HUM C110 (QUIZ 3)

Topics: Dance, Harmony, Film Pages: 9 (755 words) Published: October 14, 2013
1.  The term for a sound that has one definite frequency is  *
tone
 
rhythm
 
tempo
 
harmony

2.  When notes sounded together tend to be grating or unpleasant, the resulting sound is called  
harmony
 
timbre
 *
dissonance
 
consonance

3.   A group of notes played in succession with a perceivable "shape" * 
is called a melody
 
produces harmony
 
produces consonance
 
produces dissonance

4.  Dynamics in music refer to its
 
rhythm
 
consonance or dissonance
 *
loudness or softness
 
harmonic relationship

5.  Which of the following are strong sensations felt as related to a specific stimulus?  
tones
 
passions
 
moods
 *
emotions

6.  A musical structure in which the same melody is repeated over and over again with different treatment and without intervening new materials is a  
fantasia
 
symphony
 *
theme and variations
 
rondo

7.   A structure in which the melody is stated, then repeated with the first statement being played as background, as in "Row, Row, Row Your Boat," is a  *
fugue
 
sonata
 
fantasia
 
symphony

8.   "Allegro" means
 
slow

fast
 
dance-like
 
with feeling

9.  The origins of which of the following are traced to the early seventeenth century, when dancers performed interludes between scenes of an opera?  
modern dance
 
social dance
 *
ballet
 
court dance

10.  The pretext of a dance can be a
 
feeling
 
state of mind
 
narrative

all of the above

11.  Which of the following is a characteristic of social dance?  
It often has a religious purpose.
 
It often has a practical purpose.

It is a form of recreation.
 
It is more stylized and less openly energetic than the court dance.

12.  Who of the following has been particularly successful in adapting jazz of the 1920s and 1930s to dance?  
Mark Morris Dance Group
 
Pilobolus

Twyla Tharp
 
Martha Graham

13.  Which of the following is true about Isadora Duncan?
 
She felt that the emphasis of ballet should be on the movement of the arms and legs.  
The dances she developed were built mainly on narrative pretexts.  
She rebelled against the stylization of ballet practiced by the early Greek dancers.  *
She often danced in bare feet.

14.  The origin of the ballet goes back to the

early seventeenth century
 
Middle Ages
 
Renaissance
 
nineteenth century

15.   Which of the following is true about Swan Lake?
 
It was highly unconventional for the Romantic Age in which it was conceived.  *
It had archetypal overtones.
 
It had no pretext.
 
Its music was composed by Stravinksy.

16.   Serge Eisenstein directed

Battleship Potemkin
 
Birth of a Nation
 
The Great Train Robbery
 
8 ½

17.  During the silent film years, films usually were shown  
in a theater that was completely silent
 *
to the accompaniment of carefully coordinated music
 
while a narrator contributed a running explanation
 
with the dialogue being read by live actors in the theater

18.  Who puts the shots in order after filming of a movie is finished?  
the director
 
the producer
 *
the editor
 
the scriptwriter

19.  Which of the following is a sequence of images dramatically connected but physically disconnected?  
cut-in
 *
montage
 
wipe
 
graphic match

20.  According to the text, escapism in viewing film is a kind of  
criticism
 
form-content
 
self-realization
 *
self-indulgence

21.  According to the text, the best participation with a film  
entertains the viewer
 
encourages the viewer to identify with the leading character  
enables the viewer to evaluate the filmic techniques
 *
reveals or informs the viewer about himself or herself

22.  Which is a shot in which the camera moves forward, backward, or sidewise?  
close-up
 
long shot
 
recessional shot
 *
tracking shot

23.   According to the text, what makes The Godfather an impressive achievement?  ...
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