Music 101 Final Review Essay

This essay will be your first piece of formal writing in Music 101. It serves as an introduction to the class and will get you thinking about your relationship with course material. It will be completed in several steps and read by your instructor as well as by your classroom peers. We’ll be spending a large chunk of time on this assignment.

Course Intro Essay prompt: CIE prompt – Spring 2018

Course Intro Essay rubric: CIE rubric – Spring 2018

General feedback, based on first drafts: CIE general feedback

Online submission how-to: How to post assignments online – Spring 2018

Online constructive criticism rubric: CIE critique rubric – Spring 2018

First draft

The first draft of this essay is due on the following days:

  • Section H2(Tuesdays): February 20 — via email by 11:59pm (refer to the prompt for proper submission and file naming)
  • Sections H3 and L3 (Wednesdays): February 21 — in class, stapled to a copy of the rubric

First drafts are not graded (they are a critical opportunity for feedback) and late first drafts will not be accepted. First drafts will be returned in class the following week  (February 27 and 28).

Final draft

The final draft of this essay with a revision reflection is due in class:

  • Section H2 (Tuesdays): March 6
  • Section H3 and L3 (Wednesdays): March 7

The complete submission contains, stapled in order:

  1. Rubric with your name and section number
  2. Revision reflection
  3. First draft and graded rubric
  4. Final draft

The revision reflection is required and I will not grade your essay without it. Your essay is late until the revision reflection is submitted. Refer to the essay prompt for a description of the revision reflection.

Graded final drafts will be returned the following week in class (March 13 and 14).

Online submission

The final task with the Course Intro Essay is to make it (a bit more) public. You’ll choose one paragraph from your Course Intro Essay to share with your peers on the website for your section of Mu 101.

Submissions are due by 11:59pm on March 10 to the website for your section of Mu 101:

Constructive criticism

During the week of March 12-18, your task is to read all the paragraphs posted by your classmates and to offer one piece of constructive criticism in the form of a compliment, piece of advice, tip, or editing suggestion. You can earn extra credit (+1 each) for comments that are particularly insightful, extended meaningful conversations/back-and-forth, or links to outside sources that add depth and substance to the critique.

