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meagbuch

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A melismatic setting is __________.
 
  a) music chanted on nonsense syllables
  b) text set to one note per syllable
  c) music sung on the syllable la
  d) text set to more than one note per syllable

Question 2

Gregorian Chant is named after Pope Gregory I, who __________.
 
  a) organized a group of composers to write a new set of plainchant melodies
  b) had his name put on the first printed edition of the Gregorian Chant hymnal
  c) was said to have written the bulk of the standard chants, according to later legend
  d) wrote the harmonies and instrumental parts for all of the chants



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cuttiesgirl16

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Answer to Question 1

d

Answer to Question 2

c




meagbuch

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Reply 2 on: Jul 25, 2018
YES! Correct, THANKS for helping me on my review


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Reply 3 on: Yesterday
Excellent

 

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