Composers use the – technique to emphasize the meaning of the text through music. word-painting
Secular music is often sung in the language of the people singing it. true
The word “vernacular” refers to the language of the people. true
Another word for lyrics in a song is – text
in strophic songs, the same music is repeated for each stanza of the text. true
A song in which each syllable of text receives one note is called syllabic. true
Which of the following terms describe the relationship between the number of notes and each syllable of a text and which do not? CA:neumaticsyllabicmelismatic
the Greek word mousikas implied a union of melody, language, and movement. true
Which of the following terms describe singing on syllables that have no meaning and which do not? CA: nonlexicalscat-singingvocalise
Which of the following describes the setting of many notes to a syllable of text? melismatic
How would you classify the text setting in this example? mostly syllabic
How would you classify the text setting in this example? (KYRIE) melismatic
The word “song” refers to any piece of music, regardless of the presence of vocals. false
Which of the following terms describes religious or spiritual music? sacred
Which of the following terms describes the setting of many notes to a syllable of text? melismatic
What is the technique wherein the meaning of a word is pictorialized by the music? word-painting
Drag the term that describes the text setting onto each example. o daughter: melismatic; hallelujah: syllabic; he shall: neumatic
ode to joy: sllyabic
In the medieval and Renaissance eras, Latin was the language of which institutions? CA: the Roman Catholic churchuniversities
A song in which the music is repeated for each stanza of the poem is called strophic