Quiz: The German Baroque
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Germany’s contribution to the development of music has not been discussed much yet. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a reason for this?CorrectIncorrect
What is the definition of a chorale?CorrectIncorrect
Who composed the original tune for “O sacred Head, sore wounded”?CorrectIncorrect
Select all of the following which are true of Heinrich Schütz.CorrectIncorrect
Which composer, whose chorales built on well-known hymn tunes and whose instrumental music brought evening “concerts” to the church, was an inspiration to the later J. S. Bach?CorrectIncorrect
Which instrument is being played at minute marker 1:03 in this selection?CorrectIncorrect
Canon in D, perhaps the most recognizable and famous classical piece in the world, was composed by _____ .CorrectIncorrect
You probably heard his work at the last wedding you attended.
What made the ‘Bible Sonatas’ by Johann Kuhnau such innovative compositions?CorrectIncorrect
True or False: The author contends that German classical music would never reach the heights of French or English composition because it lacked a strong cultural center which attracted the best composers of the time.CorrectIncorrect
In which of the following musical selections do you hear a harpsichord?