major "Italian" ( UK 10" mono LP, front laminated flipback picture sleeve with sleeve notes by Deryck Cook. The sleeve shows minimal shelfwear & the vinyl remains nea r 'as new' with few signs of play CM).
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  9. Zuluzuru   Jurr
    The first section of the French overture is stately, while the second section is faster, with one melody after another following in imitation. The French overture serves as an opening orchestra piece to a large-scale musical work.
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