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Quiz 7 :
The Renaissance

Quiz 7 :
The Renaissance

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Which is true of "Ave maris stella"?
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A

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In "Ave maris stella," which stanzas consist of unembellished plainchant?
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B

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In which stanzas of "Ave maris stella" do you hear the composer's own music?
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D

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In which voice(s)during "Ave maris stella" do you hear the hymn tune in paraphrase with extra notes?
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What are the performing forces in "Ave maris stella"?
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Who composed the Pange lingua Mass?
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The performing forces in Pange lingua consist of a:
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The composer used the melody of the plainsong hymn ________ as the basis of the Pange lingua Mass.
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What do you hear after the brief plainchant section in the Kyrie of Pange lingua?
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In Pange lingua,plainchant is used to open:
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Which parts of the Mass are included in the excerpts from Pange lingua?
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What is the predominant texture of Pange lingua?
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Who composed "Mille regrets"?
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The polyphonic chanson "Mille regrets" is notable for its:
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Who composed the Pope Marcellus Mass?
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The performing forces in Pope Marcellus consist of:
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What is the predominant texture of the "Qui tollis" from the Gloria of the Pope Marcellus Mass?
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How does the "Qui tollis" in Pope Marcellus differ from the "Qui tollis" in Pange lingua?
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The purpose of Pope Marcellus was to:
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"As Vesta Was from Latmos Hill Descending" is a:
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