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The world would be a less desirable place without music because Question 1 options:
music contributes to the quality of life

"Classical music" can be thought of as music
Question 2 options:
that was created to be listened to carefully

Concert music is heard more often and in more places than is popular music. Question 3 options:

Suppose you really like a type of popular music. Your attitude toward the classical music in this course should be Question 4 options:
finding out why many people find classical works interesting to listen to

Music is used in many different ways in America today.
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Hearing music and listening to music are much the same thing. Question 6 options:

Which one of the following do we not attend to when listening? Question 7 options:
Total Time Elasped

The best procedure for studying/listening to a musical work in this course is Question 8 options:
listen while following computer graphics, then listen with Listening Guide, then listen without any visual aid

[Audio] This music is being played by a [Williams: "Star Wars," CD 1, 2:03-2:22] Question 9 options:
symphony orchestra

Art or concert music is
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music created for intellectual and psychological satisfaction

Why are some guidance and instruction often needed to understand many works of concert music? Question 11 options:
All of the choices are true

The three modes of listening to music are
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sensuous, expressive, and sheerly musical

Which of the following is not a difference between concert and popular music? Question 13 options:
Concert music uses more instruments.

Why is memory so important in learning to listen to music?
Question 14 options:
Because we hear just an instant of music at any particular moment, we need to remember and anticipate what preceded and might follow that instant of sound.

The composer of the music for the...
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