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Question 1: At first Jeux was overshadowed by ________'s The Rite of Spring, composed in the same year as Jeux and premiered only two weeks later by the same ballet company.
Igor StravinskyDmitri ShostakovichMstislav RostropovichSviatoslav Richter

Question 2: Beginning in the 1890s, Debussy developed his own musical language largely independent of Wagner's style, colored in part from the dreamy, sometimes morbid romanticism of the ________.
Symbolism (arts)ModernismPaintingExpressionism

Question 3:
What format does Claude Debussy follow?

Question 4: In 1999, ________ released a concept album titled "The Seduction of Claude Debussy".
Close (to the Edit)Trevor HornArt of NoiseInto Battle with the Art of Noise

Question 5: Debussy was beginning to employ a single, continuous theme and break away from the traditional A-B-A form, with its restatements and amplifications, which had been a mainstay of classical music since ________.
Joseph HaydnHaydn and MozartLudwig van BeethovenWolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Question 6:
Which of the following titles did Claude Debussy have?
Debussy: Pru00E9ludes, Book 2: III. La Puerta Del Vino
Debussy: Pru00E9ludes, Book 2:, III. La Puerta Del Vino
Marcelino pan y vino
No abras nunca esa puerta

Question 7: Debussy was often depressed and unable to compose, but he was inspired by ________, whose command of the keyboard he found admirable.
Hector BerliozFranz LisztFrédéric ChopinRichard Wagner

Question 8: ________
Le diable dans le beffroiLa chute de la maison Usher (opera)List of compositions by Claude Debussy by Lesure NumbersPelléas et Mélisande (opera)

Question 9: His music virtually defines the transition from late-________ to twentieth century modernist music.
Franz LisztFrédéric ChopinHector BerliozRomantic music

Question 10: Debussy's ________ and chord progressions frequently exploit dissonances without any formal resolution.
ModernismTheodor W. AdornoPaintingHarmony







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