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Music from the Classical Period Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. With which era of music was the First Viennese School associated?

Question 2 2. Which composer of the First Viennese School was NOT a major figure in the transition between styles of music?

Question 3 3. Which of these composers was at least partially responsible for mentoring or teaching the other two?

Question 4 4. Which of these is NOT a common element of Classical music, as embodied by the First Viennese School?

Question 5 5. Which of these composers was NOT a member of the First Viennese School?

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Question 6 6. Rococo music was made to be _____.

Question 7 7. Rococo music made heavy use of which of these technical elements?

Question 8 8. What country is the Rococo style most associated with?

Question 9 9. Which musical style emerged as a rejection of Rococo music?

Question 10 10. Which of these aspects of Baroque music did the Rococo NOT reject?

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Question 11 11. Classical music was _____ than baroque music.

Question 12 12. Which of these is an exemplary classical music composer?

Question 13 13. Which musical style do we most associate with the Enlightenment?

Question 14 14. Who was the focus of Enlightenment composers?

Question 15 15. What defined the Enlightenment era in Europe?

Music from the Classical Period Chapter Exam Instructions

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