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What did Romantic era composers have in common AThey all used predictable forms | Course Hero
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Question 7 of 1010.0 PointsWhat didRomanticeracomposershave in common?A.They all used predictable forms and structures.B.They all lived in Vienna, which was the hub of creativity.C.They developed unique personal styles.D.They all attended music schools as part of their training.Answer Key:CQuestion 8 of 1010.0 PointsWhat is true about musical form in the Romantic period?A.forms were flexible depending on the story or purpose
B.form became more important and structuredC.form was more important than the story or themeD.forms became much shorter than those of the Classical periodAnswer Key:AQuestion 9 of 1010.0 PointsDuring the 19th century, the population of Europe suddenly doubled. Why?A.Europeans protested government imposed taxes.B. Medical and scientific innovation prevented disease and increased overall health.C.Immigrants flooded to Europe seeking political asylum.D.More families became agrarian and settled on farms and homesteads.Answer Key:BQuestion 10 of 1010.0 Points
Which composer was one of Beethoven’s teachers when he lived in Vienna?A.LisztB.BerliozC.HaydnD.MozartAnswer Key:C