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This is the final exam listening guide. Based on Jeremy Yudkin's Understanding Music (6th Edition).

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Department
Music
Course
MUS 101
Professor
Gillian Turnbull
Semester
Fall

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Listening Study GuideFinal Test Friday November 25 20111a Title of Piece Sweet Nymph Come To Thy Loverb Performer or Composer Morleyc This piece features a polyphonic texture TrueSome homophonyd What are the dynamics of the section played Mezzo Fortee List one additional musical feature biographical and contextual details about the piece not allowed Voices imitate each other with some harmony acapella2a Title of Piece Fire and Lightningb Performer or Composer Morley c This piece features a polyphonic texture TrueSome homophony d What are the dynamics of the section played Mezzo Forte feature biographical and contextual details about the piece not e List one additional musicalallowed Lively singing with voice imitations acapella 3a Title of Piece Canzona Duodecimi Tonib Performer or Composer Gabrielic This piece features a polyphonic texture True d What are the dynamics of the section played Forte Pianofeature biographical and contextual details about the piece not e List one additional musicalallowed Imitation between instruments contrasting volumes from loud to soft then back to loud 4a Title of Piece Rosa Del Cielb Performer or Composer Monteverdic This piece features a polyphonic texture True d What are the dynamics of the section played Mezzo Forte
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