In the nineteenth century, technical improvements to the piano led to today’s concert grand piano….answer
The short, lyric piano work might be considered the instrumental equivalent to the nineteenth-century Lied. true
Which of the following describes Chopin’s Mazurka in B-flat Minor, Op. 24, No. 4? 1.chromatic melody2.triple meter3.”robbed” time
Robert Schumann praised the level of expression in Chopin’s work, calling Chopin a(n): poet
Able to exhibit melodious and dramatic moods despite the compact form, the short lyric piano piece, or character piece, was the equivalent to the song….answer
Polish composer Frédéric Chopin dedicated his entire compositional output to the: piano
Which genre is NOT a part of Chopin’s compositional output? string q
What best describes the character of the Chopin’s Mazurka? dance like
Chopin paid homage to his Eastern European ancestry by composing: maz and polo
Romantic-era piano works often had fanciful titles. true
After his conservatory studies, Frédéric Chopin spent most of his productive career in: france
The piano was the instrument most central to nineteenth-century musical culture. true
Which is the best definition of “tempo rubato”? robbed time
The lively triple-meter dance with an accent on the second or third beat in the measure that originated in Mazovia is known as the: mazurka
Which of the following composers wrote short lyric piano pieces? 1.Franz Liszt2.Felix Mendelssohn3.Clara Wieck Schumann
Which of the following were pieces that Chopin wrote in his lifetime? 1.nocturnes2.polonaises3.études
In his music Chopin called for “robbed time,” a technique formally known as: rubato