The Polonaise in Poland Polonaise is a French word meaning Polish. THE MUSIC of the 19th CENTURY ROMANTICISM and NATIONALISM Original in Spanish by PAOLA OLIVA CASTRO Translation by CRISTINA MARTÍNEZ PECES 2. b. b. all possible answers The second … a dance in triple meter. b. preludes and nocturnes Berlioz incorporates a gigue into the Symphonie fantastique because . c. nocturnes b. character piece b. Steinway The polonaise represents musical nationalism because it is a. Polish dance. Polish dance a. harmonies sustained by the pedal a. Nationalism is a political system that places your country above every other in the scale of the world. a. etudes and scherzos Music history in the nineteenth century has generally been perceived in terms of "mainstream" traditions continuing from the late eighteenth century, the general rise of Romanticism across these mainstreams, and the splintering into a variety of "nationalist" musics in the later part of the century. c. All possible answers Felix Mendelssohn, for example, wrote orchestral music as a soundtrack to the play A Midsummer Night's Dream (StringOvation). c. unrelenting polonaise rhythm. A spon- taneity, at once noble and natural, pervades Chopin's music. b. London, England Which describes Chopin's compositional output? Music from this era sounds almost boundless and free from any limitations of form. d. renowned French Novelist, ___________ praised Chopin as a "poet" of the piano The polonaise is a stately Polish processional dance, performed by couples who walk around the dance hall; the music is in triple meter and moderate tempo. There were few technological improvements made to the piano during the nineteenth century. Musical nationalism refers to the use of musical ideas or motifs that are identified with a specific country, region, or ethnicity, such as folk tunes and melodies, rhythms, and harmonies inspired by them [citation needed. This section sets out the components of nationalist ideology as seen by nationalists themselves. T… The latter form had its root… c. it became a fixture in upper class homes Following a short but dramatic introduction, the first of the work’s three main themes prominently presents the polonaise rhythm in the piano’s lower register. Nationalism was a big part of romanticism, as with its fascination for cultures and foreign lands, as well shown in … c. Schumann In these, he captured the spirit of the Polish people (Kamien, 324). Zofia Stryjeńska, 1927. Which of the following is the process of getting oxygen from the environment to the tissues of the body? d. sonata, The most valued aspect(s) of the nineteenth-century piano character piece. Musical nationalism is the term used to describe art music that was created with the intention to promote nationalism or help inspire patriotic sentiments. In this way, arises the programmatic music, a type of symphonic music that follows an argument or literary or artistic program i that leads the work. As a musical movement, nationalism emerged early in the 19th century in connection with political independence movements, and was characterized by an emphasis on national musical elements such as the use of folk songs, folk dances or rhythms, or on the adoption of nationalist subjects for operas, symphonic poems, or other forms of music (Kennedy 2006). b. However, it is not surprising, because Polonaise is the French title, and Telemann was incorporating the Polish style in his own way and not through a French lens. Quickly and professionally. PROGRAMMATIC MUSIC: The musicians try to break free from the corset which represents a fixed form as the symphony. Which are technical advances made to the piano during the nineteenth century? According to many scholars, the chorea polonica has musical characteristics of the krakowiak, not the polonaise. Polish lullaby D. all of the above c. are the sets of pipes that create contrasting tone colors Musical Nationalism and Propaganda. Which composer is credited with originating the modern piano style? Which statement about the nineteenth-century piano is NOT true? The combination of both is characteristic for the ideology, for instance in these assertions: 1. a. Beethoven d. He composed piano music and string quartets, a. He wrote almost exclusively for the piano, Which describes the character of Chopin’s nocturnes? b. is its ability to play melodies d. all possible answers, The polonaise represents musical nationalism because it is a Which American piano maker took the top award at the Paris Exhibition of 1887? b. Liszt c. French song. Liszt typified the romantic movement because he His innovations in style, harmony, and musical form, and his association of music with nationalism, were influential throughout and after the late Romantic period. a. families gathered around the piano to make and hear music The works were received as defiant outburst in the struggle of an oppressed and partitioned nation. b. marchlike (Academic theories of nationalism are skeptical of some of these beliefs and principles, see below). The U.S. has been described as the melting pot, a nation of immigrants and the Land of Opportunity. The theme of nationalism can be seen in segments of Chopin’s compositions. Because the United States is not, and has never been, a nation. Nationalism, on the other hand, extends that to arrogance and potential military aggression. Chopin taught his students to play rubato by keeping the right hand steady, while the music in the left hand hesitated and hurried forward. The duality, or fight, between the serious and the happy themes in the Polonaise and “Song Without Words” is common to Romantic era music because it represents the struggle and contrast between emotions in our own minds. He wrote sacred and secular works c. is its suitability for polyphonic and homophonic textures. There were few technological improvements made to the piano during the nineteenth century. True Polish dance c. French song d. Russian lullaby In this case, however, it is useful to note that the dichotomy exists between members of the same country, divided ethnically into the White American population and the African American population. Romanticism, music, nationalism Romanticism, music, nationalism Leerssen, Joep 2014-01-01 00:00:00 Introduction: L iszt, for example Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsodies are a standard evergreen on the repertoire of ‘Classical’ music of the ‘Romantic’ school. Nationalism is a form of universalism when it makes universal claims about how the world should be organised, but it is particularistic with regard to individual nations. Liszt was Hungarian and the music has the flavor. a. c. Germany b. Poland d. strict adherence to forms established by Classical composers, d. strict adherence to forms established by Classical composers, Which genre is NOT a part of Chopin’s compositional output? a. dancelike a. Aurore Dupin, Baroness Dudevant b. ternary form a. Vienna, Austria Romantic Period Test Questions questionLiszt typified the romantic movement because he answerAll answers questionLiszt created the _____, a one-movement orchestral composition ... Polonaise in A Flat. History. Polish dance c. French song d. Russian lullaby . a. Among Liszt’s favorite inspirations were the literary works of. d. melancholic and meditative, Which does NOT apply to Chopin’s compositional style? 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