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20thcenturymusicjeopardy

  1. 1. 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Romantic 20 th century Classical Baroque Potpourri
  2. 2. Peter Tchaikovsky is known for writing music, such as Swan Lake and The Nutcracker , using what type of musical form?
  3. 3. Ballet
  4. 4. Richard Wagner is known for writing music, such as The Ring Cycle , using what type of musical form?
  5. 5. OPERA
  6. 6. This term is when the orchestra would play a specific melody that would be played many more times during the opera
  7. 7. Leitmotiv
  8. 8. Who wanted their operas to seem more realistic so that all actors appeared to be having actual conversations while they were singing?
  9. 9. Wagner
  10. 10. This term is intended to evoke extra-musical ideas, images in the mind of the listener by musically representing a scene, image or mood
  11. 11. Art Song or Program Music
  12. 12. Pianist and composer noted for his influence in the development of jazz. Used distinct American sound of jazz in most of his works.
  13. 13. Duke Ellington
  14. 14. Russian-American composer known for versatility. He broke from tradition with his 3 rd ballet for the Ballet Russes, The Rite of Spring .
  15. 15. Igor Stravinsky
  16. 16. Which musical was the first to use ballet as an integral element?
  17. 17. Oklahoma
  18. 18. Aaron Copland wrote music that he felt would do what?
  19. 19. Appeal to the average citizen
  20. 20. How many movements are in a classical symphony?
  21. 21. Four
  22. 22. Which movement features the minuet?
  23. 23. Third
  24. 24. This Austrian composer is known for developing a model for writing symphonies.
  25. 25. Haydn
  26. 26. Austrian composer known for his operas such as The Marriage of Figaro
  27. 27. Mozart
  28. 28. Beethoven added this instrument to the symphony
  29. 29. Trombones
  30. 30. Handel developed this musical form. An example of this form is The Messiah
  31. 31. Oratorio
  32. 32. Bach is known for using this musical form which is a type of counterpoint in which theme is stated first, then repeated and varied.
  33. 33. Fugue
  34. 34. This composer is most famous for his Cantatas and keyboard music.
  35. 35. Bach
  36. 36. This is a musical work that consisted of several pieces of music that were related to each other by their texts.
  37. 37. Cantata
  38. 38. This tells a religious story and is not performed as part of the church service.
  39. 39. Oratorio
  40. 40. This Renaissance composer was asked by the Roman Catholic Church to rewrite the chant books to make them more accessible to the public.
  41. 41. Palestrina
  42. 42. French composer who tried to create music that represented visual images and emotions, giving descriptive names such as La Mer (The Sea) and The Snow is Falling instead of using musical forms and numbers as titles for his operas, solo vocal, orchestral, and piano pieces.
  43. 43. Claude DeBussy
  44. 44. To invent or create music
  45. 45. compose
  46. 46. A style of music created in the early 20 th century by African Americans
  47. 47. Jazz
  48. 48. The compositional art of combining two or more simultaneous melodic lines; term means “point against point” or “note against note”
  49. 49. Counterpoint

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