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What do we call this?
The belief in one god.
The belief in many gods.
What is the polytheistic religion in India?
Which of the following images represent a Proscenium Stage?
Which of the following best describes what a "fourth wall" in theatre is?
A wall used to hang the backdrop for a play
A space used for rehearsal
The area in which the audience sits
An imaginary wall separating the actors from the audience
What are the "wings" of a stage?
Part of a chicken
An area located downstage left
An area where musicians play off-stage
An off-stage area located at the two sides of the stage
artwork that depicts dream-like scenes and, or situations that would be bizarre or impossible in real life.
artwork that shows realistic paitnings and sculptures of people and places.
artwork that depicts nature in a way that is realistic.
What is the name of the painting style that describes the work of Claude Monet?
What artist painted 'Starry Night' and is considered one of the greatest artists in history?
Vincent Van Gogh
Who created this work of art?
Vincent Van Gogh
Was a Dutch Post-Impressionist painter who is among the most famous and influential figures in the history of Western art.
Leonardo di Caprio
Vincent Van Gogh
Which artist was best known for pointillism; small dots of contrasting colors; simple contours; and social scenes?
Who painted this?
Vincent Van Gogh
Art Style/Time Period?
Who painted the following?
Which Impressionist artist made this painting?
A movement in modern art that began in Europe in the early 1900's. It was more concerned with emotional impact rather than realism.
A three dimensional geometric figure composed of strictly measured lines, planes and angles.
An advocate of a new form of opera called "musical drama"
His works include La Boheme and Madame Butterfly
He was the composer of romantic vocal compositions such as Elkornig and Swan Song
What characteristic is typical of the Romantic music?
Music was balanced and symmetrical
Music expressed intense feelings
Piano music was simple and easy to play
Composers only used a small range of notes
19th century music style based on folk songs, dances and legends of the composer's homeland, breaking with the influence of Italian, German and French music.
Who composed Il trovatore and La traviata, is related with nationalism and represents the peak of the Italian opera?
Who composed Tristan und Isolde and Der Ring des Nibelungen, created the "endless melody" and the leitmotiv and also is the great figure of German opera?
Carl Maria von Weber
Which instrument was invented during the Baroque period?
It means big group which involves the interplay of two groups within the ensemble, the soloist and the accompanying group.
It known as one of the highlights of a baroque music which means to flee.
He was known as the "red priest" and wrote the famous concerti "the four seasons".
What does the word Baroque mean?
Pearl of the orient
Pearl of irregular shape
What Woodwind instrument has a single reed and is made of brass?
This woodwind instrument is the smallest of the double reeds?
Which woodwind instrument is made of nickel-silver, that does not use a reed?
Which woodwind instrument is the largest?
This double reed instrument is slightly longer than the “Oboe.” What is it?
Which instrument has wooden bars you hit with mallets?
Which instrument are these?
Which instrument uses a slide to change pitches?
Name two ways you can make sounds on a stringed instrument (Pick 2 answers).
Plucking the strings
Shaking the instrument
Bowing the strings
Blowing air onto the strings
This instrument is played just like the violin, but it's a bit bigger and lower in pitch.
This stringed instrument is played sitting down and has a warm, mellow sound.
This large instrument has about 50 strings, pedals, and the player uses both hands to pluck the strings.
This instrument is part of the string AND percussion family. You have to press a key down which will cause a hammer to strike a string.
This smaller instrument has 4 strings and is played like the guitar. It's from Hawaii.
This sticky substance helps the horsehairs of the bow grab the strings. It comes from tree sap and creates a sticky powder.
This instrument came right before the keyboard
A plectrum is:
a goose feather
a device that plucks a string in the harpsicord
a keyboard instrument
which keyboard instrument is part of both the keyboard family and the wind family?
What musical which premiered in London had Lea Salonga as the original "Kim" ?
Jean Valjean, Javert, Cosette, Fantine and Eponine are the characters in what play?
The musical fantasy "Cats" is based on the poetry collection Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats. Who is the poet of these poems?
Edgar Allan Poe
What musical tells the story of a masked figure who lurks beneath the catacombs of the Paris Opera House, exercising a reign of terror over all who inhabit it?
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
The Phantom of the Opera
What is a Playbill?
A theater program (little booklet) that every patron gets that has a list of musical numbers and bios of the performers.
A movie trailer.
A tv promotion.
An African-American playwright who is known for writing A Raisin in the Sun.
Which Modern Dance Choreographer created hope fueled choreography that spread awareness of black life in America.
Which Modern Dance choreographer loved to use natural movement like skipping, running, jumping, and leaping
Ragtime mainly features this instrument:
Bottleneck Slide Guitar
The polyrhythms in jazz came from what country?
What is value?
A mark on a surface that describes a shape or an outline
A 3-dimensional object having volume and thickness.
The degree of light and dark in a design.
Refers to light that is reflected off objects and has three properties, hue, intensity and value.
What is texture?
Overlap, Shading, Placement, Size, Value and Focus, Linear Perspective
Your eye level line; the place where land and sky appear to meet.
The colors obtained by mixing a primary color and an adjacent secondary color
Refers to surface quality, either tactile or visual
What is the primary element(s) of art used in this painting by Kandinsky?
Accent, beat and duration are all subcatergories of which dance element?
Level, focus and pathway are all subcatergories of which dance element?
Attack, flow, and tension are all associated with which element of dance?
Artemis is the goddess of.....
Sun, Poetry, Music
Good Luck, Fortune
Who is the god of Prophecy, Music, and Healing; plays the lyre?
Who is the god of War; sits on a thrown of human skin?
_________ is the goddess of the harvest; sister of Zeus and mother of Persephone.
Who is the goddess of love and beauty?
Who is the god of fire ;blacksmith to the gods ?
Which god/goddess sprouted fully armed from Zeus's head; goddess of wisdom, battle strategy?
Who is the supreme god of all of the Roman god?
Several of the Roman gods share the same names as...
Which goddess is the Queen of the Roman Gods?
Which god would be most helpful when fighting in a battle?
Which god would deliver a message for you?