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When did the Quakers settle in Pennsylvania

the Quakers settled in the 17th century.

Absolute music is different from program music because

It is written without a descriptive purpose.

The lowest frequency that humans can hear is approximately

20Hz

An ethnomusicologist is someone who

studies music in its cultural context

Fragmentation is a way to

create variation in a musical motive by shortening it.

Music that describes nature or tells a story is known as

tonal music

Reason: APE EGS

A branch of musicology which focuses on either the scientific or a philosophical perspective of music is called

the answer to this is systematic musicology. (:

Using notes outside of a given key to produce heightened color is referred to as

Chromaticism is using notes outside of a given key to produce heightened color.

Composers choose instrument combinations when orchestrating a piece

True

As a composer develops a musical idea she may use as a way to shorten the musical motive

As a composer develops a musical idea she may use fragmentation as a way to shorten the musical motive.

The following happens when a composer shortens a musical idea by using only a part of it

Fragmentation

These four notes are equal in rhythmic duration to

2/8 notes(=

Orchestration is the combination of a conductor's musical ideas with the composer's musical ideas

false

A vibrating object pushes the molecules together and causes an area of compression

True.

Ethnomusicology is the study of music as a
  • aspect of culture.

Not quite, It is the study non - western music, it mostly covers religion of a society.

What theme is a musical idea

complete

The energy applied to cause vibration can be in the form of air pressure a stick a bow or electricity

True

Ethnomusicology is the study of music in its context-

Ethnomusicology can be defined as the study of music in its context.

The outer ear does what

The outer ear helps funnel sound (vibrations) into the inner ear, increasing the number of quieter things you can hear.

A what is an composers musical manuscript

It is called a 'score'

Which of the following best describes program music

music written to tell a story

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