Which statement best describes program music? A. piece music with a specified time limit B. small musical play with singing and spoken words C. music created by computer program D. music that mimics or suggests the sounds of nature NOTE: I'm only giving out 5 points not 10
Section 5.4Which style of art uses new ideas but remains based on older forms? A) Cubism B) Expressionism C) Neoclassical D) Abstract art Twentieth-century compositions that are structured, balanced, and based on forms from earlier time periods are considered A) primitive B) neoclassical C) baroque D) abstract Why did Schoenberg migrate to France and then the United States when the Nazis came to power? A) The Natzi party embraced the music of Wagner, which Schenberg disliked B) He disagreed with their musical philosophy C) The Nazis would not allow him to abandon his post as a soldier to continue composing D) He was Jewish Pierrot Lunaire is a/an A) atonal composition that does not use serialism B) serial composition C) impressionistic work D) tonal, romanatically inspired composition Which of the following works by Stravinsky is NOT a ballet? A) Petrouchka B) The Rakes Progress C) The Firebird D) La sacre du printemps
The light outside tends to be softest at what time of day? A) Midmorning B) Noon C) Midafternoon D) Early Evening
All of the following are characteristic of Jewish art, except which? a. The art showed depictions of religious stories from the Torah. b. Artists combined strong outlines with flat colors. c. The figures in Jewish art tended to be very posed. d. Sculptures were rare in Jewish art.
Art can reflect some aspect of ___ and be visually appealing. A) The future. B) Dreams. C) The past. D) Real life
11. Read the following sentence from “The Balek Scales.” My grandfather was the first person bold enough to test the justice of the Baleks, the family who lived in the chateau and drove two carriages, who always maintained one boy from the village while he studied theology at the seminary in Prague, the family with whom the priest played taroc every Wednesday, on whom the local reeve in his carriage emblazoned with the imperial coat of arms, made an annual New Year’s Day call and on whom the Emperor conferred a title on the first day of the year in 1900. The speaker uses the ideas in this sentence to MOST LIKELY imply that the Baleks __________ A. Are generous to the people who lived in the village. B. Worked hard to earn their new title from the emperor. C. Mindlessly fulfill the duties required of their social status.*** D. Did not trust the narrator’s grandfather and were suspicious of him. 12. Read the following sentences from “The Black Sheep.” Meanwhile, the ones who had become rich got into the honest man’s habit of going to the bridge at night to watch the water flow by beneath it. This increased the confusion because it meant lots of others became rich and lots of others became poor. Now, the rich people saw that if they went to the bridge every night, they’d soon be poor. And they though: “Let’s pay some of the poor to go and rob for us.” They made contracts, fixed salaries, percentages; they were still thieves of course, and they still tried to swindle each other. But, as tends to happen, the rich got richer and richer and the poor got poorer and poorer. In these sentences, the narrator seems to suggest that A. The people admire the honest man’s hobbies. B. Most people try to cheat others in some way. C. Societal structures are built on values and hard work. D. Society does not reward those who perform good deeds.
What distinguishes push-ups from other chest exercises such as the bench press and dumbbell flies? A. The bench press also exercises the legs. B. Push-ups are a variable resistance exercise. C. Push-ups do not require any weights or machines. D. Push-ups are not actually chest exercises
Why is biography important to art and literature? a. It allows the viewer to have an accurate image of the artist. b. It takes the viewer in to underlying consciousness of the artist. c. It questions the assumptions and accepted norms of a particular person. d. It allows the artist's life is told through the work of art.
Heart disease and cancer were two of the most common causes of death in 2006. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
In the western music tradition, sound is represented in written form through musical __________. pitch notation duration rhythm
A disadvantage to creating a fresco painting is that __________________ a. the paint dries very slowly. b. the surface painted on dries very quickly, so the artist has to plan his/her work carefully. c. once the color is applied, it cannot be painted over with another color. d. the supplies are costly because the vehicle can only be found in one region of the world.
Which one of the following factors is one of the principles of design? a. color b. pattern c. form d. balance
Rayograph was part of the ___________________. a. Surrealist movement c. Dada movement b. cibachrome movement d. Avant-garde movement
What is the difference between movement and rhythm? a. Movement is the sense of motion created often through repetition, where as rhythm is the shared characteristics of a piece that provide harmony. b. Rhythm is the sense of motion created by a piece, where as movement is the repetition of an object or part in the piece. c. Rhythm is the simulation of motion through the repetition of an object or part in the piece, where as movement refers to the form of the piece and the vantage points a person can move to, in order to examine the piece. d. Movement is the sense of motion created by a piece.
Which textile technique do quilters use to craft blankets? A) Weaving B) Knitting C) Stitchery D) Cross-stitching
In ancient Egypt, shabti statues were associated with what aspect of the afterlife? A. performing manual labor B. protecting the mummy C. feeding and reciting prayers
Surrealists attacked the emphasis placed on _________________. a. reality b. traditions and events c. rationalism in current culture d. all of the above
Select the most likely consequence of making credit card payments late. a. fees and paying the introductory interest rate on the balanceb. paying higher interest ratesc. fees and paying the default interest rate on the balanced. none of these answers are correct2. zach is an authorized user on his parents credit card. what may happen if zach doesn't use the card in a responsible way? a. zach's parents credit may be damaged b. zach's credit may be damaged c. none of these answers are correct d. zach and zach's parents credit may be damaged 3.. if interest rates rise, what will happen to the prices of bonds? a. no change b. decrease c. increased. interest rates and bond prices are not related 4. if the typical balance on lucy's credit card is $500 and the interest rate on her credit card is 16%, how much in interest would you expect lucy to be charged in a typical month? a. about $51.74 b. about $80.86 c. about $6.67 d. about $16.00
The heart is composed of how many Loops? a.1 b.2 <------------------- c.3 d.4 2. The blood vessel that carry blood from the heart to the rest of the body are... a. capillaries b. veins c. arteries <---------------- d. valves 3. If you catch a cold, which component of blood do you rely on to help attack the virus that has invaded your blood stream? a. plasma b. red blood cells c. white blood cells <-------------- d. platelets 4. Which component of blood is used to help create a scab after you cut your finger? a. plasma <--------------- b. red blood cells c. white blood cells D platelets 5. Two key components to keeping your healthy that are within our control are exercise and... a. diet <---------------- b. rest c. heredity d. environment