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Led by Picasso and Braque. A major art movement that portrayed geometric forms in nature in the 20th century.
The legendary magician who counseled King Arthur.
The colors, which are made by grinding dry-powder pigments in pure water, dry and set with the plaster to become a permanent part of the wall. What is the method of painting water-based pigments on freshly applied plaster, usually on wall-surfaces.
Musical element that refers to the way a note begins and ends.
Which term refers to the position primarily responsible for the story-telling and the creative decisions and acting of the film?
Written by an African American musician in Georgia in 1958. He and his band members made up some winding movements for the musicians to do while playing the music. Then in 1960 Chubby Checker made his first record with this movement making the dance famous throughout the U.S. and other countries.
Complements are opposite colors across from each other on the color wheel. Which color is the complement of orange?
20th century German composer of the Romantic period known for such works as Hungarian Dances, Handel Variations, and Lullaby.
Two _____ notes equal four quarter notes.
It originated in the Blue Ridge Mountains; freestyle dance characterized by double time stomping and tap steps with the upper body held straight and upright.
It is among the oldest musical instruments and is made of brass tubing bent twice into an oblong shape and played by blowing air through closed lips. Identify this musical instrument with the highest register in the brass family.
She was a primitive art painter of farms in New York and was a New England housewife whose real name was Mary Ann Robertson. Name this American artist known for such works as Old Checkered House, Old Oaken Bucket, and Catching the Thanksgiving Turkey.
English architect who designed 52 churches including St. Paul's Cathedral after the London fire of 1666.
Sir Christopher Wren
Frank Lloyd Wright
His greatest work is located on the Champ de Mars in Paris, France. Name the architect that used 7,300 tons of iron and steel to create a tower for the Paris Exposition of 1889.
Frederic Auguste Bartholdi
Alexander Gustave Eiffel
His Songs Without Words are his most famous solo piano compositions. Which German composer is known for such works as St. Paul, Reformation Symphony, and A Midsummer Night's Dream?
George Friderich Handel
Johann Sebastian Bach
Which principle of art refers to the placement of shapes or forms?
Give the Italian musical term for increasing in volume.
Coined by Braque and Picasso. The type of artwork made by gluing bits of paper, pictures, fabric, or other materials to a flat surface.
The elements of art are the building blocks of art. Which element of art refers to the appearance of light and dark found in a work of art.
A leading painter in the development of the Impressionist style. Identify the French portrait artist known for such works as Lady Sewing, The Umbrellas, and Luncheon of the Boating Party.
Vincent van Gogh
Thomas Turpin invented the "St. Louis" form of this style. Identify the 20th century American musical style popularized in such compositions as "The Cascades" and "The Entertainer" by Scott Joplin.
Its sound is bright and penetrating. Identify this percussion instrument made of steel plates of different lengths that are arranged like a piano keyboard and struck with wooden hammers.
both glockenspiel and harpsichord
neither glockenspiel or harpsichord
Most modern pianos have a row of ______ black keys and white keys combined.
Bee Jackson was the first dancer to popularize it with white Americans. Name this fast-paced swinging of the legs that became a craze in the U.S. during the "Roaring '20's."
It burned and was rebuilt shortly before Shakespeare's death and was finally pulled down in the middle of the 17th century. Name this theater in London where many of William Shakespeare were first performed.
The Royal Albert Hall