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The Javanese musical ensemble with drums, gongs, xylophones that has a floating, non directional quality is known as:
A new spirit known as ___ took hold in all of the arts and represented an abolishment of tradition and a quest for novelty.
none of the above
Perhaps the single most remarkable aspect of music in the twentieth century is that for the first time:
the piano became a fixture in the home.
everyone could read music.
listeners could hear music when and where they wanted to hear it.
concert tickets were affordable to the middle class.
Being able to hear music without the physical presence of performing artists and instruments__ marked a radical change in the history of music.
Radio stations first appeared during the Depression in the early 1930s.
The growing ease of telecommunication and transportation made the world of 2000 a much more confusing place than it had been in 1900.
The struggles between old and new styles are presented musically in Charles Ives` composition, _experimental music
Even the riot at the premier of Stravinsky`s _Rite of spring___ produced excellent press for the Ballets Russes, and people were enticed to attend a performance.
The __modernism_ movement represented a disregard for tradition and a quest for novelty.
eliminated elements of ornamentation and focused on smooth, clean lines.
rejected ideas of ornamentation from the Baroque period.
were trying to go for a "stream of consciousness" where it was hard to decipher exact and clear lines.
All of these.
Thomas Edison invented the cylinder disk – the first recording device – in the year _1877___.
Many talented composers and musicians were able to earn fortunes writing for a mass-market audience in the twentieth century.
Beach Boy member Brian Wilson, composed his 1960s hit, "Good Vibrations":
entirely in the studio, and only later did the band learn to perform it live.
after being inspired by hearing works by Stravinsky.
during a live concert at the Hollywood Bowl.
in just ten minutes in the recording studio.
Many composers incorporated sounds from the music of non-Western cultures in the 20th Century.
More than any other kind of music, ___instruments__ promoted racial integration for audiences and performers.
Many composers created new and entirely novel approaches to music by:
writing works without a tonal center or clear sense of meter.
using the new electronically generated sounds.
incorporating sounds from the music of non-Western cultures.
all of the above.
It was not until the 20th century that "popular" music became different than "classical" music.
The pace of musical change:
increased dramatically in the twentieth century.
began a slow decline with the onset of the twentieth century.
increased so rapidly that music was of a poor quality in the twentieth century.
was not affected by the changes in society and the world.
The 20th century was the first time that composers wrote music that was shocking to the public.
The influence of _African American_ and Latin composers and musicians became particularly pronounced during the twentieth century in all realms of music.
James, C. (2009). Evolution of Music. Music Play , 98.