Answer T for True or F for False (write clearly!)
16._____ Romantic music is characterized by order, objectivity, and harmonious proportion.
17._____ Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, were members of the Parisian school
18._____ The Classical melody is singable and lyrical
19._____All Classical music-making revolved around public ticket sales
20._____During the Classical period, women did not hold court positions as musicians and teachers
21._____The Romantic Period is the golden age of chamber music
22._____The string quartet consists of 2 violins, viola, cello and basso continuo
23._____Beethoven worked under the patronage of the Esterházy court.
24._____Mozart was a child prodigy who started to write music before the age of five.
25._____The French Revolution destroyed the middle- class
26._____The Industrial Revolution spurred many technical advances in musical instruments
27._____ Classical composers used nationalistic, folkloric, and exotic subjects.
28._____ Romantic composers used richly expressive harmony, and broad, expanded forms.
29._____During the Romantic Period, women musicians excelled as performers, teachers, composers, music patrons
30._____The Lied is French for solo voice and piano
31._____Absolute instrumental music depicts a literary or pictorial association
32._____Political unrest throughout Europe stimulated schools of nationalistic composers
33._____Dates for the Classical Period are 450-1450
34._____Dates for the Romantic Period are 1750-1820
35._____The idée fixe was used by Berlioz