a) All Quiet on the Potomac Tonight was despised by the North.
b) Field musicians were often boys.
c)The army and music were inextricably linked.
d)Sentimental songs brought men to tears.
a)Music is primarily used to protest war.
b)Music and war have been linked since biblical times or earlier.
c)Music is primarily used to entertain the troops.
d)The use of musicians on the battlefield began during the Civil War.
d)John Philip Sousa
a)They are from a Native American religion of the late 19th century.
b)They are Native American rain dances.
c)They feature short, paired phrases.
d)They ended with the massacre at the Battle of Wounded Knee.
a)It commemorates the bombing of Hiroshima; it uses mathematical cycles.
b)It was written by a French prisoner of war in World War II; it juxtaposes poetry and Catholic liturgy.
c)It was written by a Polish prisoner of war in World War II; it commemorates a bombed cathedral.
d)It was written by a French prisoner of war in World War II; it uses mathematical cycles.
a)It uses military instruments.
b)It depicts a battle in the Crusades.
c)It incorporates military battle calls.
d)It uses musical elements from Turkish Janissary bands.
a)Krzysztof Penderecki’s War Requiem.
b)Benjamin Britten’s Quartet for the End of Time.
c)Clement Janequin’s La Guerre.
d)Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem.
a)declamatory vocal style
c)inclusion of the melody “Taps”
d)marchlike drum cadence
a)at Wounded Knee
b)In World War I
c)during the Holocaust
a)Many were written by Franz Schubert.
b)They are often about love.
c)They are 19-century art songs.
d)They are orchestra conductors.
a)the jinghu and the guban.
b)the dundun and the bata.
c)the suling and the kacapi indung.
d)the hakamma and the Janjaweed.
a)the Medieval period with the troubadours and trouveres.
b)the mid-20th century with Edith Piaf.
c)the Reformation with Martin Luther.
d)the 19th-century Romantic period with Goethe’s Faust.
a)It uses kotekan.
b)It is characterized by a pulsing, jagged vibrato called cacagan
c)It is taken from a story in the Ramayana.
d)It is from Indonesia.
c)melodic motion, harmony, and text.
d)timbre and text.
a)It uses a German text by Goethe and portrays a hidden lover in an acrostic.
b)It portrays a woman at a spinning wheel and is based on text from Faust by Goethe.
c)It was written by Antoine Busnoys and is in German.
d)It was written by Franz Schubert and is in French.
b)Andrew Lloyd Webber
c)Oscar Hammerstein II
b)pure marriage acts.
c)Jim Crow laws.
a)the Great White Way.
c)the Neon Avenue.
d)the Magnificent Mile.
a)It was written by Bernstein and Sondheim.
b)It has controversial lyrics.
c)It was based on a novel by Edna Ferber.
d)It features an interracial married couple.
a)Romeo and Juliet.
b)Taming of the Shrew.
c)Antony and Cleopatra.
d)Midsummer Night’s Dream.