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Twelve-tone technique: Quiz

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Question 1: One of the best known twelve-note compositions is Variations for Orchestra by ________.
SerialismPierre BoulezTwelve-tone techniqueArnold Schoenberg

Question 2:
What format does Twelve-tone technique follow?

Question 3: [3] However, the common English usage is to describe the method as a form of ________.
Karlheinz StockhausenSerialismAtonalityPierre Boulez

Question 4: ________
Karlheinz StockhausenList of pieces that use serialism and twelve-tonePierre BoulezArnold Schoenberg

Question 5: Adjacent notes in the row can be sounded at the same time, and the notes can appear in any ________, but the order of the notes in the tone row must be maintained.
FifteenthInterval (music)SemitoneOctave

Question 6: Schoenberg's idea in developing the technique was for it to "replace those structural differentiations provided formerly by tonal ________".
PaintingModernismTheodor W. AdornoHarmony

Question 7: Twelve-tone technique (also dodecaphony, and in British usage, twelve-note composition) is a method of musical composition devised by ________.
Pierre BoulezArnold SchoenbergSerialismAnton Webern

Question 8: ________, "consistent with and derived from the properties of the referential set"
ModernismPaintingHarmonyTheodor W. Adorno

Question 9: [6] The twelve-tone technique was also preceded by "nondodecaphonic serial composition" used independently in the works of ________, Igor Stravinsky, Béla Bartók, Carl Ruggles, and others.
Frédéric ChopinSergei RachmaninoffAlexander ScriabinRussia

Question 10: [8] "Essentially, Schoenberg and Hauer systematized and defined for their own dodecaphonic purposes a pervasive technical feature of 'modern' musical practice, the ________".
20th-century musicBluesJazzOstinato







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