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Unformatted text preview: Course MUS101.30: Music Appreciation[MOD3 ONLINE (1/11-3/6/16)] Test MUS101 Final Exam Started 3/5/16 9:42 PM Submitted 3/5/16 11:08 PM Due Date 3/5/16 11:59 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 624 out of 635 points Time Elapsed 1 hour, 26 minutes Instructions This is the MUS101 Final Exam. It will ask questions from every unit including unit 8. It will be times and cannot be saved and restarted. Please only begin when you feel ready. Results Displayed All Answers, Submitted Answers, Correct Answers, Feedback, Incorrectly Answered Questions Question 1 10 out of 10 points Who worte in 1810 - Bagatelle in A minor, "Für Elise” Selected Answer: C. Ludwig van Beethoven Answers: A. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart B. Franz Schubert C. Ludwig van Beethoven D. Joseph Haydn Question 2 10 out of 10 points Phrase - An orchestral prelude to a vocal work (as an opera). Selected Answer: Answers: Disagree Agree Disagree Question 3 10 out of 10 points Dissonance - A change from one musical key to another Selected Answer: Answers: Disagree Agree Disagree Question 4 10 out of 10 points Polyphony - A combination of two or more melodies that are played together. Selected Answer: Answers: Disagree Agree Disagree Question 5 10 out of 10 points Dynamics - The highness or lowness of a tone. The disruption of air, creates vibrations, or waves, such as in a body of water, that travel approximately 1000 feet per second. The faster the wave, the higher the tone (or note.) Selected Answer: Answers: Disagree Agree Disagree Question 6 10 out of 10 points Symphony - An instrumental composition in several movements, written for a small ensemble, and midway between the suite and the symphony in style Selected Answer: Answers: Disagree Agree Disagree Question 7 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1868 - "Wiegenlied: Guten Abend, gute Nacht" ("Good evening, good night") Selected Answer: F. Johannes Brahms Answers: A. Niccolò Paganini B. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi C. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky D. Franz Liszt E. Robert Schumann F. Johannes Brahms G. Richard Wagner H. Frédéric François Chopin I. Giacomo Puccini Question 8 0 out of 10 points Verismo - a German art song especially of the 19th century Selected Answer: Answers: Agree Agree Disagree Question 9 10 out of 10 points Who worte in 1834 -1835 – Carnaval Selected Answer: D. Robert Schumann Answers: A. Johannes Brahms B. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky C. Franz Liszt D. Robert Schumann E. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi F. Giacomo Puccini G. Richard Wagner H. Frédéric François Chopin I. Niccolò Paganini Question 10 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1832 -Etude in E major, Op. 10, No. 3 "Tristesse" Selected Answer: C. Frédéric François Chopin Answers: A. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky B. Robert Schumann C. Frédéric François Chopin D. Niccolò Paganini E. Franz Liszt F. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi G. Giacomo Puccini H. Johannes Brahms I. Richard Wagner Question 11 10 out of 10 points Match the composer to the information. Question Received a Fulbright Scholarship and went to Paris Correct Match A. Selected Match A. Philip Glass Philip Glass Music is also often controversially A. A. Philip Glass Philip Glass Formed two record labels and Formed Orange Mountain Music company Studied Indian philosophy and Zen Buddhism A. Philip Glass Philip Glass C. John Cage Pioneer of non-standard use of musical instruments C. John Cage Pioneer of the prepared piano C. John Cage One of the greatest film composers of all time B. John Williams Associated with director Steven Spielberg B. John Williams Served as the Boston Pops Orchestra's principal conductor from 1980 to 1993 Won 5 Academy Awards, 4 Golden Globe Awards, 7 British Academy Film Awards and 21 Grammy Awards A. B. John Williams B. C. John Cage C. John Cage C. John Cage B. John Williams B. John Williams B. John Williams B. John Williams John Williams All Answer Choices A. Philip Glass B. John Williams C. John Cage Question 12 10 out of 10 points Who wote in 1791 - Symphony No. 94 in G major ("Surprise"/"The Drumstroke"/"Mit dem Paukenschlag") Selected Answer: D. Joseph Haydn Answers: A. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart B. Franz Schubert C. Ludwig van Beethoven D. Joseph Haydn Question 13 10 out of 10 points Who worte in 1904 - Im Sommerwind Selected Answer: B. Anton Webern Answers: A. Alban Berg B. Anton Webern C. Arnold Schoenberg Question 14 10 out of 10 points Miniatures - Refers to a post-Romantic operatic tradition associated with Italian composers Selected Answer: Answers: Disagree Agree Disagree Question 15 10 out of 10 points Concerto - A piece for one or more soloists and orchestra with three contrasting movements Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 16 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1952 - 4'33", for any ensemble or number of players Selected Answer: B. John Cage Answers: A. John Williams B. John Cage C. Philip Glass Question 17 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1976 - Einstein on the Beach, opera Selected Answer: C. Philip Glass Answers: A. John Cage B. John Williams C. Philip Glass Question 18 10 out of 10 points Who worte in 1828 - Fantasia for piano, 4 hands in F minor Selected Answer: C. Franz Schubert Answers: A. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart B. Ludwig van Beethoven C. Franz Schubert D. Joseph Haydn Question 19 10 out of 10 points Tone color - The timbre of an instrument. Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 20 10 out of 10 points Virtuoso - One who excels in the technique of an art; especially: a highly skilled musical performer (as on the violin) Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 21 10 out of 10 points Tempo - How fast the music moves. Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 22 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1785 - Don Giovanni, opera Selected Answer: D. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Answers: A. Franz Schubert B. Ludwig van Beethoven C. Joseph Haydn D. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Question 23 10 out of 10 points Overture - A quartet of performers on stringed instruments usually including a first and second violin, a viola, and a cello Selected Answer: Answers: Disagree Agree Disagree Question 24 10 out of 10 points Scale - A collection of fixed pitches using whole-steps and half-steps. Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 25 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1928 - Bolero, ballet for orchestra Selected Answer: C. Maurice Ravel Answers: A. Aaron Copland B. Claude Debussy C. Maurice Ravel D. Igor Stravinsky E. Charles Ives Question 26 10 out of 10 points Match the composer to the information. Question Often called the "Father of the Symphony” Correct Match D. Joseph Haydn Friend of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Teacher of Ludwig van Beethoven At age 17 became a court musician in Salzburg, Austria Began composing at the age of five D. Joseph Haydn B. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart B. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Selected Match D. Joseph Haydn D. Joseph Haydn B. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart B. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Circumstances of his early death have been mythologized Last decade of his life he was almost totally deaf. Around 1800 his hearing began to deteriorate Crucial figure in the transition between the Classical and Romantic eras Mendelssohn, Schumann, Liszt, and Brahms championed his works Interest in his work increased significantly after his death All Answer Choices A. Ludwig van Beethoven B. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart C. Franz Schubert D. B. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart A. Ludwig van Beethoven A. Ludwig van Beethoven A. Ludwig van Beethoven C. Franz Schubert C. Franz Schubert B. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart A. Ludwig van Beethoven A. Ludwig van Beethoven A. Ludwig van Beethoven C. Franz Schubert C. Franz Schubert Joseph Haydn Question 27 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1871 - Aida, opera Selected Answer: C. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi Answers: A. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky B. Frédéric François Chopin C. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi D. Niccolò Paganini E. Robert Schumann F. Franz Liszt G. Johannes Brahms H. Richard Wagner I. Giacomo Puccini Question 28 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1723 - The Four Seasons violin concertos Selected Answer: B. Antonio Vivaldi Answers: A. George Frideric Handel B. Antonio Vivaldi C. Johann Sebastian Bach Question 29 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1911 - Le Sacre du printemps (The Rite of Spring), ballet in 2 parts for orchestra Selected Answer: E. Igor Stravinsky Answers: A. Maurice Ravel B. Aaron Copland C. Charles Ives D. Claude Debussy E. Igor Stravinsky Question 30 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1904 - Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), opera Selected Answer: H. Giacomo Puccini Answers: A. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky B. Robert Schumann C. Niccolò Paganini D. Frédéric François Chopin E. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi F. Franz Liszt G. Richard Wagner H. Giacomo Puccini I. Johannes Brahms Question 31 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1846 - Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 Selected Answer: E. Franz Liszt Answers: A. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi B. Giacomo Puccini C. Frédéric François Chopin D. Robert Schumann E. Franz Liszt F. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky G. Richard Wagner H. Johannes Brahms I. Niccolò Paganini Question 32 10 out of 10 points Match the composers with the information. Question Nicknamed "The Red Priest" because of his red hair Wrote over forty operas Correct Match A. Antonio Vivaldi A. Antonio Vivaldi Known mainly for composing instrumental concertos Received critical training in Germany and Italy before moving to England Started three commercial opera companies A. Antonio Vivaldi B. George Frideric Handel B. George Frideric Handel Buried in Westminster Abbey B. Selected Match A. Antonio Vivaldi A. Antonio Vivaldi A. Antonio Vivaldi B. George Frideric Handel B. George Frideric Handel B. George Frideric Handel Skilled in counterpoint C. Johann Sebastian Bach His music is revered for its intellectual depth, technical command, and artistic beauty Served as Kapellmeister (director of music) to Leopold, Prince of Anhalt-Köthen Abilities as an organist were highly respected throughout Europe All Answer Choices A. Antonio Vivaldi B. George Frideric Handel C. Johann Sebastian Bach Question 33 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1914 - 1922 - Wozzeck opera C. Johann Sebastian Bach C. Johann Sebastian Bach C. Johann Sebastian Bach George Frideric Handel C. Johann Sebastian Bach C. Johann Sebastian Bach C. Johann Sebastian Bach C. Johann Sebastian Bach Selected Answer: C. Alban Berg Answers: A. Anton Webern B. Arnold Schoenberg C. Alban Berg Question 34 10 out of 10 points Music - The loudness or softness of a tone. Also known as volume, amplitude or intensity, it is a function of the height of a sound wave. Selected Answer: Answers: Disagree Agree Disagree Question 35 10 out of 10 points Notation - The emphasizing of certain beats Selected Answer: Answers: Disagree Agree Disagree Question 36 10 out of 10 points Recitative - A lengthy choral work usually of a religious nature consisting chiefly of recitatives, arias, and choruses without action or scenery. Selected Answer: Answers: Disagree Agree Disagree Question 37 10 out of 10 points Counterpoint - A combination of two or more melodies that are played together. Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 38 10 out of 10 points Coda - An instrumental chamber work in several movements usually light in character Selected Answer: Answers: Disagree Agree Disagree Question 39 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1902 - Pelléas et Mélisande (opera) Selected Answer: E. Claude Debussy Answers: A. Igor Stravinsky B. Charles Ives C. Aaron Copland D. Maurice Ravel E. Claude Debussy Question 40 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1945 - Appalachian Spring, concert suite for full orchestra Selected Answer: C. Aaron Copland Answers: A. Charles Ives Charles Ives B. Maurice Ravel C. Aaron Copland D. Igor Stravinsky E. Claude Debussy Question 41 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1912 - Pierrot lunaire ("Moonstruck Pierrot" or "Pierrot in the Moonlight") Selected Answer: B. Arnold Schoenberg Answers: A. Alban Berg B. Arnold Schoenberg C. Anton Webern Question 42 10 out of 10 points Meter - A collection of fixed pitches using whole-steps and half-steps. Selected Answer: Answers: Disagree Agree Disagree Question 43 10 out of 10 points Total serialism – Music that makes use of serial techniques applied to such elements as rhythm, dynamics, and tone color. Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 44 10 out of 10 points Form - How a piece is constructed using various musical elements, and how it is organized overall into sections. Sort of the architecture of the music. Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 45 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1977 - Star Wars, Episode IV: A New Hope, film score Selected Answer: A. John Williams Answers: A. John Williams B. Philip Glass C. John Cage Question 46 10 out of 10 points Cantata - A composition for one or more voices usually comprising solos, duets, recitatives, and choruses and sung to an instrumental accompaniment Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 47 10 out of 10 points Who worte in 1892 - Nutcracker, ballet Selected Answer: I. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Answers: A. Niccolò Paganini B. Frédéric François Chopin C. Franz Liszt D. Richard Wagner E. Johannes Brahms F. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi G. Giacomo Puccini H. Robert Schumann I. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Question 48 10 out of 10 points Recapitulation - The third section of a sonata form Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 49 9 out of 10 points Match the composer to the information. Question Combined Romanticism with Schoenberg's twelvetone technique More interested in literature than music and did not begin to compose until he was fifteen Correct Match A. Alban Berg A. Alban Berg Selected Match A. Alban Berg A. Alban Berg Had little formal music education A. Alban Berg Innovated total serialism B. A. Alban Berg B. Anton Webern Anton Webern Denounced as "cultural Bolshevism" and "degenerate art" by the Nazi Party in Germany During the Allied occupation of Austria, he was shot and killed by an American Army soldier Leader of the Second Viennese School B. Anton Webern Anton Webern B. Developed the twelve-tone technique C. C. Arnold Schoenberg C. Arnold Schoenberg Had triskaidekaphobia (the fear of the number 13) C. Arnold Schoenberg All Answer Choices A. Alban Berg B. B. Anton Webern Anton Webern Arnold Schoenberg His approach to harmony and development has been one of the most influential of 20th-century B. B. Anton Webern C. Arnold Schoenberg C. Arnold Schoenberg C. Arnold Schoenberg Anton Webern C. Arnold Schoenberg Question 50 10 out of 10 points Homophony - Music that moves together in unison, generally moving in the same direction vertically. As chant progressed composers would add a voice to the melody line that would follow it in a parallel motion. Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 51 10 out of 10 points Bel canto - Operatic singing originating in 17th century and 18th century Italy and stressing ease, purity, and evenness of tone production and an agile and precise vocal technique Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 52 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1853 - Der Ring des Nibelungen, opera tetralogy Selected Answer: A. Richard Wagner Answers: A. Richard Wagner B. Giacomo Puccini C. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky D. Niccolò Paganini E. Frédéric François Chopin F. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi G. Franz Liszt H. Robert Schumann I. Johannes Brahms Question 53 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1708 - Toccata and Fugue in D minor Selected Answer: C. Johann Sebastian Bach Answers: A. George Frideric Handel B. Antonio Vivaldi C. Johann Sebastian Bach Question 54 10 out of 10 points Who worte in 1828 - Sonatas (18) for violin & guitar ("Centone di Sonate") Selected Answer: H. Niccolò Paganini Answers: A. Giacomo Puccini B. Frédéric François Chopin C. Robert Schumann D. Richard Wagner E. Franz Liszt F. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky G. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi H. Niccolò Paganini I. Johannes Brahms Question 55 10 out of 10 points Rhythm - Any regular recurring motion. A movement marked by the regulated succession of strong and weak elements, or beats, in the flow of sound. Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 56 10 out of 10 points Texture - Another element of music we need to touch on is texture. All music has a texture whether a single melody line or a full symphony. Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 57 29.99999 out of 30 points Match the composer to the information. Question Invented the concept of instrumental ballade Many compositions contain elements of Polish folk music and classical tradition One of music's earliest 'superstars’ Correct Match I. Frédéric François Chopin I. Frédéric François Chopin I. Frédéric François Chopin First appeared in concert at age 9 H. Franz Liszt Determined to become as great a virtuoso on the piano as Niccolò Paganini was on the violin Gave away much of his proceeds to charity and humanitarian causes Destroyed some of his works and left others unpublished Firmly rooted in the structures and compositional techniques of the Baroque and Classical masters Many contemporaries found his music too academic Italian composer primarily known for his operas. H. Franz Liszt H. Franz Liszt E. Johannes Brahms E. Johannes Brahms E. Johannes Brahms C. Selected Match I. Frédéric François Chopin I. Frédéric François Chopin I. Frédéric François Chopin H. Franz Liszt H. Franz Liszt H. Franz Liszt E. Johannes Brahms E. Johannes Brahms E. Johannes Brahms C. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi Some of his themes have taken root in popular culture His funeral was the largest public assembly of any event in the history of Italy His life was characterized by political exile, turbulent love affairs, poverty and repeated flight from his creditors Had his own opera house built C. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi C. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi B. Richard Wagner B. Richard Wagner Used extreme chromaticism and quickly shifting tonal centers The greatest composer of Italian opera after Verdi Developed his work in the 'realistic' verismo style Chain smoker of Toscano cigars and cigarettes First Russian composer whose music made a lasting impression internationally B. Richard Wagner D. Giacomo Puccini D. Giacomo Puccini D. Giacomo Puccini A. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi C. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi C. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi B. Richard Wagner B. Richard Wagner B. Richard Wagner D. Giacomo Puccini D. Giacomo Puccini D. Giacomo Puccini A. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Works transcended stereotypes of Russian classical music Was at the inaugural concert of Carnegie Hall in New York City in 1891 Left the study of law A. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky A. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky F. Robert Schumann His wife Clara also composed F. Robert Schumann Diagnosed with "psychotic melancholia" F. Robert Schumann Suffered from a lifelong mental disorder F. Robert Schumann Italian violinist, violist, guitarist, and composer Extensively performed and toured G. Niccolò Paganini G. Niccolò Paganini Left a mark as one of the pillars of modern violin technique Most-performed composer among his Italian contemporaries Wrote both the libretto and the music for each of his stage works G. Niccolò Paganini D. Giacomo Puccini B. Richard Wagner A. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky A. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky F. Robert Schumann F. Robert Schumann F. Robert Schumann F. Robert Schumann G. Niccolò Paganini G. Niccolò Paganini G. Niccolò Paganini D. Giacomo Puccini B. Richard Wagner All Answer Choices A. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky B. Richard Wagner C. Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi D. Giacomo Puccini E. Johannes Brahms F. Robert Schumann G. Niccolò Paganini H. Franz Liszt I. Frédéric François Chopin Question 58 10 out of 10 points Who wrote in 1741 - Messiah oratorio Selected Answer: B. George Frideric Handel Answers: A. Antonio Vivaldi B. George Frideric Handel C. Johann Sebastian Bach Question 59 10 out of 10 points Serenade - An instrumental composition in several movements, written for a small ensemble, and midway between the suite and the symphony in style Selected Answer: Agree Answers: Agree Disagree Question 60 15 out of 15 points Match the composer to the information. Question Outstanding sight reader Correct Match E. Claude Debussy Selected Match E. Claude Debussy Won the 1884 Prix de Rome with his composition L'enfant prodigue His music is noted for its sensory content and frequent eschewing of tonality Parents encouraged musical pursuits and sent him to the Conservatoire de Paris Tried to become a avator during the First World War E. Claude Debussy E. Claude Debussy A. Maurice Ravel A. Maurice Ravel Made a four-month concert tour in North America A. Maurice Ravel Became a French citizen in 1934 and then Became a naturalized United States citizen in 1945 led a double life, dividing his time between his family and touring Conducted with the Los Angeles Philharmonic C. Igor Stravinsky C. Igor Stravinsky C. Igor Stravinsky One of the first American composers of international renown Music was largely ignored during his life and Works went unperformed for many years B. Charles Ives B. Charles Ives E. Claude Debussy E. Claude Debussy A. Maurice Ravel A. Maurice Ravel A. Maurice Ravel C. Igor Stravinsky C. Igor Stravinsky C. Igor Stravinsky B. Charles Ives B. Charles Ives Proposed a 20th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution Proposed a 20th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution Included on an FBI list of 151 artists thought to have Communist associations Formed the "commando unit“ with other younger American composers Instrumental in forging a distinctly American style of composition All Answer Choices A. Maurice Ravel B. Charles Ives C. Igor Stravinsky D. Aaron Copland E. Claude Debussy Question 61 10 out of 10 points B. Charles Ives B. Charles Ives D. D. Aaron Copland Aaron Copland D. D. Aaron Copland Aaron Copland D. D. Aaron Copland Aaron Copland Who wrote in 1917 - A Symphony: New England Holidays (Holidays Symphony), for orchestra Selected Answer: E. Charles Ives Answers: A. Igor Stravinsky B. Claude Debussy C. Maurice Ravel D. Aaron Copland E. Charles Ives Thursday, May 26, 2016 7:17:58 PM EDT ...
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