Musical connotation happens when music is associated with extra-musical events or experiences. a. True b. False
Which of the following purposes of art is met by a Baroque composer writing a requiem mass? a) Representing the world b) Edifying and persuading c) Illuminating the spiritual d) Offering new perspectives
Changing a melody to a jazz melody is known as which of the following? A. Syncopation B. Jazz interpretation C. Cool jazz D. Modality
Which of the following is so intimate it's often compared to a conversation among friends? A. A concerto B. A minuet C. A string quartet D. A social song
The accepted way to eat caviar is to A. mix it with an equal part of mayonnaise and spread it on bread. B. spread it evenly over pasta or potatoes. C. place a small spoonful directly onto a toast wedge. D. place a small spoonful of caviar on your plate.
Which of the following best characterizes the new kingdom? A. It was a time of renewed political strength and cultural change in Egypt B. It represents the period when Egyptian culture began to decline C. It was a period during which the arts thrived despite the political decline of the Egyptian nation D. It refers to present-day Egypt and the revival of Egyptology and spawned by the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen Why is the boy king Tutankhamen famous? A. He was one of the most accomplished pharaohs responsible for building two pyramids and many obelisks B. His tomb survived undistributed into the 20th century preserving an amazing array of ancient artifacts C. He destroyed the temples of the old Egyptian gods and instituted a monotheistic religion D. He had the longest reign of any pharaoh because he took the throne at such a young age What is significant about the contents of the tomb of king Tutankhamen? A. They included a detailed map of all other tombs in the valley of the kings B. The hieroglyphics on the walls provided a key that allowed scholars to decode other ancient Egyptian texts C. They were discovered intact undisturbed by grave robbers in the 20th century D. The king’s corpse was missing leading some to speculate that he is a god Which of the following pharaohs was responsible for a radical change in Egyptian religion? A. Akhenaton B. Hatshepsut C. Nefertiti D. Tutankhamen One of the most well-known pieces of Egyptian art is the famous bust of queen A. Nefertiti B. Hatshepsut C. Sobeknofru D. Cleopatra Which of the following pharaohs was responsible for building columns at karnak two magnificent tombs at abu simbel and various other large scale structures? A. Seti I B. Ramesses II C. Akhenaton D. tutankhamen
What style of music created a dissonant sound using uncommon scales? Romanticism Expressionism Impressionism Jazz
Aniconism is __________________ a. a stylistic method that includes spiral, diamonds,and cross hatching patterns. b. an elaborate method of repeating geometric forms reflecting plants and animals. c. the avoidance of figural imagery. d. a wide, central section of a piece of architecture.
A song the follows the 32-bar form is which if the following? A. "You've Lost That Loving Feeling" B. "La Bamba C. "Amazing Grace" D. "All of the above"
1. What would be the easiest way to create a rough or detailed texture in Inkscape? ( (1 point) Simplify the drawing. Add nodes with the Node Tool. Add filters Draw with the Pencil Tool. 2. Which of the following artists was an American painter and printmaker who was awarded the Legion of Honor in France and exhibited work with the Impressionists? (1 point) Mary Stevenson Cassatt Thomas Eakins Kate Greenaway Hannah Hoch
Which of the following is not a category of form in art? A.) representational art B.) abstract art C.) realistic art D.) objective art
Which of the following was an innovation of Saint-Denis? a. sculpture b. architecture c. goldsmithing d. all of the above
What does most of Frida Kahlo’s work depict? a. her split between her European and Mexican identity b. her loneliness in her personal life c. her desire for love and approval d. natural landscapes
Instrumental ensemble music that normally requires only one player per part is called A. sonata music. B. chamber music. C. orchestral music. D. theater music.
What is a technique used by French Impressionist painter Claude Monet? A)sketching outdoors, before completing the finished painting in his studio B)using the camera obscura as a sketch tool, to record landscape compositions C)painting a subject multiple times, under different lighting and weather conditions D)using thin, transparent paint to create carefully blended tonal values
Which of the following was a famous Reformation portrait painter? Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini Hans Holbein the Younger Michelangelo Buonarroti
Which of the following is not true of mixed media? a. Mixed media always represents a social cause or is design to convey a certain message. b. Mixed media is considered a form of fine art. c. Mixed media could incorporate dance, music, video, and reality, among others. d. Examples use a variety of methods to create innovative ideas and combinations of art.
Which twentieth century art movement wanted to simplify art to the basics of form and color? A Bauhaus art B DE stijl C the international style