History of classical music traditions: Quiz

Question 1: The now-popular instrumental music was dominated by several well-defined forms: the sonata, the symphony, and the ________, though none of these were specifically defined or taught at the time as they are now in music theory.
BassoonCelloCello concertoConcerto

Question 2: In 2008 archaeologists discovered a bone flute in the Hohle Fels cave near Ulm, ________.
PolandNetherlandsGreeceGermany

Question 3: Although a strong religious musical tradition continued, secular music came to the fore with the development of the sonata, the ________, and the concerto grosso.
CelloConcertoBassoonCello concerto

Question 4: Greek musical literacy created a flowering of development; Greek ________ included the Greek musical modes, eventually became the basis for Western religious music and classical music.
Music theoryMusical formMusical notationMusic and mathematics

Question 5: Much Baroque music featured a ________ consisting of a keyboard, either harpsichord or organ (sometimes a lute instead), and a bass instrument, such as a viola da gamba or bassoon.
Ornament (music)ClefFigured bassModern musical symbols

Question 6: Principal forms of sacred musical composition at the time were the mass, the ________, and the laude; secular forms included the chanson, the frottola, and later the madrigal.
MotetMedieval musicAntiphonBurgundian School

Question 7: Zarlino, who flourished around 1571 and, among others, proposed a system that enabled ________ Byzantine chant to correspont to the current contrapuntal practices via the cantus firmus paraphrase.
Early Middle AgesLate Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesMiddle Ages

Question 8: Instrumental music therefore quickly replaced ________ and other sung forms (such as oratorio) as the favorite of the musical audience and the epitome of great composition.
FachOperaThe opera corpusFrench opera

Question 9: Sonata form matured during the Classical era to become the primary form of instrumental compositions throughout the ________.
Romanticism19th century18th centuryEugène Delacroix

Question 10: "________" is the distinct subfield of musicology and history which studies music (particularly Western art music) from a chronological perspective.
Music industryMusical notationMusic historyClassical music

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